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Wasn't the Kansas University baseball facility once called Hoglund-Maupin Stadium? What happened to the Maupin name?

Thanks to gifts from Forrest Hoglund and Neil Mecaskey in honor of the late Tom Maupin, Hoglund-Maupin Stadium replaced Quigley Field as KU's baseball facility in 1987. Then in 1999, Hoglund contributed $1.8 million for a complete renovation of the stadium and it was renamed Hoglund Ballpark.


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