Sugar Land War Chickens Take the Field

The indy pro Sugar Land Skeeters (Atlantic League) finished up their regular season on Sunday, but not before donning Sugar Land War Chickens uniforms on Saturday for “What Could Have Been Night.”  The game-worn jerseys were auctioned off for charity via a silent auction held on the stadium’s concourse during the game.  Read more here.

Sugar Land Skeeters Facebook Photo

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5 responses to “Sugar Land War Chickens Take the Field

  1. Just Some Internet Guy You Dont Know

    Think they made it up. Or it was in the contest and didn’t win but they like the name. If I had the choice I would have went with War Chickens over Skeeters.Very unique and it would have people asking what is a war chicken until you reveal the logo and more info.

  2. Danrodriguez804

    I don’t remember the war chickens as an option. I remember them considering the lizards and cane kings. That rolls off the tongue, huh, sugar land cane kings. War chickens is actually kinda cool. What the heck does it mean? Better than skeeters, which in hiphop parlance has a strOng sexual connotation. I’ll leave it at that.

    • ballparkbiz

      Yeah, I don’t remember War Chickens either. Maybe they just made it up for the promotion. No clue what a war chicken is, but they should sell WC merchandise in their shop.

      Alan

      • Danrodriguez804

        I was gonna forward you a link, Alan, but it’s in Spanish, about Puerto Rico’s Hiram Bithorn Stadium and the controversial decision of converting it to soccer only. What it says about the state of the game in Pr

      • ballparkbiz

        We’ve posted links to Canadian stories in French with a link to an online translator, so the same could be done for news in Spanish.

        Alan

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