Colorado Springs Mayor sends letter to MLB insisting to keep Vibes

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COLORADO SPRINGS — As the Rocky Mountain’s Vibes Baseball teams’ future is up in the air, the Colorado Springs Mayor wrote a letter to the MLB Commissioner to keep the Vibes in action.

Mayor John Suthers said he is in opposition to the Major League Baseball’s proposal to eliminate 42 Minor League baseball clubs. He went on to say that the community treasures having the ability to attend these affordable, family-friendly Minor League games.

The MLB and the Minor League Baseball are in the earliest stages of negotiations.

“I do not believe that eliminating this century-old system is in the best interest of baseball or the communities that these minor league teams call home,” Suthers wrote in the letter.

Check out the Vibes President and General Manager Chris Phillips reading a statement here.

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