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  • Listen to the fans
    The Hall should be ashamed
    “Will the prisoner please face the bench. Young man, you have been found or armed robbery. I have no choice but to sentence you to 25 years. However, you will have an opportunity to seek parole in 10 years”.The above is a conviction...
  • Ottawa Champions acquire RHP Joe Riley
    Ottawa Champions get Joe Riley to complete deal with Quebec Capitales
    The Ottawa Champions stockpiled another young arm yesterday when the Can-Am League team acquired RHP Joe Riley from the Quebec Capitales.The 23-year-old arrives in the national capital region as the final piece of the deal that brought outfielder...
  • Jackie Robinson West outfielder makes dramatic catch
    Where oh where has fairness gone?
    To paraphrase Hamlet, one must ask the question, “To cheat, or not to cheat”. On the surface, it seems the answer is simple. However, in today’s sports world, for that matter in the world, it appears to be more complex.Young...
  • Spring Training 2015
    Catch your favorite MLB team at a Spring Training game
    One of the great benefits of the beautiful weather here in Arizona is that we have the privilege of hosting several Major League Baseball teams for Spring Training. The teams that play in the Phoenix area are part of the Cactus League and include,...
  • Sean Burroughs
    Burroughs back in Bridgeport
    The Bridgeport Bluefish today announced the signing of infielder Sean Burroughs. This will be Burroughs’ second season with the Bluefish, his second in the Atlantic League, and his 14th season in professional baseball overall.Last year...
  • Rockies Gray
    New pace-of-play rules will have an affect on Isotopes games
    The one consistent complaint heard at Albuquerque Isotopes games, from fans and media, is that they are too long. With plenty of games going past the 3-hour mark at The Lab and elsewhere around the country, Minor League Baseball has decided...
  • Baseball player dismissed from team for calling 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis a 'slut'
    Baseball player dismissed from team for calling 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis a 'slut'
    According to Us Weekly on March 23, a Bloomsburg University baseball player was dismissed from his team for calling Mo'ne Davis an offensive name in a tweet. After learning that the Disney Channel plans to make a movie about the Little League...
  • Remembering Mikey Mantle
    Mickey Mantle's bat may sell for $200,000 at an auction
    The name Mickey Mantle brings a smile to baseball fans worldwide. He will always be remembered as having been one of the greatest baseball players of all times. The Chicago Daily Herald reported on March 23, 2015, a Mickey Mantle signature model...
  • Louisville Slugger signature bats
    Wilson acquires Louisville Slugger brand in $70M deal
    On March 23, news broke that Wilson Sporting Goods will be buying the “Louisville Slugger” brand of baseball bats for $70 million. Since 1855, the bats have been built by Hillerich & Bradsby in the company’s Louisville, Ky....
  • Ottawa Champions name coaches
    Hal Lanier names coaching staff for Ottawa Champions
    Ottawa Champions manager Hal Lanier has filled out his coaching staff for the 2015 season, and it’s a mixture of new and familiar faces.Billy Horn takes on the role of pitching coach, Jared Lemieux will do double duty as outfield coach and...
  • Kris Bryant Spring Training
    Kris Bryant Fantasy Baseball: Is Chicago Cubs prospect the next MLB star?
    Kris Bryant might just be a fantasy baseball star in 2015. Bryant just hit his eighth home run for the Chicago Cubs in Spring Training and continues to punish opposing pitchers. His first home run of Saturday (March 21) actually came off Felix...
  • Ottawa Champions spring training
    Ottawa Champions set spring training dates; sign outfielder Francisco Sosa
    The Ottawa Champions will hold their first-ever spring training at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park from May 10-20.Fans are invited to come out and check out the capital region’s new Can-Am League ballclub.Champions’ manager Hal...
  • Ottawa Champions sign Canadian relief pitcher
    Ottawa Champions bring in Canadian relief pitcher Christopher Cox
    The Ottawa Champions continued to add Canadian content to their roster yesterday when they agreed to terms with RHP Christopher Cox.The 26-year-old native of Brantford, ON, spent the last three seasons pitching out of the bullpen for the Quebec...
  • Andrew Miller
    Projecting the 2015 Red Sox bullpen
    Much of the focus since Jon Lester signed with the Cubs is how the Red Sox starting rotation lacks a prototypical ace. Maybe people should be more concerned about the bullpen. Ben Cherington chose to re-sign Koji Uehara to a two-year contract....
  • Ottawa Champions open tryout May 7
    Ottawa Champions to give players a shot at making team during open tryout
    The Ottawa Champions will be looking for diamonds in the rough during an open tryout on May 7 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the recently named Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park.The Can-Am League team’s manager Hal Lanier and the coaching...