The city of St. Petersburg has released the results of its Tropicana Field Site Request for Proposal — a call for private developers to submit plans to redevelop the 86 acres that include the Rays leased stadium.
Opening Day at Oracle Park isn’t scheduled to take place until April, but the San Francisco Giants have already developed plans to reopen the ballpark to the general public when it’s safe to do so.
Along with the year 2020, an era ended in Milwaukee as Miller Park gave way to American Family Field. The change, first announced in January 2019, ends a two-decade naming-rights agreement between the Milwaukee Brewers and Miller Brewing Co.
The Blue Jays are reportedly getting a new home. Rogers Communications, the company that owns the team and the building where the Jays have played since 1989, plans to demolish the retractable-roof stadium and construct a new park on the site as part of a larger development plan in downtown Toronto
Every day last week, about 20 Texas Rangers employees fanned out to different parts of their glistening new ballpark, Globe Life Field, armed with what they hope will be vital in preempting the potential spread of the coronavirus at Major League Baseball’s first game with fans in 2020: zip ties.
From a hidden baseball dugout to garbled scoreboard, old memories abound in the former San Diego, Jack Murphy, Qualcomm, SDCCU Stadium
On a late July evening at Dodger Stadium last season, baseball’s best player stood near the visitors’ on-deck circle, preparing to face one of baseball’s best teams. After Mike Trout watched a Los Angeles Angels teammate take a strike to open the game, far above the field, the press box loudspeaker announced, “7:11 start; 83 degrees at game time.”
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: The Texas Rangers will be playing their first games this season, and maybe more, without fans at Globe Life Field.
The retro era may be over. The architects of the Texas Rangers’ new home say its structure is a step forward in ballpark design. Globe Life Field, they say, is something new.
If Angels owner Arte Moreno’s long-term plans are realized, baseball fans will someday be able to grab a meal, browse some shops or relax in a 5-acre park just steps from the stadium, or even stay in a hotel overlooking the iconic ballpark.