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December 10, 1995
When spring arrives this year, it will bring more than the annual orange blanket of California poppies to Lancaster. America's favorite pastime, baseball, is coming. The JetHawks, a Class-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, have decided to roost in this north Los Angeles County city. Formerly known as the Riverside Pilots, the California League team will play ball in a $14.3 million stadium now under construction off Avenue I and the Antelope Valley Freeway.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1995
When spring arrives this year, it will bring more than the annual orange blanket of California poppies to Lancaster. America's favorite pastime, baseball, is coming. The JetHawks, a Class-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, have decided to roost in this north Los Angeles County city. Formerly known as the Riverside Pilots, the California League team will play ball in a $14.3 million stadium now under construction off Avenue I and the Antelope Valley Freeway.
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August 8, 2000 | DAN GORDON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On the surface it was just another ribbon-cutting, as politicians and Rite Aid executives hailed the official opening of the drugstore chain's 1-million-square-foot warehouse and distribution center here two months ago. But to Lancaster officials--whose aggressive economic development efforts failed to pull the city out of the doldrums in the latter part of the 1990s, when most of Los Angeles County was enjoying economic recovery--it was much more.
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July 4, 2000 | JENNIFER PENDLETON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
On a hot night at "the Hangar" baseball stadium, two young men peeled off their tops, reached into coolers and pulled out two frozen T-shirts folded into hard squares. The challenge: Crack open the icy shirts and be the first to don the garment to win a prize. Technically, the fans are paying to see the JetHawks minor league baseball team. But the fans themselves seem to provide much of the entertainment.
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