The Charlotte Knights (Triple-A, International League) Charities has donated $173,000 to the Levine Children’s Hospital. The money will be used to transform the fourth-floor therapy room and add a baseball theme to it. Read more here.
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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred caused a stir among North Carolina sports fans this week, when he said Charlotte would be in the top three cities considered for a future league expansion. Read more here.
On Saturday, July 15th, the Charlotte Knights (Triple-A, International League) will take the field for their 7:05 p.m. game at BB&T Ballpark against the Gwinnett Braves as a “brand” new team — the Charlotte Pitmasters. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday, July 15th, the Charlotte Knights will take the field for their 7:05 p.m. game at BB&T Ballpark against the Gwinnett Braves as a “brand” new team — the Charlotte Pitmasters. Continue reading
Baseball players returned to work this month with the start of spring training in Arizona and Florida. For the Charlotte Knights (Triple-A, International League), preparation for the new season this year also includes a few tweaks at BB&T Ballpark. Read more here.
PRESS RELEASE – Former Charlotte O’s players, including National Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Murray, will return to the Queen City to be honored by the Charlotte Knights on Sunday, September 4th as part of a special 40th Anniversary Tribute to the 1976 Charlotte O’s — the first team in O’s franchise history. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – Recognizable celebrities, All-Star athletes and collectible giveaways highlight the Charlotte Knights promotional schedule for the 2016 All-Star season at BB&T Ballpark. Continue reading
San Antonio (TX) Mayor Ivy Taylor just returned from Charlotte (NC) and now has a new downtown ballpark vision for the San Antonio Missions (Double-A, Texas League). The Missions have called the Nelson W. Wolff Municipal Stadium home since 1994. Read more and watch news report here. Read another story here.
The Triple-A Charlotte Knights (International League) put the final seal on the baseball team’s move back to Charlotte (NC) Monday, after ceremonially locking the doors to the Fort Mill (SC) stadium the team called home for 24 seasons. Read more here.