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The Week That Was: July 29

Ballpark DigestThe sad demise of the London Rippers, ballpark changes for 2013 and potential ballpark deals in Hagerstown and Oakland. The most popular stories on Ballpark Digest this past week, as measured by page views.

Developer: I can build new A’s ballpark with private financing

Rippers pull out of Frontier League; to be replaced by road team

Boston Rob ready for Yankee challenges

McKechnie Field upgrades set for 2013

Success on the field equals the best year ever at box office for Rangers

No beer here: the sad history of the London Rippers

Hagerstown mayor: We’re close to long-term lease with Suns

In memoriam: Louise Nippert

Giants expected to re-up with Augusta — but with hesitations

Whose ballpark roof is open the most? Seattle

Organizers to make another run for baseball in 2020 Olympics

Visiting Edenton’s Hicks Field

New Tiger Stadium site plan emerging: parades and baseball

In memoriam: Bob Blum

Opposition to El Paso ballpark surfaces

AT&T Park, Marlins Park, Phoenix to hold 2013 WBC games

Vi Ripken kidnapped, released

Mayor pitches Bowman Field as home to hockey team

Acquiring Ichiro brilliant financial move for Yankees

Rosenblatt Stadium demolition begins today

Tkachuk: I’ll fund American Association team on my own


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