PRESS RELEASE – The 2017 Mud Hens season is almost here at Fifth Third Field and we know you want to celebrate Toledo’s biggest party day of the year! Join us out in the Home Run Terrace this April 13 as we watch the game in style from the outfield with a special craft beer tasting and buffet from 3 to 5 p.m. Catch the game and maybe even catch a home run ball! Continue reading
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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 – For the second time this offseason the Louisville Bats are teaming up with Daktronics to bring a brand new high-definition video board and sound system to Louisville Slugger Field. Last month, the Bats announced the addition of a new high-definition scoreboard in right-center field, also done by Daktronics. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – In recognition and celebration of their 10th-anniversary season, the Lehigh Valley IronPigs are debuting a collector’s series of ten anniversary-themed giveaways for the upcoming 2017 season. All of these giveaways include the club’s special gold-edition 10th-anniversary logo, signifying the gold standard of the club and its fans. Continue reading
On Saturday, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Triple-A, International League) unveiled a “Baby Bombers” alternative logo designed by Brandiose. As you know, the RailRiders are affiliated with the New York Yankees. Watch unveiling here.
PRESS RELEASE – The El Paso Chihuahuas are excited to announce that they will once again host a premier Minor League Baseball event as the 32nd edition of the Triple-A Baseball All-Star Game comes to Southwest University Park in July of 2019 in a nationally televised game. A date and time will be announced in the future. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The previously announced “I Am Ali” festival, celebrating the legacy of native son and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali in his hometown of Louisville, has expanded from an original ten days to six weeks, due to community interest in the event. Continue reading