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Now, that field in northeast Iowa really is heaven. The plot of land near Dyersville where the classic baseball film Field of Dreams was made has finally been sold. Go the Distance Baseball LLC, an investment group headed up by Mike and Denise Stillman, has bought the farm and baseball diamond for $3.4 million. They plan on constructing All-Star Baseball Heaven, a youth baseball complex with 24 fields and 60 clubhouses around the property, and will preserve the famed field where Kevin Costner and Ray Liotta (as Shoeless Joe Jackson) played catch and took batting practice. Photos: Hollywood's

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