Update On Worcester And The Diamond League

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With last week’s announcement that Frank Boulton will head the new Diamond League, a developmental league likely to have its teams in the Northeast, one city has emerged in the conversation as a team.  Boulton mentioned that the odds of Worcester (MA) are good that the new league will get the stadium to use starting in 2014.

Here is the article, including a quote from Can-Am League commissioner Miles Wolff.  The Can-Am League had the Worcester Tornadoes in its league until last season, when the league had to step in to finish the season due to the ownership’s not paying vendors and other bills.


Worcester has been without a team this year.  Once confirmation of where Worcester ends up for the 2014 season (Diamond League, Can-Am, summer collegiate or other) then it will be posted on this site.


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  1. This better be secondary stuff that Boulton is working on, or else others in the Atlantic League are working on furthur expansion. I want to hear about that MORE than I want to hear about another fledgling teaching league. We really have enough of them already…just not in the NE.

    Keep on him and the AL about that. If that is to happen next year along with the addition of Loundon VA, they MUST announce it soon. The AL history is usually to take a full year to get a new team ready to go, and they REALLY want to expand more in Texas to give Sugarland a rival. That would make travel for the other eastern teams more sensible, making two stops, instead of dealing with 4 and 6 game series each trip.

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