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May 14, 2006 May 14, 2006

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Surf Lose Ward: The Atlantic City Surf said goodbye to pitcher Jeremy Ward after last night’s game when he signed with the Texas Rangers. According to a source, Jason DiAngelo has also been looking very sharp and could be the next to go. – Scott Stanchak.

Gonzalez Update: I was told by someone close to the situation that if Juan Gonzalez were to sign with a team in the league, it would be happening a little after Mother’s Day. I’d say the odds of him signing as of right now are pretty good, but you never know what might happen.

Fun With Cards: See if you can find which Atlantic Leaguer gets ripped on in this interesting sequence of baseball card captions. – Mike Ashmore

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1. Anonymous - May 15, 2006

i cant believe how bad the crowds have been in bpt.1081 fans today.what a freaking disgrace.

b-fish fan

2. Fausto Gabon - May 15, 2006

Do you mean Chick, or Jose? I for one am a big fan of Chick’s poetry, honed by the campfire outside of Quakertown.

3. Riggzy - May 15, 2006

Bridgeport attendance is terrible..
we got a decent team and a nice park to play in and hardly nobody shows up..i’m a season ticket holder and it disgusts me…people
complain that therers nothin to do or support in bpt.. yet there the last ones to go to a game or support anything for the city..
i know the weather has been crappy
but the new britan rockcats had 4000 at there last home game…

I GIVE UP!!!!!

4. number1surffan - May 15, 2006

It’s not just them. The current Atlantic League “whipping boy” is my favorite team – the Atlantic City Surf. Seems that we can’t draw over 2,000 without fireworks, whereas Somerset can have an off team on a school night and draw 5,000 +. Then again – if AC only draws 1,000, but the bottom of the 9th there are still 990+ there. Somerset can have 5,000 by the 3rd, but 1,500 after the 7th inning stretch. I guess it’s a different breed of “fan” – in AC we come to see baseball, up north it seems more of a social event.

Whatever works I suppose.

5. Anonymous - May 15, 2006

bpt.attn is killed by the traffic problems in s.w.conn.during the week.the fans of the bluefish seem to come from outside of bpt.i cant understand how a city of 130,000 people cant attract 4000 people to a game.

b-fish fan


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