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A Labor of Love
Life for most minor league baseball players is filled with long bus rides; not so great hotels and plenty of fast food. Truly not the formula one would recommend for training a world class athlete. Some players are on their way up to "the show", many are fighting to be noticed, while som…
Pete Incaviglia Shares Why He Chose To Lead The ValleyCats [AUDIO]
News broke yesterday that the Tri-City ValleyCats had hired former 12 plus year Major Leaguer Pete Incaviglia to be their manager for the 2021 and 2022 seasons. I instantly flashed back to being a kid and teenager watching "Inky" play both for and against my New York Yankees. So I challeng…
ValleyCats Hire Pete Incaviglia As New Manager
The Tri-City ValleyCats Frontier League era will begin with a familiar name to MLB fans as the manager, Pete Incaviglia is the newest skipper. The ValleyCats announced the addition of the 12 year MLB veteran today on Twitter and the team's website Thursday morning. Incaviglia has been coaching …
Former ValleyCat Helps Own Cause VS Mets
The New York Mets lost a tough game in 13 innings yesterday as the White Sox won the series finale 2-1.
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Matt Albers had a memorable day to say the least.
Albers entered the game in the 12th inning to relieve White Sox closer David Robertson...
Former ValleyCat Wins AL Cy Young
On Wednesday, former Tri-City ValleyCat and current Houston Astros star Dallas Keuchel took home the American League Cy Young Award.
This comes in addition to his American League Gold Glove.
Keuchel went 20-8 this season to lead the AL in wins...
Three Former 'Cats Named to AFL All-Star Game
Just because the Major League season is over doesn't mean that the baseball season is over for the year. There's still Winter Ball in Caribbean Nations, and we still have Fall ball here in the United States.
The Arizona Fall League is a developmental league for several of the games top pros…
ValleyCats Season Comes to an End
The Tri-City ValleyCats saw their season end on Thursday night at Joe Bruno Stadium.
The 'Cats lost to the Staten Island Yankees in Game 2 of the New York-Penn League playoffs opening round by a score of 10-5.
Tri-City got down 7-0 after three innings in a rain-soaked game as starter Ralph Garza …
ValleyCats Throw Combined No-Hitter
Three Tri-City ValleyCats pitchers combined to throw the second no-hitter in franchise history on Thursday night.
The 'Cats beat the Aberdeen IronBirds, 5-0, to move to 26-20 overall. Tri-City is 2.0 ahead of the Lowell Spinners in the Stedler Division...

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