JUAN AVILA PROMOTED TO THE QUEBEC CAPITALES OF THE CANAM LEAGUE

RINCON, PR – Juan Avila of the Puerto Rico Islanders gets the call and will now be in a Quebec Capitales uniform
Juan has displayed tremendous defense backed with Power at the plate.   Juan was tied for the lead in Home Runs  with 2 and had 8 RBIs for the Islanders
“Theres a reason the Philadelphia Phillies signed this guy, hes got a lot of talent.” Vp Jerry Gonzalez
The call came in to Mr Gonzalez for a strong speedy outfielder and Avila was without a doubt the number one choice .

STEVEN FIGUEROA MOVED TO THE QUEBEC CAPITALES OF THE CANAM LEAGUE

RINCON, PR – Steven Figueroa of the New Hampshire Wild has been punishing the baseball offensively since the start of the season and will now be putting on a different  uniform.
His work has not gone unnoticed, and today it will be rewarded as he will be sent up to play in the CanAm League for the 2017 Champions Quebec Capitales.
Figueroa will report to Yogi Berra Stadium for Batting Practice at 4pm.
We wish him the best of luck as he attempts to succeed at the next level in Pro Baseball.

WILD ACE, MATT VOGEL, WILL BE PUTTING ON A YORK REVOLUTION UNIFORM

RINCON, PR –  New Hampshire Wild Ace has been moved to the York Revolution of the Atlantic League and is on his way from Puerto Rico to York to report with the team today by 2pm.

Matthew Vogel impressed early on in the season as the Leagues strikeout leader and is now on his way to a level most guys would never get a shot to play in.

“This league is not about who is winning or who is losing, this league is about who is getting better and who is ready to go to the next level. When the call comes in from the high levels, I can personally select the player who has shown deserving of that opportunity. Character wise and on the playing field. My scouting staff and I are excited for Vogel, and we wish him the best of luck on his journey at the next level” – President Eddie Gonzalez
Vogel is set to start for the Revolution on Saturday pending a physical upon arrival today in York. The Right hander was released by the Tampa Bay Rays and was provided and leaned on the Empire League system to help him get on a different route back to the big show.
“I got to see both starts and he was everything i’d want in a pitcher. Here in the Empire League we pride ourselves in helping these young ball players advance to the next levels and this is another great opportunity for another one of our guys” – Dir of Player Development Jerry Gonzalez
The New Hampshire Wild will be returning home next week and will look to replace Vogels spot by then.
Article by Empire Media

HILLERT DOMINATES EXPLORERS FOR SECOND WIN OF SEASON

RINCON, PR – The New Hampshire Wild have defeated the Explorers for the second time in a row this season.

Wild had 8 hits to the Explorers 4. Sammy Carter for the Explorers continues to hit well adding a  hit to his hits count for the second game in a row.  Steven Figueroa and Ricardo Sanjurjo both had a pair of hits for the Wild.

“I felt really good out there and my teammates are all playing together to make this happen. We are playing defense, we are hitting and it makes my job easier” – Mitchell Hillert

Cody Den Beste scored a pair of runs and has made an immediate impact on the Wilds Lineup meanwhile Ricky Rivera scored the only run for the Explorers

Mitchell Hillert, who has been added to the Irish National Team roster had a perfect game going for the Wild until an error followed by a single in the 6th inning broke up the perfect game and no-hitter. Hillert went 8 innings and struck out 4 batters while only giving up  2 hits.

The Explorers have some figuring out to do as they have not been able to do much defensively. Scott Hall went 6 innings giving up 4 earned runs and striking out 6 batters.

The Wild improve their record to (2-0) while the Explorers drop to (0-2).