Big League Dreams seeks compromise with Gilbert over closed stadiums

By Jim Walsh | East Valley Tribune

The owners of Big League Dreams struck out with Gilbert on July 7, surprised by a knockdown pitch – an eviction order that temporarily put them out of business in the East Valley.

Realizing they are well behind in the game, with no revenues being generated at the facility for weeks, the venue’s California owners are now hoping for a comeback. They’re seeking at least a partial reopening of the complex while Gilbert undertakes some major renovations.

Whether a compromise can be worked out is uncertain. The two sides strongly disagree on the stadium’s safety.


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