BILOXI, Mississippi — Seats are going in and grass will be going down at MGM Park, as it gets closer to completion so the Biloxi Shuckers can play at home.
The Sun Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1IMyxsD) Jason Wold with Yates Construction told the Biloxi Council on Tuesday he expects the stadium turf to be laid starting Thursday or Friday. He says crews are working Saturdays and Sundays.
Council President Felix Gines said he was at the stadium Tuesday, adding the video boards will be installed soon.
Shuckers hope to play their first series in Biloxi starting on June 6 against the Mobile BayBears.
Information from: The Sun Herald, http://www.sunherald.com
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