If you want some peanuts and Cracker Jacks, soon Topeka may be the place for you to find them.
The Northern League Baseball Commissioner Clark Griffith Friday addressed the issue of a new baseball stadium and team here in the Capital City.
Griffith says Topeka is a growing area, and a baseball team would thrive.
Randy Speaker, the Deputy City Manager for Operations says eminent domain will not play a part in the development of any new stadium in the area.
Griffith told us on 13 News at Four yesterday, and his audience today, he hopes to see a new Topeka baseball team face off against the Kansas City T-Bones May 15, 2010.
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