PORTLAND -- The Portland Beavers played their final game at downtown PGE Park on Monday with an uncertain future ahead.
The Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres was left without a place to play when the city won a bid to attract Major League Soccer. After renovations to the stadium, the Portland Timbers begin play next year.
Except for a few scattered years, the Beavers have been a part of Portland since 1903. But because MLS wanted a soccer-specific stadium, that meant the Beavers were without a home.
And now they are up for sale.
Some fans wore black to Monday's season finale against the Las Vegas 51s, which the Beavers won 6-5.