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By Rodger M. Wood One run games, close Northern and Southern Division pennant races, extra inning playoffs, a multitude of top prospects playing good baseball, lots of low run pitching and clutch hitting thrilled AA – Eastern League fans all 2008 season. Beating Akron 3 games to 1. Yankees AA- … Continue reading
Triple A – International League – Cincinnati Reds I saw Louisville play just once this season at The Diamond in Richmond VA on a Saturday night before my grandson Sebastian’s first birthday party the following day. Through the years, probably as far back as 1993, I’ve seen Louisville play at … Continue reading
After winning the Carolina League Championship in 2007, the Frederick Keys, plagued by call ups, injuries and inconsistency, came up way short both halves in 2008. They finished with an overall 63 – 76 W-L record, a third place finish with a 34-36 record n the Northern Division the first … Continue reading
If I were a younger person starting all over, I’d consider making that long trek west to raise my young family in Salt Lake City, Utah. While not a Mormon as many in that city, I have to respect people, who against all odds, went west to a then desolate … Continue reading
I finally made it to Boise! Considering I had started off there twice by car from Ogden, Utah, only to turn around when it dawned on me it was too far to drive there in one or two days. I was overjoyed when my plane landed at Boise Airport even … Continue reading
In an earlier article, “Look Homeward Angel,” I told you how great I thought the city of Asheville and surrounding mountains were. If I had my druthers, I would have been content to stay and shoot photograph of the Low A – Rockies Asheville Tourists and other SALLY teams visiting … Continue reading
You wouldn’t believe the fun I had with the Los Angeles Dodgers’ Rookie A Pioneer League Ogden Raptors the two days I was at Lindquist Field in July. President/Chairman Dave Baggott, GM Joey Stein, and Marketing Adam Turner greeted me cordially at the door, manager Mike Brumley, batting coach Michael … Continue reading
I love rookie ball! If I had my druthers, I would stay out west all summer to photograph young Pioneer League ball players at Ogden and Orem every day. They are new to professional baseball, enthusiastic, and anxious to do well. They put out 120 % effort but still make … Continue reading
New in the Available Photo Listings for 2008. See my most recent player photos that are available.