Albuquerque Dukes
Albuquerque Dukes
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Période d'activité 1960-2000
Ligue Pacific Coast League
(1972-2000)
Stade Tingley Field (1960-1969)
Albuquerque Sports Stadium
(1969-2001)
Adresse Albuquerque

Les Albuquerque Dukes sont une ancienne franchise américaine de ligue mineure de baseball qui opéra en Pacific Coast League de 1972 à 2000 en remportant huit fois le titre.

Le nom d'Albuquerque Dukes fut porté par plusieurs formations de baseball. La première d'entre elles opéra en 1915, puis mis fin à ses activités après une seule saison.

La franchise la plus importante s'installa en 1960 à Albuquerque. Elle joue alors en Class-D Sophomore League avant de rejoindre en 1962 la Double-A Texas League. Affilié un temps aux Los Angeles Dodgers, la franchise adopte provisoirement le nom d'Albuquerque Dodgers.

En 1972, les Dukes sont admis en Triple-A Pacific Coast League. L'année même de son arrièvée dans cette ligue, les Dukes enlèvent le titre. En 2000, la franchise est vendue à un groupe d'investisseurs de Portland qui font déménager dans cette ville pour devenir les Portland Beavers.

En 2003, Albuquerque retrouve une équipe en Pacific Coast League avec les Albuquerque Isotopes.

Palmarès

Bibliographie

  • (en) O'Neal Bill, The Pacific Coast League 1903-1988., Austin TX, Eakin Press, 1990 ISBN 0-89015-776-6
  • (en) Snelling Dennis, The Pacific Coast League: A Statistical History, 1903-1957, Jefferson NC, McFarland & Company, Inc., 1995 ISBN 0-7864-0045-5.

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