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Maryvale Baseball Park project groundbreaking set for Tuesday, March 20

The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that there will be a ceremonial groundbreaking event for the Maryvale Baseball Park renovation and new construction project on Tuesday, March 20. The ceremony will begin at 8 a.m.

In November of 2017, the Phoenix City Council voted in favor of a plan to renovate Maryvale Baseball Park, which has served as the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The plan keeps the Club in Maryvale through at least the year 2042, the second-longest commitment in the Cactus League.

The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that there will be a ceremonial groundbreaking event for the Maryvale Baseball Park renovation and new construction project on Tuesday, March 20. The ceremony will begin at 8 a.m.

In November of 2017, the Phoenix City Council voted in favor of a plan to renovate Maryvale Baseball Park, which has served as the Spring Training home of the Milwaukee Brewers since 1998. The plan keeps the Club in Maryvale through at least the year 2042, the second-longest commitment in the Cactus League.

Construction is scheduled to begin in late March and be substantially completed by the start of 2019 Spring Training.

The Brewers will invest $56-$60 million in the construction phase of the program, and will assume operation and maintenance (as well as related costs) of the facility after the conclusion of this year's Spring Training. The city of Phoenix will allocate $2 million each year for the next five years for renovations, and the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority will contribute approximately $5.7 million.

Maryvale Baseball Park is built on more than 60 acres of land donated by John F. Long Properties and is located off North 51st Avenue and Indian School Road in Phoenix. Renderings created by project architects HKS may be accessed by clicking here.

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