PRESS RELEASE – Location, location, location — for real estate, and for HarbourCats baseball fans as well. The Victoria HarbourCats are pleased to announce the CAMPBELL REAL ESTATE CLUB SEATS section, which will see padded seating and at-your-seat service in a prime location of the ballpark. This will debut in June of 2017, the team’s fifth season in the West Coast League. Continue reading
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PRESS RELEASE – Walla Walla has established a tradition in the West Coast League of being the launching point for some of the nation’s best young broadcasters. Play-by-play artists that have started in Sweets Country (#SweetsCountry) now handle play-by-play and other communications responsibilities for properties such as Virginia Tech Athletics (Andrew Allegretta, 2010), Bryant University (Tristan Hobbes, 2011-12), University of Oregon and the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Zach Bigley, 2015-16). Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Gresham GreyWolves have been purchased by Scott and Misty Barchus it was announced on Monday night. The purchase was announced by Jerry and Lisa Walker who brought their West Coast League team to Gresham last season and started the Gresham GreyWolves. Continue reading
The new Port Angeles Lefties (Summer Collegiate, West Coast League) have unveiled their logo, as the team prepares for its inaugural 2017 season at Civic Stadium in Port Angeles (WA). Meanwhile, the league has announced the addition of Jonathan Hodgson to its marketing communications team. Hodgson will act as the WCL’s Coordinator of Online Communications. Read more here. Thanks to Brandon Sparks for the logo heads up.
PRESS RELEASE – After starting as a game-day employee and serving as the company’s second-longest tenured staff member, Sweets general manager announced today that she will not be returning to the team for the 2017 season. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – West Coast League baseball is coming to Port Angeles, Washington in 2017. The WCL is proud to announce the birth of the Port Angeles Lefties, who will begin play in the league next season. Continue reading
As the Cowlitz Black Bears (Summer Collegiate, West Coast League) walked off the diamond after their season’s last game on Aug. 7, they left behind another summer’s worth of wear and tear on Lower Columbia College’s David Story Field. In the past several years, the condition of the college’s field has deteriorated so much that the LCC Red Devils baseball team won’t play on the field until repairs can be made. Read more here. View older ballpark photos here.