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kjamidon

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« Topic Start: November 01, 2006, 09:22:04 PM »
Anyone have any solid info on who will be on the staff??..thanks..kj

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« Reply #1: November 02, 2006, 04:52:00 AM »
Keep an eye on their website-> www.clippersbaseball.com

I'm sure the first announcements will be posted there.

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« Reply #2: November 02, 2006, 08:53:06 PM »
i have been, but sometime, info leaks out and i know the people who do the website for the clippers and he (joe) is usally a month late..thanks

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« Reply #3: November 02, 2006, 09:28:20 PM »
Cool...Columbus is a brand new club for us - so we aren't real keen on the way things work out there yet.  You follow them out there?  If so...feel free to post anything in here - we love inside info on the minor league clubs.

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« Reply #4: November 04, 2006, 01:52:27 PM »
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Cool...Columbus is a brand new club for us - so we aren't real keen on the way things work out there yet.  You follow them out there?  If so...feel free to post anything in here - we love inside info on the minor league clubs.


Well, i have for the past 3 years i have had season tix. I am Yankee fan for life, in the AL. I know most of the staff and workers there. I do ALOT of autographs and somewhat get to know the player personally went POSSIBLE. I follow minor leagues baseball more than the bigs. Columbus can be a great area for baseball. I just hope that the city and state shows some support for the team in the next two years.

I will be following the boards alot in the minor league area. I hope that the clippers do well and its a fun year..

I normally attend 50-60 games a year..kj

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« Reply #5: November 04, 2006, 05:20:15 PM »
Well then make sure you drop in from time to time and let us know anything exciting that goes on up there.  Nats2k6 is in the Vermont Lakemonster area, I'm right down the street from Potomac....and I know we have a guy from Hagerstown as well.  So far...I think you are the only member we have from the Colombus area...so your input would be great!   8)

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« Reply #6: November 04, 2006, 07:20:37 PM »
"Columbus Clippers Coaches"

Try saying that five times fast ;)

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« Reply #7: November 04, 2006, 10:20:48 PM »
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Nats2k6 is in the Vermont Lakemonster area


Booooo...its 2k6nats  :lol:

I would be happy to post updates on the team every week or something like that, if people wanted me to.

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« Reply #8: November 04, 2006, 10:23:05 PM »
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I would be happy to post updates on the team every week or something like that, if people wanted me to.
Anything eventful about players or the club would be fun to read about.  Chip's been doing the Senators AA team in Harrisburg, which we are more than grateful.   :D

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« Reply #9: November 05, 2006, 09:43:55 PM »
i will cover the clippers for you all. I hope these guys like to sign autographs also..haha..kj

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« Reply #10: November 06, 2006, 09:24:53 AM »
I rarely comment on the minor league reports, because I just can't add anything of value to the discussions normally (of course, that doesn't stop me in other areas...).

But I always read them with interest, and would encourage all of you to post as often as the spirit moves you, on what's going on down under.  Keep in mind that lots of folks read your posts, despite limited responses.

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« Reply #11: November 06, 2006, 07:14:56 PM »
Signed pitchers Winston Abreu, Mike Bacsik, Felix Diaz, Josh Hall, Joel Hanrahan, Colby Lewis, Jim Magrane, T.J. Nall, Chris Michalak, Tim Redding, Billy White, Eduardo Valdez and Jermaine Van Buren, outfielders Wayne Lydon, Darnell McDonald and Michael Restovich, infielders Alejandro Machado, Joe Thurston and Josh Wilson and catchers Danny Ardoin and Juan Brito to minor-league contracts.

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« Reply #12: November 06, 2006, 10:04:33 PM »
That pretty much fills up the Columbus roster, doesn't it?

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« Reply #13: November 06, 2006, 11:51:15 PM »
Dang it, I used to like seeing New Orleans when they came through Omaha.  I used to work at the stadium in Omaha and got to interact with a lot of those guys but Columbus is in the IL so I won't be able to see them come through anymore.  bummer.

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« Reply #14: November 16, 2006, 03:18:04 PM »
Washington Nationals
Signed OF Ender Chavez
Signed RHP Daniel Foli
Signed RHP Juan Ovalles
Signed SS Marcos Cabral
Signed SS Melvin Dorta
Released 1B Victor Hamisevicz
Released 2B Nicholas Schnabel
Released 3B Scott Schade
Released C Anthony Ambrosini
Released C Melvin Mancebo
Released C Robert Rodriguez
Released C Ivanosky Wong
Released LHP Jonathan Price
Released LHP Jason Stevenson
Released OF Charles Haynes
Released RHP Ancil Baldwin
Released RHP August Hlebovy
Released RHP Anthony Johnson
Released RHP Oscar Lira
Released RHP Manuel Mercedes
Released RHP George Preston
Released RHP Brett Reid
Released RHP David Thorne
Released SS Wesley Carroll
Released SS Jose Docen
Released SS Scott Hodges

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« Reply #15: November 16, 2006, 06:40:02 PM »
Ahhh Endy Chavez...now there's a name you can LUV!   :wink:

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« Reply #16: November 16, 2006, 07:54:40 PM »
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Ahhh Endy Chavez...now there's a name you can LUV!   :wink:


I think it's a case of mistaken identity...  it says "Ender" Chavez, and I doubt the Mets would be looking to get rid of him anyway after the way he played for them.

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« Reply #17: November 16, 2006, 08:58:11 PM »
Yeap.  Ender is his brother.   8)

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« Reply #18: November 16, 2006, 11:57:46 PM »
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Signed pitchers Winston Abreu, Mike Bacsik, Felix Diaz, Josh Hall, Joel Hanrahan, Colby Lewis, Jim Magrane, T.J. Nall, Chris Michalak, Tim Redding, Billy White, Eduardo Valdez and Jermaine Van Buren, outfielders Wayne Lydon, Darnell McDonald and Michael Restovich, infielders Alejandro Machado, Joe Thurston and Josh Wilson and catchers Danny Ardoin and Juan Brito to minor-league contracts.

Thanks for helping keep track of who's coming and who's going in the minors. That said, you left out that the Nats also signed relief pitcher, Jesus Colome (last 6 seasons with the Devil Rays) to a minor league contract.

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« Reply #19: November 17, 2006, 12:05:47 AM »
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Thanks for helping keep track of who's coming and who's going in the minors. That said, you left out that the Nats also signed relief pitcher, Jesus Colome (last 6 seasons with the Devil Rays) to a minor league contract.
Was that with the Clippers Ken?  He's only informing us of Colombus.

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« Reply #20: November 17, 2006, 12:12:11 AM »
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Thanks for helping keep track of who's coming and who's going in the minors. That said, you left out that the Nats also signed relief pitcher, Jesus Colome (last 6 seasons with the Devil Rays) to a minor league contract.
Was that with the Clippers Ken?  He's only informing us of Colombus.

Hmm, good question, all the MLB Free Agent Tracker says is, that he was signed as a minor league free agent.

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« Reply #21: December 17, 2006, 09:10:09 PM »
http://clippersbaseball.com/team/roster/

who there would you guess will make this squad????,kj

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« Reply #22: December 18, 2006, 01:15:51 AM »
It's really hard to say who has the best chances of making the roster, because a lot of it depends on which players make the the major league one. There are names not on that roster that could end up playing with Columbus. Guys like Larry Broadway, for example, who would be sent down or traded if he doesn't make the Nats. There are too many variables this early to make predictions.

Of the guys listed on the roster, Bacsik, Michalak, White, Abreu, Colome, Everts, Diaz and Nall, all have a chance to make the pitching staff. Behind the plate, is anyone's guess, Thurston and Dorta will make the infield squad, as will Lombard and McDonald in the outfield. As for who else, who knows....