Minor League Baseball Newswire (Page 3)

Minor League Baseball Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Minor League Baseball. (Page 3)

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  1. Source: Tony DeFrancesco to manage Mets' Triple-A team in Las VegasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Newsday

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  2. Mets hire Tony DeFrancesco to manage Triple-A Las Vegas 51sRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Amazin' Avenue

    The Mets have hired Tony DeFrancesco to manage the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s, according to Jon Heyman . That news comes shortly after Sandy Alderson's comments the other day that there would be major changes at the Triple-A level, where Pedro Lopez -a longtime manager in the Mets' organization who had been consistently promoted up the ranks of the minors-had been managing.


  3. 2017 Arizona Fall League Preview: Mesa Solar Sox RosterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 6 | Minor League Ball

    This is the third part of six as we look at the Arizona Fall League rosters with the Mesa Solar Sox up now after completing Peoria, Glendale, and Scottsdale already. The Solar Sox are made up of prospects from the Astros , Athletics , Cubs , Nationals , and Tigers organizations.


  4. Bucs miss three field goals, fall to PatriotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Tampa Bay Online

    Four days after getting a reprieve for a bad game by making the winning kick on the final play against the Giants, Folk missed three field goals Thursday - two in the fourth quarter. The last miss, from 31 yards, could have been the difference in the 19-14 loss.


  5. Open government group honors AP reporter, media executiveRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 5 | Washington Times

    The Iowa Freedom of Information Council on Thursday night will present its annual Friend of the First Amendment award to AP reporter Ryan J. Foley and Michael Gartner , who has held numerous leadership roles at newspapers and broadcasters and now is principal owner of the Iowa Cubs baseball team. Foley is a graduate of the University of Iowa, where he was editor of The Daily Iowan.


  6. Las Vegas shooting victim Jessica Milam now in ICU; prayer circle planned in SangerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | The Fresno Bee

    Sanger native and Disneyland employee Jessica Milam - one of hundreds injured in the mass shooting in Las Vegas, including a number from the southern San Joaquin Valley - has been moved into an intensive-care unit and is now hooked to a ventilator in a Las Vegas hospital, said her father, Ed Milam, on Thursday. A prayer circle for Milam and other Las Vegas shooting victims will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday at the flagpole at Reagan Elementary School, 1586 S. Indianola Ave. in Sanger.


  7. 2017 Mets Minor League Review: GCL MetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | Amazin' Avenue

    Wins and losses certainly matter, especially to those guys suiting up on the field, but in the Gulf Coast League, player development is key. The GCL Mets might have only won 19 ballgames, but at times, they were the most exciting of all the Mets' minor league affiliates thanks to their solid blend of both hitting and pitching prospects.


  8. State sports briefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 5 | NWAonline

    The Arkansas Travelers announced Wednesday that the team will open its 12th season at Dickey-Stephens Park at 7:10 p.m. April 5 against the San Antonio Missions. The game is the first of a six-game, six-day homestand that ends against the Corpus Christi Hooks on April 10. The Travs announced other key dates: 11 a.m. Kids Days on April 10 and April 24; Faith and Family Night on May 5; and Pyro in the Park III on Aug. 24. The USTA Southern Mixed Doubles Sectional Championships will be played at the Burns Park Tennis Center in North Little Rock and the Rebsamen Tennis Center in Little Rock.


  9. Clowns and other creepy characters lurk at haunted attractionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 4 | Tribune-Chronicle

    WHAT'S THERE: More educational than frightening, local actors bring to life some of the strange, scary and sad tales from Trumbull County's past on a mile-long walk that stops at the historic locations along Mahoning Avenue NW. HOW MUCH: $9 for adults and $5 for children 12 and younger, and the price includes a snack at the end of the walk.


  10. Former Myrtle Beach Pelicans player survives Las Vegas shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | WIS-TV Columbia

    LAS VEGAS, NV A former Myrtle Beach Pelicans player is happy to be alive after surviving what's being called the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. Tyler Alamo was attending the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival with his friends.


  11. OceanFirst Foundation awards $43,000 in grants to charities serving military familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | WOBM-FM Bayville

    Shown here holding a check for $260,000, are representatives from the OceanFirst Foundation and OceanFirst Bank and recipient organizations. OceanFirst Foundation of Toms River awarded $43,000 in grants to 13 charities across central and Southern New Jersey that serve members of the military through the Home Runs for Heroes Program.


  12. Cardinals fire their pitching coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | MSNBC

    Lilliquist had the job for the past six season. This year the club was not terrible - the Cards ranked 10th in the majors with a 4.01 ERA - but they want to go in a different direction.


  13. Saturday's 5K to benefit local NAMI organizationRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Daily Herald

    The 2017 NAMI 5K will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, at the Peg Bond Center, 151 N. Island Ave. in downtown Batavia. Advance registration by Thursday, Oct. 5, is $35.


  14. Dan Warthen re-assigned, Ray Ramirez let go by MetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | Newsday

    Pitching coach Dan Warthen and head trainer Ray Ramirez will not return to those positions next season, the club announced Tuesday. Warthen has been offered another role in the organization, while Ramirez will not return in any capacity.


  15. Vacant storefronts amid the North Shore boomRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 3 | SILive.com

    On the waterfront near the ferry terminal are the sites for the New York Wheel and the Empire Outlets mall. Construction cranes tower into the sky .


  16. Boise Makes Case for Sports Park, Requests Public InputRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | Boise Weekly

    The city of Boise is making its case for a $40 million sports complex and $60 million mixed-use development in the River District, and is inviting the public to attend open houses and submit online responses to the potential project . "This is really about the stars aligning, kind of perfectly, at this moment in time," said city spokesman Mike Journee.


  17. A look back at the 2017 Peoria ChiefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | Viva El Birdos

    The Peoria Chiefs returned to the postseason in 2017, a year filled with very noteworthy performances from some very unknown members of the Cardinals ' farm system. Chiefs infielders Andy Young and Stefan Trosclair dazzled at the plate this season.


  18. Monday Bantering: Gibby TalksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 2 | Bluebird Banter

    When did he give up on the idea they could make the playoffs: 'After the Chicago series we knew that time was running out.' 'Danny Jansen put himself on the map.'


  19. Bucs-Giants journal: Kendell Beckwith, Adarius Glanton step in as LB startersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 1 | Tampa Bay Online

    The Bucs defense had no takeaways and no sacks, but still escaped with a 25-23 win Sunday, thanks in part to rookie Kendell Beckwith and backup Adarius Glanton stepping into every-down LB roles in place of injured starters Lavonte David and Kwon Alexander . "We wanted to do our jobs, to make sure there wasn't a dropoff from Kwon and Lavonte," said Beckwith, who played middle linebacker, relayed the defensive calls from the sidelines and tied for the team lead with nine tackles.


  20. Vulcan biographer helped lead Birmingham's downtown renaissanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 27 | Alabama Live

    A former Southern Living editor who helped create the fascination with lavish magazine photo spreads of elegant buildings devoted his later life to working on the renewal of downtown Birmingham and making sure it kept the integrity of its historic buildings intact. Philip Morris, former executive editor of Southern Living from 1976-1991 and editor-at-large with Southern Progress Corp. from 1991-2000, was hired by Southern Living in 1969 as an architectural writer specializing in buildings.