Panama Ballparks Preparing for World Cup


We are rolling along in Panama with ballpark improvements for the Baseball World Cup.  Whenever we work in other countries there is always some sort of challenge which makes for some exciting ties leading up to the event. 

Two of the 4 stadiums to be used are receiving totally new fields. Three of the stadiums are upgrading locker rooms, dugouts, fencing and scoreboards.  All of the ballparks are receiving new lights to some degree.  The 2011 Baseball World Cup is the first Major baseball event being played in the national stadium since the 2003 Pre Olympic qualifier for Athens.   

The national stadium is receiving some new field upgrades as will the stadium in Chitre.   Following this wonderful tournament the country’s MLB  Winter league season will begin as provisional members.   These ballpark upgrades will only bring more major baseball events to Panama as the sports continues to grow.  The city, the culture and especially the people are truly remarkable.  Plan now to come down for some great baseball in October.  

Chad and I took a little time to taste the local coconut water.  Outstanding!

2 Comments

Dear Murray:

Hello since Panama. My questions is, in your recommendations that you made to the ballparks stadiums of my country by the World Cup PANAMA 2011 and by the professional league (probeis), how many new seats have been recommended to add to the Rod Carew Stadium ? here no one says anything about it.

I wait for you answer.

Atte.

Alejandro.

Hey! Wojld you mind if ӏ share your blog with myy zynga ǥroup?There’s a lot of folks that I think would really
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Tɦanks

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