Top Menu

Tag Archives | loudoun hounds

The Week That Was: June 3

Retro bullpen carts, NCAA tournament baseball and ballpark delays all made news this week. The top stories on Ballpark Digest for the past week, as measured by page views. Retro bullpen cart a hit in Sugar Land Wolff meets with Knauss, has clear message: A’s not for sale NCAA baseball tourney field announced Marlins, county […]

Continue Reading

New Loudoun County ballpark delayed

A new ballpark for the Loudoun Hounds (independent; Atlantic League) is on hold while issues related to access are being resolved, with 2014 now eyed as an opening date. Here’s the statement from the Hounds’ Bob Farren via the team’s Website: With the fact that construction of the road system cannot begin for several more […]

Continue Reading

P-Nats expand ballpark search area

The search for a new Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) ballpark is expanding to Loudoun County and Fairfax County, as owner Art Silber seeks a site on either I-95 or I-66. That’s not to say the ballpark won’t be in Prince William County, where Pfitzner Stadium, the team’s current home, is located and […]

Continue Reading

Hounds add Hondo as team ambassador

The Loudoun Hounds (independent; Atlantic League) added former Washington Senator Frank Howard to the team’s front office as a corporate adviser and ambassador, as the team preps for a 2012 debut — somewhere. Howard’s duties will include public and media appearances on behalf of the Hounds, as well as offering his accumulated wisdom toward bringing […]

Continue Reading

New for 2012: The Loudoun Hounds

The name of the new independent Atlantic League team in Loudoun County, Virginia, has a name and a logo: The Loudoun Hounds. The team name and logo reflects the equestrian traditions intrinsic in the history of Loudoun County and the wider region.  “Today, I am proud to unleash the Hounds,” announced Bob Farren, President and […]

Continue Reading