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This is Your Chance to Name El Paso’s Triple-A Team

Owners of the Mountain Start Sports Group announced the acquisition of the Tucson Padres. The press conference took place at the Plaza Theatre with the presence of Mayor John Cook and a visit from the Pacific Coast League's President, Branch B

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The Sale of the Tucson Padres to El Paso Group is now Official

As I type this, there is a press conference taking place at the Plaza theater in downtown El Paso. The Mountain Star Sports group, Mayor John Cook, and PCL President Branch Rickey are all on hand to make the official announcement that the sale of the Tucson Padres to the El Paso group is now complete.

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Get Familiar with Triple-A Baseball and the Pacific Coast League

It hasn't even been 24 hours since Mayor John Cook decided not to veto the vote for a $50 million baseball park after city council voted 4-3 in favor of the contract between the city and Mountain Star Group. So now that it's official that El Paso will play ball, take time to get to know a league that's coming to a downtown near you!

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Mayor John Cook’s Official Statement Against Vetoing Partnership With Mountain Star Sports Group and Downtown Ballpark

Shortly after noon, Mayor John Cook announced on ABC-7 that he would not exercise his right to veto Tuesday's city council decision.

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Downtown Ballpark: A Marathon City Council Meeting

Yesterday's City Council meeting was headlined by the downtown ballpark vote, and discussion began around 11am. By the time things wrapped up, it was 6:15pm and some people spent as much as 10 hours at City Hall.

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Future of Downtown Ballpark Now Lies in Mayor Cook’s Hands

The proponents of a downtown El Paso baseball park stood and cheered as if they were witnessing a game winning home run when the El Paso City Council voted to enter into a contract with the Mountain Star Sports Group.

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Downtown El Paso Ballpark: Next Tuesday’s Big Vote

When City Council approved the new $50 million downtown ballpark with a 6-2 vote on June 26th, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that Triple-A baseball was coming to El Paso by 2014. However, with mounting opposition to the ballpark's City Hall location, there is a growing concern that plans to build the new stadium might get scrapped.

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Political Baseball: Crowd Lashes Out at Byrd, Ballpark [OPINION]

The conference room at the Nolan Richardson Rec Center was almost packed. Seeing two of El Paso's finest in uniform was a clue as to how this would go, as was the fact that there was a lot more gray hair in the audience than any other color

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By Crystal Dominguez
By Crystal Dominguez
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Will Your Loyalty Change When Triple-A Baseball Arrives?

When did you become a baseball fan? What's your earliest memory? Why is your team your team? Could that change based on the relocation of another? Come 2014, El Pasoans may shift their loyalty in the major leagues as Triple-A makes its debut.

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The Iceman in Rome at the Colosseum.
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Icetime – Rangers, Triple-A Baseball, Olympics, and More

Welcome to another addition of 'Icetime' with the Iceman Brandon Cohn.

Today's topics include the Pacific Coast League approving the move of  the Tuscon Padres to El Paso, the Olympics, the Rangers aqusition of pitcher Ryan Dempster, and Nationals pitcher Stephen Strasberg

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