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Meet Julie Snow, Saints ballpark architect

The St. Paul Saints (independent; American Association) are going with an interesting design team for their new Lowertown ballpark, with local architect Julie Snow designing the public spaces in the facility. Finance and Commerce interviewed Snow, whose background is not in sports architecture, but rather in design services of all sorts, including architecture, interior design […]

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Levy lands Saints ballpark concessions deal

When the St. Paul Saints (independent; American Association) open a new Lowertown ballpark in 2015, they’ll have a new dining and hospitality partner: Levy Restaurants. “Providing a wonderful experience for our fans and sponsors is our number one priority,” said Saints Executive Vice President/General Manager Derek Sharrer. “The partnership with Levy Restaurants will enhance the […]

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St. Paul Saints unveil new ballpark renderings

Seeking to blunt criticism that a proposed ballpark design was too modern for the historic Lowertown area, the St. Paul Saints (independent; American Association) unveiled new renderings downplaying its impact on the area. Indeed, the three renderings all had the same message: the low-slung ballpark would provide plenty of views of its surroundings, ranging from […]

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2013 Promotions of the Year: Lehigh Valley IronPigs

Normally we select a single promotion to honor during awards season, but this year the Lehigh Valley IronPigs blew that model out of the water with a trio of noteworthy promotions. The team is the winner of the Best Promotions in the 2013 Ballpark Digest Annual Awards. “As we reviewed submissions for best promotions in […]

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The Week That Was: Sept. 1-6, 2013

Lease negotiations in Anaheim, a potential extension of pro ball in Tucson, attendance records going by the wayside, and more. The top stories this week on Ballpark Digest, as measured by page views. Angels casually threaten move during lease negotiationsMountainStar Sports Group extends Kino Stadium leaseBrown leaving River Bandits, Modern Woodmen ParkAliens take in Canadians […]

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Doing the Harlem Shake in St. Paul

You don’t see this too often: Check out this video of St. Paul Saints and Sioux City Explorers players combining on the Harlem Shake during yesterday’s season ender at Midway Stadium. The independent American Association teams combined to perform the popular dance at the end of the second inning. Nothing profound; just fun. —- Share […]

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