PRESS RELEASE – Bridgeport Bluefish general manager Ken Shepard has officially requested that Peyton Manning call out and use “Bridgeport” as an audible during Super Bowl XLVIII this Sunday. Manning’s “Omaha” play call has been receiving much attention, fueling speculation of its meaning. Continue reading
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It’s now on to TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha (NE), as the following eight teams have advanced to the College World Series championship bracket: Florida, South Carolina, Kent State, Arkansas, UCLA, Stony Brook, Arizona, Florida State. Play begins June 15. View and print bracket here. Get more information here about attending the CWS.
The two new baseball stadiums in the Omaha (NE) metro had successful inaugural seasons in 2011. Now the operators of TD Ameritrade Park, home of the College World Series in downtown Omaha, and Werner Park, home of the Triple-A Omaha Storm Chasers (Pacific Coast League) in nearby Sarpy County, must focus on maintaining that momentum going into 2012. Read more here.
Omaha (NE)-based DLR Group Architecture and Engineering is suing the Ramapo (NY) Local Development Corporation for $62,061 stilled owed to the firm for designing the new ballpark for the indy pro Rockland Boulders (Can-Am League). Nearly$1.5 million has already been paid on the contract. According to RLDC Executive Director Aaron Troodler, “There were a number of issues relating to the design Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Metropolitan Entertainment & Convention Authority and Live Nation have come together to announce the new Red Sky Music Festival bringing top entertainment and breakout artists to Omaha each July. The outdoor festival, produced by Live Nation, will feature all genres of artists, on three stages in Downtown Omaha, for six consecutive days each Continue reading
Officials with the Metropolitan Entertainment and Convention Authority in Omaha (NE) continue to have talks with indy pro league investors to bring a team to TD Ameritrade Park, the new downtown home for the College World Series. The Northern League appeared to be the frontrunner until the wheels came off the circuit a few weeks ago when four teams jumped to the American Association. Continue reading