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The International Language of Baseball

Moving away from home and starting over in a new city is a difficult task for anyone.  That task becomes exponentially more difficult when the city is over 5,000 miles away from home and nobody speaks your language. That is what’s at hand for 11 member

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Jordan Drake: A Tale of Perseverance

It’s not always easy to set a goal, almost reach it and then get turned away. It’s even more difficult when that goal is being a professional baseball player and one gets drafted out of high school, only to get cut by the team that gave that c

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A Chill in the Winter Breeze

Men in the Box No one sees more of the game, aside from players and coaches, than your talented CWL broadcasters. As we enter the last week of the season its time for one of these microphone merchants to lend you their thoughts on the season to date. Toda

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You can never get enough good pitching…

Palm Springs, CA – Feb. 4, 2011 – Both Friday afternoon games at the ballpark started off with good old-fashioned pitcher’s duels. In Game One, Canada A’s right-hander Taylor King and 18-year-old lefty Shota Kano of the Coachella Valley Sn

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PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Baseball’s long had history with the United States military. After all, Hall of Famers who served their country include Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Willie Mays, Joe DiMaggio, Bob Feller, Hoyt Wilhelm and Jackie Robinson.

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