Ari Segal, the president of business operations for the San Diego Gulls, says the team’s
games will  t that gap between the end of football and the beginning of baseball. For sports
fans, the games come at a competitive price point versus other entertainment options.

Ari Segal, the president of business operations for the San Diego Gulls, says the team’s games will  t that gap between the end of football and the beginning of baseball. For sports fans, the games come at a competitive price point versus other entertainment options. Photo by Melissa Jacobs.

— Seven minor league hockey teams have tried to make it in San Diego since 1944, none lasting much more than a decade and many folding as their leagues shut down...

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