Kentucky Adding Ribbon Boards At Rupp Facility Notes Oakland Stadium Efforts "Going Backward" Blue Bell Name Not Coming Off A&M Ballpark Land Transaction For NFL Stadium In Carson Closes Soldier Field Upgrades Include New HD Boards Verizon Insists DC Naming-Rights Deal Isn't Over Study Details Costs For HOF Village Personalized Bricks Near Wrigley Tossed St. Paul Saints' New Ballpark Set To Open
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Published October 26, 1995
A report from engineering and architectural consultants to the Tampa Sports Authority claim that it will cost taxpayers about $52M to keep Tampa Stadium going for another 30 years (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 10/26)....In Philadelphia, Rich Hofmann writes a new ballpark might be the Phillies' "only prospect" of competing with the city's other teams (PHILA. DAILY NEWS, 10/26)....A report in today's Tacoma NEWS TRIBUNE says Seattle's new KeyArena is drawing business away from the Tacoma Dome. An example is Walt Disney's World on Ice, which has played at the dome for the last ten years, will now move to the KeyArena (Tacoma NEW TRIBUNE, 10/26).