|League||Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs (2013)|
|Former name(s)||Hawaii Stars|
|Colors||Blue, red, white |
|Ownership||Hawaii Baseball LLC, Robert Young|
|Manager||Gary Templeton Jr|
The Hawaii Stars were an independent professional baseball team based out of Hilo, Hawaii. They were charter members of the Pacific Association of Professional Baseball Clubs. They played their home games at Wong Stadium in Hilo and competed along with the Na Koa Ikaika Maui, San Rafael Pacifics, and Vallejo Admirals. They were also members of the North American League before that league folded in 2012. The Stars were managed by Garry Templeton Jr. son of former Major League All-Star Garry Templeton.
The team shut down operations after playing the 2013 Pacific Association season due to the travel costs of bringing in the teams from Northern California.
- NAL lays out game plan for 2012, Baseball Digest, May 13, 2012
- "Hawaii Stars baseball team suspended - West Hawaii Today". westhawaiitoday.com.
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