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Pitchers Vilera, James Lead Brooklyn Cyclones’ Starting Rotation

By Jerry Del Priore

Through the first five weeks of the New York-Penn League (NYPL) season, Brooklyn Cyclone starting pitchers Christian James and Jaison Vilera have been rather impressive. 291 more words

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Storm Batters Hudson Valley Renegades' Dutchess Stadium

Steve Gliner didn’t think much of the tornado warnings that buzzed across his phone as he sat in his office at Dutchess Stadium yesterday afternoon. The Hudson Valley Renegades president look outside and saw nothing but clear skies—a seemingly perfect day for a ballgame a month from now when the New York-Penn League season begins. 241 more words

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Albernaz replaces Ruiz as Hot Rods manager

Craig Albernaz will manage the Bowling Green Hot Rods this year instead of Reinaldo Ruiz, the team announced.

Ruiz was slated to return for a fourth season at the helm of the Hot Rods, but the Tampa Bay Rays reassigned him to manage the High-A Charlotte Stone Crabs. 112 more words

Midwest League

Two-way player McKay to start season with Hot Rods

The Tampa Bay Rays have decided to start two-way player Brendan McKay in the Midwest League this season.

That means the Bowling Green Hot Rods will have their own version of Shohei Ohtani this year. 112 more words

Midwest League

Reinaldo Ruiz returning as Hot Rods manager

The Tampa Bay Rays announced Wednesday that Reinaldo Ruiz will return as manager of the Bowling Green Hot Rods this coming season.

It will be Ruiz’s fourth season at the helm of the Hot Rods, and his ninth year as a coach in the Rays organization. 259 more words

Midwest League

Two Padres trades include four ex-Midwest Leaguers

The San Diego Padres made two trades Tuesday, and each included two former Midwest League players.

The first trade involved the Padres sending outfielder Jabari Blash to the New York Yankees for third baseman Chase Headley and RHP Bryan Mitchell. 358 more words

Midwest League

Padilla Wins Pro Baseball Title

Cardinal Spellman High School graduate Nicholas Padilla and his Hudson Valley Renegades teammates captured the New York-Penn League championship with a 6-0 victory over Vermont on Thursday. 68 more words

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