High Point Rockers Bring Back Giovanny Alfonzo, Nephew of Met Legend Edgardo Alfonzo


Alfonzo--whose dad, Edgar Alfonzo, managed in New York's minor league system--played 75 contest with the Columbia Fireflies, a Mets' Single-A affiliate in 2018.

Blue Crabs Ink Ex-Met Minor Leaguer Dario Pizzano, Former Yankee Farmhand Jordan Scott to Deals


The Mariners picked Pizzano in the 15th round in 2012, while the Yankees selected Scott in the 14th round of the 2016 Draft.

Lexington Legends Ink Ex-Met Pitcher Tim Peterson


During his eight seasons of pro baseball, Peterson has shined with a 19-14 record and a 3.20 ERA. He tossed 357 innings and struck out 414 batters while only walking 91 during that time span.

York Revolution’s PeoplesBank Park’s Historic Arch Nemesis Wall to Be Shortened for Wildlife Protection


Iconic wall to be shortened to help preserve nearby wildlife.

LI Ducks Add 3-Year MLB Pitcher Rob Zastryzny to Roster


Zastryzny spent parts of three seasons (2016-18) in the Major Leagues with the Chicago Cubs, who drafted him in the second round of the 2013 MLB amateur draft. He appeared in 18 games (one start), amassing a 2-0 mark with a 4.41 ERA and 31 strikeouts over 34.2 innings pitched.

LI Ducks Ink Ex-MLB Pitcher Mike Bolsinger to Deal


Bolsinger has pitched with the Arizona Diamondbacks (2014), Los Angeles Dodgers, (2015-16) and Toronto Blue Jays (2017) in his four-year MLB stint. He has combined to make 48 appearances (41 starts), amassing 230.2 innings of work while striking out 210 batters.

LI Ducks Ink Ex-Columbia Southpaw Reliever David Speer


The 28-year-old pitch in 33 games (four starts) combined with Double-A Akron and Triple-A Columbus in 2019. He went 3-3 with a 2.06 ERA with two saves and 44 strikeouts over 56.2 innings. Before the season, Speer earned an invitation to Cleveland’s Major League spring training camp.

Former Met Pitching Coach Dave Eiland to Lead Lexington Legends’ Staff


Eiland’s tutelage helped lead the Kansas City Royals and the New York Yankees to World Series Crowns in 2015 and 2009, respectively.

LI Ducks Bring Back Two-Way Player Clint Freeman


in 2109 with the Ducks, the 29-year-old appeared in 28 contests as a position player, posting a .270 batting average with two home runs, 14 RBI, 12 runs, three doubles, and a .340 on-base percentage. The Tennessee native also made 15 outings out of the bullpen, recording one hold and striking out 13 batters over 17 innings of work. Defensively, he recorded a .994 fielding percentage, committing just one error.