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New ballpark feasible for Columbia: study

Columbia (S.C.) is the second-largest U.S. market without pro sports and could support a return of Minor League Baseball, but questions remain about a funding source for a proposed $41.8-million ballpark. A report prepared by Brailsford & Dunlavey indicates the market is robust enough to support minor-league baseball, despite some potential competition with the USC […]

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Fredericksburg touted as ideal for professional baseball

As was expected by virtually everyone in the process: Fredericksburg (Va.) was touted as being “ideal” for professional baseball by consulting firm Brailsford & Dunlavey. The report from Brailsford & Dunlavey, which you can view here, cites a dense population and a strong demographic profile as two measures of potential success for a professional baseball […]

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Fredericksburg to receive ballpark feasibility study Monday

Fredericksburg (Va.) officials will receive a report from consulting firm Brailsford & Dunlavey on the feasibility of a new $25-million ballpark for professional baseball on Monday. The report will be presented to the city’s Economic Development Authority, which authorized $18,000 for the study. In the meantime, the city has been exploring ways to finance a new […]

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Neumann leaves Mandalay, joins Brailsford & Dunlavey

Rich Neumann, who was President, Baseball Development at Mandalay Baseball Properties, has joined consulting firm Brailsford & Dunlavey as Vice President for major accounts. Neumann spearheaded Mandalay’s efforts to develop new markets, Most recently he was often in the news for working on a new-ballpark plan for Wilmington (N.C.) — an effort resounding rejected by […]

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