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Elmore is the owner and founder of Elmore Sports Group, which runs the Emeralds as well as other minor-league baseball, hockey and soccer teams.
Valdez went to camp last spring with Kansas City, signing there as a minor-league free agent because, he says, Royals officials told him he would make the club.
Johnson argued that the restoration of the 1(d) restrictions would actually lead to "more telecasting and broadcasting of better baseball than if we continue the present ruinous policy of destroying the Minor Leagues by the continual invasion of minor-league territory by the majors through radio and TV.
Former Montana congressman Pat Williams called the possibility of professional baseball on a summer's night in Missoula "pure poetry" and signed on as a founding member of Play Ball Missoula--the group that courted minor-league baseball and promised to provide a suitable stadium.
Indeed, minor-league baseball continues its decade-long resurgence.
The Rule 5 draft also includes two minor-league phases.
will visit the Dodgers' various minor-league affiliates throughout the season.
The Dodgers acquired Julio Lugo, above, from the Tampa Bay Devil Rays for minor-league prospects Joel Guzman and Sergio Pedroza.
Travel squad: Little said he will fill out the rosters for Tuesday's intrasquad game at Jacksonville with a combination of players from major- and minor-league camps and that a handful of position players and several pitchers from big-league camp will stay behind.
At least a couple of the remaining seven spots will be filled from the handful of minor-league invitees currently in spring training, each of whom already has agreed on a major-league salary if he makes the club.
The Dodgers put what probably was the final touch on their spring-training roster Monday, signing veteran reliever Brian Meadows, a right-hander, to a minor-league contract and inviting him to big-league camp.
The Dodgers have signed veteran catcher and former World Series MVP Pat Borders to a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training, but the move isn't nearly as significant as it sounds.
Romero from the Minnesota Twins in a trade for minor-league infielder Alexi Casilla.
The other three candidates who were brought in for formal interviews - Triple-A Las Vegas manager Jerry Royster, San Francisco bench coach Ron Wotus and Cleveland minor-league manager Torey Lovullo - all have been told they no longer are under consideration, a Dodgers spokesman said Friday night.
Gould said past minor-league proposals in the city have struck out.