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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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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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Fredericksburg to study financial feasibility of new ballpark

The city of Fredericksburg (Va.) will spend $18,000 on a ballpark feasibility study, as officials continue to explore the possibility of a $25-million baseball project. Yesterday the city’s Economic Development Authority authorized the study. If a study determines the community can support a new ballpark, the next steps will be to come up with a […]

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