Ottawa Sun blogger Ken “The Bulldog” Gray, a vocal proponent of bringing Double-A ball to Ottawa, visited Grayson Stadium last spring to experience the Single-A Savannah Sand Gnats (South Atlantic League) operation first hand. While taking minor shots at the former Triple-A Ottawa Lynx (International League) and even the Toronto Blue Jays, Gray voices his expectations for a fun-filled Continue reading
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Ottawa Citizen columnist Ken Gray makes another pitch for Double-A ball in Ottawa, and hammers the city and the former owner of the Triple-A Ottawa Lynx for the demise of affiliated ball in the past. Read more here. Gray has commented extensively on the possible return of affiliated ball to the capital city on The Bulldog, his daily blog.
Folks in Ottawa seem pretty excited about the possible return of affiliated ball to the capital city. Ottawa Citizen writer Mark Sutcliffe is one of those who would be happy to see Double-A ball take up residence at Ottawa Stadium, but he thinks it would be a failure. Read more here.
The Ottawa Lynx saga has finally come to an end. Five years ago, then-Lynx owner Raymond Pecor filed a $10.5 million lawsuit against the City of Ottawa for allegedly breaching the team’s lease for Lynx Stadium/Ottawa Stadium, when the city eliminated 600 parking spaces. In response, the city counter sued for $2.7 million seeking payment under the original agreement to build the Continue reading