That’s the big question after a proposal to build a $42 million, 8,500-capacity stadium in Shakopee near Canterbury Park that would be home to a team called the Metro Millers was unveiled this week.
For one weekend every summer, Louis H. Schiff — a 1980 Hamline University law grad and a Broward County judge — teaches a class that melds his two longtime passions: baseball and the law.
Meeting the state minimum wage presents a problem for the Saints. Team officials say it would put them in violation of their league’s salary caps and subject the team to expulsion from the American Association.
The new City of Baseball Museum inside CHS Field opened Thursday. Game tickets included free admission to the museum, which explores more than a century of St. Paul’s rich baseball history.
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The St. Paul Saints have proven that a day dedicated to something reflective of secularism can be fun, respectful, relevant, and even philanthropic.
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