Houston Press blogger John Royal takes a look at possible expansion of the indy pro Atlantic League in the Houston area, particularly The Woodlands. Read more here. Thank to John Cerone for the link.
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Houston Astros owner Jim Crane said Thursday the organization wants to improve its footprint in Texas and is strongly considering moving its top minor league team to The Woodlands (TX). The community is the current home of the summer collegiate Woodlands Strykers (Texas Collegiate League). Read more here.
The newest team in the summer collegiate Texas Collegiate League will be known as the “Woodlands Strykers.” A temporary website has been launched at www.WoodlandsStrykers.com. For more information about the new franchise, please read our earlier postings here and today’s news story here. View the team’s Facebook page here.
Ramiro Lazano, owner of the new Texas Collegiate League franchise in The Woodlands (TX), has whittled the list of team names down to two or three. Ramiro said “the team name will likely reflect the large presence of major oil and gas companies in The Woodlands.” In other news, Ramiro plans to install 600 new seats at the ballpark located at The Woodlands Christian Academy, where Continue reading
The Woodlands (TX), a long-time target for baseball entrepreneurs looking for a great market to put a team, finally has a franchise. Ramiro Lozano of Spring has secured a franchise in the Texas Collegiate League, which will begin play in 2012. The team’s new home will be the baseball field at The Woodlands Christian Academy, which will be improved with new stadium seating. Continue reading