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baseball grounds of jacksonvilleの例文

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  • The "'Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville "'is a baseball park in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • It stood from 1954 until 2002, when it was demolished and replaced by the new Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.
  • They play at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, an 11, 000-person capacity, $ 34 million park that opened in 2003.
  • Since 2003 they have played at Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, an 11, 000 seat, $ 34 million field created as part of the Better Jacksonville Plan.
  • The "'2007 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament "'was held at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville in Jacksonville, FL from May 23 through May 27.
  • The "'2008 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament "'was held at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville in Jacksonville, Florida from May 21 through May 25.
  • In July 2013, the NASL awarded two new expansion franchises : Jacksonville Armada FC and Oklahoma City FC . Jacksonville plays at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville and ultimately hopes to build its own stadium.
  • Historically part of Jacksonville's Eastside, it is home to EverBank Field, the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Metropolitan Park, and the Greater Jacksonville Fair and Expo Center.
  • The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets won the first ACC Tournament at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, followed by the Clemson Tigers in 2006, the North Carolina Tar Heels in 2007, and the Miami Hurricanes in 2008.
  • The Duval County School Board named Samuel W . Wolfson High School after his brother and the Wolfson family funded construction of Sam W . Wolfson Baseball Park, the minor-league baseball facility in Jacksonville for decades until the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville was built in 2002-3.
  • The "'2005 Atlantic Coast Conference Baseball Tournament "'was held at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville in Jacksonville, FL from May 25 through May 29 . Georgia Tech won the tournament and earned the Atlantic Coast Conference's automatic bid to the 2005 NCAA Division I Baseball Tournament.