Despite Ottawa Talk, It’s Business as Usual for SeaWolves

A headline on today reads: “SeaWolves say they’re not in Canada talks,” but we’re not sure this is exactly what Greg Coleman, general manager of the Double-A Erie SeaWolves (Eastern League), had to say about rumors that the SeaWolves are bound for Ottawa in 2014.  Read more here.


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2 responses to “Despite Ottawa Talk, It’s Business as Usual for SeaWolves

  1. This is a non-story. Is a team ever going to admit they are a lame duck earlier than they need to ?

    • ballparkbiz

      I think they would be foolish to do so. The best way to mitigate the potential damage at the gate in 2013 is to wait until all the pieces are in order. That includes issuing coinciding announcements about replacement teams, so fans understand there will be baseball the following season. It seemed like a pretty seamless transition from the Double-A Carolina Mudcats (Southern League) to the Single-A Carolina Mudcats (Carolina League). The Eastern League, New York-Penn League, Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (making some assumptions here) musical chairs should keep most non-hard core baseball fans happy, if everything is rolled out at the same time.


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