Waterville Ballpark to Become Replica of Wrigley Field

Baseball fans in Maine no longer have to travel to Chicago to get a glimpse of the famed Wrigley Field.

Wed May 04, 2016 - Northeast Edition
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Baseball fans in Maine no longer have to travel to Chicago to get a glimpse of the famed Wrigley Field.
Baseball fans in Maine no longer have to travel to Chicago to get a glimpse of the famed Wrigley Field.

WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) Baseball fans in Maine no longer have to travel to Chicago to get a glimpse of the famed Wrigley Field.

The Morning Sentinel reports the Waterville City Council approved a memorandum of understanding with the Alfond Youth Center to partner in renovating Purnell-Wrigley Ballfield into a replica of the Chicago Cubs' legendary stadium.

Youth Center CEO Karen Walsh has been working with Parks and Recreation director Matt Skehan on the $1 million project for about two years.

The multipurpose turf field will feature a public address building, bathrooms, dugouts, lights and access for children with disabilities. Technical school students will build a concession stand.

Councilor Sydney Mayhew said the field will draw people to Waterville and create revenue.

Walsh said the goal is to begin construction in June.

For more information, visit http://www.onlinesentinel.com/.


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