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Grand Junction City Council Approves Lease And Management Agreement For Minor League Baseball Team

Casper GhostsGrand Junction has received it’s early Halloween treat.

According to multiple media reports out of Grand Junction, Colorado, the city council has voted unanimously to approve a lease deal with the Monfort Group, which means the now former Casper Ghosts, are heading to western Colorado.

The team will change its name upon moving. Initial reports say they will be called the Grand Junction Rockies.

Grand Junction is currently upgrading the field that the team will play at, so that it will be ready when the season starts in June of 2012.

The city is also scheduled to host the Junior College World Series, in late May.

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