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New Marshall U ballpark closer to reality

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Marshall UniversityA new 2,500-seat ballpark for Marshall University would anchor a $50-million development in Huntington, W.V., as the state's economic-development authority authorizes additional bonding for the project.
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Big East/Big Ten tourney expands, contracts

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NCAAThe annual Big East/Big Ten Challenge will be scaled back to 24 games in 2011 but will be played at a wider variety of venues, including Bright House Field and Dunedin Stadium.
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Border Cats to return in 2011; no promises after that

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Port Arthur Stadium

The Thunder Bay Border Cats (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) will be returning to Port Arthur Stadium for the 2011 season, but fans must turn out for games if the team's long-term survival is to be assured, according to owner Brad Jorgenson.

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Owner: New Bullfrogs ballpark needs public investment

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New Green Bay ballpark

Green Bay Bullfrogs (summer collegiate; Northwoods League) owner Jeff Royle says his proposed $20-million downtown ballpark needs public assistance, as the public sector is shying away from lending him money for the project.

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Warner Park renovations approved

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Madison MallardsWarner Park, the home of the Madison Mallards (summer collegiate; Northwoods League), will be improved before the 2011 season with new bleachers, a new grandstand and more under a plan approved by the city's Board of Estimates yesterday.
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