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Former ‘Cat Tony Kemp Gets Major League Call
Tony Kemp, a key member of the 2013 Tri-City ValleyCats team that won the New York-Penn League Championship, has become the latest former ValleyCat to get the call to the Major Leagues.
Kemp, the 5-foot-6-inch utility player, was hitting ...
Anderson Heading to Houston?
With the Major League baseball draft less than a month away, the mock drafts are coming fast and furious. In the Capital Region, we are wondering where Shenendehowa star Ian Anderson will go.
We saw him at No. 18 to the Yankees last week and this week Jonathan Mayo of MLB...
Former ValleyCat Takes AL Player of the Week
Congratulations to Houston Astros rookie first baseman and former Tri-City ValleyCats player Tyler White on winning the American League Player of the Week award.
White hit three homers and drove in nine this week en route to hitting .556 with a ...
Yanks Opener Postponed
Well, we were all ready for baseball season here in the Capital Region, but we will have to wait a little bit longer to see the Yankees in action...
The Yankees will now play the Houston Astros tomorrow afternoon at 1:05 p.m. Pre-game coverage starts at 12:25 right here on 104...
Former ‘Cats in Astros Top 30 Prospects
We've been fortunate here in the Capital Region to watch some pretty good Tri-City ValleyCats baseball over the last three years.
The 'Cats won the New York-Penn League title in 2013 before falling in the championship series in 2014. The 'Cats advanced to the playoffs again in 2015...
Former ValleyCat, No. 1 Pick Mark Appel Traded
Last week we reported (as did many others), that the Astros were shipping out former Tri-City ValleyCats Vince Velazquez and Derek Fisher to the Phillies in the trade for reliever Ken Giles.
Half of that is still true, as Fisher is no longer in the deal...

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