Earlier Proposed League In Same Markets As Pecos League

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Baseball trivia question

In 2011 the Pecos League started its first season in the New Mexico/West Texas region.  Which proposed independent league in 2004 was supposed to play in the same markets?

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Answer:

The Southwestern League was supposed to revive the Arizona-Mexico League teams from 2003 and enter New Mexico markets.  They never played a game.

http://www.logoserver.com/Southwestern.html

http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/league.cgi?code=SWLG&class=C


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