Trump out as Giants owner. pic.twitter.com/zDyEvCUHYv
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) September 27, 2015
June 22, 2010, History is made in Jersey City as Kenneth "The Punisher" Payne belts Home Run #700 in an 8-4 Phoenix Fire win!
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) November 24, 2014
Jersey City Giants owner Donald Trump held an announcement ceremony on the eve of Spring Training at a location in The Bronx today. There, the owner was flanked by the mayor of New York City and officials from the ULB, including Commissioner Steve Greenberg. Trump announced that the Giants would be moving to a new ballpark to be built in the Ferry Point area in the Bronx. Sitting at the foot of the Whitestone Bridge in the Bronx, it will be designed specifically to take advantage of spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline, East River, and Whitestone and Throgs Neck Bridges.
Trump expressed his gratitude to the city of Jersey City, NJ and hopes that fans will continue to support the club after they move across the Hudson to The Big Apple.
“The Giants are going Big Time in New York City, and we will dominate the rest of the league with an exceptional General Manager, Staff and players. This move will allow us to increase revenue and put this team not just at a National stage, but a Global stage.” said the eccentric owner.
Fans on the street weren’t as impressed.
“Nah, ain’t gonna be following Trump’s G’s in N Y C. We still got the Devils, I guess.” said one fan, mad at another sports franchise abandoning New Jersey.
Salt Lake Bees defeat Jersey City Giants 7-3 in Game 6, will head to Union Cup to face the Charlotte Eagles!
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) October 8, 2014
Two of the four Divisional Cups have gone to a 7th game, which will be decided tonight. Meanwhile the Charlotte Eagles and Jersey City Giants wait in the on deck circle for looming League Championship Cup Series. The Eagles swept the defending Union Cup Champions in their series with the San Jose Jedi, while the Jersey City Giants again look to move on after sweeping the Buffalo Blizzard. The Oklahoma City RedHawks are looking to avoid another Divisional Cup record after setting a ULB record for the most regular season wins in the 19 year history of the league. A first round playoff defeat to the St. Paul Saints would surely tarnish that historical achievement. Meanwhile the New Orleans Pelicans are looking to finish off the Salt Lake Bees and move on to face their Divisional Rival. Tonight’s Game Seven looms large for all four teams, but only two will move on in their quest to win the Union Cup.
The San Jose Jedi are your 2008 Union Cup Champions!
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) July 15, 2014
It will be the Jersey City Giants vs the San Jose Jedi in the 2008 Union Cup!
— Official ULB (@ULB_Commish) July 13, 2014