Facilities: Stadium & Arena
Parks Backers Galled by Braves' Stadium Tax Diversion
by Dan Klepal; Staff April 2015
Cobb County will cover about half of the county's promised financing of the new Braves stadium by diverting millions of dollars in property taxes that voters approved in 2008 to buy park land.
Horrid a Month Ago, Yankee Stadium Turf Passes Tests
by Brian Lewis April 2015
All that griping about the grass at Yankee Stadium? Much ado about less than nothing. The field was a bright spot during Monday's 6-1, Opening Day loss to Toronto.
Marlins Misjudge Weather, Park Sees First Rain Delay
by Matt Porter Palm Beach Post Staff Writer April 2015
The Marlins' run of "zero rain delays since 2012" was broken during the second inning of Monday's season opener between the Marlins and Braves.
Morgue Lease Would Expand Vikings Tailgate Space
by ERIC ROPER; STAFF WRITER, STAR TRIBUNE (Mpls.-St. Paul) April 2015
The arrangement would provide prime space to erect tents and other temporary structures for games and events, an activity that had threatened to block some public access to the park.
HD Video Board Biggest of Ongoing Wrigley Upgrades
by The Associated Press April 2015
The Chicago Cubs paid a heartfelt tribute to the late Ernie Banks before the major league opener against the St. Louis Cardinals, and they did it in a way that would have been impossible until now. They showed him circling the bases following his 500th home run and unveiling his statue outside Wrigley Field.
Cubs Apologize for Overrun Restrooms on Opening Night
by Paul Steinbach April 2015
$848M Bond Funds Four High School District Stadiums
by STEPHEN WALL, STAFF WRITER April 2015
The Alta Loma High School football team has had a nomadic existence for more than half a century, but the days of wandering are finally coming to end.
St. Pete City Council Schedules Rays Discussion Session
by Steven Girardi, Tribune staff April 2015
The city council will take another whack at breaking the deadlock between the city and the Tampa Bay Rays.
The AB Extra: April 3
by Michael Gaio April 2015
We dive into the second edition of The AB Extra with some Final Four coverage, an April Fools Day tweet gone wrong and heroics from two YMCA lifeguards. Today we begin with this heartwarming display of sportsmanship in women’s college basketball.
Judge: Cubs Can Block Rooftop Owners' Wrigley Views
by Kim Janssen April 2015
Just 72 hours before Opening Day, a federal judge has dashed the hopes of Wrigley Field rooftop bar owners - refusing to ban the Cubs from installing outfield signs that will block the rooftop owners' lucrative views into the ballpark.