13th May | Story

Dollars and sense

When the late Art Savage moved the River Cats from Vancouver to Sacramento, he wanted to build a stadium with private funds. Thanks to Dan Vistica, an old friend with decades of financial experience, the plan has succeeded.

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8th May | Story

Under the Golden Arches

One of the larger collections of McDonald’s memorabilia provides a glimpse into the company’s history on the site of its first restaurant — all less than two miles from where the Inland Empire 66ers play their home games.

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4th May | Story

Think you know Scott Van Slyke? You have no idea

One thing you probably know about the former Albuquerque Isotope, one thing you might know about him and nine things you have never heard before.

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16th Jun | Story

You can put it on the board

The Memphis Redbirds poured more than $2 million into a new video board with the hope to engage fans in new ways every game. Until then, they can at least say they have the biggest board in the minors.

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21st May | Story

First Person: Tony Ensor

From the bottom of the grounds crew in Chattanooga to the top of the front office in Colorado Springs, Tony Ensor has seen plenty during his 27 years in the minors. Here are some of his favorite stories.

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07 Jul | Videos

Jonny Gomes

Before he played in the majors, Jonny Gomes hit 63 homers in the minors, suffered a heart attack and, on a lighter note, became a certified personal trainer.

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21 Jul | Photos

Dayton Dragons

The Dragons faltered on their way to a 9-1 loss to the Kane County Cougars, but fans were still entertained between innings ... by the ZOOperstars.

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