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Triple-A Nashville Sounds Planning Private Development Next To Proposed Ballpark
Published November 20, 2013
HIT BULL, WIN SCOREBOARD? In Raleigh, Jason deBruyn reported Durham Bulls Athletic Park, home to the Triple-A Int'l League Bulls, will undergo $19M worth of renovations, "including three new video displays." The largest of the HD boards "will be 25 feet by 63 feet, three times the size of the current board." A new LED display "will run the length of the outfield wall from center to right field." Dallas-based TS Sports "has been contracted to install the three video displays" (BIZJOURNALS.com, 11/19).