The Colorado Springs Sky Sox are the Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies and play in 8,500 seats at Security
Service Field. The Sky Sox franchise is an original member of the Pacific Coast League, which was founded in 1903. The franchise operated in Portland, OR (Browns 1903-1917) was relocated to Sacramento, CA (Solons 1918-1960) was relocated again to Honolulu, HI (Islanders1961-1987) then moved to Colorado Springs (1988-present). The name "Sky Sox” was adopted in honor of Colorado Springs' Western League Sky Sox (Class A affiliate of the Chicago White Sox) that played at Memorial Park from 1950 through 1958. When Colorado was awarded a Major League franchise, the new Rockies arranged for the Sky Sox to become their AAA affiliate. From 1993 through the present, Colorado Springs has
been the top affiliate of the Colorado Rockies.
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