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  • A Fine Line Separates Ball and Fan (and Injury)

    MINNEAPOLIS – Target Field, home of the Minnesota Twins, is one of those wondrous new ballparks that combine modern amenities with an old-timey feel. With a capacity under 40,000, it’s the kind of stadium people describe as intimate.


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  • For Florida company, a story of net gains

    Florida-based C&H Baseball, a longtime industry supplier, has been one of the primary beneficiaries of MLB’s new recommendations for ballpark netting.


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  • Kauffman Stadium expands safety netting

    The Kansas City Royals announced that the netting behind home plate at Kauffman Stadium will be expanded for safety reasons for the 2016 season. David Feliz with C&H Baseball worked on configuring the netting Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016, however, the net will be in its final form by mid-March, according to a Royals spokesman.


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  • Minnesota Twins: New dugout netting at Target Field to limit injuries

    The Kansas City Royals announced that the netting behind home plate at Kauffman Stadium will be expanded for safety reasons for the 2016 season. David Feliz with C&H Baseball worked on configuring the netting Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016, however, the net will be in its final form by mid-March, according to a Royals spokesman.


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