The Newark Bears did battle with the Pittsfield Colonials (formerly the Nashua Pride franchise) on a beautiful Wednesday evening…
My favorite Newark Bears star of all time? Burt Reynolds. That’s right, Burt Reynolds (name sound familiar?), a player signed by the Bears earlier in the off-season that has yet to even play for the team.
Last week, the Bears announced that they had come to terms with infielder Jeff Toth [Hat tip to Paul at Paul’s Random Baseball Stuff]. Those familar with the New Jersey college baseball scene may recall the name as Toth, a native of Sayreville, was a stand out on the New Jersey Lions, the TCNJ NCAA Division 3 baseball team.
The Can-Am League has announced the dates of this year’s ten Spring Training exhibition games. Bears fans are in for a real treat as Brick City’s finest ball players are slated to compete in nearly half of the league’s exhibition games, four to be exact.
Former Newark Bears outfielder Carl Everett was arrested at his home in Tampa on Monday night following a domestic dispute with his wife according to ESPN.
Out of this Park Developments, the makers of OOTP Baseball 12, are offering up a special for those who wish…
According to Baseball America’s Matthew Eddy, the New York Mets have signed left-handed pitcher Justin Hampson to a minor league contract.
For years it appeared that Elijah Dukes was going to be the next be thing and a cornerstone in the Tampa Bay Rays outfield. Dukes hit his way through the farm system. On April 2nd, 2007, the 22 year-old Dukes finally got the call he was waiting for when he was selected to start for the team on Opening Day after hitting .367 in Spring Training. That was then.
Paul over at RandomBaseballStuff.com drew my attention to a Newark Bears ticket deal that is being offered in honor of Valentine’s Day. Starting today you can purchase a Bears “Flex-Plan” ticket package and receive an additional plan of equal or lesser value for free. The promo ends this Friday at 5:00 p.m.
Now the Ducks have done it again by adding veteran backstop J.R. House to their 2011 lineup. House, who played briefly with the Bears early on in the 2010 campaign, is penciled in as the team’s Opening Day catcher when they take the field for the first time on April 29th when they play Bridgeport.