Josh Leventhal

A Farewell Tour

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If incoming South Atlantic League president Eric Krupa ever had any doubts about the big shoes he has to fill in succeeding John Henry Moss, they were erased when the […]

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Feeding Frenzy

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Great read in this morning’s USA Today on the increasing popularity of all-you-can-eat ticket packages at major league ballparks and whether teams should be concerned about such a promotion’s potential […]

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Yankee-Palooza

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Here’s you chance to see in action a good chunk of the Yankees Top 30 Prospects as ranked by one John Manuel in the 2008 Baseball America Prospect Handbook (by […]

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SeaWolves Re-Up In Erie

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That much-anticipated press conference in Erie yesterday announced that the SeaWolves extended their PDA with the Detroit Tigers through 2010 and extended the team lease with the Erie County Convention […]

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It’s Official

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The Mariners are coming to Pulaski, bringing the number of teams in the Appalachian League back to 10—a move that will be a big financial relief to the City of […]

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The Business Front

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Last call for your Mitchell Report Drafts. Is there a consensus No. 1? Obviously the Met’s clubbie list is the biggest gossip to make headlines since the D.C. Madam went […]

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The Business Front

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Stories making headlines around baseball. • A real hard-hitting item here: Roughly 30 years after retiring from the Royals, pitcher Mark Littell is back on the diamond hawking a better […]

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New Ownership Seeks New Park In Harrisburg

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Ownership and front-office work has little, if anything to do with the on-field success or failures of a minor league baseball team. So it's only coincidence that on the heels of one of the worst seasons in franchise history, the Harrisburg Senators have gone through sweeping changes at the top.

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