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Personnel moves in Gary, Acadiana

Some personnel news to report in the front offices of the Gary-SouthShore RailCats (independent; American Association) and the Acadiana Csne Cutters (summer collegiate; Texas Collegiate League). David Kay joins the RailCats as Assistant General Manager and Director of Tickets for the 2014 season. This will be David’s 9th season working in professional baseball. He most […]

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No more Alexandria Aces for 2013

Putting a team in partially condemned Bringhurst Field didn’t end up working out for the independent United League, as the Alexandria Aces have reportedly folded. A report in the Brownsville Herald quotes United League Baseball chief executive officer John Bryant as saying the team’s season is over, and that the league’s schedule will be accommodated […]

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It’s the Alexandria Aces for 2013

The Alexandria Aces (independent; United League Baseball) are officially returning to Bringhurst Field, as the indy circuit signs a lease that will work around the dangerous portions of the historic ballpark. As you’ll recall, late last season a different version of the Aces — this one playing in the summer-collegiate Texas Collegiate League — pulled […]

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United League returns to Alexandria

The independent United League Baseball is returning to Alexandria (La.), as the league reached a tentative agreement to place a team at Bringhurst Field for the 2013 season. Alexandria was an original ULB member, but as of late the Alexandria Aces were part of the summer-collegiate Texas Collegiate League. Last season the Aces played under […]

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2012 Summer-Collegiate Attendance by Average

We conclude our listings of 2012 summer-collegiate attendance with a look at average attendance — perhaps the most accurate way to measure the health of a franchise. Because of the small number of games in many leagues, the attendance can vary greatly year to year, so you’re going to see more fluctuations here than in, […]

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