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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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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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July 25, 1995 | JOHN CHANDLER and JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
After years of flirtation with baseball, Lancaster officials Monday announced a tentative deal to move the Riverside Pilots minor league team to the Antelope Valley at a cost to the city of more than $7 million. If the agreement is approved by the Lancaster City Council, the first pitch--in a 4,500-seat stadium built by the city as part of the deal--will be thrown next April.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1995 | JEFF FLETCHER and JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A sharply divided Lancaster City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to approve a $10-million stadium project for a minor league baseball team, drawing the city into a league that has been phenomenally successful in its most recent stadium ventures. Beginning next April, the stadium will be the new home of the Seattle Mariners' California League affiliate, now called the Riverside Pilots. "The ballpark is a monumental step toward making this city a jewel in the city structure of California.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 26, 1995 | JEFF FLETCHER and JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A sharply divided Lancaster City Council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to approve a $10-million stadium project for a minor league baseball team, drawing the city into a league that has been phenomenally successful in its most recent stadium ventures. Beginning next April, the stadium will be the new home of the Seattle Mariners' California League affiliate, now called the Riverside Pilots. "The ballpark is a monumental step toward making this city a jewel in the city structure of California.
NEWS
July 25, 1995 | JOHN CHANDLER and JEFF FLETCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
After years of flirtation with baseball, Lancaster officials Monday announced a tentative deal to move the Riverside Pilots minor league team to the Antelope Valley at a cost to the city of more than $7 million. If the agreement is approved by the Lancaster City Council, the first pitch--in a 4,500-seat stadium built by the city as part of the deal--will be thrown next April.
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