BRYAN -- The Brazos Valley Bombers began their field upgrade project early Saturday morning. As the demolition of the field continued through the day the project came to a stand still. The Bombers were in a state of shock due to a startling discovery.
American trade union leader, Jimmy Hoffa, disappeared on July 30, 1975 from outside the Machus Red Fox Restaurant in Bloomfield Township, Michigan. Rumor has it; he was waiting to meet two mafia leaders. Extensive investigations continued for years but law enforcement failed to conclude Hoffa’s fate. After several years, Hoffa was declared dead in 1982. Several years later FBI searched a farm in Milford Township, Michigan after receiving a tip that his body might be there. Nothing was ever found.
It has also been rumored that Hoffa’s body was buried in a final resting place somewhere under the west end zone of Giants Stadium.
The Bombers can now confirm that all the rumors are only that. Former Teamsters boss was found buried under home plate of the Brazos Valley Bank Ballpark late Saturday afternoon. Bombers owner, Uri Geva was one of the many shocked to hear of this discovery. “We expected there might be a chance of finding something interesting when we started the project, but never this!”
The Bombers expect investigations to be reopened but can say with confidence that this new finding will not delay the field renovations that are scheduled to be completed before the home opener on June 2, 2010.
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