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In Edmonds: Renovate it, and they will come

 

Last updated 2/25/2020 at 7:41pm

Brian Soergel

Standing the pitcher's mounds, with the new backstop behind them, are, from left: Jim Coshow and Kathryn Coshow of Dunn Lumber; Shannon Burley from the City of Edmonds; Brad Goode from WaFd Bank; Peter Chung from Magic Toyota; and Dennis McCormick from Root Sports.

Drive by the baseball field at Pine Street Park in Edmonds, and you'll notice a big difference.

On Sunday, Feb. 23, employees from Magic Toyota, Root Sports, Dunn Lumber, and WaFd Bank completed renovation on the field used by hundreds of kids every year.

It was all done at no cost to the City of Edmonds.

The renovation to the field, first done by Magic Toyota and dubbed "Magic Fields" in 2016, is part of the Edmonds-based car dealership's "Building Stronger Communities, One Field at a Time." It's a 10-year project to refurbish Little League baseball fields in Puget Sound, according to Magi...



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