The Cape Cod Baseball League was named as one of five beneficiaries of the 2014 Seaside LeMans.
Two former Orleans players are in the news today.
The Boston Red Sox organization just got a little smarter.
Two days before their scheduled arbitration hearing in St. Petersburg, Fla., right-handed pitcher Justin Masterson (Wareham, 2005) and the Cleveland Indians reached agreement on a one-year deal worth $9,762,500.
A healthier and wealthier Andrew Miller (Chatham, 2004/05) can now concentrate on helping the Boston Red Sox win another World Series.
Veteran left-hander Mark Mulder (Bourne, 1997) has most likely thrown his last pitch as a professional baseball player.
Justin Smoak (Cotuit, 2006), the Cape Cod Baseball League’s 2006 Most Valuable Player, has avoided an arbitration hearing by coming to terms with the Seattle Mariners on a new contract for 2014.
Carson Cross, the 6-5, 210-pound right-handed ace of the University of Connecticut pitching staff, has been lost to the team for the season.
Former Whitecap LaPorta signs minor league contract with Orioles
Matt Wieters (Orleans, 2006) will earn $2.2 million more this season remaining with the Baltimore Orioles.
Mike Carrier has been named Deputy Commissioner of the Cape Cod Baseball League for the the five teams in the CCBL’s West Division.
The clock is ticking for Boston relief pitcher Andrew Miller (Chatham, 2004/05) and Baltimore catcher Matt Wieters (Orleans, 2006).
Hard-luck starting pitcher Cory Luebke (Falmouth, 2006) will not be a rotation option in 2014 for the San Diego Padres.
Former Tampa Bay Ray super sub Sam Fuld (Hyannis, 2003) hopes to be playing baseball again this summer in Northern California
Spring training. Two words which are music to the ears of baseball fans everywhere.
The deadline for submitting nominations for the Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame class of 2014 is February 15, 2014.
Former Boston Red Sox bullpen stalwart Daniel Bard (Wareham, 2005) has signed a minor league deal with the Texas Rangers.