Question As To Kalamazoo Kings Status

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The Kalamazoo Kings are listed on the Frontier League’s 2011 schedule, but there are several questions as to the team’s status.  Here is more information:

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  1. They say that where there is smoke, then there is probably a fire. Would the opposite also be true? No, smoke in Kalamazoo means there will be no fire at Homer Stryker in the future, at least not in the FL. Yes, attendance has always been weak there, and they are deep in the shadows of a couple of affiliated franschises that are doing much better. Maybe the Kings should go to a lower level of ball, summer college league perhaps. Had nice logo and uniforms, too.

    The Frontier has plenty of options to replace the Kings quickly, and not upset the schedule too badly. Maybe they now invite Lake County into the mix. With a new stadium ready to accept a hungry populace, they should do well in the FL. And there must be burnt bridges left behind with Rockford. Is Schaumberg dead?

    They probably do not want to revive the Midwest Sliders as a mostly travel team, but the league could probably carry that, and some dates could be worked out again at Eastern Michigan U. and other colleges with decent playing venues. Maybe even the nearby affiliated teams could offer some of their open dates.

    Should be interesting to see how this is resolved…who’s lying and who’s not.

  2. 2010 was my 1st season as a season ticket holder and i just got the money to buy my season tickets for 2011 for christmas and am praying they will stay.


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