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Zephyrs Select New Hospitality Firm for Zephyr Field

New Orleans Zephyrs Alternative LogoCenterplate Secondary Logo LargePRESS RELEASE – The New Orleans Zephyrs, Triple-A Affiliate of the Miami Marlins, today announced the selection of leading event hospitality firm Centerplate to serve as the food and beverage provider to fans at Zephyrs Field, just in time for the kickoff of the first annual Catholic League Football Series at the ballpark this Friday, September 23. Continue reading

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Zephyrs Agree to Five-Year Lease Extension

New Orleans Zephyrs LogoPRESS RELEASE – The New Orleans Zephyrs have reached an agreement with the State of Louisiana on a new lease for Zephyr Field. Continue reading

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Ballpark Visit ALERT: Zephyr Field (New Orleans, LA)

New Orleans Zephyrs LogoMLB.com reporter Benjamin Hill recently visited Zephyr Field, home of the New Orleans Zephyrs (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League).  Read more and view photos in a three-part series here, here and here.

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SBJ Talks with Ballpark Architect Martin Dinitto, Zephr Field on Deck

New Orleans Zephyrs Alternative LogoThe Sports Business Journal talks with ballpark architect Martin Dinitto from Ballpark Design Associates about his work designing minor league baseball stadiums, as he turns his attention to upgrades for Zephyr Field, home of the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs.  Dinitto spent 24 years working for Populous and HNTB before starting his own firm in 2010.  Read more here.

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Multi-Million Dollar Facelift Being Planned for Zephyr Field

New Orleans Zephyrs Alternative LogoPRESS RELEASE – The New Orleans Zephyrs, in collaboration with the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District (LSED), have implemented the development of a multi-million dollar facility enhancement plan for Zephyr Field. Continue reading

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