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Power, Pirates extend PDC through 2018

No surprise: the West Virginia Power (Low Class A; Sally League) and the Pittsburgh Pirates are extending their player development contract for four more years, through 2018. “This is an exciting time to be with Pittsburgh,” said Tim Wilcox, the managing partner of West Virginia Baseball, LLC. “With the Pirates resurgence, we’ve seen a number […]

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Personnel moves in West Virginia, Staten Island, Colorado Springs, Holyoke

We have personnel news to report today from the West Virginia Power (Low Class A; Sally League), the Colorado Springs Sky Sox (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League), the Staten Island Yankees (short season A; NY-Penn League) and the Holyoke Blue Sox (summer collegiate; NECBL). In Charleston, Will Bell, Adam Marco and Jordan Pence have been […]

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Milovich new VP/GM in Myrtle Beach

Big shift: Andy Milovich, the long-time front-office exec with Palisades Baseball and the West Virginia Power (Low Class A; Sally League), takes the reins of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans (High Class A; Carolina League). Milovich spent the past 19 seasons with Palisades Baseball, including stints as the top executive of the Erie (Pa.) SeaWolves from […]

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South Atlantic League announces year-end awards

South Atlantic League President Eric Krupa announced the recipients of the 2012 South Atlantic League Outstanding Achievement Awards, as voted on by teams, field managers and umpires. Club Merit Award: The Charleston RiverDogs have been selected as the winner of this prestigious award, which is awarded for outstanding overall club operations. Excellence in Marketing Award: The […]

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Bull Barch is back!

This makes us very happy: “Bull” Barch is back in baseball as the Voice of the Lake Erie Crushers (independent; Frontier League), as he takes a break from calling Notre Dame College games to replace Tim Calderwood. Andy “Bull” Barch is currently the Assistant Sports Information Director at Notre Dame College and serves as the […]

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Gates new GM in Bowling Green

Ryan Gates, who built the Lake Erie Crushers (independent; Frontier League) from nothing into a leading indy franchise, is the new general manager of the Bowling Green Hot Rods (Low Class A; Midwest League). He fills a position left open when team President Brad Taylor earned a promotion in December. “This is a great day […]

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