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OAKLAND — Kevin Cash isn’t shopping for places in Montreal quite yet, but the Rays manager made some pointed statements Thursday about the internationalization of the game. The Rays received MLB approval to explore the possibility of splitting their home schedule between Tampa Bay and Montreal. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has made no secret his desire to spread the game more globally. Games have been played internationally in Mexico, Japan, Australia, including six games this season that have been played outside the United States and Canada. Later this month, the Yankees and Red Sox will play a two-game series in London, and next year the Cubs and Cardinals will play two games there. So placing replanting a team in Montreal, where the Expos left to become the Washington Nationals in 2005, is seemingly important to MLB's powers that be. When Cash played for the Blue Jays, the Expos were a team in flux. They survived contraction attempts twice, were sold to MLB, and played part of their home schedule in San Juan, Puerto Rico for two seasons in 2003 and '04. The next year, the team relocated to Washington. Since then, the city has tried to get a team back in Montreal, and the annual preseason games the Blue Jays play at Olympic Stadium generate huge crowds. Though financing a new stadium is still an issue, it's clear Montreal is determined to bring baseball back. “You hear the passion from the fans there, that when the Expos played there, you recognize that they’re in the mix now, there’s been a lot of talks. I think baseball wants to go where baseball’s wanted,” Cash said.
Prior to making their first appearance representing Mexico in the Caribbean Series since 1999, the Mexicali Aguilas have set their roster for the week-long event in Culiacan. Of the 28 players who'll be in uniform for the Eagles, 15 will be pitchers. Mexicali has added 14 reinforcements from other Mexican Pacific League clubs and a cursory glance at the roster shows a team with experience, versatility, a good mix of power and speed, and (as mentioned) lots and lots of pitching. The following is the Mexicali roster for the CS. Catchers (2): Xorge Carrillo, Sebastian Valle (MOC). Infielders (6): Yuniesky Betancourt, Jesse Castillo (NAV), Agustin Murillo (JAL), C.J. Oufielders (5): Jason Bourgeois (HMO), Luis Juarez, Yordanys Linares, Ronnier Mustelier (CUL), Chris Roberson. Coaches: Martin Arzate, Eddy Castro, Jose Angel Chavez, Manuel Del Campo, Luis Enrique Huerta, Mario Mendoza, Armando Valdez. Skipper Roberto Vizcarra's squad appears capable of providing Mexico its fifth Caribbean Series championship in seven winters, including the Mazatlan Venados last February. The Aguilas play their first Caribbean Series game Wednesday night at Culiacan's Estadio Tomateros against the Caguas Criollos, champions of Puerto Rico's Roberto Clemente League. First pitch is scheduled for 8:00PM MST (0300 UTC). Rodriguez will start for Mexicali. The lefty was a perfect 4-0 with a 2.52 ERA in four playoff starts in January for his hometown Culiacan Tomateros after going 4-6 during the regular season. Hector Velazquez will get the start Thursday against Venezuelan champs Licey.
EDMONTON—The Edmonton Prospects could be looking at their last inning at RE/MAX Field after the community and public services committee decided to hold an open invite for other baseball groups to take over the park after this season. The city has a four-year agreement with the Edmonton Prospects, which allows the collegiate summer baseball team to use the ballpark, formerly known as Telus Field, south of the downtown core. But that runs out after the 2019 season, and while the Prospects want to continue playing in the ballpark, the city is looking for other options. “There have been ongoing challenges with the group’s ability to fulfil the terms of the licence agreement,” according to a report from city administration presented to the committee on Wednesday. While both the city and the Edmonton Prospects refused to give more details on the issues, Patrick Cassidy, team general manager, says they found areas of the lease written by the city problematic.
“The lease wasn’t overly well-written in terms of who is responsible for what, and so we have been going back and forth on that,” he said. However, councillors decided they are ready to invite other groups — including the Prospects — to pitch ideas for the ballpark. Councillor Michael Walters, who feels especially passionate about the project since he coaches minor league baseball himself, said they are looking for bigger ideas that would make the field more profitable. “I think it probably requires a larger partnership with a consortium, with an anchor baseball team surrounded by a relationship with minor baseball, and some commercial partner, such as a craft brewery, for example,” he said. He says if the city is ready, they might be willing to take on an affiliated baseball team, as well. Walters said they are very much open to an affiliated team, even if that means the Edmonton Prospects would have to leave. The city is currently accepting submissions from baseball groups for a business proposal for the park. There is no deadline for submissions.
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