24th Apr | Story

Built back up

More than six years have passed since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans. The Zephyrs were out of the state when the storm hit, but eight miles west of the Superdome and the city, they still think about the aftermath.

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29th Jun | Story

Fully mended

Teenage Tommy John Surgery is seldom recommended — ligaments and bones are still developing, after all — but Rome right-hander Navery Moore is proof the procedure can work, though it does take time.

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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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1st Jun | Story

The sun will come out tomorrow

On some days, general managers and groundskeepers are resident meteorologists. They try to predict when the storms will come, if they come at all, and when the players should take the field.

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31st May | Story

A room and a view

Every season, thousands of host families open their homes to young players. There are 21 host families in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, including Don and Robin Grawe, who landed a pair of future all-stars in their spare bedroom.

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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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