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The Week That Was: Nov. 11-16, 2013

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A surprise decision on a new Atlanta Braves ballpark, the debut of a Richmond ballpark plan, and the sale of the Memphis Redbirds made headlines. The top stories on Ballpark Digest this past week, as measured by page views.

Braves to leave Turner Field, will build new Cobb County ballpark
Turner Field to be torn down in 2017
Squirrels ballpark plan includes hotel, apartments, grocery
Braves to pay $372M toward new ballpark, Cobb County $300M
Cardinals to buy Redbirds, city to buy AutoZone Park
Nashville contribution to new Sounds ballpark development: $65M
Futures of Terre Haute, Cooperstown teams in play
Diablos owners pitch Joplin on ballpark improvements
New for 2014: Great Plains League
Selig: I'll let Rays ballpark talks unfold on their own
Personnel moves in Reading, Potomac
Flying Squirrels lease: $1.7M annually; naming rights could lower than number
Proposed Colorado Springs Sky Sox ballpark sidelined
New for 2014: Kalamazoo Growlers
Sea Dogs unveil new videoboards, Hadlock Field signage
Expanded instant replay approved for 2014
Knights games on ESPN Radio 730 AM in 2014

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