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  • PHILLIES INVITE NINE TO SPRING TRAINING ...

     
    Former IronPigs Pete Orr, Andres Blanco and Michael Martinez are among nine players invited to the Phillies major league spring training camp as non-roster invitees. The complete list: Andres Blanco, INF – In 120 games for the IronPigs last season,...
  • Wednesday's local baseball roundup: Pilots walk off with victory in 10th, improve to 10-2 in second half

    Coastal Plain League: The Peninsula Pilots' second-half magic continued Wednesday night with a come-from-behind 7-6, 10-inning win over the Petersburg Generals at War Memorial Stadium. Old Dominion player Tyler Urps' RBI single with none out brought...
  • IronPigs bullpen back to full strength

     
    After losing J.C. Ramirez and Phillippe Aumont to the Phillies in a 24-hour span on the road, Dave Brundage is back to a full bullpen. Right hander Luis Garcia joined the team from Reading when the IronPigs opened a nine-game home stand Tuesday night, and...
  • Ex-IronPig on PCL all-star squad

     
    Tuffy Gosewisch spent parts of two seasons with the IronPigs and 7 1/2 seasons in the Phillies system after they took him on the 11th round in the 2005 draft. He never hit higher than .255. Signed by Arinzona in the offseason, however, the 29-year-old...
  • 2 players, trainer will go to Triple-A all-star game for Tides, who rout Gwinnett 13-0

    Two players and the Norfolk trainer will represent the Tides in the 26th annual Triple-A all-star game in Reno, Nev., on July 17. Relief pitcher Jairo Asencio was one of 13 players elected to the International League team in voting by field managers...
  • Star Track: Chris Ray

    Star Track: Chris Ray
    Former William and Mary pitcher Chris Ray's latest stop in his baseball odyssey is Sacramento. That's the Triple-A team in California to which the Oakland Athletics assigned the 31-year-old reliever after signing him July 13. He yielded two earned runs...
  • Indians clinch IL West Title with 6-1 victory over Louisville combined with Columbus loss

    Indians clinch IL West Title with 6-1 victory over Louisville combined with Columbus loss
    COURTESY: INDYINDIANS It was a picture-perfect night for baseball on Thursday as the Indianapolis Indians defeated the Louisville Bats 6-1 at Victory Field, lowering their magic number to clinch the International League West Division title to just one....
  • DOWN ON THE FARM, extended version...

     
    Liberty’s Matt McBride (Colorado) went 3-for-5 Friday for Colorado Springs, the seventh time this year he’s had 3 or more hits in a game, as his latest hitting streak reached 5 G (9-for-24, .375). His .358 average is 7th in the Pacific Coast...
  • LATE ON FEIERABEND, PHILLIES SIGN INDY PITCHER TO REPLACE BUSH ...

     
    After being a few hours late to bring back Ryan Feierabend, the Phillies signed 30-year-old right hander Matt Wright to take Dave Bush's spot in the IronPigs rotation. Bush opted out of his contract earlier this week to sign with a team in Korea....
  • CLOYD, FRANDSEN NAMED TO ALL-STAR SQUAD ...

     
    Right hander Tyler Cloyd and second baseman Kevin Frandsen will join IronPigs manager Ryne Sandberg in Buffalo next month for the Triple-A all-star game. Cloyd was voted onto the squad through a process that included voting by fans, the media and...
  • ONE PERSON'S ALL-STAR BALLOT ...

     
    The International League relies on the media for one-third of the selection process for its mid-summer all-star team that meets the Pacific Coast League. Ballots need to be submitted by June 25, but since I will be away all next week and the IronPigs don'...
  • IRONPIGS A MONEY-MAKING MACHINE, ACCORDING TO FORBES ...

     
    Remember all those doom-and-gloomers who were predicting that minor league baseball in the Lehigh Valley wouldn't work? Not only is it working, but a recent Forbes Magazine story estimates that the Lehigh Valley IronPigs are the second-most valuable...