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Minor league baseball closer in Panama City Beach

The Bay County Tourist Development Council decided Tuesday to spearhead a plan to design and build a new amateur sports complex in Panama City Beach.
The Bay County Tourist Development Council decided Tuesday to spearhead a plan to design and build a new amateur sports complex in Panama City Beach. Some consider the move the first step in bringing a minor league baseball team to the Miracle Strip.

The TDC voted at its May meeting to explore a partnership with a private group that is working to recruit a team—likely a Class A affiliate.

A new sports complex is planned adjacent to Frank Brown Park and a potential minor league stadium would most likely go in the same area.
“It would be huge," said TDC Chairman Buddy Wilkes. "Number one--it could be a great asset for the community. It will be a nice amenity for local families,” he noted. Wilkes said tickets prices could cost as little as $3.00 each.

The stadium is expected to cost around $30-million.

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