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How Minor League Baseball is closely interwoven

With the Colorado Springs Sky Sox not even gone yet, it remains to be seen if they will leave any time soon, the city of Colorado Springs and Dave Elmore, owner of the Sky Sox, are discussing the possibility to keep minor league baseball in the city with a downtown ballpark. But this downtown ballpark will not one that can be the home for a AAA team.

It may look like a strange situation. The Sky Sox have not even signed a deal with the city
of San Antonio yet, as the latter is still discussing how to fund a new downtown AAA ballpark. And that is on which it is all depending: A move of the Sky Sox to San Antonio. Next to that the San Antonio Missions (AA, Texas League), must find a new home too. Still Amarillo is the best option but also in that city they are still finding a way to fund the stadium.

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With nine top prospect, 2016 may be the year for Biscuits

The Montgomery Biscuits announced their Opening Day roster. Nine of the Rays top 30 prospects, this team is stuffed with talent this season. Where the team stranded in the first round of the play offs last year, this year’s team may get a step further in the 2016 www.biscuitsbaseball.comcampaign.

The highest ranked prospect on the roster is 20-year old shortstop Willy Adames.
Despite being the 3rd best prospect in the Rays’ organization, Adames did not hit very well at A-Advanced last year. In 106 games with the Charlotte StoneCrabs, Adames hit just .258.

With nine top prospects, 2016 may be a nice year for Biscuits

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