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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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Merchandise including t-shirts and hats featuring the winning design will be available for purchase at the Brewers Team Store by Majestic at Miller Park and at the Brewers Team Store at Maryvale Baseball Park in Phoenix.
(28.) "Handling Traffic at Largest Baseball Park," Electric Railway Journal (September 25, 1915); "Are Special Peak Loads Profitable?" Electric Railway Journal (November 25, 1916): 1.
We were eight years old and lived just a few blocks away from where an army of diggers was breaking ground for an awesome baseball park called Yankee Stadium
Now the downtown area boasts a minor league baseball park and a new NASCAR racetrack.
The increased revenue has enabled the school to expand its facilities, which now include a fitness facility, baseball park, a science center and two residence halts.
The completely reworked baseball park in Leighton was completed in the summer 2003.
(My first trip to a baseball park came in 1958, when I was six.) That fact, however--especially considering that I am the graybeard (literally and figuratively) on TEI's staff--underscores the importance of capturing and celebrating our history.
Tom wants no change to the town, especially no change to the 100-year-old baseball park in their midst--so the game is proposed to determine the outcome...."
On Saturday a baseball park full of about 5,200 people, including his eldest son, President Bush, former British Prime Minister John Major and celebrities and sports figures, wished him happy birthday.
TOLEDO May--Mudd Hens' Baseball Park, Toledo Ohio; Annual AFS Night at the Mudd Hens' Baseball Game.
* The new Convention Center will be so big that if you hit a baseball from one end of it to the other, it would be a homerun at a Major League Baseball park.