The Cleveland Indians began moving into its new training facilities in Goodyear last week, 16 years after the Major League Baseball team left Arizona to train in Florida.

The Phoenix suburb issued $75 million of sales tax bonds, backed by a promise of tax revenue from the Arizona Sports and Tourism Authority, late last year to complete the financing for a $108 million spring training facility that will include a 10,000-seat stadium. Goodyear sold $10 million of general obligation bonds in June 2007 to finance infrastructure improvements at the site.

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