Former Independent Baseball Stadium On Radar For Atlantic League 2

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Ballpark Digest earlier this week came out with an article about the debt on Skylands Park, former home of the Sussex Skyhawks (Can-Am League), being sold.  A tax lien was purchased by a third-party for investment purposes.  The article quoted Frank Boulton, CEO of the Atlantic League, regarding interest in the stadium for the proposed Atlantic League 2.  That league, not yet formed, has been speculated as being a “feeder” or “developmental” league to the main Atlantic League teams.  Boulton indicated that the Atlantic League 2 project is scheduled for 2014.


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  1. Been there once! Good ball park for this kind of endeavor. Quiet back woods NW Jersey should like having potential almost MLBers there, as they had an awful time keeping a rookie team from the NY-Penn League happy there. Would LOVE to see the Sussex Skyhawks name and logo revived, if the CanAm doesn’t have a patent on it. That was SHARP! and I’m bummed I never got a logo tee shirt from them. Why keep it, unless of course they get a cut in the promotion.

    Awkward trip to make to possibly also play in Atlantic City where the Surf might be resurrected…my “home town team” somewhat. But the travel would be worth it. Wonder where else the AL2 can go? They are only thinking of four teams to start, aren’t they? Maybe NOW I can get them to try out Dover DE at Wesley or Del State.

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