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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ed Servais
The NCAA administrator in charge of baseball is pleased so far with the new TD Ameritrade Park through the first five days of the College World Series.
Maybe only the most ardent Creighton fans believe the Bluejays can make it to the College World Series, which will be played a few blocks from campus at the new TD Ameritrade Park.
"They won't have any problem selling tickets to that game," coach Ed Servais said Tuesday. "In fact, they may be disappointed they didn't expand the stadium if that ever comes about."
Creighton is the No. 2 seed in the NCAA Corvallis Regional, and Servais said he has enough to think about with Friday's first-round game against No. 3 seed Georgia (31-30).