Ohio Completes a Move to Cincinnati

The Ohio Oxen have completed a move across the state to Cincinnati, leaving their long-time home in the northern Ohio city of Toledo.

The move to the southern Ohio metro city, the largest in the state, keeps them in Ohio and puts the 2016 Bull Cup championship team in a larger market.

Details for their new stadium have not yet been announced, but the ballpark will likely overlook the Ohio River and the city of Covington, on the Kentucky side.

GM Dylan Maccarone is said to be pleased with the move.

The club’s AAA-level Cow League team, the Toledo Tornadoes, will remain in Toledo and likely play in the club’s former stadium.

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