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May Experience and Summer Diversions in Greenville

By Sidney Dills, Diversions Editor

You may think that being stuck on campus during May or for the summer is going to be a drag. Without many of your friends on campus, you sigh, there won’t be anything to do. 737 more words

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Game Notes 4/13/14: Mitchell to the mound & Drive-ing the ball

KANNAPOLIS INTIMIDATORS vs. GREENVILLE DRIVE
4-6 (Chicago White Sox) 6-3 (Boston Red Sox)
Sunday, April 13, 2014 – 4:05 p.m.
Fluor Field – Greenville, S.C. 615 more words

Game Notes 4/12/14: Bierman to the bump, Top 10 Danish & saved by Sanchez...

KANNAPOLIS INTIMIDATORS vs. GREENVILLE DRIVE
4-5 (Chicago White Sox) 5-3 (Boston Red Sox)
Saturday, April 12, 2014 – 7:05 p.m.
Fluor Field – Greenville, S.C. 818 more words

Series Round-Up: Pawtucket, Portland, and Greenville

Pawtucket Red Sox

It appears that the PawSox are on better footing now after the regular season opener loss to Lehigh Valley. They were able to take the rest of the series 2-1 much like their major league Boston Red Sox did against the Baltimore Orioles. 329 more words

Pawtucket Red Sox

Greenville Drive manager Darren Fenster

Greenville Drive players are reflected in the sunglasses of first-year manager Darren Fenster (3) as he talks to them on the team’s Media Day first workout on Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at Fluor Field at the West End in Greenville, South Carolina. (Tom Priddy/Four Seam Images)

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Game Notes 4/6/14: Searching for a split, Atta-boy Adam & an Intimidating 49ers...

KANNAPOLIS INTIMIDATORS vs. GREENVILLE DRIVE
1-2 (Chicago White Sox)           2-1 (Boston Red Sox)
Sunday, April 6, 2014 – 5:05 p.m.
CMC-NorthEast Stadium – Kannapolis, N.C. 746 more words

Boston Red Sox Prospects: Players At Each Level Worth Watching In 2014

The Boston Red Sox have three World Series titles in 10 years. Player development is a huge reason for that success.

The Red Sox’s four full-season minor league affiliates — Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox, Double-A Portland Sea Dogs, High-A Salem Red Sox and Low-A Greenville Drive — began their respective regular-season schedules Thursday. 758 more words

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