The burgeoning Pacific Association, formerly known as the North Division of the defunct indy pro North American League, has added the Vallejo Admirals to replace the traveling Sonoma County Grapes. The team will be owned by Redwood Sports and Entertainment, which also owns the Grapes and San Rafael Pacifics. The Admirals will play Continue reading
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The 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
PRESS RELEASE – The San Rafael Pacifics Baseball Club have announced a new ownership group that will oversee club operations in 2013 and beyond. Redwood Sports and Entertainment Group, LLC, have purchased the assets of the San Rafael Pacifics and Sonoma County Grapes. Continue reading
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.
The indy pro Na Koa Ikaika Maui (North American League) have annouced that the Hawaii Stars will join the Sonoma County Grapes as the second expansion franchise added the to the NAL’s Northern Division to replace the departed Yuma Panthers and Fullerton Flyers. While it was thought the team would be a traveling club like the Grapes, negotiations are underway to use Wong Stadium in Hilo. Read more here.