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Voyagers Selected by Sporting News for “Best Name in MiLB” Contest

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The Great Falls Voyagers were selected late last week for a contest by the Sporting News, to determine the best name in Minor League Baseball. 

In all thirty two  teams were selected and divided in two brackets, north and south, and will be voted on in a fan driven tournament vote. The first round of the tournament runs from Monday January 12th until 9am on Wednesday January 14th. 

The Voyagers are a heavily favored #3 seed taking on the #14 seeded Fredrick Keys in the opening round. 

You can visit the Voyagers Facebook page or www.sportingnews.com to cast you vote for the Voyagers and for the other fifteen (15) matchups starting this morning.


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