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Monday, April 12, 2021
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FIRST ON 3: Council approves ballpark negotiations

video Wilmington City Council has unanimously approved a plan to negotiate with Mandalay Baseball Properties and the Atlanta Braves about bringing a minor league baseball team to the Port City.

Atlanta Braves and Mandalay reps in town for tonight’s city council meeting to talk new stadium

Former Atlanta Braves Manager Bobby Cox, as well as Atlanta Braves General Manager Frank Wren and Mandalay Baseball CEO Art Matin are in town to attend tonight's Wilmington City Council meeting.

ONLY ON 3: Saffo backtracks on campaign promise about tax-funded ballpark; other teams wait for decision

video Several things must fall into place before a baseball stadium becomes a reality in Wilmington. Some important issues: How are we, meaning the taxpayers, going to fund it? Where would it go? And which team would play here?

City and county elected officials respond to ballpark talks ending

video A day after the City of Wilmington approved the annexation request of a developer, the county announced it will postpone talks regarding the building of a minor league baseball stadium. For some city council members the county's decision to back out of baseball does not sit right.

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