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The week that was: Dec. 13

This week’s big news was mostly bad, as ballparks and ballpark developments in Minnesota and San Francisco are delayed. Meanwhile, in Illinois, a proposed Frontier League ballpark received provisional approval, and uninformed sportswriters discuss the prospects of MLB in Las Vegas.This week’s big news was mostly bad, as ballparks and ballpark developments in Minnesota and […]

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The week that was: Dec. 6

The top news stories of the week: Comings and goings in Altoona; new marks; changes in Oakland ballpark plans.Here are the top stories on Ballpark Digest, as measured by page views, for the week of Dec. 1-6, 2008: New for 2009: The Winston-Salem Dash Lozinak family goes full circle, buys back Curve Atlantic League eyes […]

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Wolff new GM in Elmira

Hoffman Wolff returns to the summer-collegiate New York Collegiate Baseball League.Hoffman Wolff is the new general manager of the Elmira Pioneers (summer collegiate; New York Collegiate Baseball League). Wolff will oversee all aspects of the club’s marketing, promotions and game-day operations. Wolff arrives in Elmira after spending the 2008 season as the director of operations […]

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Ballpark Notes: Oct. 24

The Wenatchee AppleSox (summer collegiate; WCCBL) unveil a commemorative logo.The Wenatchee AppleSox (summer collegiate; WCCBL) introduced a commemorative logo in celebration of their upcoming 10th season anniversary. The logo was designed by Matt Nystrom and will be used as a jersey patch for the teams’ new uniforms for the 2009 season. It will also appear […]

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Ballpark Notes: Oct. 22

The Gwinnett Braves name an ad agency of record, the Schaumburg Flyers approach a million dollars in charitable contributions, and Chris Browne is named new GM of the Kansas City T-Bones.The Gwinnett Braves (Class AAA; International League) announced the team’s partnership with Adreka Advertising Agency for its inaugural season. As the Agency of Record for […]

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