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This was life for Joash Brodin, a 2005 North Thurston High School graduate, five years ago as a first-year player in the independent Frontier League...Last month, the first baseman/outfielder got the break he'd been hoping for. Brodin signed for the
Leftover concession stand food, likely hot dogs or hamburgers, for dinner. The apartment was barely affordable because the player was earning $150 a week while trying to make it big in baseball. This was life for Joash Brodin, a 2005 North Thurston
Evansville Otters manager Andy McCauley said he's been part of baseball teams that have gone 17-31 in the first half of the season, only to go 31-17 in the second half and make the playoffs. "That's really what we're shooting for here," McCauley said
Article Highlights "I definitely want to play affiliated ball...Courier & Press Evansville Otters shortstop Greg Fontenot fires the ball to first in the fifth inning of the Otters game on Monday. If Greg Fontenot wants to fulfill his dream of playing
Dan Marcacci came to the Evansville Otters' organization about three months ago before the end of his senior season at the University of Southern Indiana hoping to continue playing baseball in Evansville. In all honesty, I made sure college ball wasn'
Former Florida Gulf Coast University pitcher Pete Woodworth is now with the Traverse City (Mich.) Beach Bums of the Frontier League. Woodworth, 22, was not drafted last year, but joined the Gulf Coast League entry for the Tampa Bay Rays. He went 1-1
Sun-Times Media The Joliet JackHammers are talking with other prospective buyers after a leading bidder for the team pulled out this week, team president Peter Ferro Jr. said Wednesday...With other baseball people calling and looking for an
With three days off between the regular season finale and Thursday night's first game of the Frontier League divisional playoffs, the Southern Illinois Miners went back to basics. The last three days have been all about preparation, Miners manager
Louis Cardinals third base coach Hal Lanier has long believed that manager Whitey Herzog deserved to be in the Baseball Hall of Fame. "When I was coaching with him, and I've said this before, I thought he was the best manager ever in baseball,"
The former Monterey High School star's college career, which included stops at Texas, Arizona State and Sonoma State, had ended. But still the three-time Monterey Bay League MVP and two-time all-state selection believed his playing days were not over.