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Adirondack Lumberjacks

The Adirondack Lumberjacks were an independent professional baseball team based in Glens Falls, New York. The team moved to Bangor, Maine and became the Bangor Lumberjacks following the 2002 season. The team won the inaugural 1995 Northeast League Championship and the 2000 Northern League Championship.

Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs

The Albany-Colonie Diamond Dogs were an independent baseball league team based in Albany, New York from 1995 to 2002. The team played at Heritage Park in Colonie. The Diamond Dogs competed in the Northeast League from 1995–98 and then in the Northern League when the two leagues merged prior to the 1999 season. The Diamond Dogs won the Northern League Championship in 1999. Their mascot was "Homer the Heritage Hound", a dog named for Heritage Park. Due to financial woes and competition from the new Tri-City ValleyCats, the Diamond Dogs folded after the 2002 season.

Asheville Smoke

The team played in Asheville, North Carolina from 1998 to 2002. The Smoke were coached by Keith Gretzky from 1998 to 2000. Prior to the 1998 relocation to Asheville, the team was known as the Brantford Smoke. The closest rival of Asheville were the Knoxville Speed. Original employees of the team included President Dan Wilhelm and Assistant General Manager Jeff Young. Home games played in the Asheville Civic Center. For the years starting in 1998. 1999 and 2001, the team maintained an even record losing about the same number of games that they won. However, in the 2000 season, the team reco ...

Augusta Stallions

The Augusta Stallions were a professional Arena football team based in Augusta, Georgia. They were one of the 15 original teams to join the inaugural 2000 AF2 season. They started off in the American Conference, before switching to the Southeast Division in 2001, and then the Eastern Division in 2002. In their first year, Augusta went 13-3, made the playoffs, and had the best record in the American Conference. During the playoffs, the Stallions held off a very feisty Carolina Rhinos team that was looking to upset Augusta. During Week 2, however, they lost to the Tennessee Valley Vipers by ...

Ayr Scottish Eagles

The Ayr Scottish Eagles were a professional Scottish ice hockey club, from Ayr, Scotland. They were formed in 1996 and played their home games at the Centrum Arena. The team competed in the Ice Hockey Superleague and the clubs main sponsor was Barr Construction. The club folded during the 2002–03 season after a move to Braehead Arena.

B.C. Icemen

The B.C. Icemen were an ice hockey team in the United Hockey League. They played in Binghamton, New York, at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.


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  • Stockport Sports F.C. was a football club based in Woodley, Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. They were established in 1970 as Woodley Athletic
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  • Al - Rasheed Sports Club Arabic: نادي الرشيد الرياضي was an Iraqi sports club based in Karkh, Baghdad. Its professional football team played in the Iraqi
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  • The Sydney Sports Ground No. 1 was a Stadium and Dirt track racing venue in Sydney, New South Wales. The ground was located where the car park of the Sydney

Alabama Slammers (Womens American Football League)

Alabama Slammers was the name for a team in the Womens American Football League which played in the 2001-2002 season. They used both Guy Tucker Field in Birmingham, Alabama, and Max Luther Field in Huntsville, Alabama, as their home stadiums. The team was owned by Lloyd Leslie and had Mark Leslie as the head coach. They completed the reason with a 2-7 record, winning one game by forfeit.


Gulf Coast League Rangers

The Gulf Coast League Rangers, or GCL Rangers were a minor league baseball club in the Gulf Coast League between 1973 and 2002. The club was consistently competitive winning eight league championships and seven division titles, while only posting five losing seasons. The gteam originally played in Sarasota, Florida until 1987, when it relocated south to Port Charlotte, Florida. The team left the Gulf Coast League in 2003 for the Arizona League as exists today as the Arizona League Rangers.


New Haven Knights

The New Haven Knights were a professional ice hockey team and members of the United Hockey League from 2000 to 2002. They played in New Haven, Connecticut at the New Haven Coliseum, and were the last team to play at that venue, folding when the Coliseum closed in 2002.


Port Huron Border Cats

The Port Huron Border Cats were a minor league professional ice hockey team in the United Hockey League that played from 1996 to 2002. The team was based in Port Huron, Michigan, and played at the McMorran Arena. The team ceased operations in 2002.


San Angelo Outlaws

The San Angelo Outlaws are a defunct American minor professional ice hockey team that played in the Western Professional Hockey League from 1997 to 2001 and the Central Hockey League in the 2001–02 season. They were based in San Angelo, Texas and played their home games out of the San Angelo Coliseum. The WPHL ceased operations in 2001 and the Central Hockey League absorbed the remaining ten WPHL teams, including the Outlaws. One year later, the team was renamed to the San Angelo Saints.