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The Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) have been sold by Al Gordon to a New York investment group, MFP Real Estate. The sale is subject to regulatory approval by Major League and Minor League Baseball.The Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) have been sold by Al Gordon to a New York investment […]

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Sounds on the verge of sale?

Nashville City Paper is reporting the Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) are on the verge of being sold to a New York City investment group. Nashville City Paper is reporting the Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) are on the verge of being sold to a New York City investment group. There’s […]

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New for 2009: Bowling Green Hot Rods

It’s the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Low Class A;  Sally League), as the team’s new branding was introduced during a live event Monday night at Circus Square Park in downtown Bowling Green. The team also announced a brand new website, bghotrods.com, where fans can purchase tickets and merchandise for the new South Atlantic League franchise.It’s […]

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In memoriam: Delmont Miller

The Kinston Indians (High Class A; Carolina League) mourn the passing of Delmont Miller, who was more than just a scoreboard operator for the team.In the greater scheme of things Delmont Miller wasn’t a major player in the baseball world. Heck, he wasn’t even a minor player. But he was the sort of person who […]

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New for 2009: Charlotte Stone Crabs

Ripken Baseball announced that the relocated Vero Beach Devil Rays will be known next season as the Charlotte Stone Crabs (High Class A; Florida State League).Ripken Baseball announced that the relocated Vero Beach Devil Rays will be known next season as the Charlotte Stone Crabs (High Class A; Florida State League). With the stone crab […]

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American Defenders ink Holman Stadium deal; will offer shares to the local community

The new owners of the American Defenders of New Hampshire (independent; Can-Am Association) — the former Nashua Pride — have inked a three-year lease with the city of Nashua for Historic Holman Stadium.The new owners of the American Defenders of New Hampshire (independent; Can-Am Association) — the former Nashua Pride — have inked a three-year […]

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