Sky Sox leaving Colorado for San Antonio

It has been a rough couple of years for fans of the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. First they lost their affiliation with the Colorado Rockies a few years back, and now they are about to lose their triple-a status as well. 

According to KRDO: 

The Elmore Sports Group today announced plans to relocate the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox to San Antonio, Texas for the 2019 season, and will move the Short Season Rookie-level Helena Brewers from Helena, Montana to Colorado Springs.

The rookie-level club will be members of the Pioneer Baseball League and will continue to play as the Colorado Springs Sky Sox at Security Service Field, where over the past 12 years, the Elmore Sports Group has committed over $10 million in capital improvements, including the installation of a new state-of-the-art HD video board and a new field lighting system.

The 30-year run of Triple-A baseball in Colorado Springs will end after next season. 

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