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The Week That Was: January 30

Ballpark DigestBallpark intrigue in the Bay Area, beer dispensers of tomorrow and news about the Tucson Padres (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) all made headlines this week, as the baseball world ramps up for the 2011 season on both the college and pro ranks. Here are the most popular stories on Ballpark Digest for the past week, as measured by page views.

Tucson Padres logo unveiled

Could Oakland bar A’s from moving?

Cal budget issues could alter San Jose, Oakland plans for A’s ballpark

The beer dispenser of tomorrow?

SEC tourney site selection goes down to the wire

Metrodome out for the count; Gophers working on backup plan

Harper slated to begin season in Hagerstown

Cal baseball enters final season — mayb

Lawsuit filed to prevent new Ramapo ballpark

Capitals owners: NAL is nice, but we really want PCL ball

New for 2011: Whitaker Bank Ballpark

New-ballpark dream lives on in Beloit

Flyers tax woes date back to August

Twins relocating trees behind center field at Target Field

Gates new GM in Bowling Green

River Bandits unveil 2011 Midwest League All-Star Game logo

Wilpons explore selling minority chunk of Mets

Double-A team exploring move to Baton Rouge area

Pecos League set at six for ’11

Bottom-shelf-booze magnate making play for Mets?

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