Gophers to play one more game at Siebert Field

A change in the Gophers baseball schedule. Coach John Anderson says the team will play one more game at Siebert Field on May 1. The idea is to give the ballpark one last hurrah before its replaced with a new stadium on campus.
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A change in the Gophers baseball schedule. Coach John Anderson says the team will play one more game at Siebert Field on May 1. The idea is to give the ballpark one last hurrah before its replaced with a new stadium on campus.

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