Category Archives: Lansing Lugnuts

MLB managerial news: Gardenhire fired, Redmond extended

The Minnesota Twins fired manager Ron Gardenhire today, and the Miami Marlins extended manager Mike Redmond’s contract through the 2017 season. Gardenhire managed the Twins for 13 years, compiling a 1,068-1,039 regular-season record. He led the Twins to the postseason … Continue reading

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A’s re-sign with Snappers, leaving Cougars for D-backs

The Beloit Snappers have signed a new two-year player development contract with the Oakland Athletics, leaving the Arizona Diamondbacks for the Kane County Cougars. The Snappers were affiliated with the A’s the past two seasons. Their new PDC runs through … Continue reading

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Longtime minor-leaguer Rodriguez collects first MLB hit, RBI

The best story in baseball Monday involved a former Midwest Leaguer. By now you’ve probably heard about Guilder Rodriguez, the longtime minor-leaguer who finally got called up to the major leagues this month. After playing in 1,095 minor-league games for … Continue reading

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Lugnuts, Blue Jays announce PDC extension

The Lansing Lugnuts and their parent club, the Toronto Blue Jays, announced a two-year extension of their player development contract, which now runs through the end of the 2016 season. The two teams have been affiliated since the 2005 season. … Continue reading

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Kershaw wins 20th game; Lopez, Pompey get 1st MLB hits

Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw didn’t dominate, but he pitched well enough — and got plenty of run support — to win his 20th game of the season Friday at Wrigley Field. Kershaw gave up three earned runs on … Continue reading

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Cubs leave Kane County for South Bend

The Chicago Cubs are switching Midwest League affiliates from Kane County to South Bend. The Cubs were affiliated with the Cougars the past two seasons, winning the Midwest League championship this year. They reportedly may change the nickname of South … Continue reading

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Report: TinCaps will stay affiliated with Padres

The Fort Wayne TinCaps will sign a new two-year affiliation deal with the San Diego Padres today, according to a report by Reggie Hayes of The News-Sentinel. This is big news, of course, because the Chicago Cubs were considering Fort … Continue reading

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