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University of Texas takes over Edinburg Baseball Stadium; will pro baseball return?

The University of Texas System is taking over Edinburg Baseball Stadium for use by UT-Pan American and UT-Rio Grande Valley, but it’s far from clear whether pro baseball will return to the facility. For many years Edinburg Baseball Stadium hosted the Edinburg Roadrunners (independent; United League Baseball), one of the more successful teams in the […]

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Mississippi State unveils $40M Dudy Noble Field plan

Dudy Noble Field would be remade under a $40-million rebuilding plan unveiled by Mississippi State officials. The Jackson, Miss., design team of Wier Boerner Allin Architecture and national sports-architecture design firm Populous, in consultation with MSU alum Janet Marie Smith, has produced the proposed Dudy Noble Field Master Plan concept. Populous has designed 20 of […]

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A most unique ballpark proposal in Gastonia

We don’t normally cover ballpark proposals, mostly because there’s so dang many of them, but this one is worth noting: Jesse Cole of Team Cole proposing to Gastonia Grizzlies (summer collegiate; Coastal Plain League) Director of Fun Emily McDonald. Jesse Cole, of course, heads the firm that manages the Grizzlies and the Forest City Owls […]

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Florence lands 2015 CPL All-Star Game

The Florence RedWolves will host 2015 Coastal Plain League All-Star Game festivities on July 12-13 at Cormell Field at Sparrow Stadium on the campus of Francis Marion University. “It is with great pleasure that we award the 2015 Coastal Plain League All-Star Game to the Florence RedWolves,” said CPL Commissioner Justin Sellers via press release […]

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Futures League sets attendance record

Good news for the summer-collegiate Futures Collegiate Baseball League: with the addition of a tenth team, the circuit has already set a total attendance record with two weeks to go in the season. This is the fourth season for the Futures League, which launched in 2011 with only four teams: Nashua, Martha’s Vineyard, Torrington and […]

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