Baseball league – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 12:33:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nyrenegades.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/ny.png Baseball league – NY Renegades http://nyrenegades.com/ 32 32 Red Sox sign former Cubs outfielder to minor league https://nyrenegades.com/red-sox-sign-former-cubs-outfielder-to-minor-league/ Thu, 24 Nov 2022 10:20:54 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/red-sox-sign-former-cubs-outfielder-to-minor-league/ The Red Sox got busy over Thanksgiving week. Boston signed a left-handed reliever and acquired a versatile infielder in a trade, and the Red Sox continued to round off its depth by signing former Cubs outfielder Narciso Crook to a minor league contract, according to the team’s trade thread. The 27-year-old has mostly spent time […]]]>

The Red Sox got busy over Thanksgiving week.

Boston signed a left-handed reliever and acquired a versatile infielder in a trade, and the Red Sox continued to round off its depth by signing former Cubs outfielder Narciso Crook to a minor league contract, according to the team’s trade thread.

The 27-year-old has mostly spent time at Chicago’s Triple-A affiliate in Iowa, but made his Major League Baseball debut in the 2022 season. He played in four games, three of which were against the Red Sox. Crook was 1 for 7 with five strikeouts, but he impressed at Triple-A Iowabatting .260 with 19 homers, 67 RBI and .837 OPS in 101 games.

Crook is a former 23rd-round pick of the Reds in the 2013 entry draft. He spent seven years with the Cincinnati organization before signing a minor league contract with the Cubs last November. He was among the top 30 prospects in the Reds system in 2016.

Crook will likely add depth to Triple-A Worcester and join an outfield that includes Alex Verdugo, Kiké Hernández, Rob Refsnyder and Jarren Duran.

Thumbnail photo via David Banks/USA TODAY Sports Images

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Vandalized Oil Belt Little League Field to be repaired by a generous electrician https://nyrenegades.com/vandalized-oil-belt-little-league-field-to-be-repaired-by-a-generous-electrician/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 04:12:05 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/vandalized-oil-belt-little-league-field-to-be-repaired-by-a-generous-electrician/ CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The little league oil belt just had a terrific season when their the junior league team was named national champion. As the ball players prepare for another great season, training for some has come to a halt after a court was vandalized. “It’s definitely one of those things you love, so […]]]>

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The little league oil belt just had a terrific season when their the junior league team was named national champion.

As the ball players prepare for another great season, training for some has come to a halt after a court was vandalized.

“It’s definitely one of those things you love, so why is it happening? Why do people do things like this?” said Oil Belt Little League Board Member Kathy Rogers and Co-Chair of Fundraising and Publicity.

Athletes took to the fields to stay in shape and prepare for their upcoming season. When they showed up for practice on Thursday and the lights wouldn’t come on, they were puzzled.

AEP came to the field the next day and found that the lines were cut and the copper wire had been stolen from the softball field lights.

Although there are several baseball fields, this was the only field that was vandalized. Except for the Oil Belt neighbors, the lighting at Northwest Corpus Christi Little Miss Kickball Fields was also vandalized.

“Well, it definitely impacts the whole league,” said Jake Martini, field maintenance coordinator for the Oil Belt Little League. “It’s sad. It just irritates you because it’s all based on helping the community.

“It was right in the middle of us that we started doing the right things and making the right move,” Rogers said. “One step forward, two steps forward and it’s like, oh here comes a reversal.”

The Oil Belt Little League is a non-profit organization and relies on fundraising and community support to get by.

Luckily for them, they get support from Rodney Eulenfeld with Xtreme Electric. He promised to go out and fix the streetlights at no cost to the league.

“Certainly grateful because it allows us to continue to improve the ballpark in other ways that we need,” Martini said.

One of those ways they looked forward to fixing up the park was to build shade structures over the bleachers. While they can still do this and don’t have to reallocate any money, safety will have to come first.

“We’re in talks right now to get cameras out here,” Rogers said. “We have phone calls to AEP to possibly get more security lights here in a few different areas.”

Rain has delayed repairs to the lights, but hopefully everything will be up and running this week.

Martini said it was the first time the lighting had been vandalized, but he remembers copper wiring being stolen on several occasions in the past.

If you would like to help the Oil Belt Little League, you can check out their facebook page for fundraisers and ways to donate.

Rogers added that they could organize a community day to help clean up the park if you’d rather volunteer your time.

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Theo Epstein linked to LA Angels by league insider; predicts the club will announce him as president and CEO this offseason https://nyrenegades.com/theo-epstein-linked-to-la-angels-by-league-insider-predicts-the-club-will-announce-him-as-president-and-ceo-this-offseason/ Mon, 21 Nov 2022 15:17:14 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/theo-epstein-linked-to-la-angels-by-league-insider-predicts-the-club-will-announce-him-as-president-and-ceo-this-offseason/ Theo Epstein is a well-known MLB executive and current baseball consultant who is rumored to be the man in line to take the reins of the Los Angeles Angels organization. Theo Epstein’s next work with a team is coming soon, writes @GMBowden. The architect of three World Series champions could be heading west…with Trea Turner […]]]>

Theo Epstein is a well-known MLB executive and current baseball consultant who is rumored to be the man in line to take the reins of the Los Angeles Angels organization.

Theo Epstein’s next work with a team is coming soon, writes @GMBowden. The architect of three World Series champions could be heading west…with Trea Turner joining him in that prediction.” – @ The Athletic MLB

Jim Bowden, a writer for The Athletic Magazine, speculated that Epstein was considering joining the Los Angeles Angels. It comes after star shortstop Trea Turner signed an 8-year contract with the team earlier this week.

“Theo Epstein, Tre Turner and a new owner he’ll yeah sign me up” – @Chad Cacchione

Angels owner Arte Moreno appears to be in the early stages of planning a sale for the team. Maybe Epstein is just the man needed to turn the organization around.

The 48-year-old has captained multiple teams during his tenure as one of baseball’s most successful executives of the modern era. He got his start in the player development department of the San Diego Padreswho eventually rose through the ranks to become the team’s director of baseball operations.

He then moved on to Boston Red Sox, where he assumed the role of Executive Vice President under CEO Larry Luchino. Under the combined leadership regime of Epstein and Luchino, the Red Sox won the 2004 and 2007 World Series. Epstein has been hailed as it was his leadership regime that saw the Sox claim their first World Series victory in 86 years old.

After leaving the Red Sox, Theo Epstein took up a post as chairman of the Chicago Cubs in 2011. During his tenure, the Cubs developed young talent in the form of players like Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo. He was instrumental in ending another long drought, this time leading the Cubs to victory in the 2016 World Series – their first such win in 108 years.

Since resigning from his position with the Cubs in 2020, Epstein has worked for MLB in a role that has been coined as an “on-field consultant.” However, it now looks like he’s planning to return to MLB boardrooms.

Theo Epstein has his work cut out for him in a possible new Angels role

The Angels haven’t made the MLB playoffs since 2014. This has caused a lot of consternation around their fanbase, especially since superstars Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani haven’t done much to change the fortunes of the team. If and when Epstein takes over the Angels, it will be his job to turn the team around. Based on his background, he seems like the right person for the job.

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Kingston High grad graduate Zack Short seeks more consistency next season – Daily Freeman https://nyrenegades.com/kingston-high-grad-graduate-zack-short-seeks-more-consistency-next-season-daily-freeman/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 21:40:42 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/kingston-high-grad-graduate-zack-short-seeks-more-consistency-next-season-daily-freeman/ KINGSTON, NY – After what he described as a “very up and down” season spent mostly with Triple-A Toledo, former Kingston High baseball star Zack Short is looking to develop more consistency in 2023 to return to the big leagues. Short prepares to pitch in the first game of a doubleheader against the Oakland Athletics […]]]>

KINGSTON, NY – After what he described as a “very up and down” season spent mostly with Triple-A Toledo, former Kingston High baseball star Zack Short is looking to develop more consistency in 2023 to return to the big leagues.

Short prepares to pitch in the first game of a doubleheader against the Oakland Athletics on July 21 in Oakland, Calif. (Jeff Chiu/The Associated Press, File)

Although he was briefly called up by the Detroit Tigers for six games in 2022, Short spent most of the season as the starting shortstop for the Toledo Mud Hens. Short hitting .229 with 11 home runs and 60 RBIs in 128 games for the Tigers’ top farm team. He had 11 stolen bases.

“Toledo was very up and down,” Short told the Freeman in an interview. “I think I personally played a bit better than my stated stats with defense and base running, but didn’t produce as much as I would have liked on offense.”

Short said he swung the bat early and thought he figured things out at home plate. But a few nagging injuries appeared and he couldn’t sustain his attack.

“Injuries are pretty common for a long season of playing pretty much every day, but I was never really able to do a long stretch like I did the first month or so,” said Short, 27. “I would like to improve – as I try to do every year – the consistency of my game throughout the season.”

Unlike 2021 when he was called up for 61 games with the Tigers, Short’s time in the majors was brief in 2022. He had no hits in nine at-bats as he made several outings -Toledo returns to Detroit several times, but managed to drive in a few races.

Short still relishes the experience every time he puts on a major league uniform.

“Of course you always get that excitement because you never know what comes with it,” he said. “It’s so in itself to get there and to have multiple opportunities is a gift.”

Short stints in constant contact with fellow Kingston High star Pat Dorrian, who played for the Norfolk Tides before a trade sent him to Nashville Sounds, the Triple-A side of the Milwaukee Brewers, in 2022.
The Sounds ended up winning the International League West Division with a 91-58 mark. Toledo finished second with an 87-63 record, 4½ games behind the Sounds.

Since Dorrian didn’t join Nashville until late June after being traded from the Baltimore Orioles to the Brewers organization, Short and Dorrian haven’t faced each other on the court this season. Dorrian, a third baseman, hit .248 and hit 11 homers in 48 games for Nashville.

“Pat and I talked almost every day or every other day,” Short said. “It’s really nice to have someone off your team to talk about baseball or whatever.”

Short didn’t seem surprised that the Houston Astros won the World Series this year. The Astros beat the Philadelphia Phillies in six games to win the title.

“The Astros year after year seem to have the book on everything,” Short said. “Whether it’s developing, drafting, paying their guys, it’s great to watch. Hitting, they control the area, walk around and do damage. Pitching, they seem to eliminate everyone and don’t not give up runs, which is ideal.And on defense, they are one of the strongest teams in all of baseball every season.

Short will continue to spend the offseason in the Stamford/Norwalk (Connecticut) area. He plans to return to Kingston several times over the holidays to spend time with his family.

Regarding his future with the Tigers organization, Short said he remains on the club’s 40-man roster. However, he has no more options.

“I don’t know where I will be next year,” he said. “From now on, I’m a Detroit Tiger and I’m going to prepare like I’m going to be there next season. Of course, this game is a business, so any transaction is out of my control.

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Fundraiser for a Little League volunteer | Local News https://nyrenegades.com/fundraiser-for-a-little-league-volunteer-local-news/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/fundraiser-for-a-little-league-volunteer-local-news/ WATSONTOWN — Anyone who has been involved with Warrior Run Little League has likely seen or encountered 51-year-old Jon McClintock helping or supporting players. He is a baseball enthusiast who enjoys supporting local youth baseball in the area. McClintock, who has cerebral palsy, needs a new electric scooter. In order to help him get one, […]]]>

WATSONTOWN — Anyone who has been involved with Warrior Run Little League has likely seen or encountered 51-year-old Jon McClintock helping or supporting players. He is a baseball enthusiast who enjoys supporting local youth baseball in the area.

McClintock, who has cerebral palsy, needs a new electric scooter. In order to help him get one, Warrior Run Little League President Travis Stevenson is raising money.

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FanDuel Maryland promo code: $100 bonus + NBA League Pass for 3 months https://nyrenegades.com/fanduel-maryland-promo-code-100-bonus-nba-league-pass-for-3-months/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 15:51:08 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/fanduel-maryland-promo-code-100-bonus-nba-league-pass-for-3-months/ Online sports betting in Maryland will launch on November 23rd and you can apply our FanDuel Maryland promo code via the links on this page for two bonuses before the app goes live. The first is a $100 free bet bonus, while the second is a three-month NBA League Pass. This FanDuel Maryland promo code […]]]>

Online sports betting in Maryland will launch on November 23rd and you can apply our FanDuel Maryland promo code via the links on this page for two bonuses before the app goes live. The first is a $100 free bet bonus, while the second is a three-month NBA League Pass.

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The smartest thing to do if you’re a bettor in Maryland is to pre-register with a sports betting app like FanDuel Maryland. As soon as the application is live, you will no longer be able to register for this pre-registration bonus. As such, it makes sense to register early by following these steps:

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Fortnite Battle Royale modes now include Rocket League cars https://nyrenegades.com/fortnite-battle-royale-modes-now-include-rocket-league-cars/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 15:26:30 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/fortnite-battle-royale-modes-now-include-rocket-league-cars/ Fortnite battle royale modes now include Rocket League cars as Epic Games’ multiplayer hit transforms Fortnite map dynamics before the chapter 3 season 5 release date. Well, we thought it was ahead of the new season, but it turns out we’re fast approaching the Fortnite Chapter 3 Endingthanks to an announcement from Epic yesterday that […]]]>

Fortnite battle royale modes now include Rocket League cars as Epic Games’ multiplayer hit transforms Fortnite map dynamics before the chapter 3 season 5 release date.

Well, we thought it was ahead of the new season, but it turns out we’re fast approaching the Fortnite Chapter 3 Endingthanks to an announcement from Epic yesterday that the end of this season is also the end of this chapter thanks to an event called Fracture.

We don’t know much about what’s next for Fortnite, but we do know that we still have just over two weeks to go. Fortnite chapter 3 season 4, so make the most of it. It looks like Epic thinks it’s best to enjoy things while they’re here too, as the latest update is changing up the battle royale modes quite a bit.

The V22.40 update has just been released and sees a modified version of Rocket League Octane enter battle royale and Zero Build modes. This version of the car has been balanced for those modes, but still seems to have more or less full functionality, which should make for some entertaining matches. It may not be quite the same as in some of the Fortnite Rocket League Maps, But it is okay. That’s not all, because the Grapple Glider is back, and Big Battle is also back.

Both rocket league car and the Grapple Glider will allow more aerial movement. The Octane is a little harder for most players to control though, so you’re more likely to see him moving wildly and driving up random walls than traveling through the sky. If you see it flying, you can assume whoever’s driving also plays a lot of Rocket League.

Good movement is a big part of what makes Battle Royale games so satisfying, so seeing this new update focus on ways around the new fortnite map is reassuring. If you’re worried about how you’ll deal with these new aerial threats, we recommend checking out our Fortnite tips and tricks for some good basic advice.

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Heston Kjerstad Wins 2022 Arizona Fall League MVP https://nyrenegades.com/heston-kjerstad-wins-2022-arizona-fall-league-mvp/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 15:29:36 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/heston-kjerstad-wins-2022-arizona-fall-league-mvp/ SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — After health issues delayed his professional debut for two years, Heston Kjerstad largely made up for lost time in the Arizona Fall League. An outfielder selected by Baltimore second overall in the 2020 draft, Kjerstad smashed a 424-foot homer on the opening day of the development circuit and never stopped raking. The […]]]>

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — After health issues delayed his professional debut for two years, Heston Kjerstad largely made up for lost time in the Arizona Fall League.

An outfielder selected by Baltimore second overall in the 2020 draft, Kjerstad smashed a 424-foot homer on the opening day of the development circuit and never stopped raking. The Orioles Prospect No. 9 led the AFL in hits (35), doubles (nine), extra hits (15) and total bases (61) and ranked in the top five in several other categories while beating .357/.385/.622.

“It’s an incredible honor,” Kjerstad said. “There are obviously a lot of great players here that I play against who are playing really well here, but to be the one to receive this is a really big honour.

The Fall League honored Kjerstad with its Joe Black MVP Award on Saturday, placing him in the same company as previous winners such as Nolan Arenado (2011), Kris Bryant (2013) and Ronald Acuña Jr. (2017).

“It’s really cool to be part of this group,” Kjerstad said.

Kjerstad hit 37 homers in three seasons at Arkansas, establishing himself as the top college left-handed power hitter in the 2020 draft. Expected to be around the 10th overall pick, he instead dropped to second because Baltimore enjoyed his pop and because he had accepted a bonus of less than $5.2 million which freed up more money for later picks.

Kjerstad didn’t have a chance to justify his selection on the field until 2022 when he was diagnosed with myocarditis, a viral inflammation of the heart, shortly after the draft. The condition kept him out of the Orioles’ pedagogical league program in 2020 or playing in the minors in 2021. He eventually made his pro debut in June and hit .309/.394/.457 with five homers in 65 matches between Single-A and High-A.

“I went through difficulties [in High-A], but it was something I looked forward to when I came here. It wouldn’t have been a great way to end my season,” Kjerstad said. “Let’s see what we can do here. Clean slate, let’s go, I’ve been working on some things, let’s see how they’ll pay off and how it works for me. Luckily I had a pretty good time here, so it was fun.”

Although best known for his power, Kjerstad is also a decent athlete at 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds. He has a strong arm that fits well in right field. He’s batted 31 times to just five walks in 104 AFL plate appearances, in part because he’s focused on finding pitches to drive early in the at-bats, an approach that can leave him behind in the tally.

Once Kjerstad tightens his plate discipline, he could give Baltimore another midrange bat to go along with Adley Rutschman and Gunnar Henderson. The franchise’s future looks much better than a year ago, as does Kjerstad’s.

“It’s really exciting. We all want to have a great career, a great future, but it’s going to be cool to be part of a team that’s really competitive in the playoffs and hopefully competing really well and doing very good playoffs,” Kjerstad said. “Playing baseball is fun, but we all know winning is way more fun. Hopefully being able to get up there and be part of winning teams and a culture like that is going to be a lot of fun in the future. coming.”

The full list of AFL Joe Black MVP award winners:

2021 — Nelson Velázquez, OF, Mesa (Cubs)
2019 — Royce Lewis, SS/OF, Salt River (twins)
2018 — Keston Hiura, 2B, Peoria (Brewers)
2017 — Ronald Acuña, DE, Peoria (Braves)
2016 – Gleyber Torres, SS, Scottsdale (Yankees)
2015 — Adam Engel, DE, Glendale (White Sox)
2014 — Greg Bird, 1B, Scottsdale (Yankees)
2013 — Kris Bryant, 3B, Mesa (Cubs)
2012 — Chris McGuiness, 1G, Surprise (Rangers)
2011 — Nolan Arenado, 3B, Salt River (Rockies)
2010 – Dustin Ackley, 2B, Peoria (Mariners)
2009 — Grant Desme, OF, Phoenix (athletics)
2008 — Tommy Hanson, RHP, Mesa (Braves)
2007 — Sam Fuld, OF, Mesa (Cubs)
2006 — Chip Cannon, 1B, Phoenix (Blue Jays)
2005 — Eric Duncan, 3B, Grand Canyon (Yankees)
2004 — Chris Shelton, DH, Grand Canyon (Tigers)
2003 — Jason Dubois, OF, Mesa (Cubs)
2002 — Ken Harvey, 1B, Scottsdale (Royals)

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Cedar Park Youth League sees 50 years of baseball and softball success https://nyrenegades.com/cedar-park-youth-league-sees-50-years-of-baseball-and-softball-success/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 15:51:00 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/cedar-park-youth-league-sees-50-years-of-baseball-and-softball-success/ The Cedar Park Youth League, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next spring, provides a place for children to play baseball and softball and learn life values. The CPYL is a non-profit organization that operates the nine-court baseball and softball complex located at 1225 Cypress Creek Road. The organization provides a place where teams can gather […]]]>

The Cedar Park Youth League, which celebrates its 50th anniversary next spring, provides a place for children to play baseball and softball and learn life values.

The CPYL is a non-profit organization that operates the nine-court baseball and softball complex located at 1225 Cypress Creek Road. The organization provides a place where teams can gather and play.

The league hosts games for eight softball teams and 71 baseball teams with nearly 1,000 players in the 2022 season.

CPYL President Dennis Goett said the league aims to give children between the ages of 4 and 14 the opportunity to enjoy the game.

“It’s not just about the game of baseball, but [it’s about] learn to win, learn to lose, learn to be a good teammate and learn to be a good sport,” Goett said. “We really want people to be able to come to this facility – the community facility – and be able to enjoy baseball and softball games.

Goett said the league plans to hold events to celebrate reaching its half-century.

“We have a big event called our Spring Fling, which will be in the spring, and we’re looking to do something around that time, maybe do a mural to commemorate the anniversary,” Goett said.

Goett said CPYL has been working to keep pace with installations and making improvements over the past few years.

“We’ve spent nearly a quarter of a million dollars over the past three years bringing the courts and playing surfaces up to standard and repairing them,” Goett said. “We recently worked on cleaning up and improving our buildings, and are currently having conversations with the City of Cedar Park about what the 10-year plan for the facility should look like.”

Goett said the CPYL is run by volunteers, from board members to coaches to facility operators who run concession stands on game days.

“We have so many people in the community stepping up to help us with what we need in day-to-day operations, and it’s just amazing,” Goett said.

The CPYL offers players the opportunity to play in a national league for experienced players and an American league for children new to the sport. Goett said it gives kids a chance to play at the level they’re comfortable with.

“We provide the opportunity for people who have never played to those who are good enough to play to be part of the league,” Goett said.

Cedar Park Youth League

1225 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park

[email protected]

www.cpyl.org

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Winter League brawl goes viral in the media – but it’s 4 years old https://nyrenegades.com/winter-league-brawl-goes-viral-in-the-media-but-its-4-years-old/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 03:01:34 +0000 https://nyrenegades.com/winter-league-brawl-goes-viral-in-the-media-but-its-4-years-old/ A viral video that has exploded all over Twitter and numerous news sites shows two Venezuelan Winter League baseball teams in a massive brawl involving players and fans. Reports say the fight took place on Sunday, but if the video looks eerily familiar, that’s because the event actually happened in 2018. Here’s the Baseball Fight […]]]>

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