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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.
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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John Cook
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El Paso Mayor John Cook Reconsidering His Stance On Triple A Baseball

When Mayor John Cook spoke publicly to David Crowder from El Paso Inc. about the return of affiliated baseball in El Paso, his comments were not what many expected. Mayor Cook implied that if the new proposed downtown ballpark's Hotel Occupancy Tax funding does not get passed in November, he would veto the entire project.

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Steve Kaplowitz Andy Lee
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Updating Steve and Andy’s Bets

Since my arrival at ESPN El Paso in May of 2008, I have engaged Steve in a few wagers.  It started with a lunch bet in the Summer of 2008.  I didn't think Manny Ramirez would be traded from Boston, and Steve was sure he would be traded

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Triple A
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El Paso Triple A Baseball In Hands of PCL

The future of affiliated baseball and a El Paso downtown ballpark is now in the hands of Minor League baseball. Yesterday in Dallas, Mountain Star Sports Group presented to the Pacific League their plan to bring Triple A baseball to El Paso.

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(image courtesy of ballparkdigest.com)
(image courtesy of ballparkdigest.com)
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A New Website could be Another Sign that Triple-A Baseball is Coming to El Paso

Leonard Martinez at kvia.com first broke this story, but the website elpasopadres.com was created on June 7th and registered to Franklin Mountain Management.

According to state records, Franklin Mountain Manage

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This is the proposed site of the downtown ballpark.  (Photo courtesy of elpasotimes.com)
This is the proposed site of the downtown ballpark. (Photo courtesy of elpasotimes.com)
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Triple A Baseball – What’s Next?

Now that City Council approved the new downtown ballpark by a 6-2 vote, some people are wondering what's next?

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Paul Foster
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The City of El Paso and the MountainStar Sports Group Will Enter a Partnership: What does that mean?

Now that the city council has passed a proposal to build a downtown ballpark, a lot of people are wondering, 'who will pay for what?'

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(image courtesy of ballparkdigest.com)
(image courtesy of ballparkdigest.com)
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El Paso City Council Votes 6-2 to Approve Funding for Downtown Ballpark

El Paso is one step closer to having affiliated baseball for the first time in nearly a decade. Following the 'If you build it they will come' model made popular in the 1989 film 'Field of Dreams,' the El Paso City Council voted 6-2 this afternoon to approve funding for a ballpark that will occupy the very site the votes were cast.

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Image courtesty of utep.edu
Image courtesty of utep.edu
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UTEP President Diana Natalicio’s Letter in Support of Triple A Baseball in El Paso

UTEP President Dr. Diana Natalicio has never hidden her love of baseball, especially her beloved St. Louis Cardinals.  I don't know if this is still the case, but for years her business card looked more like a baseball trading card

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