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Tim Stauffer Signs w/ Diamondbacks
Good news for the Capital Region sports fan during the holiday season:
Stauffer, the Spa Catholic graduate, has played parts of 10 seasons in the major leagues, nine of which came with the San Diego Padres. He spent last season with the Minnesota Twins and the New York Mets systems...
Tim Stauffer to Sign with Mets
Spa Catholic graduate Tim Stauffer will reportedly sign with the New York Mets.
Stauffer, a former first-round pick out of Richmond, spent nine years with the San Diego Padres before signing with the Minnesota Twins this season.
He struggled mightily in Minnesota, posting a 6...
Tim Stauffer Released By Twins
Tim Stauffer, one of the players who has helped blaze the trail for Capital Region natives in professional baseball, has been released by the Minnesota Twins.
The Spa Catholic grad was designated for assignment on June 10th.
Stauffer spent nine years with the Padres before signing a 1 yr/$2...
Tim Stauffer DFA’d by Twins
It's been mostly good news this week on the local baseball scene, as we saw three Section II products get drafted in Garrett Whitley of Niskayuna, John Stewart of Greenwich, and CBA graduate Trevor Lacosse.
But with all the good news, comes some bad...
MLB Pitcher and Spa Catholic Grad Joins The Team
After nine years in San Diego, Spa Catholic graduate Tim Stauffer has joined the Minnesota Twins.
On Friday, Stauffer joined "Armen and Levack" to talk about his new home, the Capital Region professional baseball scene, the Tommy John outbreak and more...
Casper Wells, Other Locals Begin MLB Season
The Major League Baseball season will begin as many of us are sleeping or just waking up.
The Seattle Mariners and Oakland A's throw the first pitch of the 2012 season Wednesday morning (6:10 a.m), in Toyko, Japan.
Schenectady native Casper Wells might not be in the opening day lineup, but he will cer…
Capital District Baseball Hall of Fame is Here
In the past few years, Capital District football and basketball hall of fames have sprung up.
Now, it’s baseball’s turn.
On Nov. 6, the first class of the Capital District Baseball Hall of Fame will be enshrined at the Crown Plaza in Albany.

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