Ultimate Baseball League For 2012?

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A new league is supposedly looking to start in the Johnstown area (former home of the Frontier League’s Johnstown Steal and Johnstown Johnnies).  It is being discussed for 2012, although not much has been declared about the league including cities other than Johnstown which would be in consideration.

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  1. It’ll never happen. The town has a history of apathy and failure to try to do something like this again. For some reason, baseball isn’t welcome there. Only 20 some home games won’t make a blip on the radar of indy baseball. The only hope this town has of a team is with an affiliated team supported by MLB…maybe getting into the New York-Penn league, which would be totally logical. Then the curious and the bored might come out to watch a few innings. Hey, even the Pirates are doing badly and may soon move…it’s almost happened! I only see Altoona overcoming the odds against them in that area. Good work. It’s got to be a pipe dream with only one flood prone town to use as a starting “block.” Who does use that stadium? They did build it, and they didn’t come. That’s a switch.

    And doesn’t the United Baseball League have rights to those letters being used in the logo? Not that there would be much confusion.

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