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Our fans' continued support of their local Minor League Baseball club is a testament to the efforts of our club owners and operators to provide affordable, family entertainment for their communities.
The Inaugural Diversity Employment and Business Opportunity Trade Fair To be held at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago on July 24th CHICAGO, May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Major League Baseball and the Chicago White Sox will co-host the first-ever "MLB Diversity Business Summit," which will provide attendees with unprecedented access to Human Resource and Procurement executives from MLB's Central Office, all 30 MLB Clubs, MLB Network, MLB Advanced Media and Minor League Baseball Clubs.
The board has been trying to figure out what to do with the stadium even before its major tenant for the last 40 years, the Eugene Emeralds minor league baseball club, packed up in November and moved to play baseball at the University of Oregon's new PK Park.
As Centerplate partners with more minor league baseball clubs than anyone else, we are thrilled to have them as our food service partner at Lake County," says Rich Ehrenreich, Managing Parter and President of Lake County.
The school district, which owns the stadium and leases it to the Eugene Emeralds minor league baseball club, has no immediate plans to sell the property.
The exclusives include rights to the marks of all 30 Major League Baseball Clubs, MLB players, Major League ballparks and Minor League Baseball Clubs, as well as MLB.
Byline: Maury Brown A survey of the 160 Minor League Baseball clubs in the domestic-based leagues charging admission this season has proven once again that going to a game will be one of the more affordable forms of entertainment, especially for families.
Rob Zerjav, President of the community-owned Wisconsin Timber Rattlers minor league baseball club said "Like the Green Bay Packers, the Timber Rattlers have proven that the community-based model can thrive in professional sports.