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Tag Archive | Connecticut Tigers

A Ballpark Birthday

West Michigan Whitecaps vs. Peoria Chiefs (Midwest League) Fifth Third Ballpark-Comstock Park, MI: I had the night off from work, rare for a Thursday, so I decided to take the boys downstate for a ballgame for my birthday. What can be better than a birthday at the ballpark with family, right? When we got to […]

Whitecaps Update: Verlander in West Michigan

Well, I knew that the headline would get somebody’s attention…. Yes, Ben Verlander, brother of Detroit Tigers’ ace Justin Verlander, will suit up for the Whitecaps this season. He was a 14th round pick out of Old Dominion last season, who batted .219 for the Connecticut Tigers in 2013, and was a NY-Penn League All-Star.  […]

Rabelo to manage C-Tigs

With Andrew Graham’s promotion from the Connecticut Tigers to the Whitecaps, the Detroit organization had another spot to fill. The Tigers filled that spot with another former catcher who played in West Michigan, with Mike Rabelo. He spent 2011 as hitting coach for the Gulf Coast League Tigers, and 2012-13 in the same position for […]

Parrish takes over Mud Hens

For the second season in a row, the West Michigan Whitecaps are left without a manager. Unlike last season, however, this change comes with a promotion. Larry Parrish (pictured), who led the ‘Caps to a 69-70 finish in the Midwest League, has been promoted to helm the Toledo Mud Hens in 2014. This isn’t his first experience […]

Former Tigers, Mud Hens, skipper Larry Parrish to manage Whitecaps

The 2013 baseball season is starting to look a little brighter for us Whitecaps fans, as Larry Parrish was officially assigned to manage the team yesterday. It seems his managing career is coming full circle, though, after managing in the bigs and at the Triple-A level, he’s back in Class A baseball where he started. […]

‘Caps Dominate Detroit All-Stars

Recently MiLB.com released the Detroit Tigers organizational All-Stars. Basically they honor the players who had the best seasons in their organization, regardless of age or prospect status. The Whitecaps are highly represented here, in players from the 2011 season, and alumni from previous seasons. Plenty of players here that we’ve seen and met, and hoping to […]

Totally Tigers

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The Unofficial Blogger of the Chicago Cubs in Canada

Redleg Nation

The home for obsessive fans of Cincinnati Reds baseball, since 2005

Better Off Red

Jamie Ramsey gives you an all-access pass into the world of the Cincinnati Reds

MLB Reports

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Musings of a Displaced Tigers Fan

Long-distance relationships are hard.

Ben's Biz Blog

The Greatest Minor League Baseball Blog of All Time

BakerBoys&Baseball

A Boy and his Dad's Adventures in Baseball

All Things Ed

Celebrating more innocent times of childhood memories, which seem to revovle around baseball. Minor league games, baseball trivia, and a hint of nostalgia.. Enjoy!

Sons of '84

The place for Tigers fans, baseball die hards, fantasy baseball enthusiast, and baseball card geeks

Indy Ball Island

Writing and sharing stories about Independent Baseball.

The Baseball Bloggess

Loves the 4-6-3 and the Serial Comma.

Flashin' Leather

"God I love baseball." Roy Hobbs | The Natural

BBST

BBST brings you all the latest MLB news & analysis with a slight West Coast bias & an Oaktown twist

The Ballpark Guide

This is the travel blog for Malcolm MacMillan, founder of TheBallparkGuide.com. Visit the website for comprehensive guides to Major League Baseball and Minor League Baseball stadiums.

MiLB Snap Shots

As a freelancer, Tom Priddy has been photographing Minor League Baseball for more than 18 years. These are his photos and the stories behind them.

HardballTalk

Baseball. Baseball. And then a bit more baseball.

Beck's Blog

Tracking the Tigers with MLB.com beat writer Jason Beck.

Ballparks on a Budget

Baseball is better in person- take yourself out to the ballgame!