Into the Outfield 

Forget building a baseball stadium in the city's backyard. Sending the Flying Squirrels to the suburbs might be Richmond's best play.

The debate started in earnest 11 years ago, when former City Manager Calvin Jamison first proposed building a new baseball stadium next to the Federal Reserve building downtown, the James River trickling just beyond the outfield. The Diamond desperately needed repair…

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