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The Year That Was: 2010

Ballpark DigestIt was a year that saw many teams struggling on the financial front, the emergence of a truly great ballpark in downtown Minneapolis, some recognition of true notables in front offices, and some potentally great markets entering the baseball world. Here are the top stories of 2010 on Ballpark Digest, as meaured by page views.

Ballpark Visit: Target Field / Minnesota Twins

Cleveland to unveil Snow Days at Progressive Field

Affiliate Dance: 2012

Twins take possession of Target Field

Executives of the Year: Dannemiller, Kern, Venuto

Portland Bevos update: Tucson-bound?

Phillies, West Chester agree on new ballpark

2010 Affiliated Attendance by League

The Corn Crib / Normal Cornbelters

The ten stupid things new team owners do

It’s official: North American League unveiled

Eugene School Board puts Civic Stadium on the market

Bevos to Tucson for 2011

Renovation of the Year: Metro Bank Park

Logo of the Year: Richmond Flying Squirrels

2010 Affiliated Attendance by Total

O-Royals unveil ballpark models, details

First look: New Sugar Land ballpark

Lake County Captains unveil logo overhaul

2010 Baseball Attendance by Average

Richmond, Flying Squirrels moving toward new ballpark at Diamond site

Indy realignment: Two scenarios

Ballpark of the Year: Target Field

Metro Bank Park / Harrisburg Senators

New Loudoun County team to announce name, logo Sept. 21

After more than a decade of canned tunes, Astros bring back organist

First look: Proposed St. Paul Saints ballpark

It’s official: NECBL to place team at Old Orchard Beach Ballpark

First look: Proposed Orlando ballpark

Could we see casualty of affiliate dance in Cal League? Dodgers eying Rancho

It’s official: Four teams defect from NoL to AA

Seven teams leave NYCBL, form Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League

Oakland may be in better financial shape to host new A’s ballpark

New ballpark pitched in Ramapo for Can-Am team

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