Ray Lankford

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT004201" title="Ray Lankford" href="/topic/sports/ray-lankford-PESPT004201.topic">Ray Lankford</a>, retired from the <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000027" title="St. Louis Cardinals" href="/topic/sports/baseball/st.-louis-cardinals-ORSPT000027.topic">St. Louis Cardinals</a>, revisits <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP012576" title="Progress Energy Incorporated" href="/topic/business/progress-energy-incorporated-ORCRP012576.topic">Progress Energy</a> Field, formerly AL Lang Field, and home of the Cardinals <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVSPR000065" title="Spring Training" href="/topic/sports/baseball/spring-training-EVSPR000065.topic">spring training</a> facilities. Al Lang Field, named after the former mayor of St. Petersburg who helped bring spring training to the city, was the home to several major and minor league baseball teams since the early 1920's.
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( GARY W. GREEN, ORLANDO SENTINEL / March 3, 2010 )

Ray Lankford, retired from the St. Louis Cardinals, revisits Progress Energy Field, formerly AL Lang Field, and home of the Cardinals spring training facilities. Al Lang Field, named after the former mayor of St. Petersburg who helped bring spring training to the city, was the home to several major and minor league baseball teams since the early 1920's.

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