The folks at www.minorleaguebaseball.com take an early run at an Eastern League season preview. The SeaWolves glance: Erie Sea Wolves (Detroit Tigers) Prospect to Watch in 2009 The SeaWolves are poised to bring the best righthanded pitching prospect in the minor leagues to Erie this summer in 6′5″ 20-year-old Rick Porcello from West Orange, N.J…. View Article
Erie SeaWolves opening day — April 8 — will arrive a lot sooner than any of us think. Any of us but the SeaWolves, anyway. They’re prepping for the season with a job fair Saturday, Feb. 14, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Tullio Arena. If you’re interested in becoming part of the promotional… View Article
Matt Wallace, owner of the Take 75 North blog on MVN, takes a shot at projecting which Tigers’ prospects will end up on which roster when spring training opens. He has some good thoughts not only on the Erie SeaWolves, but the entire Tigers minor-league operation.
Hope springs eternal this time of year not only for baseball players and fans, but also for job-hunters who want to work in the baseball field. Eastern League teams have a number of openings, from internships to director of ticket sales for the Erie SeaWolves. Get your resume ready and take your cuts in the… View Article
The Altoona Curve is combatting the economy by lowering ticket prices across the board for the 2009 season. In January, the team pushed back prices on season tickets and all but general admission single-game tickets. This week the Curve added group outings, picnics, half-season packages and flex book discounts. Minor league baseball already is about… View Article
– Times-News beat writer Ron Leonardi wraps up the Erie SeaWolves season. – The Merced Sun-Star catches up with former Erie SeaWolves catcher Dusty Ryan. – SeaWolves outfielder Casper Wells was named Eastern League player of the month for August. – The SeaWolves released their 2009 home schedule. – The Akron Aeros and Trenton Thunder… View Article
SeaWolves second baseman Will Rhymes will be making his Triple-A debut sooner than expected. Rhymes, who leads the Eastern League in hits with 158, was promoted to Triple-A Toledo on Wednesday. The Mud Hens placed injured infielder Max Leon on the club’s disabled list on Wednesday due to a separated shoulder, necessitating Rhymes’ callup. Rhymes… View Article