PRESS RELEASE – The Pittsfield Suns and the Goldklang Group on Monday announced that Michael Lieberman has been named the team’s new general manager. A 25-year veteran of the sports industry, Lieberman has served as a general manager in summer collegiate baseball for 11 seasons. He has also held leadership positions in both affiliated and independent professional baseball.
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PRESS RELEASE – When the Suns arrived in Pittsfield prior to the 2012 season, they promised change and tenure. They accomplished the former right away, and are now pleased to announce a new agreement that will ensure the latter. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – On July 25th the Pittsfield Suns will be hosting the FCBL All-Star game presented by the Haddad Auto Dealerships. The All-Stars will be split into the Massachusetts All-Stars and the New England All-Stars. Continue reading
The summer collegiate Pittsfield Suns (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) had a successful inaugural home opener on Thursday night in front of 2,261 fans at vintage Wahconah Park. Read more and watch video here. The Suns play their second home game tonight.
Can the Goldklang Group succeed at Wahconah Park in Pittsfield with the expansion summer collegiate Pittsfield Suns (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) where others have failed? Tony Dobrowolski from the Berkshire Eagle takes a look at the Suns’ ownership and the challenging task ahead of them. Read more here.
The expansion summer collegiate Pittsfield Suns (Futures Collegiate Baseball League) have a new logo and website at www.pittsfieldsuns.com. The team begins play at historic Wahconah Park on June 7 against the Nashua Silver Knights.
In a not-so-surpirsing move, the Pittsfield (MA) City Council has selected the seasoned Goldklang Group, representing the second-year Futures Collegiate Baseball League, over an inexperienced local group, representing the New England Collegiate Baseball League, to bring a new summer collegiate franchise to Wahconah Park. The Goldklang ownership will pay $13,500 annually, plus Continue reading
Two groups are vying to bring a summer collegiate franchise to Pittsfield (MA) and Wahconah Park. One group led by Pittsfield attorney Richard Johansen and businessman Tom Goggins are representing the New England Collegiate Basaball League. The other group led Continue reading
After one season at The Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach (ME), it appears the summer collegiate Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide (NECBL) might be headed to Pittsfield (MA). A group in Pittsfield is reportedly in negotiations to buy the team. This would appear to finalize the demise of the indy pro Pittsfield Colonials (Can-Am League). Read more here and here. Thanks to John Cerone for the links.
As MLB’s midsummer classic took center stage, ESPN’s Steve Berthiaume took a close look at the indy pro Can-Am League’s Pittsfield Colonials and Wahconah Park, the team’s historic home. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
Can-Am League Commissioner Miles Wolff would like to see the Pittsfield (MA) Colonials stay in Pittsfield and expressed a desire to help owner Buddy Lewis any way possible to make it happen. On another note, Trois Rivieres (QC) could be finalized for 2012 as early as next month. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the link.
At a press conference on Thursday, Pittsfield Colonials owner Buddy Lewis promised to keep the Can-Am League team operating at Wahconah Park during the rest of this season. He made no guarantees for next year, but a promise is a promise for 2011…right? Read more here and here. Thanks to John Cerone for the links.
A petition is being circulated to rename historic Wahconah Park after former city council member and Pittsfield Red Sox pitcher Paul Dowd. The proposed name would be “Paul Dowd Field at Wahconah Park.” Dowd, who has been battling Lou Gehrig’s Disease the past two years, has been very active in the Pittsfield community and a big supporter and fundraiser for the Berkshire County Jimmy Fund. Read more here.