Minor League Baseball
Turns out that while a baseball star’s life can be quite glamorous, getting to the major leagues isn’t. So more than 30 minor leaguers have filed suit.
A President’s Day promotion for the Wilmington Blue Rocks said that tickets would go on sale at a price based on this morning’s outdoor temperature in Wilmington.
Minor league manager Joe Mikulik had a classic tantrum during a game on Sunday.
Make this a summer to remember for the whole family with these five ways to bring everyone together while enjoying the warmer weather.
It has been quite the start to the season for Reading outfielder Cameron Perkins.
There’s no expiration date, so the winner won’t be forced to drop dead anytime soon.
He is not a household name, but Valentino Pascucci can mash a baseball with the best of them.
Ryan Kulik was one of the top pitching prospects to ever emerge out of Cherokee High School and Rowan University. In 2008, the left-hander was taken by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 8th round of the MLB Draft. However, the next year the wheels would come off the wagon.
A minor league baseball team is giving away bobbleheads of Manti Te’o’s fictional girlfriend.
Chris reviews yesterday’s Chick-Fil-A Appreciation Day. He also talks to Victor Fiorillo from the Philly Post, and Social Conservative Phyllis Schlafly about her new book, No Higher Power.
Telford, Pa. native Erik Kratz on Friday got the call to serve as the Phillies’ third catcher for the remainder of the regular season.
Finally, last week, Michael Schwimer made his Major League debut in Washington, pitching three effective innings.
Delaware County, Pa. native TJ Chism has become virtually unhittable, fashioning a 0.70 ERA while splitting time between rookie ball and Single-A in 2010, and a 1.12 ERA this season with the Single-A Brooklyn Cyclones.
The Phillies have placed third baseman Placido Polanco on the disabled list. To take his place on the roster, righthanded reliever Michael Schwimer is expected to be recalled from AAA Lehigh Valley.
At the age of 29, Spidale’s days as a prospect are probably numbered.
But he is one heck of a baseball player.