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The Week That Was: September 25

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Here are the most popular stories on Ballpark Digest for the past week, as measured by page views. It was a week of hope for new ballparks in West Chester, Loudoun County, Birmingham and Escondido; it was also a week where teams made preparations for the 2011 season by finding new or renewed affiliates.

Phillies, West Chester agree on new ballpark

Phillies: Not so fast on the new West Chester ballpark

New for 2012: The Loudoun Hounds

Fresno Grizzlies clean house

Birmingham City Council: We support ballpark tax, but we want team first

Escondido to begin ballpark process this week

Kane County switches affiliation to Royals

Cleveland to unveil Snow Days at Progressive Field

Rochester probably will run MuckDogs in '11; team on the block

2010 Baseball Attendance by Average

After voter rebuke of public funding, Ramapo looks to private sector

Nats switch short-season affiliate to Auburn

JackHammers owe $200K in back rent, bounced check to Famous Chicken

Smith stepping down as Scrappers GM; Taylor promoted

Summer-collegiate ball coming to Old Orchard Ballpark

RedHawks, Astros new partners

Burlington squared: Oakland signs PDCs with Bees, Lake Monsters

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