Fri., January 18, 2013 11:00am (EST)

Warner Robins Weighs Minor League Ball
By Associated Press
Updated: 2 years ago

WARNER ROBINS, Ga.  —  
Officials in Warner Robins are asking for community input on the prospect of establishing a minor league baseball team. Officials said the popularity of the city's little league baseball program indicates a minor league team could generate community and economic interest. (Photo Courtesy of Mike Sussman via Flickr.)
Officials in Warner Robins are asking for community input on the prospect of establishing a minor league baseball team. Officials said the popularity of the city's little league baseball program indicates a minor league team could generate community and economic interest. (Photo Courtesy of Mike Sussman via Flickr.)
Officials in Warner Robins are asking for community input on the prospect of establishing a minor league baseball team.

After a meeting Wednesday, city officials said a minor league team could boost the city's economy and provide a source of summer entertainment.

Aside from gathering public input, city officials are looking for potential private investors to fund any construction related to a minor league team.

Officials said the popularity of the city's little league baseball program indicates a minor league team could generate community and economic interest.