Telus Field Headed for Wrecking Ball or American Association?

Edmonton Prospects LogoThere are concerns in Edmonton (AB) that Telus Field, the current home of the Edmonton Prospects (Summer Collegiate, Western Major Baseball League), could be leveled as the city is sending mixed messages about its future.  Meanwhile, American Association commissioner Miles Wolff appears to have a long-term vision for the indy pro circuit that could have a Canadian division led by Edmonton replacing the Texas teams.  Read more here.


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3 responses to “Telus Field Headed for Wrecking Ball or American Association?

  1. Rf9

    Edm may join the aa n lose their shirt shortly thereafter

  2. Rf9

    If the aa can’t get a team in Regina or Saskatoon then IMO edm n cal won’t work . As for the tx teams wanting to play each other the travel in the aa has got to be a bear

    • Dean

      Did you not read the article? Edmonton is willing to join the AA as a lone Western Canadian franchise for at least a year or two until teams around them begin to surface like Calgary, Saskatoon, Fort McMurray. Edmonton has to be the linchpin to get the ball rolling out in Western Canada just like Quebec City was in Eastern Canada which now has teams in Trois Rivieres and Ottawa. It sounds like the City of Edmonton won’t give the Edmonton Capitals ownership group (Edmonton Oilers OEG) a 5-10 year lease to make a go of it. Once that happens it could be all systems a go.

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