Trois-Rivieres Aigles


The Trois-Rivières Aigles are a professional baseball team based in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada. The team plays in the Frontier League, an independent baseball league that is not affiliated with Major League Baseball.

The Aigles were founded in 2012 and are the second professional baseball team to play in Trois-Rivières. The city previously had a team in the Eastern League, the Double-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds, from 1971 to 1977.

The Aigles' nickname is "Aigles," which is French for "eagles." The eagle is a symbol of strength, power, and freedom. It is also a common symbol in the region of Quebec, where the eagle is often seen soaring overhead.

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