During the 1982 season, the Green Bay Packers played more games in Milwaukee than they did in Green Bay. You could look it up.
They don’t yet own the land, but the Oakland A’s now have their design lineup to start the planning efforts on how to fit a ballpark between Lake Merritt and an elevated freeway.
As football at Fenway Park becomes a more annual occurrence, could UMass also become a more regular playing partner? It’s certainly possible, according to Fenway Sports Management Managing Director Mark Lev.
Back in the day, before the video boards or the LED boards or the lights or the bleachers, Wrigley Field was a ballpark that could expand and contract at a moment’s notice.