Loudoun Hounds scheduled to enter league in 2014

The Loudoun Hounds have reset or removed the countdown ticker on their website for proposed opening days so many times I’ve lost count. The franchise has entered York territory (10-plus years) in its long-awaited quest to land a minor league baseball team. But of late, things are looking up.

Bob Farren and VIP Sports & Entertainment have a new ballpark site. The Hounds never broke ground on a stadium that was originally to be part of the $2-billion Kincora Village Center.

The Hounds could share the stadium with a professional soccer franchise. The NASL, an eight-team league a notch below MLS, has approved an expansion franchise for Loudoun.

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