It could take up to a year to fix the heating and cooling system at Impact Field, home of the Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association), after a settlement was reached with the subcontractor who installed the HVAC system in the $63-million, 6,300-seat ballpark in Rosemont (IL) that opened in May 2018. Read more here.
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Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com recently visited the new Impact Field, home of the first-year Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association). We provided a link to Mock’s initial photos right after the visit, and we are pleased to report that the full review has now been posted. Read full review and see photos here.
Joe Mock from BaseballParks.com visited the new Impact Field, home of the first-year Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association, over Memorial Day weekend. While we expect a full report soon from Mr. Mock, you can view a few photos here.
— Joe Mock (@baseballparks) May 27, 2018
There is now professional baseball in Rosemont (IL), courtesy of the Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association). The team’s inaugural home opener at the new $60 million Impact Field stadium was Friday night in front of a crowd of 6,317. Read more and view photo gallery here. Watch news report here.
The Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association) baseball team officially unveiled its home and away uniforms for its inaugural season. The uniforms feature the blue color and red stars of Chicago’s flag, with the team’s hot dog-inspired logo. Read more here. Watch news report here.
Roger Bossard, the head Chicago White Sox groundskeeper who’s become known as “The Sodfather,” helped lay down the first pieces of sod Tuesday at the new Chicago Dogs (Independent Professional, American Association) stadium under construction in Rosemont (IL). Read more and watch video here.
The planned Rosemont (IL) minor league baseball franchise expected to play ball next year has hired Professional Sports Catering LLC as its as its food and beverage vendor. Read more here.
When Rosemont’s (IL) new $60 million, 6,300-seat baseball stadium opens a year from now, the only thing minor league about it might be the team on the field and ticket prices. So say the two investors behind the still-unnamed American Association (Independent Professional) franchise, which is expected to begin play in May 2018. Read more and view rendering here.
Legendary baseball promoter Mike Veeck joined WGN Radio’s Dave Hoekstra to talk all things on and off the ball field, including the 25th anniversary of the St. Paul Saints (Independent Professional, American Association) and the possibility of bringing professional baseball and “Fun Is Good” to Rosemont (IL). Read more and listen here.
Construction is underway on the new Rosemont (IL) minor league baseball stadium and mixed-use “Pearl District” on each side of Balmoral Avenue just west of the Tri-State Tollway (I-294). Read more here.
A minor league baseball team and a brand new ballpark are coming to Rosemont. Village officials announced Wednesday morning that the board of trustees approved funding for a new $55 million, 6,300-seat stadium near O’Hare airport. The new stadium will host a franchise from the American Association (Independent Professional). Read more here.
Construction could begin in the next 60 days on a $55-million, 6,300-seat minor league baseball stadium in Rosemont (IL) that is expected to become home to a new team in the American Association of Independent Professional Baseball. Read more here.
Under plans revealed Tuesday by Rosemont (IL) Mayor Brad Stephens, a new American Association baseball franchise would take up residence at proposed $50-$60 million, 7,000-seat baseball stadium in 2018. The preliminary site plan was developed by Minneapolis-based Snow Kreilich Architects, which designed CHS Field, home of the league’s St. Paul Saints. Read more here.