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  • Bogar opts to break from Rangers' coaching staff
    Tim Bogar, who served as interim manager for the final 22 games of the Rangers' season, will not be joining new manager Jeff Banister's coaching staff. That was the conclusion reached after Bogar had discussions with Banister and general manager Jon Daniels.
  • Texas' Williams hits big homer in Fall League action
    Nick Williams made his entrance as an injury replacement in the third inning and later drilled a two-run home run to lead the Surprise Saguaros to a 6-5 win over the Mesa Solar Sox.
  • De Leon is thriving in Arizona Fall League, despite his age
    It's not a typo, but it certainly seems like one at first glance. Michael De Leon isn't just the youngest player in history of the the Arizona Fall League, he's six years younger than his average teammate and a full decade younger than the oldest player on the team. De Leon, who won't turn 18 until January, isn't old enough to drive or vote in his native Dominican Republic, but he's finding sure footing among the best prospects in baseball.
  • Sundberg remembers Royals' 1985 championship season
    Jim Sundberg's memory of where his World Series ring is may be a little hazy, but he still vividly recalls the events of October 1985. That was when the Royals played in their last World Series, and Sundberg played a significant role in bringing home the only World Series championship in club history.
  • Banister meets with Maddux, Magadan, Bogar
    On his first day on the job, Rangers manager Jeff Banister met with pitching coach Mike Maddux and spoke with hitting coach Dave Magadan and bench coach Tim Bogar. It was the first step toward putting together his coaching staff.
  • Banister a true baseball man
    Jeff Banister spent 29 years with the Pirates organization, the past four as bench coach, and now he is manager of the Rangers. He has a nice three-year contract plus an option for 2018 and far more responsibility than he had in Pittsburgh.
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Written by Gary   
Thursday, 06 March 2014 19:05

We have had a few VERY generous companies have donated to U4K's scholarship fund.  The fund is provided to NTLL to pay for the entry fee for those kids who may not be able to play otherwise.  All of this money goes directly to the league for this sole purpose and every little bit helps.  Below are the posts from Scott: 

I would like to thank LA Burger located on Denton Dr. @ 190 near the Wal Mart, for there $200.00 donation to U4K to pass on to NTLL for the scholarship program fund that helps others who are struggling to be able to have their child play in NTLL. Way to go LA Burger!!! Drop in and tell them you are NTLL family and thank you and enjoy a great burger! 

 

I would like to thank Property Intervention Group for their very generous $300.00 donation today to U4K to pass on to NTLL for the scholarship program fund that helps others who are struggling to be able to have their child play in NTLL. Another Carrollton firm make a difference in their community one ball player at a time. Feel free to visit their web site at www.propertyinterventiongroup.com

Last Updated on Thursday, 06 March 2014 19:18
 
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