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U Of M Opens New Siebert Field

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Only in Minnesota do you open a ballpark with snow piled on the side.

On Tuesday, the Gopher’s head baseball coach, John Anderson, said that just 10 days ago the new Siebert Field was blanketed in 10 inches of snow and 3 inches of ice. 250 more words

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Last College Baseball Games At Metrodome This Week

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Metrodome is hosting its final college baseball games this week.

The University of Minnesota will play its last baseball game at the Dome ever on Wednesday. 133 more words

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Gophers Set To Break Ground On New Campus Ballpark

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota baseball coach John Anderson had lunch with one of his best former players, Dan Wilson, before a ceremony to formally break ground on the new Siebert Field. 433 more words

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Gophers Bid Farewell To Old Siebert Field

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Siebert Field has been symbolic before the Metrodome became the Gophers temporary home. As they tear it down to build it back up, the memories come flooding back. 307 more words

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Gophers, High School Baseball Teams Cherish Having Metrodome

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Ask any professional sports team that ever played in the Metrodome and they’ll probably tell you it isn’t an ideal venue.

Outside, the snow tells the story for our local baseball teams who want to play outside. 317 more words

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Gophers Choose Builders For New Baseball Stadium

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The University of Minnesota announced Tuesday it has chosen PCL Construction and DLR Group to build the school’s new baseball stadium.

Siebert Field, the long-time home of the Gopher baseball team, is being replaced for a new $7.5 million outdoor facility. 133 more words

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Gophers Begin Stretch Of 27 Straight Home Games

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Gophers baseball team is about to begin a school-record 27-game homestand.

Minnesota hosts Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Friday, twice on Saturday and again on Sunday in a four-game series at the Metrodome. 115 more words

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