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  1. So the following farm teams are both not geographically close and do not have direct flights between each other. How would you better realign the following teams? Do a parent/farm swap? Or move a farm team closer to their parent team? AAA • Rochester Red Wings with the Twins • El Paso Chihuahuas with the Padres • Fresno Grizzlies with the Nationals • Oklahoma City Dodgers with the Dodgers • San Antonio Missions with the Brewers • Wichita Wind Surge with the Marlins AA • Hartford Yard Goats with the Rockies • Richmond Flying Squirrels with the Giants • Biloxi Shuckers with the Brewers • Jackson Generals with the Diamondbacks • Pensacola Blue Wahoos with the Twins • Rocket City Trash Pandas with the Angels • Amarillo Sod Poodles with the Padres • Arkansas Travelers with the Mariners • Midland Rockhounds with the A's • Tulsa Drillers with the Dodgers
  2. Realistically, wouldn't relocation be the better option for a team coming to Houston? Phoenix, I'd go with.
  3. Has anyone considered doing concept ideas for the following leagues? WNBA (Women's National Basketball Association) NWHL (National Women's Hockey League) MLR (Major League Rugby) MLL (Major League Lacrosse) AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League)
  4. Montreal Expos (Washington Nationals) vs. Virginia Fury (Houston Astros)
  5. I recall also reading that some MILB teams could become more geographically aligned with their big league counterpart. If this is the case, who can you see being moved around and to where?
  6. Since it seems that the most generic nicknames are of the Defenders, Dragons, Battlehawks, and Wildcats, what nickname would have you given DC, Seattle, St. Louis, and Los Angeles?
  7. With the current mulling of the Orioles moving to Nashville, would you consider doing a concept on them?
  8. Realistically, no. At least I hope not. Would prefer cities like Austin, Portland, or San Antonio. What about Tuscon?
  9. @SFGiants58 Will you by chance be doing concepts on any of the following teams that could have been called something different? Arizona Diamondbacks Coyotes Phoenix Rattlers Scorpions Source: Kansas City Royals Batmen Bovines Canaries Caps Capsules Cowpokes Mules Plowboys Pythons Eagles Kings Stars Source: Florida (Miami) Marlins Flamingos Manatees Source: New York Mets Avengers Bees Burros Continentals Empires Islanders Jets NYBS Rebels Skyliners Skyscrapers Source: Seattle Mariners Centurions Schooners Seagulls Seatacs Sovereigns Sultans Totems Utopians Source: Toronto Blue Jays Abners Algonquins Bears Beavers Blue Birds Blue Shoes Blue Sox Blues Canadians Hogtowners Iroquois Orangemen Towers Trilliums Wildcats Source:
  10. @SFGiants58 After you complete your MLB Defunct series, will you be moving on to the NHL, NBA, NFL, and/or MLS?
  11. You put down 1977 next to them, unless those dates don't matter anymore?
  12. The user put specific years next to the team. Carolina has 1995 next to them. The year works out. Also, I couldn't think of anything that doesn't involve meteorology or aviation, haha. Colorado has 1977 next to it. So said franchise got to the Rapids monkier long before the current MLS team. Also, I couldn't think of anything else for them, haha.
  13. Montreal Citadelles Colorado Rapids New York Boroughs San Francisco Fog Carolina Hurricanes Vancouver Volcanoes Winnipeg Freeze (this one was difficult) Toronto Hogs
  14. For filling in the two gaps for the NE and the West, could you see teams in either Hartford, Bridgeport, Providence, Quebec City, London, or Halifax for the NE Division? And Reno, Spokane, Fresno, Portland, Boise, or SLC for the West Division?