The Hillsboro Hops (short season A; Northwest League) unveiled their new uniforms today, as work continues on the team’s new home.
Pretty much what you’d expect from the logo design.
The ballpark construction is in the final stages: the turf and seating are in, and the lights were tested for the first time this week. Here’s a photo of the synthetic turf being installed:
The new $15.2-million ballpark is slated to open June 17, hosting the former Yakima Bears.
Images courtesy of the Hillsboro Hops.
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