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With Heater the Dragon as their mascot and reserving the prime arena at Sam Lynn Ballpark, which gained glory and magnitude for facing the setting sun and its shallow 354-foot center field fence, The Bakersfield Blaze is a minor league baseball team in Bakersfield, California, USA. They are a high-A class team in the California League, and are a farm team of the Texas Rangers. The stadium which opened in 1941 can easily absorb 3,500 fans sufficing them with priceless and thrilling emotions of a lifetime.
Players make and break the team as their performance can be evident there and then in the field, thus leaving no time for further judgment. Bakersfield has been blessed with professional baseball since 1941. The Blaze, currently in its third year affiliated with the Texas Rangers, enters its 67th year at Sam Lynn Ballpark. We have seen such great ballplayers throughout the years such as Johnny Callison, Ron Cey, Mike Piazza, Pedro Martinez, Eric Karros, and more recently Rocco Baldelli and Johnny Gomes.
Joshua Holt Hamilton (born May 21, 1981 in Raleigh, North Carolina) is a Major League Baseball player for the Texas Rangers. He was the first overall pick in the 1999 Major League Baseball Draft by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. He was considered a blue chip prospect but an unfortunate blow of injuries and addiction derailed his career in 2001. Prior to the 2007 season, Hamilton was selected by the Chicago Cubs, and quickly traded to the Cincinnati Reds. He made his MLB debut in 2007, and had a successful rookie season. During the off-season he was again traded with the Texas Rangers. Throughout the first three months of the 2008 season, he has been one of the top hitters in the American League.
The next big name down the line is that of Rocco Daniel Baldelli who is also a Major League Baseball outfielder for the Tampa Bay Rays. Baldelli is a New England area fan favorite and was known for his outstanding speed and throwing ability. However, medical issues have put the future of his baseball career in doubt, thus leaving the team to make further decisions of choosing other players. Amongst many other new inductees, Hideo Nomo is a right-handed relief pitcher who is currently a free agent. He achieved early success in Japan, and his later success in the United States is often credited with paving the road for the wave of Japanese players entering Major League Baseball.
Well seasoned and iron strong players take the team to great heights. Jos? Offerman is one such professional baseball player who has played professional baseball for nearly 20 years. He has played for 15 seasons in the Major League Baseball, and for 2 years in the independent Atlantic League, where he currently plays.
Pedro Jaime Mart?nez (born October 25, 1971 in Manoguayabo, Dominican Republic) is a Major League Baseball pitcher for the New York Mets. He has won three Cy Young Awards and is considered to be one of the top pitchers of his era. At the time of his 200th win in April 2006, Mart?nez had the highest winning percentage of any 200-game winner. In 2007, he became the 15th pitcher to reach 3,000 career strikeouts, which made him the hottest pick of the year.
Michael Joseph Piazza is a former American Major League Baseball player. Although he remained with a variety of teams yet his experience is always appreciated and welcomed.. He is a 12-time All-Star. Piazza is often regarded as the best hitting catcher of all time, and holds the career record for home runs hit by a catcher with 396. He had at least one RBI (run batted in) in 15 consecutive games for the New York Mets in 2000, the second longest RBI streak ever. Among many others, Eric Peter Karros (born November 4, 1967 in Hackensack, New Jersey) is a famous name and a former American baseball player who played in Major League Baseball from 1991-2004.
General Manager Shawn Schoolcraft sees great potential in the club and direction as the Blaze recently re-upped with the Rangers for another four years.
I have a lot of confidence in Bakersfield baseball. We have room to grow and the Blaze will continue to expand with this ever growing city. I've always had a strong love for the game, and I believe that my love reflects the same for the fans in Bakersfield.