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MLB/Major League Baseball Bans Four Minor League Pitchers including Sal Biasi(Winston-Salem Dash) and Marcus Evey(Kannapolis)

MLB bans 4 minor league pitchers for using foreign substances to doctor baseballs from www.espn.com and from YardBarker.com/www.yardbarker.com Four minor league pitchers have been suspended this season by Major League Baseball after being caught using illegal foreign substances to doctor baseballs, signaling a stronger crackdown in the game’s feeder system than in the big leagues MLB/Major League Baseball Bans Four Minor League Pitchers including Sal Biasi(Winston-Salem Dash) and Marcus Evey(Kannapolis)

As Les Nessman used to say, “Sometimes Less Means More”:MiLB reportedly ready to agree to Franchise Contraction

from SportsBusiness.com and you can CLICK HERE to go there, and what they are talking about is reducing the number of Minor League teams that are playing professional baseball…. Reduce the number of Minor League franchises from 160 to 120 teams/franchises… That would eliminate the entire Appalachian League, which fields teams in Burlington, N.C.(Burlington Royals), As Les Nessman used to say, “Sometimes Less Means More”:MiLB reportedly ready to agree to Franchise Contraction

Ten Questions for Curt Bloom, former UNCG Spartan/Current Play-by-Play man for Birmingham Barons baseball and he called Michael Jordan’s baseball games back in 1994(Jordan Documentary begins Tonight on ESPN)

**********The Michael Jordan Documentary begins Tonight/Sunday April 19 on ESPN…..********** Curt Bloom, former UNCG Spartan on the call and let it roll again, from this week at ESPN/www.espn.com….. $$$$$$$$$$ He has made it very exciting tonight. With the Barons leading 5-1, Michael Jordan steps in for the fourth time … two of his three at-bats Ten Questions for Curt Bloom, former UNCG Spartan/Current Play-by-Play man for Birmingham Barons baseball and he called Michael Jordan’s baseball games back in 1994(Jordan Documentary begins Tonight on ESPN)

Randy Norris Jr.(Dudley HS/Winston-Salem State University) looking to have big season in the San Francisco Giants farm system

“Little Randy”/Randy Norris Jr. has gotten bigger in the off-season, and he is looking to have a big season in the San Francisco Giants baseball farm system and recently, Randy sat down with the Winston-Salem Journal’s John Dell, at www.journalnow.com and he gave JD some insight into what he thinks 2019 might hold for the Randy Norris Jr.(Dudley HS/Winston-Salem State University) looking to have big season in the San Francisco Giants farm system