Loudoun Hounds Stadium To Be Called Edelman Financial Field

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The long-anticipated stadium in Loudoun County (Virginia) will be named Edelman Financial Field.  It will be the home stadium for the upcoming Loudoun Hounds.  The team is intended to play in next year’s Atlantic League season.

Here is more on the stadium naming rights announcement including quotes from the team’s CEO and president Bob Farren:



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  1. Where else does the AL expect to play next year? I presume they are only expanding to 10, but they could probably go to 12 even if they have to revive the Road Warriors.

    Should be a second franchise in Texas, but usually they announce something else a full season ahead of time…snails as they are. They could carry Atlantic City if they needed to, or let the RWs play a few home games there.

    Maybe missed an opportunity to go to Plymouth MA where the River Eels I believe had won stadium building rights. And there is already an excellent stadium in Brockton MA now only being used by a college league. What a waste! That was a good CanAm franchise, and I don’t understand why that tanked.

    What about Manchester NH where the Toronto affiliated is moving to another location in the Eastern league? Great stadium there, and I’m sure they would welcome high indy ball.

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