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Patriots Release Spring Training Schedule: Originally, I think they had planned on starting this on the 14th, which would have been great for me. Instead, it starts on a Tuesday, which…yeah, not as great.

Anyway, here’s the schedule. ALL EVENTS ARE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

Tuesday, April 15th 1:00 pm- Workout @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Wednesday, April 16th 11:00 am- Workout @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Thursday, April 17th 10:00 am- Workout @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Friday, April 18th 10:00 am- Batting Practice @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy 1:00 pm- Intra-squad Game @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Saturday, April 19th 12:00 pm- Game vs. Newark Bears @ Newark

Sunday, April 20th 12:00 pm- Game vs. Newark Bears @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Monday, April 21st 10:00 am- Batting Practice @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy 1:00 pm- Intra-squad Game @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Tuesday, April 22nd 10:00 am- Batting Practice @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy 1:00 pm- Intra-squad Game @ Jack Cust Baseball Academy

Wednesday, April 23rd TBD

Celebrity Schmoll: Sometimes I wonder why people dislike me. Then I look back and see some of these stupid headlines I write, and I figure it out.

Anyway, York has signed former big league P Steve Schmoll and P Matt Trent.

Schmoll was one of the last cuts by the Mets this spring, and has 48 MLB appearances under his belt, all in 2005 with the Dodgers. He went 2-2 with a 5.01 ERA.

Trent is a 25-year-old with experience in the Cardinals and Rockies systems. A reliever, he’s 6-5 with a 2.71 ERA and 10 saves in 105 appearances. He’s never been above A-Ball.

Camden’s Sacking Up: A handy-dandy league source reports that Camden has agreed to terms with Darren Sack. Sack has a 20-22 career minor league record and a 4.82 ERA. He has spent his four-year career in the Giants organization, and topped out at Double-A last year.

Signings Chart: Up until the season starts, we’ll have our signings chart updated on the right-hand side of the page. But here’s what it looks like now, with about two weeks left until the start of the season.

BRIDGEPORT (15) – INF Wilson Batista, P Garrett Berger, P Rafael Bergstrom, OF Shaun Boyd, INF Jay Caligiuri, INF Jake Daubert, P Randy Dicken, P Tim Drew*, P Eric Dubose*, INF Adam Morrissey, P Franklin Perez, INF Alex Prieto*, P Eddy Ramos, P T.J. Tucker*, P Wes Wilkerson

CAMDEN (17) – OF L.J. Biernbaum, INF Brett Bonvechio, INF Rob Gandolfo, P Julio Guerrero, P Buddy Hernandez, OF Nic Jackson, P Aric Leclair, P Jeremy Lewis, INF Richard Lewis, C Randy McGarvey, 1B/C Jason Phillips*, OF Josh Rabe*, P Robert Romero, C Erick San Pedro, P Judd Songster, OF Chris Walker, P Kevin Walker*

LANCASTER (22) – P Eric Ackerman, OF Dominick Ambrosini, INF Ian Bladergroen, C Lance Burkhart, P Jose Cabrera*, P Patrick Cassa, P Ryan Cullen, P Derek Forbes, INF Juan Francia, P Ricardo Gomez, OF Jutt Hileman, 1B/C Matt LeCroy*, P Tim McClaskey, C Manny Mejia, P Franklin Mendible, P Mike Nannini, P Zack Parker, P Ross Peeples, P Sendy Rleal*, OF Brian Stavisky, UTIL Lloyd Turner, OF Michael Woods

LONG ISLAND (22) – INF Brent Abernathy*, P Jon Asahina, INF Rob Cafiero, INF Dennis Donovan, OF Carl Everett*, P Ben Grezlovski, OF Estee Harris, OF Kevin Haverbusch, P Ryan Knippschild, P Randy Leek, INF Pete Maestrales, P Jim Magrane, INF Donaldo Mendez*, INF Ray Navarrete, C Jamie Pogue, P Scott Rice, INF/OF Damian Rolls*, INF Pete Rose, Jr.*, C Robert Sandora, P John Searles, OF Jamal Strong, P Joe Valentine*

NEWARK (22) – OF Cory Aldridge*, P Edwin Almonte*, P Benito Baez*, P Michael Bumstead, INF Ramon Castro*, P Will Cunnane*, P Josh Fields, P Jose Garcia, INF Vic Gutierrez, C Gerard Haran, INF Bobby Hill*, INF Mike Just, C Scott Knazek, OF Ruben Mateo*, C John Pachot, P David Pellegrine, OF Keith Reed*, P Rich Scalamandre, P Patrick Stanley, P Matt Sweeney, INF Tim Sweeney, P Cory Willey


SOMERSET (21) –
INF Gerardo Alvarez, C Travis Anderson, UTIL Elliott Ayala, C Jason Belcher, P Casey Cahill, INF Vito Chiaravalloti, P Bo Donaldson, OF Jeff Duncan*, INF David Housel, P David Humen, P Steve Kelly, P Brandon Knight*, INF Frank Moore, C Mike Muscato, INF Teuris Olivares, INF Josh Pressley, P Bret Prinz*, P Jason Richardson, OF Michael Ryan*, P Joe Welsh, P Scott Wiggins*

SOUTHERN MARYLAND (21) – P Bradley Beck, P Ryan Bicondoa, INF Eric Crozier*, P Derrick DePriest, INF Chad Ehrnsberger, P Joe Gannon, OF Rich Giannotti, P Adam Johnson*, INF Clint Johnston, C Brandon Ketron, OF Terrence McClain, 1B/DH Kyle Nichols, P Jason Pearson*, P Carlos Perez, OF Curtis Pride*, INF Alex Prieto, OF John Ramistella, P Dan Reichert, INF George Sandel, P Matt Schweitzer, C Adam Shorsher, P Travis Wade

YORK (23) – C Sandy Aracena, OF Jason Aspito, INF Jose Enrique Cruz, INF Keoni De Renne, INF Matt Dryer, OF Matt Esquivel, OF Travis Ezi, P Wayne Franklin*, P Landon Jacobsen, C Kevin Kotch, P Nick McCurdy, P Pete Munro*, P Aaron Myette*, P Jason Olson, INF/OF Matt Padgett, INF Kenny Perez, P Reid Price, P Aaron Rakers*, OF Kaz Tanaka, C Luis Taveras, P Corey Thurman*, P Dave Veres*, INF Tyler Von Schell

Carl Everett Making Friends: Now, I’m not going to link to it, because it features 10 f-bombs (I counted) and two occurences of a word that looks mysteriously like “shirt” but isn’t.

But if you go to a popular website, we’ll call it Deadspin, there’s an interesting post detailing a 2003 exchange between Long Island OF Carl Everett and one of the Texas Rangers beat writers.

Rather obviously, Carl doesn’t come across real great here. However, I’ve gotta say…I didn’t have any issues with the guy last year. Not the easiest interview I’ve ever had, certainly…but he was willing to talk and answer everything honestly, and he wasn’t a jerk in any way, shape or form.

Regardless, if you can handle some coarse language, it’s an interesting read. Every reporter has probably been in a crappy situation like that (I can think of at least two for me, but not quite like that one…) so it’s a peek inside my job as well.

Fun With Not So Fun Transactions: Long Island’s Cory Bailey was cut by the Cubs. Houston released Newark alum Harold Eckert. Road Warriors INF Gabe Suarez didn’t make it in Pittsburgh. – Mike Ashmore

NY Times A.L. Article: Here’s an article in the New York Times this week about minor league baseball in New Jersey. It’s nice to see them feature the Somerset Patriots at the top, instead of the Trenton Thunder and other teams, for a change. The piece also talks about the Bergen Cliff Hawks. – Scott Stanchak

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1. Anonymous - April 9, 2008

Do you know where Justin Singleton will be playing this year? I know he had interest in going back to Camden…

2. Anonymous - April 9, 2008

Mike–The Ducks roster no longer lists Pete Maestrales. Do you know what happened with him?

3. Anonymous - April 9, 2008

I went to a AA game in Harrisburg(Nationals) between the Senators and Erie Seawolves(tigers).

To my surprise the starting pitcher for Harrisburg was Bobby Brownlie former pitcher for the Newark Bears.

Although he didn’t get the win his stat line was 7IP 5 Hits 1ER along with 2 strike outs. He also face 25 batters

4. marblesmuggler - April 10, 2008

Speaking of headlines, you could have gone with “Sharks Get Some Sack”, but this is a family show.


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