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Available teams are: Calgary Inferno, California Tidals, Dallas Deputies, Denver Danger, Detroit Motorheads, New York Dragons, Rimouski Fighting Moose.

Fighting Moose in Fighting Form as Week 5 Closes

The books are closed on Week #5 of the regular season, and the Rimouski Fighting Moose have surged to the top of the LL East standings in what has been a roller-coaster ride so far in that division this season. The Moose are 20-12 at the close of the first trimester of baseball, two games ahead of the Toronto Nomads, who held the lead for the early weeks.

Last week, the Moose completed a four-game sweep of the Boston Brawlers, and after a rare Saturday rest day, they opened a home stand against rivals Montreal with a 2-1 comeback win yesterday. Continue reading “Fighting Moose in Fighting Form as Week 5 Closes”

Admirals Sign Soto to $215M Extension Deal

Jose ‘Flinch’ Soto will be staying with the St. Pete’s Admirals for the foreseeable future after it was announced the sophomore right-hander has signed to a 10-year contract extension worth nearly $215.8 million.

Soto was an easy choice for the AEL’s Sandy Koufax Award in his rookie season last year, along with the Rookie of the Year trophy, after going undefeated in 21 starts, and earning 15 wins along the way, tying for the league lead. He ended the year with a 2.00 ERA and 174 strikeouts. Continue reading “Admirals Sign Soto to $215M Extension Deal”

Goyle Lands 1,000th Hit

Ohio 1B Goyle collected hit #1000 tonight in a losing effort in Louisville

Ohio Oxen slugger Garth Goyle has reached base safely a milestone 1,000th time tonight. The 34-year-old veteran first baseman was proud of his accomplishment, coming in just his 3rd year with the Oxen. He previously played 11 seasons with the Montreal Metros, where he earned 790 of those hits.

But, he said later, getting #1000 for the Oxen was a special moment for him. But it was bittersweet, as the Oxen fell to the Louisville Sluggers, 5-1. Continue reading “Goyle Lands 1,000th Hit”

Admiral Surge, Pit Bulls and Sluggers Crash

The St. Petersburg Admirals continue their hot streak in the AEL’s East Division, capping the first week of June on a 4 game winning streak. They beat state rivals, the Miami Storm, 3-1 on Thursday to avoid being swept, then started a weekend home series against the California Tidals on Friday, opening with a 6-0, 3-hit shutout win, courtesy of RHP Harry Ferguson, who improves to 3-2 on the year. Continue reading “Admiral Surge, Pit Bulls and Sluggers Crash”

Ravens Select Seymour

Brandon Seymour, a center fielder with the Mass Bay Law College Maulers in the Can-Am College league, has become the first position player selected in this year’s entry draft. He was selected 5th overall by the Minneapolis Ravens, using their compensation pick.

The Ravens had been awarded the compensation pick for failing to sign Dan Mott last year in their 4th overall selection. Mott was selected 3rd overall this year by the California Tidals. Continue reading “Ravens Select Seymour”

Western’s Payton Bint Selected by Detroit in Draft

Payton Bint, a first baseman with the Western Mustangs, has become the first Canadian Intercollegiate Sports affiliated college player to be drafted into the Bull League after the Detroit Motorheads took him in the first round today.

Big P, who hails from nearby Chatham-Kent, Ontario, is an exceptionally talented player by many accounts, and should he agree to a deal the Motorheads will immediately see their odds of a championship in the near future improve. Continue reading “Western’s Payton Bint Selected by Detroit in Draft”