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Sports Venue Construction Slowed By COVID-19

Mixed bag on arena/stadium construction.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5QMQhbOVBw The COVID-19 outbreak has not only...

Worcester, Massachusetts May Be Getting The Most Expensive Minor League Baseball...

A million here, a million there and it starts to add up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LfAWY6Brlw
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Minor League Soccer Will Replace Minor League Baseball In Pawtucket, RI

Minor League Soccer could jump into abandoned Minor League Baseball cities.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q5NdXiHX-8
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Shreveport’s Once State-Of-The-Art Baseball Park Faces Demolition

Venues age quickly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sfeh1PMX3vk Once upon a time, the minor league baseball...

Louisville Takes Care Of Stadium Upgrades For Triple A Baseball Team

Louisville is safe at home. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoYMud9qPYk The city of Louisville is taking...
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Keep An Eye On The MLB-MiLB Player Development Contract Negotiations

1994 Redux? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPFSlmLueHc It is no secret that the Major League Baseball...

Replacing The PawSox In Pawtucket After 2020

What to do in Pawtucket? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqX7yL5RGnQ Triple A Baseball’s International League...
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Minor League Baseball Operators Continue To Score Public Money

November was a good month for a couple of Minor League Baseball operators. The owner of the Binghamton, New York Double A Rumble Ponies, John Hughes, got five million dollars from New York State and the city of Binghamton, which is a depressed area, to renovate the Rumble Ponies stadium.

Minor League Baseball Stadiums As Economic Engines

Worcester, Massachusetts and Wichita, Kansas stepped into the stadium game and ended up with Triple A Minor League Baseball teams moving into those cities by 2021.

Lowell Spinners Owners Want Some Massachusetts Money

The ink was not even dry on the preliminary deal that Worcester, Massachusetts officials and the owners of Minor League Baseball’s Triple A International League Pawtucket Red Sox signed to bring the minor league team to Worcester when the owners of Minor League Baseball’s Lowell Spinners said how about us.