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Skeeters to launch Constellation Field tonight

Peter Kirk tells us Constellation Field is the most spectacular ballpark he’s opened, and we’re guessing Sugar Land Skeeters (independent; Atlantic League) fans will concur at tonight’s opening. Kirk is an expert at new-ballpark openings: he’s launched 15 over the years, both in affiliated ball and independent ball. In recent years there’s been a certain […]

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Tigers upgrading Comerica Park videoboard for 2012

The Detroit Tigers are spending a lot of money this offseason: Besides signing Prince Fielder, the team is also spending millions on one of the largest high-definition LED video displays in Major League Baseball. Incorporated into the existing left-field structure, Daktronics will install a new state-of-the-art light emitting diode (LED) video display. Measuring approximately 48 […]

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Redbirds sprucing up AutoZone Park for 2011

The Memphis Redbirds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) have installed several upgrades to AutoZone Park for the 2011 season, adding a picnic terrace to right field and upgrading concessions with credit-card-enabled points of sale. The most dramatic change at AutoZone Park: the last three section of the right-field seating area were removed, replaced by a […]

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Old Fenway Park scoreboard to be featured at new BoSox camp

A manual scoreboard previously used in Fenway Park will be installed at the new Boston Red Sox spring-training ballpark in Fort Myers, Florida — if it can be located. The 15-by-60-foot manual scoreboard was removed in 2001 and shipped to Counterpart, Inc., for renovations. That firm says it doesn’t have the scoreboard, though; presumably architect […]

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