Augusta GreenJackets and SRP Park: A Tale of Two Cities

Tonight marks a new milestone in the history of the Augusta GreenJackets (A-Full; South Atlantic League; San Francisco Giants) as their new stadium, SRP Park, is set to see its first action tonight as the North Augusta High School Yellow Jackets soft-open the stadium to an estimated crowd of around 3,000. That's not the only event scheduled for this... Continue Reading →


2018 MiLB Opening Day Preview

Today marks the official Opening Day of Minor League Baseball for 2018, and while there's a lot of anticipation in the air, there's also some changes to come that have questions left in the air. Some teams will be saying goodbye to old facilities at the end of the season, while the Augusta GreenJackets (A-Full; South Atlantic... Continue Reading →

Developer Chosen for Greer Stadium Project

Nashville Metro City Council has chosen a developer to repurpose the old Greer Stadium site. Cloud Hill Partnership, a group that includes music producer T. Bone Burnett, beat out proposals from four other groups who sought to lead the redevelopment project of the former ballpark. Since the Nashville Sounds (AAA; Pacific Coast League; Oakland Athletics) moved... Continue Reading →

Augusta Stadium Groundbreaking Set For Next Week

Project Jackson, the long-awaited solution to the problem of a new home for the Augusta GreenJackets (A-Full; South Atlantic League; San Francisco Giants) will finally break ground next week on Thursday, May 25. This marks the first of many milestones set before the ballpark opens in time for the 2018 season. The Augusta GreenJackets are... Continue Reading →

Crosscutter’s Ballpark Renovations to Continue

More renovations are on tap for BB&T Ballpark at Historic Bowman Field, home of the Williamsport Crosscutters (Short-Season A; NY-Penn League; Philadelphia Phillies), as the team and the city of Williamsport are continuing to move ahead with upgrades at the ballpark, which include new amenities and seating. 2017 will be a significant season of changes... Continue Reading →

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