Authorities suspect a fire that destroyed part of the iconic Tink Larson Field in Waseca was intentionally set. The blaze on the night of April 6th spread to the concession stand and grandstand. A five-thousand-dollar reward is being offered and anyone with information should call the Minnesota Arson Hotline. The field has been there since 1938 and was named after long-time Waseca High School baseball coach Tink Larson in 1994. A GoFundMe page is collecting donations to rebuild the historic ballpark.
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