Today the Vermont Lake Monsters looked to the future, signing nine standouts kids in communities from all over Vermont and New York, to be a part of the the first Little Lake Monsters Community All-Star Team.
The Vermont Lake Monsters have added four players to their roster with the addition of three pitchers and one infielder taken earlier this month during the Major League Baseball draft by the Oakland Athletics, the New York-Penn League team announced today.
Centennial Field, home of the Vermont Lake Monsters and Modern Woodmen Park, home of the Quad Cities River Bandits are the winners of the best renovations (under $1 million) for 2013 from Ballpark Digest, the leading guide to ballparks and baseball on the Internet.
The 2014 Vermont Lake Monsters field staff will include a pair of new coaches with the additions of former Major League players David Newhan as manager and Tommy Everidge as the team's hitting coach.
The Vermont Lake Monsters released its entire 2014 schedule.
Why would anyone, with literally 100 other numbers (00-99) to choose from, choose to take the field or court with the unluckiest of numbers on their back?
Many of the sights and sounds of Thursday night at Centennial Field were like any other year.