What's next? Not sure.
Dakota Diesel hockey. Omaha Dakota Diesel hockey. Have their logo be the front of a big rig with a mean grill.
New England Colonials.
A National League brand for the Boston region,....and why not the Carolinas? East Coast Colonials would be a neat two-place team. Imagine two beautiful baseball chapels of some 35,000 butt plates. MLB will get it's toes more proudly into other markets. No minor league team shakeups necessary. How neat would it be for Carolinians to enjoy watching their minor leaguers come up in person? A Colonials and Mudcats and Bats fan. Oh my. What if minor league teams were located very near their big league papa? Imagine the farm system being farm to table. Farm to plate.
North Country Lumberjacks. <----click on this.
Or would this make for a good CFL stadium barnstormy NFL team representing all of Canada? I also like names like Canadian Power and Nord Force.
Southlakes hockey in the NHL would work for Atlanta. Share a retooled and co-located Panthers, and rebrand them as the Southlakes Fishermen. Apparel galore. $.
Especially with San Diego being freed up as a market in both types of football, a West Coast named brand beckons. Instead of a second Los Angeles anything, I would enjoy any number of West Coast two-place teams (if not just in name) including markets such as Inland Empire, Sacramento, Portland, Oakland, Seattle, and even Honolulu or Anchorage. Oakland, wouldn't you spare some part of your Athletics, if you shared baseball with Las Vegas or Portland?
Also in baseball, a Southland Band share representing some combo of musical cities as New Orleans, Memphis, Nashville and Charlotte is a thought. Atlanta monopoly has gotten boring.
What say you? A Midland brand. A tag team like the Oklahoma Omaha Pilots?