Published: January 25, 2010
Big League Dreams Opens in Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Big League Dreams and the city of Las Vegas teamed up Monday with
baseball stars Jason and Jeremy Giambi, Bobby Grich, Wally Joyner and
Bill Russell to officially open the Big League Dreams Sports Park in Las
Hundreds of fans showed up to see the new facility featuring
family-friendly attractions and six fields replicating famous major
league baseball stadiums Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium, Dodger Stadium,
Angels Stadium, Wrigley Field and Crosley Field.
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman, Mayor Pro Tem Gary Reese and Clark
County Commissioner Larry Brown all praised the sports park as a
world-class attraction for local and visiting ballplayers and families.
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