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By most accounts, Tommy John surgery has become as commonplace in baseball as an umpire brushing dirt off of home plate.
Loons pitching coach Bill Simas had it. So did Loons right-hander Scott Barlow —…
As a minor league baseball employee, I’m both a newbie and an oldie.
So old, in fact, that I’m not even sure if anyone says “newbie” anymore, but so new that it wasn’t…
Kyle Farmer has made a smooth transition from college shortstop to professional catcher — smooth enough that he’s just earned a promotion.
Even after over 40 games and four homestands, it’s hard to form definitive opinions about the 2014 version of the Great Lakes Loons.
The home plate collision is baseball’s version of a running back and linebacker meeting head-on at the line of scrimmage. Or, a board-rattling check in hockey.
Until our Loons ground crew commenced snow removal operations today, the question of whether Dow Diamond’s grass would actually be visible at some point was as much rumor as fact.