PRESS RELEASE – The Camden Riversharks organization has named Lindsay Rosenberg as the third general manager in franchise history. Rosenberg will assume the GM role effective today and lead the front office staff as the planning process for the 2015 15th anniversary season is underway. Continue reading
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Virginia Investment Partnership LLC (VIP), the group hat had been working to bring an indy pro Atlantic League franchise to One Loudoun, failed to show up for a hearing in a lawsuit filed by One Loudoun Holding LLC’s against VIP. It wasn’t the most significant hearing, but it is worth noting and bringing you up to speed on the Loudoun Hounds. Read more here.
Of the half dozen reasons Virginia Investment Partnership LLC (VIP) argues that it sustained as much as $30 million in damages because of the actions of One Loudoun Holdings LLC, a judge last week allowed just one issue to move forward. The One Loudoun development was slated to be the location for a new ballpark for the expansion indy pro Loudoun Hounds (Atlantic League). Read more here.
With the announcement last week by President Obama that could normalize relations between the U.S. and communist dictator-led Cuba, indy pro Atlantic League executive Peter Kirk couldn’t help but be intrigued by the idea of creating a Caribbean Division for the circuit that would feature teams in Cuba, Florida, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – After eight seasons, the York Revolution will make a major investment in Santander Stadium for 2015 to create new advertising opportunities and added game excitement. Inside the ballpark, the stadium will receive a major electronics upgrade with the addition of two high-definition, LED video and scoreboard displays in left-center and right-center field. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB) and Dakota Baseball, LLC jointly announced the acquisition of the Lancaster Barnstormers from Opening Day Partners (ODP), effective immediately. The transaction creates local ownership and operation of the Lancaster Barnstormers as part of a transition plan conceived by Dakota Baseball and ODP. Continue reading
The indy pro Fort Worth Cats (United League) have been ejected from LaGrave Field, and the team name will reportedly stay in town, but the actual future of the ballpark remains unclear. It could be leveled, if a team owner or league doesn’t step up to the plate to lease (or maybe even buy?) the facility. We have to believe the indy pro American Association and/or Atlantic League are taking a close look at the situation. Read more here.