A couple of wild back-and-forth affairs in Salt Lake and Rocket City and an late rally in the Inland Empire highlighted what was an eventful Thursday night for the Angels’ minor league affiliates. Player of the Day Michael Stefanic has been no stranger to the player of the day section of these articles in recent months,
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We remember the days before 9/11 as placid and problem-free. They weren’t. The Sept. 11 papers featured a mass shooting in Sacramento and a stock market plunge. Still, it was comparatively mundane, just another day in the life.
Michelle Gardner has covered high school sports and local colleges for the Daily Bulletin and Sun since 2002. She previously covered a wide variety of sports from the high school level to the professional ranks in Florida with tenures at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel,
The fourth week of Santa Clarita football is scheduled for Friday with all schools officially having played at least one game despite COVID-19 complications that have forced the cancellation of several games through the first three weeks of competition.
First Person War is a terrible thing. I did not always know that. When I was a young boy, the ancient Greek and Roman adventures I read inspired my imagination. In middle school, I read “The Red Badge of Courage” and wondered if I would have the grit to stand in battle.
This article exists to provide links to the box scores from yesterday’s Minor League Baseball games for the San Francisco Giants four affiliates, and to provide a space for you to talk about the Minors.
Player of the day Ryan Ward continues to have an amazing season in Great Lakes. He hit a home run and drove in six runs on Thursday. On the season, Ward is hitting .293 with an OPS of .927. In addition,
Once an unranked prospect, catcher Diego Cartaya now is listed as 29th overall prospect in baseball, per MLB Pipeline’s new Top 100 Prospects list that was released Thursday. Cartaya, currently playing for Low-A Rancho Cucamonga,