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LSU's second game of the season vs. UNO on February 15th has been moved to Zephyr Field as a result of renovations running behind schedule at Maestri Field. Per Nola.com:
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UNO began a $3 million renovation project to the stadium, which will include a new grandstand with chairback seating for 800 and a new press box with a private suite, in May of last year.

The university had hoped the renovations, paid for by private money, would be complete in time to play against LSU in the season-opening series. The delay in finishing construction has pushed a return to Maestri Field to March 14 when the Privateers will play host to Sam Houston State in their first Southland Conference baseball series.
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LSU opens the season on February 14th vs. UNO at Alex Box Stadium in Baton Rouge at 7pm.
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Should have made it at the BOX, and go back to Maestri Field LATER!
Reply35 months
it really isn't finished in time....
Reply35 months
booooooooo, i was looking forward to checking out the new park
Reply35 months
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