With Ballpark Fading, Moorad May Sell PCL Franchise
Jeff Moorad appears likely to sell his newly acquired Pacific Coast League franchise if California's budget problems crush a new ballpark project in suburban San Diego. Local leaders in Escondido, [...]
MILB President O’Conner Undecided On Re-election Bid
Minor League Baseball president Pat O'Conner has yet to decide if he will seek re-election when his term expires after this season. O'Conner, who was elected president in December 2007 [...]
North American League Clears Most Hurdles
With four months until the season begins, the North American League had cleared most of the hurdles involved in combining three leagues into one.
Padres Land A New Home For Triple-A Club
The San Diego Padres have a new home for their Triple-A affiliate.
Franchise Shuffle Benefits Pensacola, Hurts Kinston
A Pensacola, Fla., businessman has bought the Carolina Mudcats Southern League franchise, and in turn the Mudcats owner bought the Kinston Indians Carolina League franchise to take its place. The net result is that Kinston probably will not have baseball in 2012.
California League Seems Stuck In Bakersfield
On a quiet summer night at historic Sam Lynn Ballpark, the 69-year-old facility in Bakersfield, Calif., hit its all-time low.
Mandalay Adds To Its Empire
Mandalay Baseball is on the verge of completing its collection of Triple-A ballclubs.
Three Indy Leagues Merge To Form North American League
Independent baseball has never seen anything like this The Northern League, United League and Golden League had all lost franchises during the season or the offseason. So to put together [...]
Stadium Puts Rays In A Sticky Situation
It's as hot a topic in the Tampa Bay area as the reasons for the Rays inconsistent offense this past season. But while the Rays bats hibernate for the winter after losing to Texas in the divisional playoffs, the debate concerning where they will eventually play rages stronger than any hot stove trade talk.