The Forest City Owls announced that local Major League Baseball pitcher Todd Coffey has signed a coaching contact with the team for an Assistant Coaching position for the 2013 season.
The Forest City Owls announced the signing of LHP Stephen Schuler and OF Colin Forgey from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA.
The Forest City Owls recently announced the signing of two players from Tennessee Tech in RHP Jacob Honea and OF Jake Rowland.
Since 2009, McNair Field has played host to the South Atlantic Conference baseball tournament. What was originally a short-term, one-year relationship, has now been extended another three years as the Forest City Owls and the SAC reached an extension agreement.
With the summer baseball season right around the corner, the Forest City Owls are looking for host families for roster members.
The Forest City Owls announced the signing of two assistant coaches for the 2013 season in Chris Torgerson and Kyle Putnam.
Baseball and food have always been linked. Even before Jack Norworth penned the famous phrase, “Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks” in 1908, concessions were a vital part of a fan’s game day experience.
After all the plastic eggs are found and the Easter lunch leftovers are packed into the refrigerator, high school hardball players from all over the county will spend their Spring Break at McNair Field for the 2013 East Rutherford Easter Tournament.
It may be hard to believe, but as we battle frigid temperatures and whirling winds, it’s baseball season. And with baseball season comes a huge shift in gears for me and sports fans alike.
2012 was a big year for Rutherford County sports. A girl's soccer team played for a state title, county high school softballs teams squared off for conference bragging rights, school records were broken and a once-forgotten football program became relevant.
Now is the time to recap this calendar year's biggest stories (in no particular order) and reminisce about the year that was.