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Athletic Park renovations might help lure players to Woodchucks

2:07 AM, Apr. 17, 2013
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The planned $2.7 million renovation of Athletic Park will not only benefit the fans who flock to the facility, but could be a selling point in the recruitment of players for its main inhabitants - the Wisconsin Woodchucks.

The project, set to begin after this season, is a facelift for the 77-year-old baseball complex and includes upgrades to the grandstand seating, the addition of luxury suites and the development of a neighborhood park adjacent to the field. It could be an additional lure in the recruitment of college players for the Northwoods League team.

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