It has been a rough week for fans of professional baseball here in the Yakima Valley.
First we heard the news on Monday (March 29) of the tragic passing of former Yakima Bears Field Manager Mike Bell passing away due to kidney cancer. Today, we have learned of the tragic passing of the Yakima Valley…
The Yakima Valley Pippins Baseball Club announced that their 2021 schedule is going to have to be adjusted to avoid international travel into Canada following the West Coast League's (WCL) adoption of a revision that will eliminate games that cross the border.
Does anything taste better than a hot dog smothered with all the fixin's and washed down with a cup of suds while taking in a game at the baseball park? I submit that it's highly doubtful. Even better? The Yakima Valley Pippins are going to make it even easier than ever this year all whil…
The Yakima Valley Pippins Baseball Club of the collegiate West Coast League is preparing for the 2021 season and have officially announced via the Facebook page and website that they are now hiring for myriad part-time jobs over the course of 30-plus nights from June through August.
Major League Baseball conducted Rounds 2 -5 of their annual amateur selections yesterday (June 11) and the Seattle Mariners used their selection in the 5th Round to pick a pitcher with some ties to the Yakima Valley.
As the Yakima Valley Pippins continue to prepare for a shortened 2020 season amid uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, team officials are turning their attention to a vital operations element each year: securing host families for incoming players.
The Yakima Valley Pippins Baseball Club have stated that they plan to proceed with their 2020 West Coast League season but only when it is deemed that everyone is in the clear from the coronavirus pandemic.