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1991 Tulsa Drillers AA Texas League

The 1991 Tulsa Drillers finished the season with a record of 58-78, 28 games behind the Shreveport Captains. The poor records makes it hard to believe that the roster included 19 players who would go on to the Show including 19 year old future Hall of Famer, … 420 more words

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A “Long” Family Tradition

Minor League baseball is rich with some of the most athletic humans on the planet, but few own the unique pedigree of Quakes’ right-handed pitcher Nolan Long. 484 more words

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What is DJ Peters’ Route to the Bigs?

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.– DJ Peters was one of many young prospects optioned down to minor league camp during spring training.  Peters has left off where he ended after an impressive 2017 campaign with High-A Rancho Cucamonga that ended in Cal League MVP honors.  529 more words

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New Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame at Bricktown Ballpark

A suite down the left field line of Bricktown Ballpark laid vacant for years. Until the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame had an idea. The suite used to house a sports bar that allowed fans to eat with a view. 446 more words

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Dodgers Roster: What Does the Offense Need to Improve?

If you’ve been a long time reader of this column or a follower of mine on Twitter, you know that I always do my best not to overreact to the ups and downs of a long baseball season. 656 more words

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Dodgers Prospect Watch: Dennis Santana Rising Quickly

For those of you who are regular readers of this site, you know that we spend a lot of time covering the Dodgers‘ minor league affiliates, especially the Double-A… 766 more words

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Dodgers News & Notes: Jansen, Turner, Quakes, Drillers & More

For those fans who watched Monday night’s contest against Arizona to the bitter end, they saw a little bit of everything from the Dodgers—sketchy starting pitching, some stellar relief pitching, some timely hitting, and another unimpressive appearance from one of the best closer in baseball. 651 more words

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