PRESS RELEASE – The Southwest League of Professional Baseball has announced that the new Waco professional team will be called the Waco “BlueCats”. The name “BlueCats” received a majority of the votes from over 1,800 submissions. The team also announced their website at www.wacobluecats.com, which will be live on December 2. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – The Goldklang Group today announced that Michael D. Goldklang has agreed to join the Group as General Counsel and Senior Vice President. Based at the Group’s headquarters in New Jersey, Mr. Goldklang will oversee legal matters relating to its member clubs and will be involved in other aspects of the Group’s operations, including new business opportunities. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Chillicothe Paints, presented by Adena Health System, will play their 25th season in 2017. To kick off the silver anniversary celebration, the club is introducing a special logo and a season ticket offer. Continue reading
Home-field advantage didn’t help the Texas Rangers in last month’s playoffs. But on Tuesday, it landed them a new $1 billion, retractable roof stadium. Read more here.
The Wichita (KS) City Council on Tuesday is scheduled to set a public hearing in December on a proposal to expand an existing STAR bond redevelopment area along the Arkansas River to take in the stadium site, with an eye toward generating tens of millions of dollars in funding to pay for a new ballpark. Read more here.
Underneath the left- and right-field bleachers at Wrigley Field are tributes to the Chicago Cubs’ greatest players and the team’s greatest moments, often overlooked attractions in the expanded and upgraded seating area that can supplement the traditional outfield fan experience. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – The Lancaster JetHawks, High-A California League, announced today a new Player Development Contract with the Colorado Rockies. The agreement is for two years and will span the 2017 and 2018 seasons. The Rockies become the fifth affiliate in the JetHawks franchise history, replacing the Houston Astros who had been affiliated with the JetHawks for the past eight seasons. Continue reading