Eric and Wendy Pastore from DigitalBallparks.com have posted their first ballpark photos of 2015. The honor goes to Griggs Sports Complex, home of the White Sands Pupfish (Pecos League). Read more and view photo gallery here.
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PRESS RELEASE – The White Sands Pupfish released their new logo and uniforms for the 2013 season. The team will keep their colors of Vegas Gold, Black and white but will change their hat from the basic WS to the new Pupfish flipping a baseball into its mouth. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Pecos League has agreed to a two year extension with the City of Alamogordo. The Pupfish will play in Griggs Park 2013-2014 seasons. “We are committed to stay in Alamogordo indefinitely. It is the best city in our league by far.” says Pecos League Commisioner Andrew Dunn. Continue reading
The Pecos League’s White Sands Pupfish have been banned from the Applebee’s restaurant in Alamogordo (NM), after several Pupfish players allegedly started a fight with a few members of a local men’s softball team. A police report was taken, but nobody was arrested. Read more here.
Despite opposition voiced by three passionate citizens on Tuesday night, the Alamagordo City Commission unanimously approved beer sales at Griggs Sports Complex, where the start-up Pecos League’s White Sands Pupfish will begin play in May. Read more here. On an interesting side note, the Roswell (NM) Invaders and Las Cruces (NM) Vaqueros from the Pecos will each play an exhibition Continue reading
The Alamogordo Daily News is in support of the new Pecos League’s White Sands Pupfish coming to Alamogordo (TX). The paper takes issue with those who argue that the level of ball will be “semi-pro” and not “professional,” and tries to dispel the rumor that the city is offering a financial incentive to entice the league to come to town. Read more here.
The traveling Coastal Kingfish from the upstart Pecos League are moving from El Paso to Alamogordo (NM). The team will be renamed the White Sands Pupfish. The club will remain a traveling team but will practice and play 10-20 games at the Griggs Sports Complex in their new home base community. The Kingfish were also a traveling team in the defunct Continental Baseball League. Read more here.