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Potomac, Washington extend player development contract

Another totally predictable PDC extension: The Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) and the Washington Nationals have extended their player development contract through the 2016 season. Nationals President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Mike Rizzo, Nationals Vice President of Player Personnel Bob Boone, Assistant General Manager and Vice President of Player Development Doug […]

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Crunching the 2014 MiLB attendance numbers

Last Friday we ran the raw numbers for 2014 Minor League Baseball attendance by league, total and average. Today we put some of those numbers into perspective. You can find the three listings here: 2014 Affiliated Attendance by Average 2014 Affiliated Attendance by Total 2014 Affiliated Attendance by League We’ve broken down the numbers one […]

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Potomac: Beard-A-Palooza set for Friday

Can’t wait to see the bearded nachos: The Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) are scheduling Beard-A-Palooza, complete with beard-related events all weekend. Throughout the entirety of the weekend series against the Winston-Salem Dash, the Nationals will offer a bevy of bearded food items. There will be bearded nachos, the beardfather and a mini […]

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P-Nats, Carolina League, Army launch pilot program to hire vets at ballpark

Interesting idea, and a natural one for a D.C.-area team: the High Class A Carolina League and the Potomac Nationals are joining the U.S. Army in launching a pilot program focused on hiring U.S. Army soldiers transitioning to civilian careers, veterans and their families, for the 2013 season. This initiative has stemmed directly from a […]

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Silber: We’re close to naming-rights deal on P-Nats ballpark

Potomac Nationals (High Class A; Carolina League) owner Art Silber says he’s close to a naming-rights deal for a proposed new ballpark at Potomac Town Center. From InsideNOVA: At the Jan. 20 dinner, Silber said several businesses are interested in the potential 10-year naming rights deal. He wouldn’t say which businesses he’s courting, but said […]

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