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Stars, Brewers extend PDC — by default

The Huntsville Stars (Class AA; Southern League) and the Milwaukee Brewers were the two left standing at the end of the dance, so they’ll extend their player-development contract — reluctantly — through 2012. It’s not been announced, though we received an email from a Brewers staffer about the deal. An announcement is expected in the […]

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K-Tribe, Cleveland extend PDC

The Kinston Indians (High Class A; Carolina League) and the Cleveland Indians will remain partners for the next two seasons, as the pair signed an extension to their player-development contract through 2012. “We are excited and proud to continue our relationship with the Cleveland Indians,” says K-Tribe General Manager Shari Massengill. “The Cleveland Indians organization […]

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P-Nats, Washington extend PDC

The Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) will remain an affiliate of the Washington Nationals for two more years, as the pair signed an extension of their player-development contract. “We are very pleased to renew our player development contract with the Washington Nationals,” said Potomac Nationals owner Art Silber. “We have had a positive […]

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Renegades, Rays extend PDC

The Hudson Valley Renegades (short season A; NY-Penn League) will remain a farm team of the Tampa Bay Rays, as the pair extend their PDC for two more years. Throughout the Renegades’ 16-year history (14 of those years with Tampa Bay) fans have seen numerous ex-Renegades grace Major League ballparks, including Josh Hamilton, Evan Longoria, […]

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Travs, Angels extend PDC

After grumblings that the Arkansas Travelers (Class AA; Texas League) were not happy with the players sent to the team in the last several years, the team today announced it would extend its player-development deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim — reluctantly, it seems. “As an organization we decided our best option is […]

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Toronto extends with Lansing, takes over in Bluefield

The Toronto Blue Jays made two announcements today regarding its farm system, signing an extension of its player-development contract with the Lansing Lugnuts (Low Class A; Midwest League) and taking over from Baltimore with the Appalachian League’s Bluefield team, to be known as the Bluefield Blue Jays. The Bluefield Blue Jays will begin play with […]

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LumberKings, Mariners extend PDC

The Clinton LumberKings (Low Class A; Midwest League) will remain a farm team of the Seattle Mariners for two more years under a new player-development contract announced today. “We’re excited to be continuing a fantastic relationship with the Mariners, one that has brought success on and off the field for two seasons,” said LumberKings’ General […]

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Missions, Padres extend PDC

San Antonio Missions President Burl Yarbrough announced today that the Missions have extended their Player Development contract with the San Diego Padres for two more seasons running through the 2012 season. “We are very pleased to announce that we will continue our relationship with the Padres.  The past four seasons have been great, as we […]

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Flying Squirrels, Giants extend PDC

The Richmond Flying Squirrels and the San Francisco Giants announced an extension of their Player Development Contract (PDC) through the 2012 season. “Bill Neukom and the Giants officials along with coaches and players are excited and enthused about what we are doing and the city that they are in,” said Flying Squirrels President and Managing […]

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TinCaps, Padres extend PDC

Another player-development deal is in the books, as the San Diego Padres and Fort Wayne TinCaps (Low Class A; Midwest League) renewed their PDC through the 2012 season. “We’re happy to continue our relationship with the Padres. They have been a big part of this franchise’s success over the last several years and we’ve really […]

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Connecticut, Detroit extend PDC

The Connecticut Tigers and the Detroit Tigers have agreed to a two-year extension to their player development contract (PDC), guaranteeing the agreement through the 2012 season. “We are proud to continue our affiliation with the Detroit Tigers for two more years,” said Connecticut Tigers General Manager Andrew Weber. “They are one of the most storied […]

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