YAKIMA, Wash. - The Yakima Bears have been putting the 750 thousand dollars they got from the state to good use. Major improvements have taken place at Yakima County Stadium.Thursday the installation of the new lights was completed. They also improved the outfield wall. Even more improvements are slated for next year, as the team is getting another 600 thousand dollars.
"A new entrance to the stadium, an enhanced greeting area down the right field line, and just some more comfort amenities for the fans to give County Stadium a little more feel." said Bears G.M. K.L. Wombacher.
Wombacher expects all of this year's work to be done by the home opener on June 24.