Tucson Sidewinders

The Tucson Sidewinders (1998–2008) were a minor league baseball team based in Tucson, Arizona. The team, which played in the Pacific Coast League, was the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks major-league club.

The Sidewinders played in Tucson Electric Park, located on the south side of Tucson. In June 2007, Jay Zucker of Tucson Baseball LLC announced the sale of the Tucson Sidewinders to SK Baseball LLC for $15 M. SK Baseball relocated the team to Aces Ballpark in Reno, Nevada for the 2009 season, where they became the Reno Aces.

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