Mt. Clemens report pitches minor-league ball by 2003

Snavely, Brent
April 2001
Crain's Detroit Business;04/23/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p3
Reports on the possible placement of a minor-league baseball facility in Mount Clemens, Michigan by June 2003. Estimated cost of an outdoor stadium; Possible sources of funds for the stadium; Possible sites for the stadium.


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