PRESS RELEASE – The St. Louis Cardinals, The Cordish Companies and PBR (Professional Bull Riders, Inc.) announced today that PBR St. Louis will expand and add a new component to their brand with The Barn at PBR St. Louis, opening at Ballpark Village this Spring. Continue reading
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Live Music Venue ‘The Barn’ to Join PBR St. Louis in Ballpark Village
Bank Files Lawsuit to Recover $4.6 Million in Loans Used to Build Campbell’s Field
Citing missed payments, a bank that helped finance the development of Campbell’s Field, home of the indy pro Camden Riversharks (Atlantic League), is suing to recover $4.6 million in loans. CFDA Baseball Property Inc., which took out the loans, and the Riversharks ownership group, the guarantor of the loans, have been named in the suit. Read more here and here. Thanks to John Cerone for the links.
Filed under Design & Construction, Legal, Money & Financials, Stadium Issues
Kosher Hot Dog Vendor Loses Suit Against Mets
A judge tossed out a contract-based lawsuit last week brought by Kosher Sports, Inc. (KCI) against the New York Mets for prohibiting them from selling kosher hot dogs and other items from four different carts on Friday nights and Saturdays — the Jewish Sabbath. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the story.
Filed under Food & Beverage, Legal
Yount, Uecker Team Up to Bring ‘Lakeshore Chinooks’ to Mequon (WI)
Milwaukee Brewers Hall of Famer Robin Yount and Brewers announcer Bob “Mr. Baseball” Uecker have joined with majority owner Jim Kacmarcik and nine others to launch the summer collegiate Northwoods League’s expansion Lakeshore Chinooks. The team will begin play next season at a new $3.4 million Kapco Park on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon (WI). Continue reading
Mallards to Plant a Tree Every Time a Bat is Broken in 2011
PRESS RELEASE – The Madison Mallards have announced the start of season-long promotion with Barnes, Inc. and the City of Madison Parks Department to plant a tree in a CityPark every time the Mallards break a wooden bat at home during the 2011 season. Continue reading
Filed under Community & Giving
Old Driller Stadium Gets New Life
The Tulsa County Public Facilities Authority at Expo Square approved a one-year lease of old Driller Stadium, former home for the Double-A Tulsa Drillers, to RBI, Inc. for a training and and holding baseball tournaments. RBI will pay $5,000 per month to use the facility. Read more here. View news clip here.
Filed under Lease & Contracts, Stadium Issues
Maui Under New Ownership
It was announced on Saturday that the Golden Baseball League’s Na Koa Ikaika Maui baseball team has been acquired by Hawaii Baseball, LLC, an ownership group made of Harris Tulchin, Leroy Pettigrew, and Bob Young. The three investors also own an interest in the league’s Orange County Flyers. The Maui team was launched last year and owned by Xcellence in Entertainment (XnE) led by Continue reading
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