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.

Brooklyn Cyclones Announce Promo Dates


In addition to the six giveaways, Brooklyn will host 10 Sundays for the first 200 kids in the ballpark who will receive a pre-signed autograph from a Cyclones player.

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 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.

West Virginia Power Brings Baseball Back to Charleston; Become 8th Team in Atlantic League in 2021


The Atlantic League is composed of eight teams in two divisions. West Virginia will play in the South Division alongside the Lexington Legends, High Point Rockers, and Gastonia Honey Hunters.

Ex-George Washington HS Slugger Nellie Rodriguez Inks Deal with York Revolution


Over his eight-year career, Rodriguez is a .234 hitter with 702 hits, 307 extra-base hits, 127 of which were home runs, and 491 RBI in 852 contests.

Gastonia Pro Baseball Reveals Honey Hunters as Team Name


It is about to get a lot sweeter in the city of Gastonia, NC, as Gastonia Professional Baseball unveiled its club name, the¬†Honey Hunters, and brand marks yesterday in a virtual press announcement via Zoom and Facebook Live. Honey Hunters of Atlantic League Pro Baseball In addition to the Honey Hunters, club leadership narrowed the … Continue reading Gastonia Pro Baseball Reveals Honey Hunters as Team Name

MLB Designates Atlantic League as Partner League, Announces Extension of Partnership on Experimental Rules, Equipment


During the 2019 campaign, MLB and ALPB partnered to successfully test the Automated Ball-Strike System (ABS), which used radar tracking technology to assist home plate umpires in calling balls and strikes called Trackman.