“It’s a phenomenal asset, not only for Morgantown, but the surrounding communities,” said Pat O’Connor, president of Minor League Baseball. “It’s a win-win that includes the university to the highest level. It’s a facility to be proud of, but also a facility to help recruit better players, host regional tournaments and help elevate the game literally and figuratively.
“You will not regret what you’re about to do from an economic standpoint, a quality-of-life standpoint and an affordable family fun standpoint.”
That’s called a Rally Cap and that’s how minor league baseball started its late-inning push Tuesday for baseball in Morgantown, perhaps as soon as June 2014.