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Padres Building Solar Power System At Petco Park; Expected To Be Largest In MLB

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 01 / 18 / 18

The Padres are “about to become baseball’s undisputed leader in the solar standings,” as the team has begun construction at Petco Park on what will be the “largest solar power system” in MLB, according to Rob Nikolewski of the SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE. The team's f...

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11/04/99
FACILITY NOTES

In L.A., Bill Plaschke, on Staples Center, "At least when it comes to basketball, the darn thing is fun. Indeed, there are too many rich people with [too] many good seats. But for $10, you can sit in

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11/04/99
IMPACT OF EARLY VOTING HELPED LOS ARCOS PLAN TO FRUITION

The campaign for a $535M redevelopment plan for the Los Arcos Mall, which includes an arena for the Coyotes, "provided a classic example of the sheer impact of early voting and the benefit of pouring

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11/04/99
WITH BALLPARK INITIATIVE DEAD, WILL POHLAD LOOK TO SELL?

While T''Wolves Owner Glen Taylor and NHL Wild Majority Owner Robert Naegele''s deal to buy the Twins from Owner Carl Pohlad for $120M "ended" with yesterday''s failed vote for a $325M St. Paul ballpa

Tags: Anheuser Busch, Facilities, Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Vikings, Minnesota Wild, MLB, NFL, NHL

11/04/99
ELECTION '99 RECAP: WHITE VOTERS HELP KILL ROCKETS DEAL

As the initiative for a new downtown Houston arena failed Tuesday night, it "became clear that white voters had gone to the polls in unexpectedly substantial numbers, stimulated by advertising that co

Tags: Facilities, hp, Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, WNBA

11/04/99
REDSKINS STADIUM NAME CHANGE SET FOR FEDEX DELIVERY IN '00

The Redskins "expect to announce" a 27-year, $205M naming-rights deal at Redskins Stadium with FedEx next week, according to sources of Mark Maske of the WASHINGTON POST. Although the name change "won

Tags: Facilities, FedEx, Washington Redskins

11/04/99
WILD READY TO BE PARTNERS ON NEW AMPHITHEATER IN MN

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11/03/99
COYOTES READY TO GET OUT FROM AMERICA WEST WITH NEW ARENA

Voters in Scottsdale, Fountain Hills and Guadalupe, AZ, approved a $535M redevelopment plan for the Los Arcos Mall, which includes a new arena for the Coyotes, according to Alexa Haussler of the ARIZO

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11/03/99
COST OF RED SOX BALLPARK PLAN INCREASES TO $600M

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11/03/99
SPURS ARENA A SLAM DUNCAN; CONSTRUCTION SET FOR NEXT SPRING

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Tags: Comcast-Spectacor, Facilities, Los Angeles Lakers, NBA, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, Turner Sports, Utah Jazz

11/03/99
ST. PAUL BALLPARK STRIKES OUT; WHAT'S POHLAD'S NEXT STEP?

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