Absolutely zero concern in Cowtown about the team folding, save for the dedicated dozen or so diehard fans that would watch 5 year-olds play if they wore Cats unis. LaGrave has 3-4 foot weeds growing in front, not sure of inside appearance. One major investor is still duking it out with both Bell ownership and Bryant/Pierce group to get his money back, along with this article that came up earlier this year: http://www.baseballessential.com/news/2015/02/21/businessman-files-lawsuit-against-former-fort-worth-cats-owner/ San Angelo and Rio Grande Valley area businesses also hoping (in vain) to get their money back from UBL. With the development going on around the stadium, it's only a matter of time before someone buys the land from the Houston group and flattens LaGrave 2.0. Now I guess we'll just wait for next summer to see which towns are on the UBL's radar to take money from.