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Throwback Thursday to when the batting cages were being built on the back fields of Osceola Stadium. #tbt
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We are saddened by the tragic passing of José Fernández. We offer our condolences to José's family, friends, fans and everyone at the Miami Marlins' organization.

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Admit it, you're still craving one. Happy National Cheeseburger Day!
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Did you hear the news? Central Florida’s new Minor League Baseball team has announced a four-year affiliation agreement with the Atlanta Braves! See full details at the link below.

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Just 26 days left of regular season baseball! What are your baseball predictions for the postseason?
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Did you know that Major League teams were not allowed to own their own Minor League clubs until 1921? On the blog this week, we take a look at how this affected Minor League Baseball and why the system is now often called the farm.

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DYK: The chances of a fan being hit by a baseball are 300,000 to 1? Watch out for the fly ball!
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Just two more days for you to vote for your favorite name for Central Florida's newest Minor League Baseball team. Voting closes on August 18 at 11:59 p.m. ET, so get your votes in today!
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Congratulations to Don Miers, Osceola County Events Facilities and Parks Director, who will be inducted into the Florida State League Hall of Fame's Class of 2016! 

Don began his work in Osceola in 1984 as the first employee of the Astros' following his two years with the Tidewater Tides and four years as the General Manager of the Daytona Beach Astros. He joined Osceola County Stadium as the Stadium Director two years later in 1986. After departing for two years to help the Detroit Tigers renovate their Spring Training facilities, he returned to Osceola in 2003 and in 2006, Don became the Director of Events Facilities and Parks.
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While we hope by now you have heard that Minor League Baseball will be returning to Osceola Stadium, we figure that some of you might still have to be introduced to what it is. On the blog, read about the history of Minor League Baseball, the different classifications and its significance.
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