It’s a little premature to make plans for Opening Day in Pulaski, but at least there is talk of baseball for the Appalachian League affiliate after being left out last year when Toronto pulled its team too late for Pulaski to find a replacement.
It’s been a long, frustrating process for league president Lee Landers and team officials. Landers put a lot of energy into trying to get a team there for 2007 and he twice felt like he was on the verge of having deals completed for next year only to have both teams back out. Landers confirmed that he and team president Tom Compton have been talking with three teams about playing in Pulaski next season, with Seattle the furthest along in negotiations. [...] Continue Reading »
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