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The Week That Was: April 10

Ballpark DigestThe preservation of a historic playing field, franchise shifts and sales in the independent-baseball ranks, a San Francisco ballpark visit, and some bad news from Clark and Addison were the biggest stories this week. A look at the top stories on Ballpark Digest this week, as measured by page views.

Giants fan severely beaten in Dodger Stadium parking lot; suspects sought

Volunteers maintaining Tiger Stadium field

Riverhawks leave NAL; new Riverhawks enter Frontier League

Altoona Curve introduce reversible rally cap

AT&T Park / San Francisco Giants

Cubs notch lowest attendance since 2002

Never mind the magnet — here’s the refrigerator

SIB buys Grand Prairie Airhogs

Ottawa: Ballpark should be converted to concert venue

Rainiers ownership change finalized

Texas teams, NAL playing separate schedules?

Marlins still working on a naming-rights deal for new ballpark

Judge: Ramapo ballpark construction will continue

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