New Triple-A Ballpark Could Force Diablos’ Move, Hoteliers Oppose Tax to Pay for It

If a Triple-A Pacific Coast League franchise is relocated to a new downtown El Paso ballpark, the indy pro El Paso Diablos (American Association) owned by the Tigua Tribe would be forced to leave town.  There is already talk that the tribe could move the franchise to a new stadium in nearby SocorroRead more and view news clip here.  In the meantime, the El Paso Hotel/Motel Association has expressed opposition to funding a new downtown ballpark with hotel occupancy tax dollars.  Read more here.

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