Kalamazoo To Cease Operations For 2011

April 4, 2011 - Frontier League (FL) News Release

The Frontier League announced that it has reached an agreement with the Kalamazoo Kings for the Kings to cease operations for the 2011 season. The Kings are exploring their options for the 2012 season.

Kalamazoo Kings Owner, Bill Wright, says, "I appreciate the League allowing us to cease operations for the 2011 season. We have the opportunity to play in 2012, and we will explore all of our options. I also want to thank the City of Kalamazoo for working with us on this matter."

The Kalamazoo schedule will be inherited by the Rockford RiverHawks, and the Kalamazoo players have been assigned to Rockford. Rockford will open the 2011 season at home against the Traverse City Beach Bums on Friday, May 20.

"We would like to thank the fans of Kalamazoo for their support of the Kings over the past ten seasons," commented Frontier League Commissioner Bill Lee. "Kalamazoo is a great city, and we are hopeful that the Frontier League will return in the future."

More information on the Rockford RiverHawks can be found at www.rockfordriverhawks.com.

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