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American Association, Can-Am game broadcasts free via the Web

It’s always good to watch more baseball: The independent American Association and Can-Am League are live-streaming games from all ballparks across multiple platforms. The streaming is part of a partnership with InnovaTV for the 2014 season. Fans can view the games on indpendentprofessionalbaseball.com, which is compatible with desktop and laptop computers; a variety of Apple […]

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New for 2015: Ottawa Champions

We have a name for the new independent Can-Am League team playing out of Ottawa Stadium next season: the Ottawa Champions. Cheeky name, really, considering the team has yet to play a game. But that’s OK: most insiders didn’t give the Can-Am League much of a shot in landing the Ottawa Stadium lease, but the […]

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Wolff: We’re not ceding northeast to Diamond League

Can-Am League Commissioner Miles Wolff says his circuit will pursue some of the same markets currently eyed by the startup independent Diamond League, including four former Can-Am markets. Specifically listed by Wolff as being potential 2014 expansion markets for the independent Can-Am League: Atlantic City, N.J.; Worcester, Mass.; Sussex County, N.J.; Montreal and Ottawa. “We […]

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Can-Am League expands to Trois-Rivières for 2013

A new Trois-Rivières (Quebec) team in the independent Can-Am League was unveiled yesterday, as an ownership group that includes former major leaguer Eric Gagne met with the press. The ownership group includes Emmanuel Turcotte, Michel Côté, Miles Wolff, Marc-Andre Bergeron, the aforementioned Gagne and team president Jean-François Picard, according to the The Press. Trois-Rivières hosted a series in the […]

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League may take over Tornadoes

The independent Can-Am League may take over the Worcester Tornadoes a day after employees were locked out of offices and the team shop to satisfy a lien. Usually it’s the last gasp of a team when personnel are locked out of the office, so it’s no surprise Miles Wolff and crew are mapping their next […]

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No expansion on tap for American Association: Wolff

There are no plans for expansion in the independent American Association, reports commissioner Miles Wolff, as the league continues its focus on large markets and stable ownership groups. Visiting Fargo’s Newman Outdoor Field, Wolff addressed the issue of western Canadian teams joining the indy circuit — not likely, given the remote nature of Edmonton and […]

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