Milwaukee-based MKE Sports and Entertainment has released the five finalists for new summer collegiate Prospect League franchise in Lafayette (IN). The names include: Generals, Legends, Ax Men, Lightning, and Aviators. Read more here. Fans can vote here for their favorite team name. Thanks to Mark Tobin for the heads up.
The names and logos have been unveiled for the three teams that will take up residence at $12-million Jimmy John’s Field being built in Utica (MI) by Rochester-based General Sports and Entertainment. The United Shore Baseball League’s Birmingham Bloomfield Beavers, Eastside Diamond Hoppers and Utica Unicorns will begin play in 2016. Read more and view photo here. Watch unveiling here.
Team logos unveiled, United Shore Professional Baseball League Facebook photo
PRESS RELEASE – The Louisville Bats unveiled new logos and uniforms to be used for the 2016 season and beyond Monday afternoon at Louisville Slugger Field. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Bats majority owners Stuart and Jerry Katzoff were on hand for the announcements revealing the first significant image change for the organization since before the 2002 season when the Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Laconia Muskrats, a longtime member of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL) located in the Lakes Region in New Hampshire, have announced a team name change; beginning today, the organization will now be known as the Winnipesaukee Muskrats, as announced by Kristian Svindland, newly appointed General Manager of the organization. Continue reading
The Syracuse Chiefs (Triple-A, International League) have unveiled new alternative logos and colors that align with the parent club but also offer a throw back to the team’s unis of the 1930s. Read more and view logos here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Texas League of Professional Baseball Clubs announced today the creation of a new logo for the eight-team Double-A league. One of the most historic of all of the Minor Leagues, the Texas League has been in operation since 1888. Continue reading
The Richmond RiverRats (Summer Collegiate, Prospect League) announced in October that they were pulling out of McBride Stadium in Richmond (IN), but it didn’t take long to fill the void. The new Richmond Jazz (Summer Collegiate, Great Lakes League) will be taking their place. Read more here.