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Rambo a Lock for MVP, Rookie Nods, Rest of Awards Wide Open

(GAME DATE — Oct. 27, 2020) — The indomitable Chicago rookie sensation John Rambo is a virtual guarantee to take home the Lake League’s Carl Simms MVP Award and the Rookie of the Year Awards for the 2020 season, along with the Gold Crown for the RF position.

This has been nearly certain since the all-star break, when the 23-year-old drafted last year out of Arizona State was among LL HR leaders by then, and hit a 2-run shot in his only all-star game at bat. But the rest of the player awards are less certain, and early returns on voting have shown few locks as solid as Rambo. Continue reading “Rambo a Lock for MVP, Rookie Nods, Rest of Awards Wide Open”

Cannons, Salts Agree to Trade

The Kingston Cannons and the Seattle Salts finally came to terms with a trade the teams had been discussing for several days now, one that will see the Salts receive reliever Damien Hines and $16.5 million in cash, in exchange for minor league prospect Albert Jeffrey going to Kingston.

Jeffrey was drafted by the Salts in the supplemental round in June, the 39th overall pick after a decent season with the Can-Am College league’s Danbury College, where he was 4-4 with an ERA of 3.35, and 72 K’s in 83.1 innings. Continue reading “Cannons, Salts Agree to Trade”