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Hagerstown owner: We’d meet with Fredericksburg about new ballpark

With work on a new ballpark stalled, Hagerstown Suns (Low Class A; Sally League) owner Bruce Quinn says he’d be willing to talk about facilities with Fredericksburg (Va.) officials. This week Fredericksburg’s Economic Development Authority authorized a study as to the feasibility of a new minor-league ballpark in the central Virginia city, located halfway between […]

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Winchester rejects ballpark; Suns to discuss Municipal Stadium lease extension

With the Winchester (Va.) City Council walking away from a new ballpark deal for the Hagerstown Suns (Low Class A; Sally League), the team will explore its options staying in Hagerstown. Those options include a two-year lease extension for Municipal Stadium, the team’s current home, as well as discussions about a new downtown ballpark. Winchester, […]

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Suns: Nationals forcing us to move from Hagerstown

The Hagerstown Suns (Low Class A; Sally League) say they’re leaving Municipal Stadium because of pressure from parent Washington Nationals; meanwhile, Winchester residents aren’t thrilled about new-ballpark plans. While it’s been no secret the Suns have been in play for several months now, majority owner Bruce Quinn says his group needs a new home for […]

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Hagerstown Suns in play

If extensive improvements aren’t funded at Municipal Stadium, it looks like the Hagerstown Suns (Low Class A; Sally League) will end up moving — but a final destination is far from set. The Suns ownership, virtually since taking over the team, has been lobbying for improvements to the ballpark. Indeed, a $10-million improvement plan for […]

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