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RailRiders Attendance Down from Last Year

MOOSIC — The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders wrapped up their season Monday. The average attendance for the club’s 68 home games at PNC field was 5,906.

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Fort Wayne TinCaps Week (and a couple days) in Review: 08/24/2014 - 09/01/2014

The Fort Wayne TinCaps were two and half games back of a playoff spot the last time I wrote about them. They had nine games to make up the difference to sneak into the playoffs. 747 more words


Spokane, We Hardly Know Ya

The title of this post is, of course, a bit of a non sequitur, as the Vancouver Canadians and Spokane Indians know each other all too well. 1,248 more words

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Podcast: Josh Talks 2014 Cedar Rapids Kernels & Midwest League Playoffs with the Cedar Rapids Gazette's Jeff Johnson

On this edition of the Podcast, Josh talks with the Cedar Rapids Gazette’s Jeff Johnson about the 2014 season of Cedar Rapids Kernels baseball, including a look ahead to the 2014 Midwest League playoffs, which begin Wednesday for all 8 qualifying teams. 50 more words

@MBraves Win Season Finale but Miss Playoffs

Jacksonville’s 6-5 win over Mobile negates M-Braves’ 2-1 defeat of Huntsville as Suns clinch South
By: Kyle Tait, Mississippi Braves

Huntsville, AL – The Mississippi Braves did their part in a 2-1 win over the Huntsville Stars in Monday afternoon’s season finale at Joe Davis Stadium, but the Jacksonville Suns’ 6-5 win over the Mobile BayBears eliminated the Braves from playoff contention. 335 more words

2014 Rochester Red Wings in Review, Part 1, AKA "The IL North is Tough"

If there is one lesson to be learned from the 2014 Rochester Red Wings, it is that minor league baseball is perhaps even more cruel than Major League Baseball, and perhaps even more unforgiving, at least to teams. 268 more words


Brewers Prospect Nathan Orf Plays All Nine Positions In Single Game

A lot of value is placed in Major League Baseball on players who can perform capably at several defensive positions.

If that’s the case, Nathan Orf should be in the bigs in no time. 205 more words

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