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Proposed Colorado Springs Sky Sox ballpark sidelined

City officials have removed a new downtown Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) from an application for state funding, keeping the team at Security Service Field. The application to the Colorado Economic Development Commission requested funding for a new Sky Sox ballpark — a development not necessarily embraced by Sky Sox ownership […]

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Proposed Colorado Springs ballpark in trouble?

A tepid response from Colorado Economic Development Commission officials on state funding of a new Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) ballpark s raising issues about the proposal’s future. As you’ll recall, the city’s requested $82 million in sales-tax incentives from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade to help […]

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Mayor requests state aid for new downtown Colorado Springs ballpark

Colorado Springs Mayor Steve Bach is asking the state for $82 million in sales-tax incentives to help fund a variety of projects, including a new $60.7 million ballpark for the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League). The application, filed yesterday with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, would be […]

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Sky Sox, Keys hit attendance marks

The Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) and the Frederick Keys (High Class A; Carolina League) both hit attendance milestones over the weekend. On Sunday, the Sky Sox welcomed 10-year-old Granger Kinne of Divide, CO through the front gates of Security Service Field as the six-millionth fan to attend a regular season […]

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Rox dissatisfied with Sox?

In announcing the team would buy a new humidor for Security Service Field, Colorado Rockies GM Dan O’Dowd expressed frustration with the playing conditions in Colorado Springs. Could a new affiliation come down the road? There’s no doubt the conditions are a little rough at the home of the Colorado Spring Sky Sox (Class AAA; […]

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