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Wahconah Park Seeking Tenant For 2012

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Single mature ballpark seeks outgoing professional baseball team.

The city's Parks Commission is now accepting applications from professional baseball teams to play at Wahconah Park for the 2012 season with the possibility of a long-term relationship.

The 92-year-old park had just recently divorced from a two-year marriage with the Pittsfield Colonials after the couple constantly fought over finances. The park enjoys basking in sun-delays and taking long boat rides when it rains. The ideal team should be able to pitch well and round the bases quickly in front of a large crowd.

Interested prospects can contact James McGrath, the city's natural resources manager, at 413-499-9344 or at jmcgrath@pittsfieldch.com. Submission deadline is Nov. 10.
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