Tag Archives: Hawaii Stars

Admirals Get New Owner, Two Hawaii Teams Go Dark

Vallejo Admirals A LogoThe indy pro Vallejo Admirals (Pacific Association) announced last week that Robert J. Young and NorCalSports LLC have purchased the team from the Tito Fuentes Baseball Academy.  Last season, Young owned both the Hawaii Stars and Na Koa Ikaika Maui, the 2013 champions of the Pacific Association.  Those teams are dark for the 2014 season.  Read more here.

Leave a comment

Filed under League & Franchise, Personnel & Operations

Pacific Association to Replace NAL North

SR_Pacifics_LogoComp01YNa Koa Ikaika Maui LogoThe new indy pro Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs will replace the North Division of the indy pro North American League.  In addition to playing each other, the San Rafael Pacifics, traveling Sonoma County Grapes, Na Koa Ikaika Maui, and Hawaii Stars will play 24 interleague games.  The two Continue reading


Filed under Branding & Marketing, League & Franchise

Hawaii Baseball Adds to Board, Looks to Expand

PRESS RELEASE – Hawaii Baseball, LLC, owners and operators of Hawaii’s only professional sports teams, Na Koa Ikaika Maui (www.mauiprobaseball.com) and the Hawaii Stars (www.hawaiistarsprobaseball.com), announced today that the appointment of key marketing executives to its Board of Directors. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under League & Franchise, Personnel & Operations

Na Koa Ikaika Maui Return From Japan, Owners Talk International Baseball Circuit

PRESS RELEASE – The Valley Isle’s only professional sports team, Na Koa Ikaika Maui, have returned from a successful tour of Japan.

Continue reading

1 Comment

Filed under Conference & Events, League & Franchise

Franchise Start Up in a Crunch

It’s been a scramble to take the indy pro North American League’s revamped Northern Division from two teams to four, but it appears to be getting done.  Logos for the new Hawaii Stars and Sonoma County Grapes were introduced earlier this week, the Stars have secured Wong Stadium as the team’s home, and a travel-mitigating schedule is in place.  Now it’s time to focus on putting fans in the seats.  Read more here.

Leave a comment

Filed under Branding & Marketing, League & Franchise, Lease & Contracts