Possible Virginia Beach Stadium For Atlantic League

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A recent news article came out about the city of Virginia Beach looking to construct a new stadium.  The article stated that the city intended to bring an Atlantic League team to the area.  Here is a link to the article:


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  1. Well it would make for a natural rival for the Loudon team, if that ever gets off the foundation blocks. The AL could then target for a 12 team league with at least one more franchise in Texas. Might water down all the leagues a bit doing that, yet bring more talented players to the upper leagues. Some lower affiliateds should be dropped…too costly for this economy, yet whatever the market can bear in the independents.

    If Rockland has another great season at the gate, they probably should try to move up into the AL. The CanAm can deal with it.

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