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Moose And Squirrel Fate In Richmond Coming Soon

MLB has told Richmond, Virginia elected officials to get us a new minor league park or else. Will Moose and Squirrel be victorious or will...

MLB Is Strong Arming Minor League Baseball Cities To Do Ballpark...

MLB wants what it wants. Richmond, Virginia officials are looking for some developers and money to build a minor league baseball stadium with a village...

Marlins Turn To Havana Sugar Kings Uniforms For Marketing Purposes

The team will honor the Sugar Kings hoping to draw local interest. The Miami Marlins baseball franchise has put out a political statement although it...

Minor League Baseball Contraction Is Inevitable   

Minor League Baseball Contraction Is Inevitable There is no chance that Minor League Baseball games will be played this spring and summer because of...

Louisville Takes Care Of Stadium Upgrades For Triple A Baseball Team

Louisville is safe at home. The city of Louisville is taking no chances that it could be impacted by a possible new deal...

Minor League Baseball Teams Seem Set For 2019

The operators of minor league baseball teams seem to have everything in order and should be ready to start marketing their product, minor league baseball for the 2019 season.

Minor League Baseball Stadiums As Economic Engines

Worcester, Massachusetts and Wichita, Kansas stepped into the stadium game and ended up with Triple A Minor League Baseball teams moving into those cities by 2021.

Attention Syracuse Residents, You Will Pay More To Meet The Mets

There are some people in Central New York State who are singing Meet the Mets as Fred Wilpon’s New York Mets business has purchased the Triple A International League’s Syracuse Chiefs and Wilpon’s franchise will send minor league players there in 2019.

Rhode Island Still Trying To Get A Minor League Stadium Deal

The 2018 Minor League Baseball season has a long way to go but that doesn’t mean minor league baseball team owners are not looking ahead. The owners of the Pawtucket Red Sox, Boston’s Triple A International League affiliate still want a new stadium in the Rhode Island city.