The Yakima Bears have played their last game in Yakima.
The Bears' season ended with a 3-2 loss to Boise Wednesday night in Yakima County Stadium.
The Northwest League team now moves to Hillsboro, Oregon, where the city signed a 20-year licensing contract.
The Yakima Bears will now have to pick a new name and solicite bids for the naming rights to the new stadium, scheduled for groundbreaking in October.
The stadium will be ready for play by June 2013 for the team's 38 home games.
The city agreed to sell bonds to finance the $15 million stadium. No taxpayer money will be used pay for the new complex.
The city will rent the the stadium to the team for $150,000 a year with a 3 percent yearly increase over the life of the agreement.
When the team isn't using the stadium, Hillsboro will have access for football, lacrosse and soccer. The stadium will be built just to the south of the current Hillsboro football stadium.
"We already have the fields, we already have the infrastructure for the other stadium, so we were able to do it most efficiently," said Hillsboro Mayor Jerry Willey.
"It will have somewhere in the neighborhood of 4,500 seats, we'll have a standing room only area, and a berm that will be family-friendly where people can spread their blankets, said Mary Loftin, Community Resources Manager with Hillsboro Parks and Recreation.
Once the stadium is built it will have an annual economic impact to the city of about $5 million.