Category Archives: Matt O’Brien

Clemens will travel with Skeeters to York

Roger Clemens will travel with Sugar Land next week, but likely not pitch, as he’s expected to be in uniform for a game Monday and Tuesday at Sovereign Bank Stadium. Aug. 30, 2012 Jim Seip

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Clemens signs with Skeeters

It’s unclear if Roger Clemens will go on the road with the Sugar Land Skeeters, but the seven-time Cy Young Award winner became the biggest name to sign with the Atlantic League since Rickey Henderson. York Daily Record, Aug. 20, 2012

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Unfinished business in Houston?

Even before a site for the stadium was selected, the Atlantic League’s vision for an expansion club in Texas was not viewed as a one-and-done deal. The team’s ownership group, Opening Day Partners, and league founder/CEO Frank Boulton agreed that … Continue reading

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Sugar Land Skeeters

The Atlantic League’s two expansion teams scheduled for entry in the league in 2012 now have names. The Sugar Land (Texas) Skeeters are expected to begin play in two years with the Loudon (Va.) Hounds. The Sugar Land franchise unveiled … Continue reading

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Could Sanchez return for playoff push?

The Oakland A’s released LHP Jesus Sanchez Tuesday. He led the Atlantic League with a 1.63 ERA in seven starts for York before earning a free agent contract with Oakland. The A’s assigned Sanchez to Triple-A Sacramento, but he struggled … Continue reading

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