(AP) - Hillsboro is another step closer to bringing the Yakima Bears Northwest League team to the city next summer. The city council approved a naming rights agreement Tuesday night for the proposed 4,500-seat stadium
It’s almost official: the Bears are leaving the Valley. The Hillsboro City Council held a special meeting Tuesday and approved a conditional license agreement with the Short Season, LLC, the owners of the Yakima Bears
It is no secret that the Yakima Bears are looking for a new home after the Yakima County Stadium contract ends in 2015. Now the city of Hillsboro, Oregon, is considering a stadium for Single-A baseball
While Major League Baseball is underway, we are still a month and a half away from seeing the Yakima Bears take the field. The team is here for another season, but management has made no secret about its intention to get a ne
In this exclusive interview, Yakima Bears General Manager K.L. Wombacher talks about tonight's opening night at Yakima County Stadium, the Bear's 2011 Team, and the team's planned move to Vancouver, WA.
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