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Mock leaves Suns

Ryan Mock, the Voice of the Hagerstown Suns since 2007, is moving on. Ryan Mock, the Voice of the Hagerstown Suns (Low Class A; Sally League), is hanging up the headset to pursue a master’s degree at the University of Washington.   Mock has his sights set on attaining a Peace Corps Masters International MBA […]

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Kannapolis, White Sox extend PDC

The Kannapolis Intimidators (Low Class A; Sally League) have extended their player development contract with the Chicago White Sox and will remain their Single-A affiliate through at least the 2014 season. The White Sox and Intimidators have been together since the 2001 season when the affiliation switched from the Philadelphia Phillies. “We are so excited […]

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Power, Pirates extend PDC

Andy Milovich, Executive Vice President of West Virginia Baseball, LLC., announced today that the West Virginia Power will extend the Player Development Contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates through 2014. “Prior to last season we made the change in affiliation and joined the Pittsburgh Pirates minor league organization. We were very excited about the new affiliation […]

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Fluor Field / Greenville Drive

In retrospect, MiLB made the absolute right choice in awarding the territory to the Drive: Fluor Field is already one of our favorite ballparks in the minors. The other ballpark plans called for teams playing out in Greenville’s fast-growing suburbs. And while those ballparks probably would have been financially successful, they wouldn’t have provided one […]

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McCormick Field / Asheville Tourists

McCormick Field, the longtime home of the Asheville Tourists, is both a classic ballpark of the Sally League and an example of a ballpark reconstruction done right. Located on the edge of downtown Asheville, McCormick Field has been the psychic center of baseball in Asheville since opening in 1924. FAST FACTS Year Opened: 1924; rebuilt […]

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