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Atlantic League comes to Texas
Date: 4/25/2012 Album ID: 1458145
York Revolution prepare to defend their two-time Atlantic League championship in the State of Texas against the new ball team Sugar Land Skeeters. Randy Flaum photos
Reed Gunderson, left, Corporate Partnership Associate for the York Revolution, and  John Gibson, Assistant General Manager for the Revolution's Business Operations, help put rocking chairs together for the Sugar Land Skeeters Wednesday, April 25, 2012, as the two team prepare to open the season in Texas on Thursday, April 26. Randy Flaum photo
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Neil Fortier, Vice President of Business Development for the York Revolution help put rocking chairs together for the Sugar Land Skeeters Wednesday, April 25, 2012, as the two team prepare to open the season in Texas on Thursday, April 26. Randy Flaum photo
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York Revolution manager Andy Etchebarren gathers the team at the start of practice Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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Front view of Constellation Field, home of the Sugar Land, Texas, Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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Members of the York Revolution take batting practice during practice Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. The Texas state shaped video scoreboard has been the talk amoung local fans. Randy Flaum photo
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York Revolution pitchers Corey Thurman, right, and R.J. Rodriguez warm up during the team's practice session Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. Thurman is scheduled to be the Rev's opening game starting pitcher. Randy Flaum photo
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Matt O'Brien, left, Sugar Land Skeeter president, and Michael Kirk, Skeeter's Director of Operations, right, meet with York Revolution manager Andy Etchebarren while the Revs practice Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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York Revolution pitching coach Mark Mason hits fly balls during the team's practice Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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York Revolution pitchers Ian Thomas, left, and Stephen Penney warm up before the team begins practice Wednesday evening, April 25, 2012, at Constellation Field in Sugar Land, Texas. The two-time defending Atlantic League champions open defense of their crown Thursday, April 26, against the league's newest team the Skeeters. The Texas state shaped video scoreboard has been the talk amoung local fans. Randy Flaum photo
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A view of the Sugar Land Skeeters' stadium, Constellation Field seen from right field. Randy Flaum photo
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Former York Revolution President Matt O'Brien is now president of the new Sugar Land, Texas, SKeeters. Randy Flaum  photo
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A look behind home plate at Constellation Field, home of the Sugar Land Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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There are tables set up in front of the press box at Constellation Field, home of the Skeeters. Randy Flaum photo
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A view of inside the Sugar Land Skeeters' ball park, Constellation Field. One of the highlights is the Texas shape video scoreboard. Randy Flaum photo
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A close-up of the picnic seats has a Sugar Land Skeeter logo. Randy Flaum photo
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The Texas shape video scoreboard is one of the highlights at the Sugar Land Skeeters' stadium, Constellation Field. Randy Flaum photo
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The Sugar Land Skeeter's office is currently located in the Sugar Land Town Square which is about 3 miles from their stadium Constellation Field. Randy Flaum photo
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Statue of Stephen F. Austin is located in front of the Sugar Land, Texas, City Hall which is located in Sugar Land Town Square. Randy Flaum photo
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