2nd Jul | Story

Soul food

The Pelicans executive chef Ricky Andrews feeds hundreds of people a night. CIA trained, his menus include juicy filet mignon and smoky barbecue chicken. Before he found professional success, though, Andrews struggled to even feed himself.

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2nd Jul | Story

Catching up on crossed signals

Myrtle Beach coach Brad Holman pitched three spectacular months in the majors, then faded back into the minor leagues and retirement. He almost never made it up at all, though.

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13th May | Story

In her memory

Mac McDermott collected decades of Sacramento sports history as a hobby. Then his wife died. He retired and retreated to his binders and spreadsheets filled with names and numbers. Now the River Cats are helping him keep his passion and his wife’s spirit alive.

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1st Jul | Story

Utility player

Name a responsibility off the field and more than likely David Ryther Jr. has it on his resume. His love for baseball spans from naming his daughter after his favorite team to washing and folding jerseys.

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27th May | Story

A gold standard

Six years ago, Efren Navarro was a washed-up college pitcher with a pin in his left arm. Far cry from the minor league Gold Glove first baseman he is today.

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21 Jul | Photos

Dayton Dragons

Dayton Dragons
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14 Jul | Photos

Fort Wayne TinCaps

Fort Wayne TinCaps
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13 Jul | Photos

Indianapolis Indians

Indianapolis Indians
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12 Jul | Photos

Louisville Bats

Louisville Bats
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