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KRAFT FIELD

Oxford Realty naming rights of Apollo Sports Complex, along with a federal grant, the Blue Line Club and other fundraising efforts, will go toward a rebuild of Grand Forks' primary baseball field.
In 2022 Grand Forks is expected to have a team of its own, but this summer the Expedition League’s Whiskey Jacks have called the city their temporary home. They did it with only a two-month transition.
A dozen or more lights have been dark during Whiskey Jacks games.

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Will just 1% of the community’s residents attend Whiskey Jacks games this summer? We’re hoping so, since we see summer baseball as a quality-of-life perk, in the same vein as parks, walking trails and other outdoors activities.
The Wheat City Whiskey Jacks will play out of Grand Forks in 2021, with a new franchise starting at Kraft Field in 2022.
Maybe Kraft Field -- Grand Forks' top baseball facility -- won't be empty this summer after all.
With the feeling that Kraft Field has fallen behind the state's ballpark peers, Grand Forks baseball supporters have turned to crowdfunding to fix the city's top facility in the sport.
Grand Forks has gone nearly 20 years without a summer collegiate baseball team operating out of Kraft Field. Steve Wagner wants to end that streak. Wagner is president of the Rapid City, S.D.-based Expedition League, an eight-team conference set ...
The Grand Forks Police Department is investigating a pair of break-ins it believes are related at the concession stands at Bringewatt Park and Kraft Field.

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Grand Forks and West Fargo have finished the American Legion regular-season baseball schedule with identical 11-7 league marks. Depending on a handful of results the rest of the weekend, the two teams could meet again in the first round of next w...
Kraft Field makeover takes step forward
Kraft Field, a baseball home to Grand Forks youth teams, local high schools, the American Legion programs and UND, is expected to have a much different look next season.
Enough money has been raised to put artificial turf on Kraft Field, the Grand Forks home for UND and American Legion baseball. But fundraising leader Brian Kraft, the son of the field's namesake, is wondering if sufficient dollars are available f...

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