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Frisco RoughRiders To Host 'Full House' Night Including Jerseys Designed Around The Event [PHOTO]

By: Evan Jankens

“Full House” is a show I grew up on.

Little did I know that affable TV dad Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) in real life had some of the dirtiest stand up comedy I have ever heard. 100 more words


Minor League Teams to Do All Sorts of Ridiculous Things

Oh, man. Today has been one of those days. Minor League promotions are being announced at a fast and furious clip, and I can barely keep up with it all. 477 more words


There is A New Minor League Sports Logo and it's Awesome

The Frisco RoughRiders came into professional baseball existence in 2003 when they affiliated with the Texas Rangers as their double-A farm team. Born with a brand new, beautiful ballpark under the direction of then-ownership group, Mandalay, the RoughRiders were thought of as one of Minor League Baseball’s top organizations—a poster child for how to do things right. 611 more words

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Frisco RoughRiders Adopt New Logo, Uniforms

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FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM) – The Frisco RoughRiders have turned to a historical figure to update their logo — a swinging Teddy Roosevelt. 131 more words


Gallo, Gonzalez Win Rangers Minor League Awards

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The Texas Rangers announced the winners of the team’s 2014 Minor League Awards on Thursday.

Tom Grieve Player of the Year:  385 more words


Ace Ventura: From the Texas League to the World Series

When Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura takes to the mound at Kaufmann Stadium tonight with the hopes of an entire fan base weighing on his slim frame, he can take comfort in one indisputable fact: at least he won’t have to face Brett Nicholas in tonight’s Giants lineup. 723 more words

An update from the desert - Keeping tabs on the AFL

We are past the halfway point in the Arizona Fall League and RoughRiders have plenty of representation in both former and future players out in the desert, so let’s look at how they are all doing. 1,636 more words