A commemorative bobblehead of legendary, former Chicago Bears football head coach Mike Ditka donning a Dogs-inspired sweater will be giving to every fan in attendance at the Chicago Dog's Home opener.
Saint Paul Saints get ready for 2020 season with three more players added to roster.
The Jersey Strong T-Shirt is available online only through the Somerset Patriots’ website, Facebook page, and Shopify store.
The Columbia Police Foundation, who have set a goal to raise at least $20,000, administer Peace of Mind. If you would like to donate separately, you can send donations to: Columbia Police Foundation, Attn: Chief Skip Holbrook, 1 Justice Square, Columbia, SC 29201.
While with High Point, Halbohn, 27, appeared in 15 games with a stellar 1.89 ERA, fanning 16 batters in 19 innings. With Chicago, he filled the closer role position and spun a spectacular 1.98 ERA in 36 games while notching 14 saves. That save total marked his highest in a season since recording 10 saves at Belmont Abbey College, in Belmont, North Carolina, in 2016.
Six-foot-six-inch former major league righty hurler Josh Lucas has registered a 25-21 pro career mark with a 3.53 ERA, 56 saves, 350 strikeouts and 104 walks across 390 frames in 250 affairs (16 starts).
Kinley, 28, allowed just four earned runs over his 16 innings of work in a Patriot uniform (2.25 ERA) with 17 strikeouts. Additionally, he enjoyed a strong month of August in which he permitted only one earned run over 10 innings and struck out two or more batters in five of his 10 appearances.
A former Yankees first-round pick, 32nd overall, of the 2010 MLB June Amateur Draft out of Irondequoit High School (Rochester, NY), Culver played in eight seasons within New York's organization, reaching as high as Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre in 2016 and 2017.
Ryan Jackson has played 42 games at the MLB level, including his Major League debut on August 11, 2012, in a road win versus the Philadelphia Phillies. Jackson's first big-league knock, a pinch-hit single, came against Dallas Keuchel in a 13-5 win against the Houston Astros, on August 23, 2012.
The six-foot-three, 210-pounder laced a .395 batting average and had over .536 on-base percentage as junior at Long Island City High School.