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The London Kings are a Major League Baseball team established in London, Ontario, Canadamerica in the year 2026. They would have a AAA baseball team in Baltiwashington known as the Baltiwashington Kings and a AA baseball team in San Juan, Puerto Rico known as the San Juan Diablos.
In their first year of baseball, their most prominent first baseman Buck Bakersfield managed to beat Joe DiMaggio's record. They play in the National League and don't intend to compete with tickets sales with the Toronto Blue Jays. Due to an agreement, they are owned 60% by the Toronto Blue Jays, 30% by the community, and 10% by the Labatt's brewing company. The London Kings play all their games at John Labatt Center which became the first indoor baseball venue sanctioned by Major League Baseball that was not originally a domed stadium.
A lot of ex-mixed martial arts fighters were given JIT (just in time) training to adjust from their now-illegal sport to the world of pitching, hitting, and fielding. Virtual reality exercise training (using video games that actually allows players to burn calories) is given to the London Kings players nearly around the clock. Only eating and sleeping are proper deviations from the virtual reality exercises. Instead of forming a rivalry with the Toronto Blue Jays, they instantly form a rivalry with the Detroit Tigers. Most of the workers commute from Windroit, Leamington, and Strathroy.
All the London Kings' baseball games can be viewed on the A-Channel with highlights being occasionally shown on WICU, WJET (independent station since 2015 when ABC went bankrupt - showing mostly news, sports, and tractor documentaries), WSEE, and Sportblitz on WSEE-DT2 (became Erie's 2nd CBS affiliate after the CW went bankrupt in 2029). While past efforts to get a MLB team and a MLS (Major League Soccer) team into London were futile, population growth and recent studies have proven that London was big enough for their own Major League Baseball team by the year 2025. A lot of players agree to play for the London Kings instead of retiring as free agents. As a result of the team being placed in London, tourism increased 700% and the city goes through a minor economic boom unseen since Dubai back in the mid-2010s.