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The Akron Aeros are a minor league baseball team based in Akron, Ohio, USA. They play in Canal Park, located in downtown Akron, which could easily absorb a grand sum of 9,097 fans. The team, which plays in the Eastern League, is the Double-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians major-league club and the AAA affiliate of the Buffalo Bisons. The Aeros are managed by Mike Sarbaugh.
Minor league baseball is a hierarchy of professional baseball leagues in North America that compete at levels below the Major League Baseball. All the minor leagues are operated as independent businesses having agreements to operate as affiliates of Major League Baseball. Several leagues, known as independent leagues, do not have any links whatsoever to Major League Baseball, and thus they can not act as members of Minor League Baseball.
The franchise began play in 1980 in Lynn, Massachusetts, where it attained the name of the Lynn Sailors. After four seasons the team moved northward to Burlington, Vermont. From 1984 through 1987, the Vermont Reds remained as the affiliates of Cincinnati's major-league club, and in 1988, they became the Vermont Mariners for one year when Seattle picked up the franchise. During that time, the team made the playoffs every year, and won three straight Eastern League titles from 1984 to 1986.
In 1989, the team moved to Canton, Ohio, becoming the Indians' affiliate, and played at Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium as the Canton-Akron Indians, one of many entities to use the names of both cities. The Little Indians made another five straight playoff appearances from 1989 to 1993, and won the regular-season title in 1992. However, they were never successful at bringing home a league championship trophy which temporarily seemed to be a hard luck but it never hampered the spirits of the players as they had the spark to ignite the baseball fans.
On November 22, 1994, Agganis signed a lease agreement with the city of Akron keeping in mind the notion to relocate the club to that city. It took another two years to build the new Canal Park, which resulted in the extensive activity of selecting the architects, acquiring the land for proper extension and later on the demolition of the Anthony Wayne Hotel which was constructed quite close to the new stadium site. Groundbreaking was held on January 5, 1996, while the construction of the stadium was completed in February 1997. Meantime, the new Aeros nickname had been chosen in November 1996 over the other choices, Spirit and Quest.
In their first three seasons in Canal Park, the Aeros led all of double-A in attendance, becoming the first team at that level to draw a half-million fans in a single season. They continue to lead the Eastern League and were placed high in minor-league baseball every year.
In the 1998 season, the Aeros put together a 30-game worst-to-first turnaround. However, after losing in the playoffs that year, it would be three more years until the Aeros found their way back to the post season. In 2002, the team posted a 93-48 record, the third-highest win total in the Eastern League in 50 years. They built on that success and finally won two league championships in 2003 and 2005. In 2006 the Aeros again posted the best regular-season record in the league, but lost the playoff title to Portland after taking the series to a deciding fifth game.
Since long, various sports teams have been in league with the many other major leagues that become a great support to them. Each league affiliated with Minor League Baseball is composed of teams that are independently owned and operated, with the exception of the Mexican League; some affiliations stay relatively constant, while others change from year to year. For example, the Omaha Royals have been the Class AAA affiliate of the Kansas City Royals they joined the American League in 1969, but the Columbus Clippers changed affiliations for the 2007 season from the New York Yankees to the Washington Nationals.
However, a small number of minor league teams are directly owned by their major-league parent. The purpose of the system is to develop players available to play in the major leagues on demand. Today, 20 minor baseball leagues operate with 246 member clubs in large, medium, and small towns, as well as the suburbs of major cities, across the United States and Canada.
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