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Muckdogs to Waldorf: Not So Fast?

Batavia Muckdogs LogoInitial reports about the latest rumor said a minority-led group purchased the Batavia Muckdogs (Single-A, New York-Penn League) and wants it to move to Waldorf (MD).  And that’s where a sort of spider web of overlapping baseball intrigue begins to occur for the potential move.  Read more here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the link.

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Yard Goats Yard Opening Another Month Away

Hartford Yard Goats LogoKey officials met Wednesday to determine the next steps for opening Dunkin’ Donuts Park, and it wasn’t good news.  The head of the Hartford Stadium Authority, after touring the $63 million ballpark earlier in the day, said he thought the stadium was a month away from being ready for baseball.  Read more here.

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Spinners Reportedly Sold to Heller

Lowell Spinners LogoLowell Spinners (Single-A, New York-Penn League) owner Drew Weber has reportedly signed a purchase-and-sale agreement to sell the team to Dave Heller of Main Street Baseball LLC.  Read more here.

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The Ballpark History of TCU Baseball

TCU LogoAs Texas Christian University (TCU) baseball players step foot into their newly renovated $7.5 million ballpark facilities, it seems impossible that this same program was nearly dropped from the athletic department in 2000.  Read more and view photos here.

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Renegades, CornBelters, Osprey Unveil 2016 Promo Schedules

Hudson Valley Renegades LogoCornbelters LogoMissoula Osprey Secondary LogoThe Hudson Valley Renegades (Single-A, New York-Penn League), Normal CornBelters (Independent Professional, Frontier League), and Missoula Osprey (Rookie, Pioneer League) have unveiled their 2016 promotional schedules.  View Renegades schedule here.  View CornBelters schedule here.  View Osprey schedule here.

Hudson Valley Renegades  unveil 2016 promo schedule

Hudson Valley Renegades unveil 2016 promo schedule

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Eyeing New Home for Seacoast Mavs

Seacoast Mavericks LogoUSA Training Center is eyeing land in Brentwood (NH) for a possible 2,000- to 3,000-seat baseball stadium with four fields for amateur baseball, along with additional retail development.  The facility would provide home fields for the USA Mavericks Baseball Club and Seacoast Mavericks (Summer Collegiate, Futures Collegiate Baseball League).  Read more here.

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It’s MiLB ‘Food Fight’ Time!

Minor League Baseball LogoMinor League Baseball has launched it’s annual “Food Fight” to determine the best ballpark food item in baseball stadiums across its North American footprint.  Read more and vote here.

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