Legends of the Deep: Sea Unicorns emerge

Legends of the Deep: Sea Unicorns emerge The Detroit Tigers’ Class A Short Season affiliate is now known as the Norwich Sea Unicorns. MiLB.com’s Ben Hill has the details on this mythical seafaring New York-Penn League entity. Source: https://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20191205&content_id=312063120&fext=.jsp&vkey=news_milb&sid=milb

North Johnson Named New Northwest League President

North Johnson Named New Northwest League President The Northwest League (NWL) announced that North Johnson will become the new league president at the start of 2020. The NWL conducted a nationwide search, bringing interest from over 60 well-qualified candidates. Johnson, a 42-year MiLB veteran, stood out amongst the competition with his extensive resume of leadership…

Mets Sign Jarrett Parker, Max Moroff

Mets Sign Jarrett Parker, Max Moroff The Mets have signed outfielder Jarrett Parker and infielder Max Moroff to minor league deals, the team announced.  Parker and Moroff will both be invited to the team’s Major League spring camp. More analysis to come… Source: https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2019/12/mets-sign-jarrett-parker-max-moroff.html

Brewers Sign Justin Grimm

Brewers Sign Justin Grimm The Brewers have signed right-hander Justin Grimm to a minor league contract, as per the club’s Twitter account.  Grimm’s deal contains an invitation to the Brewers’ big league Spring Training camp. Grimm bounced between the Indians, Dodgers, and Reds last season without appearing in the majors for any of the three…

The Citadel releases 2020 Schedule

The Citadel releases 2020 Schedule CHARLESTON, S.C. – A schedule that features 34 home games, including the likes of Clemson, South… Visit College Baseball Daily for the Full Story Source: http://www.collegebaseballdaily.com/2019/12/05/the-citadel-releases-2020-schedule/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+CollegeBaseballDaily+%28College+Baseball+Daily%29

Padres Likely To Pursue Kwang-Hyun Kim

Padres Likely To Pursue Kwang-Hyun Kim The Padres are planning to take another run at signing lefty Kwang-Hyun Kim now that he’s been posted by the SK Wyverns of the Korea Baseball Organization, Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. San Diego won the bidding on Kim when he was posted under the previous blind-bid…