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The Week That Was: July 15

Ballpark DigestTampa Bay attendance woes, MLB TV contracts, a new El Paso ballpark and spring training made news this week. The most popular stories of the past seven days on Ballpark Digest, as measured by page views.

Selig: Rays attendance is “inexcusable”

NBC vying for piece of MLB media-rights pie?

El Paso: Let’s sell Cohen Stadium to Tigua tribe

Pacific Coast League expected to decide El Paso bid for baseball this week

Sacramento: Forget NBA, let’s woo MLB

Where retro began: 25 years of Coca-Cola Field

Crain new prez/GM of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees

Cubs, Mesa break ground on new spring-training facility

Aces to play what-if, taking field as Ghost Riders

Twins, Lee County negotiating over player dorms, naming rights at spring-training complex

Blue Jays looking east for new Triple-A farm team?

Fenway Park added to National Register of Historic Places

Coach barred from Cal League dugouts for unusual game strategy

Twins waiting for word on 2014 All-Star Game

Demolition ending on SWB ballpark; next up is construction

New Canadian pro league forming?

Midseason at Albert Park: How is the NAL doing?

Window on the past: When the PCL shot for the majors

Wilmington ballpark to go before voters this fall

River Bandits welcome 7 millionth fan


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