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Imagine a Lowertown warehouse building turned inside out to reveal the dark brick of its hallways, black steel beams and cedar finishes.

That, in a nutshell, is the vision behind St. Paul’s new $63 million ballpark, which will open in May across from the Farmers’ Market.

“You’re never really in the ballpark,” said St. Paul Saints vice president Tom Whaley. “You’re in downtown.”

CHS Field, the future home of the independent league Saints, gave up its secrets Friday during a tour led by Whaley, team founder and co-owner Mike Veeck and team vice president Annie Huidekoper.

 

 

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Mike Veeck was standing in the nearly finished club level of the St. Paul Saints’ nearly finished new Lowertown ballpark, CHS Field, when he was asked his favorite feature. He pointed through the floor-to-ceiling windows toward the downtown Farmers Market just across the street.

“We wanted to make downtown, the Farmers Market, the star,” said Veeck, president and co-owner of the independent baseball team.

Well, that AND the urinals — there are more in just one of the ballpark’s five men’s restrooms than in all of Midway Stadium, the Saints’ old home near the State Fairgrounds.

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As 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS examined Minnesota’s water worries, many experts agreed conservation is one of the keys to sustaining the state’s water supply for decades to come.

And amid ongoing construction, at a stadium being built for America’s favorite pastime, 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS got a glimpse into Minnesota’s future.

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Believe it or not, we are getting close to opening day for baseball season.  The St. Paul Saints played their last season at Midway last year and opened ground for their new stadium in lowertown in St. Paul.  Emily gets an exclusive look inside the new stadium.

With just three weeks from the Saints moving into their new stadium, the construction workers are putting the finishing touches on it.

Tickets will range from $5-$28 in the main seating bowl of the ballpark.  Last year at Midway they ranged from $5-$22.

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The Walker Art Center’s Internet Cat Video Festival is digging its claws into the turf of CHS Field, the new St. Paul Saints Stadium on Aug. 12.

The popular feline-centric event celebrates its fourth year with a new roster of videos programmed by Will Braden, the man behind the Henri Le Chat Noir videos and winner of the Internet Cat Video Festival’s inaugural Golden Kitty Award.

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