Chris English, chairman of the Brockton 21st Century Corp. and former owner of the defunct indy pro Nashua Pride (Atlantic League) from 1998-2004, was introduced as the new owner of the summer collegiate Brockton Rox (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) at press conference on Monday. Read more and view photos here.
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Chris English, chairman of the Brockton 21st Century Corp. and former owner of the defunct indy pro Nashua Pride (Atlantic League) from 1998-2004, is the new owner of the summer collegiate Brockton Rox (Futures Collegiate Baseball League). English has already begun investing money in the field at Campanelli Stadium. Read more here.
Nausha Telegram staff writer Tom King recently interviewed Chris Hall, commissioner of the new Futures Collegiate Baseball League. The two talked about the development of the league, the availabity of quality talent, and potential markets. Hall was the former GM of the Nashua Pride and American Defenders of New Hampshire. The Martha’s Vineyard Sharks and a new team in Nashua run by the Continue reading
Nashua (NH) Mayor Donnalee Lozeau’s office plans to announce at a press conference on Thursday that Holman Stadium will be getting a new franchise from a newly formed summer collegiate league. The team will be owned and financed by Wisconsin businessman Eric Butlein, but it will be managed and operated by the Single-A Lowell Spinners. The commissioner of the yet-to-be-unveiled league is Chris Continue reading
Former general manager of the defunct Nashua Pride and American Defenders of New Hampshire Chris Hall took time out of his schedule away from baseball to talk turkey with the Nashua Telegram newspaper about the demise of baseball in Nashua. He calls Dan Duquette‘s operation of the franchise a “mess,” talks solely Continue reading