No games yet, but you can check out the most-recent drone footage of the Dodger Stadium renovations on YouTube, courtesy of John Kay. Read more here.
Tag Archives: Renovations
Drone Footage of Dodger Stadium Renovations
Filed under Design & Construction, Stadium Issues
Tampa Yankess Announce $40 Million in Renovations for George M. Steinbrenner Field
PRESS RELEASE – From the new Loge Boxes and shaded Cabanas, to the construction of a two-story gift shop, George M. Steinbrenner Field is evolving and changing the way fans will experience Tampa Yankees games and Spring Training games. The $40 million renovation project began in August and is expected to continue until pitchers and catchers report in February. Continue reading
Indians Announce Next Round of Progressive Renovations
A new club behind home plate on Progressive Field’s main level highlights the second phase of renovations to the ballpark, the Indians announced Wednesday. Read more here. View renderings here. Read more here from MLB.com reporter Jordan Bastian.
Tribe President: Ballpark Renovations Bolstering Attendance
Despite holding the second-worst record in Major League Baseball, attendance for the Cleveland Indians is up by 10 percent over last year, thanks to recent Progressive Field renovations, so says Tribe president Mark Shapiro. Read more here.
Filed under Amenities & Features, Rankings & Attendance
Indians Unveil Renderings of Progressive Field Improvements
As a follow up to our post Thursday about the renovations coming to Progressive Field, the Cleveland Indians have unveiled renderings of the project. View renderings gallery here. Read more and watch videos here and here.
Cubs Positioning Self Against Rooftop Owners
The Chicago Cubs released a revised plan for Wrigley Field’s renovation Tuesday that calls for new signs, including some that would block the view from nearby rooftop venues, and warn that the team’s management would consider moving to another site if they are not allowed to control their ballpark. Read more here. Watch video from Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts. Go to WrigleyField.com.