For the first time in a year, investors are speaking up about minor league baseball, the reports, and the stolen money involved. It`s been awhile since anything has been done on the stadium site in Wolfforth. You can tell from the overgrown weeds that construction ceased more than a year ago. The General Manager of West Texas Professional Baseball, Clay Powell, says the stadium will be built soon, and Tuesday, cleared the air about minor league baseball and the site in Wolfforth. Powell says nearly half the stadium and surround retail would have been done if it wasn`t for Jonathan Jody Nelson. Nelson, accused of embezzling more than $78-million from Patterson/UTI, owned about 25% of the land at the site. Because of that, the construction process was immediately shut down and all involved remained quiet. "We had to get him out, and move on. That`s what we`ve done," says Powell. Nelson now has no part of the land, or anything to do with the minor league baseball venture. But does that mean everything is back to t the way it was in Wolfforth? "We are working with Wolfforth," says Powell. "We pushed to go that way ... That was the best place to go. We`re staying there, right now." Lubbock mayor David Miller says his city is certainly listening. "We want to stand ready to step in," he says. Powell says Lubbock is just that, a back-up. "Right now, we`re not looking at Lubbock," says Powell. "Wolfforth is where it`s going to stay, right now." Still, the site is just dirt, nearly two years after the big announcement. Powell says the stadium could be built within the next 10-12 months. He says more specific details are coming in a few days. "After the 4th of July, we will announce some things," he says. "We don`t want to let the cat out of the bag, but it will solidify some things in Wolfforth."