Tim Bennett, who worked for 10 years to get MGM Park built in Biloxi, came to an agreement with Biloxi on Tuesday to drop his name and Overtime Sports from a lawsuit brought by the city to get an accounting of revenues from the Biloxi Shuckers. Bennett also is working with the city to promote Conference USA baseball tournament in Biloxi for the next three years.
Tim Bennett, who worked for 10 years to get MGM Park built in Biloxi, came to an agreement with Biloxi on Tuesday to drop his name and Overtime Sports from a lawsuit brought by the city to get an accounting of revenues from the Biloxi Shuckers. Bennett also is working with the city to promote Conference USA baseball tournament in Biloxi for the next three years. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com
Tim Bennett, who worked for 10 years to get MGM Park built in Biloxi, came to an agreement with Biloxi on Tuesday to drop his name and Overtime Sports from a lawsuit brought by the city to get an accounting of revenues from the Biloxi Shuckers. Bennett also is working with the city to promote Conference USA baseball tournament in Biloxi for the next three years. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com

Biloxi ready to play ball with Overtime Sports, Bennett

March 08, 2017 04:21 PM

UPDATED March 08, 2017 04:50 PM

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