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Brew Crew Ball Sep 18, 2018
Brewers reach Triple-A deal with San Antonio Missions

Brewers reach Triple-A deal with San Antonio Missions

It may not have been the expected outcome, but the Brewers’ new Triple-A home makes business sense After finding themselves the team left standing in the game of Triple-A musical chairs the last time around, the Brewers are making sure they don’t get stuck in a less than ideal situation once again, announcing a Player Development Contract with the new-to-AAA San Antonio Missions today. Missions Announce two year PDC with the @Brewers in @TripleABaseball #ThisIsMyCrew https://t.co/bXcsqrz1g0 pic.twitter.com/zA6ORaepsP— San Antonio Missions Baseball Club (@missionsmilb) September 18,...
Lone Star Ball Sep 18, 2018
San Antonio Missions, Milwaukee Brewers agree to two year player development contract

San Antonio Missions, Milwaukee Brewers agree to two year player development contract

The Texas Rangers will have their AAA team in either Nashville or Fresno in 2019 The Milwaukee Brewers and the San Antonio Missions have announced a two year player development contract, per Tom Haudricourt on Twitter. This means the new AAA team in San Antonio will be a Brewers affiliate at least through 2020. The Texas Rangers were initially seen as likely to move to San Antonio from Round Rock (since their deal with Round Rock expired at the end of 2018, and the Nolan Ryan Family-controlled Express were going to go back to being a Houston affiliate once that was up), but the issues...
SportsDay Sep 18, 2018
San Antonio out as option for Rangers' Triple-A club

San Antonio out as option for Rangers' Triple-A club

The Texas Rangers lost another potential landing spot for their Triple-A franchise on Tuesday.The relocated San Antonio franchise in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League agreed to a two-year player-development contract with Milwaukee. This continues a relationship between Elmore Sports Group, which owns the franchise, and the Brewers. The franchise was in Colorado Springs, Colo., through this season and was a Brewers affiliate for the previous four years.With Houston expected to complete a deal with Round Rock this week, the Triple-A affiliation shuttle is down to two teams -- Washington and the...
Call to the Pen Sep 19, 2018

Milwaukee Brewers: Why San Antonio Over Colorado Triple-A?

The Milwaukee Brewers announced Tuesday, September 18, 2018 they will move their Triple-A team from Colorado Springs to San Antonio. The San Antonio Missions spent over 100 years as a Double-A team in the Texas League, but will start 2019 as the Brewers Triple-A affiliate in a 2-year contract through 2020. The Milwaukee Brewers former […] Milwaukee Brewers: Why San Antonio Over Colorado Triple-A? - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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