Oregon Stadium Campaign
2004 :: Issue #12
Plan Submitted to Major
The City of Portland and Oregon Stadium
Campaign are submitting to Major League Baseball a comprehensive document that
details the completed finance plan for a Portland MLB ballpark. The finance
plan reflects the collective pledge of the City and OSC to use revenues that
are generated due to the presence of an MLB team and ballpark in Oregon. The
document also provides updated site and costing information from HOK Sport and
illustrates Portland's ability to support an MLB team.
involved in this process believes that any reader of this document will be
persuaded that Portland is an MLB city in all aspects finance plan,
ballpark sites and a market that is primed for MLB whether it is for the
Expos, or for a future relocation. As reported recently in the San Francisco
is a likely destination for the Oakland A's, should the franchise move from the
The submission to Major League Baseball is a landmark
moment in Oregon's quest for an MLB team and we extend a sincere thank you to
all of you who have played such a crucial role in the campaign.
Click here to
view the submission to MLB on the Oregon Stadium Campaign website.
Play in the OSC Golf Tournament on October
Join the Oregon Stadium Campaign at Pumpkin Ridge Golf
Club on October 7 for the second OSC fundraising golf tournament. Foursomes,
hole sponsorships and single player registrations are still available
come enjoy a day of golf and support the ongoing campaign to bring MLB to
Oregon! Visit the Golf
Tournament page on the OSC website for more information!
OSC Interview with Kevin Towers
Stadium Campaign is pleased to debut our latest online
with Oregon native and San Diego Padres VP and General Manager Kevin
Towers. Kevin talks about his Oregon roots, making a trade during his
wedding and of course, the possibility of MLB in Portland.
The proud founding
sponsors of the Oregon Stadium Campaign are:
The Confederated Tribes of
Grand Ronde, Oregon
Sports Authority, and the