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Smokies Tied For First in Southern North

The Tennessee Smokies made a trip down to Chattanooga three days ago to start their five game series with the Lookouts. In the first three games of the series, the ...

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Tennessee Smokies Thank Our Troops

This evening at Smokies Park, Knox County Mayor, Tim Burchett, spoke on behalf of active military soldiers as well as veterans in the Tennessee Smokies’ Salute to Heroes Night before ...

2014 Smokies LHP Andrew McKirahan was selected by the Miami Marlins in the Major League portion of Thursday's Rule 5 Draft. (Photo Credit: Roger C. Hoover)

Race to First in Southern League North

The Tennessee Smokies are looking to rally at home in the fifth game of a six-game series tonight against the Jackson Generals. In their current series, the Smokies and Generals are ...

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Pete Rose Reds player manager and MLB hit king

Reinstate Pete Rose? Hot Stove Baseball Podcast Inning 6

Legendary baseball scout Gary Hughes of the Boston Red Sox and @Broadcastermick ...
Mr Cub Ernie Banks Passed away Jan 23 2015

We remember Ernie Banks- Hot Stove Baseball Podcast Inning 5

Click Here to Listen- Hot Stove Baseball Podcast 5th Inning Legendary baseball ...
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Babe Ruth Sold to the Yankees & Who’s Winning the off season? -Hot Stove Baseball Podcast

      Legendary baseball scout Gary Hughes and @Broadcastermick (Mick Gillispie) ...
Jon Lester (Cubs signed at 6 years-155 million)

Winter Meetings Review – Hot Stove Baseball Podcast

Baseball America Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Gary Hughes and Smokies Broadcaster Mick ...
Pablo Sandoval during the 2014 World Series - Photo (Courtesy of the NYTimes)

The latest off season news – Hot Stove Baseball Podcast

The ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ edition of the podcast starts with Gary Hughes and ...
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Hot Stove Baseball Podcast #1 (Mick Gillispie & Gary Hughes)

 Gary and Mick get the Hot Stove Baseball Podcast started less then ...

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Walks Derail Smokies in 8-7 Loss to Braves

PEARL, Miss. – Despite a stellar performance by right fielder Bijan Rademacher and an early 5-0 lead, the Tennessee Smokies dropped their first game of the 2015 season, 8-7, to the Mississippi Braves on Friday night at Trustmark Park. Rademacher was a key cog for the Smokies (1-1, 1-1) offense in defeat on Friday night. […]

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Smokies Top Braves 7-2 in Season Opener

PEARL, Miss. – Thanks to dominant performances by catcher Kyle Schwarber and first baseman Dan Vogelbach, the Tennessee Smokies captured their first win of the season and their first win on Opening Day since 2012, as they defeated the Mississippi Braves, 7-2 at Trustmark Park on Thursday evening. In their Smokies (1-0, 1-0) debuts, Schwarber and Vogelbach each […]

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Spring Training Recap – March 10th

By Andrew Green Before getting into everything, here’s a great sight to wake up to. If anyone needs us, we'll just be busy watching this all day. #BackToBackToBackJacks pic.twitter.com/3RAHQnYvtW — Tennessee Smokies (@smokiesbaseball) March 11, 2015   The big news around baseball was the back-to-back-to-back home runs from Smokies alums Jorge Soler (2014), Javier Baez […]

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March 9th Spring Training Recap

By Andrew Green Despite the Cubs’ 6-3 defeat to the San Diego Padres Monday, several former Smokies performed well for Chicago, including hurlers Kyle Hendricks and C.J. Edwards, in addition to catcher Miguel Montero. A Smokies alum also kept the Cubs in check through the first three innings in right-hander Andrew Cashner. Hendricks (2.0 IP, […]

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’93 Knoxville Smoky Delgado Elected To SL Hall of Fame

The Southern League of Professional Baseball Clubs announced their 2015 class for the Southern League Hall of Fame Wednesday, with 1993 Knoxville Smokies slugger Carlos Delgado chosen as the Tennessee Smokies franchise’s representative. The circuit’s second Hall of Fame class was voted on by a panel of 30 voters, and consists of 12 total inductees. […]

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83 Smokies Alums Invited To Big League Spring Training

The date is finally here, as pitchers and catchers have started to report to their Spring Training camps, with many already arriving early. Once again, there are many former Smokies who will be looking to start the season with their Major League clubs, with 83 total alums either on a Major League team’s 40-man roster, […]

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Bryant Headlines Smokies Trio Featured In Keith Law’s Top 100 Prospects List

The prospect accolades continue to roll in for the Chicago Cubs, as well as former Smokies players, with Keith Law revealing his top 100 prospects list for the 2015 season. Three Smokies were recognized, including Kris Bryant as the top overall player, while Addison Russell (No. 4) and Jorge Soler (No. 14) were also among […]

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Keith Law Names Cubs Baseball’s Top Farm System

ESPN’s Keith Law revealed his rankings for all 30 clubs and their Minor League systems, with the Chicago Cubs coming out on top for the second consecutive season. The article, which is available only to those with an ESPN Insider subscription, can be found here. At least three of the Cubs’ top prospects are expected […]

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Kyle Schwarber was rated the third-best catching prospect in baseball by MLBPipeline.com. (Photo Credit: Paul R. Gierhart/MiLB.com)

Possible 2015 Smokie Schwarber Rated Third-Best Catching Prospect

MLBPipeline.com has begun their 2015 top ten position prospect breakdowns en route to announcing their top 100 overall prospects, revealing the top ten catching farmhands for this upcoming season. The entire list, as well as the top left-handed and right-handed pitching prospects can be viewed by clicking here. Checking in at number three is possible […]

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Former Smoky Rhee Signs With Japanese Club

According to a post from the Japan Times publication, 2012-14 Smokies pitcher Dae-Eun Rhee has signed a contract with the Japanese Pacific League’s Chiba Lotte Marines baseball team. Compensation is reportedly equivalent to $450,000 dollars per the Japan Times post, which can be read here. Over his three seasons with the Smokies, Rhee tallied a 19-13 […]

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