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Ballpark

Informal; an estimate. For example, when analysts are in the process of determining a company's earnings, they may release a "ballpark" as they continue their calculations.
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In order to provide spectators adequate time for exposure to ballpark stimuli, data collection began following the third inning and continued through the conclusion of each game.
"We're looking at the ballpark as a catalyst for a development of a whole new district in Portland, a district that focuses on sports and entertainment and that connects people to the river," he said.
Haudricourt added: "The Brewers have always been dependent on fans coming across the state, sometimes getting on buses for a few hours to get to the ballpark, and the last thing they wanted to do is come if they thought the weather was going to be bad.
The proposed new ballpark features a retractable roof that would allow fans to sit in air-conditioning.
"They do a good job of making sure people are entertained at the ballpark," Molina said.
From the foods offered by particular stadiums to descriptions of different kinds of sausages and hot dogs and their changing emphasis over the decades, The Joy of Ballpark Food will appeal to baseball fans who love park food and want to know more about how it evolved both regionally and in specific situations.
He said the new owners plan to design and build a new ballpark using their own funds but would ask the city and the state for support.
The 25-year agreement includes marquee signage for the bank as well as additional signage and promotional opportunities throughout the ballpark and adjacent mixed-use complex.
McGuire has been a consultant on about 75 ballparks and stadiums and worked with architects on improving MLB's Citizens Bank Ballpark (Philadelphia Phillies), Dodgers Stadium, AT&T Park in San Francisco (Giants) and Safeco Field in Seattle (Mariners) and others.
Now comes word that one minor league ballpark is considering a hot dog flavored cocktail.
Spring training handbook; a comprehensive guide to the Grapefruit and Cactus League ballparks, 2d ed.
“The Fly Wire[TM] zip lines are going to not only provide additional thrills at the ballpark, but a great view of the baseball field,” said Matt Rehnstrom, sales account manager for Extreme Engineering.