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September 24, 1992
The Angels will switch their triple-A team from Edmonton to Vancouver for at least two seasons beginning in 1993, the club announced Wednesday. The Vancouver Canadians, a Pacific Coast League team since 1978 and part of the Chicago White Sox organization since 1989, reached a two-year agreement with the Angels, who had been affiliated with Edmonton since 1983. The Trappers won the PCL title in 1984.
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September 24, 1992
The Angels will switch their triple-A team from Edmonton to Vancouver for at least two seasons beginning in 1993, the club announced Wednesday. The Vancouver Canadians, a Pacific Coast League team since 1978 and part of the Chicago White Sox organization since 1989, reached a two-year agreement with the Angels, who had been affiliated with Edmonton since 1983. The Trappers won the PCL title in 1984.
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August 27, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
This is where the fun stops. This is where the young ones up from double A learn the not-so-subtle difference between team spirit and supply and demand. This is where veterans see every year of service as a year against them. This is where the men sent down from the big time brood. Packed with players just a torn muscle and a phone call away from the major leagues, triple A is a kind of baseball purgatory--arrival is good, a long stay is nearly unbearable.
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August 27, 1989 | STEVE LOWERY, Times Staff Writer
This is where the fun stops. This is where the young ones up from double A learn the not-so-subtle difference between team spirit and supply and demand. This is where veterans see every year of service as a year against them. This is where the men sent down from the big time brood. Packed with players just a torn muscle and a phone call away from the major leagues, triple A is a kind of baseball purgatory--arrival is good, a long stay is nearly unbearable.
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August 11, 1988 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
The owner of the Edmonton Oilers, who was burned in effigy by one fan here for trading Wayne Gretzky to the Kings, said Wednesday that moments before the biggest deal in hockey history was announced, he gave Gretzky the chance to call it off.
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