San Rafael Pacifics
The San Rafael Pacifics are no strangers to wacky promotions, but a computerized umpire being showcased Tuesday could offer a glimpse into the future of baseball.
To benefit breast cancer awareness, the San Rafael Pacifics played Friday in specially-designed pink dresses.
Foregoing the pink hats and cleats often associated with Major League Baseball breast cancer awareness games, the Pacifics will be playing ball on Friday June 27th in specially-designed dresses. The pink gowns are specially designed after the outfits worn by the women of the All American Girls Professional Baseball League, which was the focus of a popular 1992 film starring Gina Davis and Tom Hanks.
The San Rafael Pacifics minor league baseball team is offering a once in a lifetime promotion to fans who are planning ahead for their final arrangements.
Bill “Spaceman” Lee, the 65-year-old former Boston Red Sox great, pitched a complete game for the San Rafael Pacifics on Thursday night. He discussed the outing and his career with CBS 5’s Vern Glen.
Coming off a serious nerve injury that sidelined him last season, all eyes will be on Denver QB Peyton Manning.
Bill “Spaceman” Lee, the 65-year-old former Boston Red Sox great became the oldest pitcher to win a professional baseball game.
50-year-old pitcher Roger Clemens is expected to start for the Sugar Land Skeeters Saturday after signing with the Independent Atlantic League team.
The San Rafael Pacifics minor league baseball team opens its season with a 7:15 p.m. game at Albert Park Monday.
Minor league baseball is good to go in Marin County after a lawsuit that could have delayed the start of the San Rafael Pacifics first season was thrown out.