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Atlantic League announces new divisional alignment

The independent Atlantic League will have a new divisional structure for 2014, with the eight teams split into the Liberty and Freedom divisions. The Somerset Patriots, Long Island Ducks, Camden Riversharks and Bridgeport Bluefish are in the Liberty Division; the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs, Sugar Land Skeeters, Lancaster Barnstormers and York Revolution are in the […]

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Front-office changes in Atlanta, Camden, Traverse City

If it’s the offseason, it’s the time for front-office changes — and we have some for the Atlanta Braves, Camden RiverSharks (independent; Atlantic League) and Traverse City Beach Bums (independent; Frontier League). In Atlanta, General Manager Frank Wren’s contract has been extended through 2014. Wren, the 13th general manager of the Braves, finished his fifth […]

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Atlantic City exhibition games scrapped; still in running for 2013 pro ball

A plan for independent Atlantic League exhibition games at Surf Stadium has been scrapped due to ballpark issues, but Atlantic City remains in the running to land a 2013 team. Former Surf manager Mario Perrucci pulled the plug on the Labor Day exhibition games, saying he wasn’t confident ballpark improvements would be completed in time to see a […]

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Atlantic League

The Atlantic League is one of the two most successful independent leagues in existence, with a stable lineup and a planned expansion to Texas in 2012. Independent / 1998-present Current TeamsBridgeport BluefishCamden RiversharksLancaster BarnstormersLong Island DucksRoad WarriorsSomerset PatriotsSouthern Maryland Blue CrabsYork Revolution Teams (in alphabetical order)Aberdeen Arsenal, 2000Atlantic City Surf, 1998-2006Bridgeport Bluefish, 1998-presentCamden Riversharks, 2001-presentLancaster […]

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Campbell’s Field / Camden Riversharks

Sporting perhaps the most dramatic view from any ballpark, Campbell’s Field in downtown Camden is surely one of the most scenic ballparks in minor-league baseball. With the Ben Franklin Bridge outside of right field and the downtown Philadelphia skyline past the left-field corner, a Camden Riversharks or Rutgers University game at Campbell’s Field provides a […]

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