Braves Sign Delaware North For New Ballpark Brewers Debut "Selig Experience" At Miller Park Royals' TV Ratings Lead MLB This Season Reds, P&G Adding Second Videoboard At GABP Senators' Murray Stepping Down After '15-16 Montreal Wants To Host MLB Regular-Season Games Revs Make Progress In Soccer-Specific Stadium Bid Lightning Take Social Media Taglines To Market Chase Seeing Big Return From NHL ECF Auburn Planning More Upgrades At Jordan-Hare?
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Published July 23, 1996
CA Gov. Pete Wilson signed a bill last week to allow Sacramento to create a Baseball Authority which will attempt to lure an MLB team and build a new stadium (PHILLY DAILY NEWS, 7/20)....The Lightning will play their first game in the new Ice Palace on October 20 against the Rangers (TAMPA TRIBUNE, 7/23)....The city of Orlando has announced a joint venture with the FunLeague Group, Inc. to build a two-building complex next to the Citrus Bowl that will house a 5,000-seat multi-purpose arena and two NHL regulation size rinks for ice-skating and in-line skating (City of Orlando).