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Getting to CHS Field

American Association Approves New Team In Rosemont, IL For 2018

ST. PAUL, MN May 15, 2017

American Association commissioner Miles Wolff announced that Rosemont, Ill., was granted an expansion membership in a unanimous vote of league directors on Tuesday, May 9. The club, owned by Steven Gluckstern and Shawn Hunter, will begin play in May 2018 in a new $55-million, 6,300-seat stadium.

Gluckstern was previously a co-owner of the National Hockey League's New York Islanders and Phoenix Coyotes. Hunter has prior sports experience as president of the Phoenix Coyotes, as well as AEG Sports and the Deportivo Chivas soccer club.

"With a superb new facility and strong ownership, Rosemont will be a tremendous addition to our league," Wolff commented. "We're excited to have another league member in the Chicagoland area, and look forward to bringing the American Association's exciting brand of baseball to Rosemont."

Beginning its 12th season on May 18, the independent American Association plays a 100-game regular season with clubs throughout the central United States and Canada.