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Tigua Tribe looking to buy stadium from city for baseball team
Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012
of Texas is looking to buy a stadium from the city of El Paso in order to keep its minor league baseball team in town.
El Paso Diablos
play at Cohen Stadium. But a Triple-A team is coming to town and a non-compete clause would bar the Diablos from using the stadium past 2016.
The city can get around the clause by selling the stadium to the tribe. A council member said a decision hasn't been made about the future of the facility.
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