Introducing the Battle Creek Battle Jacks: Part of this complete breakfast!

The collegiate summer level Northwoods League’s Battle Creek Bombers rebranded today as the Battle Creek Battle Jacks. If that name sounds like something you’d see advertised during Saturday morning cartoons, it’s because the city of Battle Creek, Michigan, was once home to more than 100 cereal manufacturers, earning it the

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Northern League introduces Lake County Corn Dogs

The town of Crown Point, Indiana, will be home to a new franchise in baseball’s pre-professional Northern League (formerly the Midwest Collegiate League). The Lake County Corn Dogs unveiled their nickname and logo this week, featuring a family-fun anthropomorphized corn dog sporting a baseball cap and glove, with the script

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Gem City Bison roam into Independence League

Wyoming is one of three U.S. states to have adopted bison as their state mammal, and Wyoming’s state flag prominently features the animal. The state is also home to much of Yellowstone National Park, where bison—after a brush with species-wide extinction in the late 1800s—are plentiful. So it makes sense

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Pioneer League’s Glacier Range Riders pay homage to National Park

Baseball’s independent Pioneer League will grow from eight teams in 2021 to ten in 2022. We’ve known for some time that the ninth team will be the Northern Colorado Owlz—freshly relocated from Orem, Utah—who will resume play after taking a season off last year. And just moments ago, we learned

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Asheboro Copperheads rebrand as Zoo Keepers

The collegiate summer-level Asheboro Copperheads, who have played in the Coastal Plain League since 1999, announced today that they are rebranding as the Asheboro Zoo Keepers, an homage to the city’s most prominent institution. The North Carolina Zoo, located in Asheboro, is home to 1,800 animals of 250 species and

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Fish Sticks edge Seal Slingers in close vote for Dub Sea team name

Baseball fans on social media engaged in a hotly contested ballot to determine a new name for the Highline Bears, a Seattle-based collegiate summer level team in the Pacific International League. In October, the team released two brands developed by Brandiose, the Dub Sea Fish Sticks and the Dub Sea

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New baseball franchise Staten Island FerryHawks unveils name, logos

After a name-the-team contest that lasted more than four months, a new Staten Island-based franchise in the independent Atlantic League unveiled its name and logos this evening. The nickname FerryHawks was selected from seven finalists, which also included Harbor Heroes, Dragon Slayers, Responders, Front Liners, Watch Dogs, and Greenbelters. “A

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