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Greensboro downtown ballpark pictures

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This part of the stadium looks similar to Brooklyn's Ebbets Field, former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers.

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It sort of looks like Churchill Downs on top of Camden Yards.

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notice the craftstmenship, brick was cut and painted in the form of baseball players.

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You can see what will become the grandstand sports bar to the right. Further to the right of that will be the large grassy berm for seating behind left field.

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The largest ballpark video/scoreboard in the Carolinas. It will also have the second largest video screen in minor league baseball which will be used for instant replays, player profiles and crowd shots. On the back side of the video board, there will be a large digital message board that will display game times and events held in the stadium.

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an older photo. They have the entire field in place now. But spectators will have a breath taking view of Greensboro's skyline along left field. The stadium is designed to expand for AAA standards which is about 10,000 seats. The stadium will start out seating 8,000 which meets AA standards and will only have 2,000 seats less than Knight's Castle in Ft. Mill, SC near Charlotte.

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Is this a major league stadium, I doubt they even have 3/4 the population of Oklahoma City, who has no professional sports.

Greensboro has a lot of blight don't they?

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