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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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5 billion Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union and the Johnson City Cardinals, it was announced that more than $400,000 in upgrades will be made to the ballpark.
MLB issued a statement announcing coming recommendations to enhance fan safety at all MLB ballparks, which it states is the result of a review that began earlier this summer.
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.
Jackson notes what we were already thinking on this: it means less staff to support the upper bowl, meaning not only are the Marlins seeing lagging attendance, they're about to put some seasonal workers at the ballpark off the clock, meaning the Marlins will save money on staff costs.
Ebbets Field: Essays and Memories of Brooklyn's Historic Ballpark, 1913-1960.
No listed dimensions for Columbia Park were found in any of the usual ballpark reference books.
The team unveiled the architectural and design plans for their new state-of-the-art ballpark to be built in the outfield parking lot between Shea Stadium and 126th Street earlier this month.
AS MUCH AS MOST LOVE RAY Winder Field, the thought of a new ballpark for the Arkansas Travelers in downtown North Little Rock will add a degree of excitement and help spur downtown development in both cities.
Keating made the obvious but infrequently stated point in a March 2000 article for USA Today magazine: "Another major downside to government-built and-owned ballparks is that clubs are transformed from owners to renters.
The accessible features of the ballpark were carefully calculated and planned by a governor's task force made up of representatives from the disability community.
Ballpark History The Minnesota Legislature in 2006 approved legislation to fund the new Minnesota Twins ballpark.