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2007 ABL 3rd Place
6-1 LOSS to Oceanside (CA) Waves
7/20/7: Panners go extra for another win The loss also dropped the Miners to 18-8 overall and 16-8 in the ABL, a full game behind the first-place Athletes in Action Fire, whom the Miners face at 7 tonight at Growden.
6/21/7: Panners suffer their first setback “We lost that game in the first five innings. We were not ready to play; we were very lackadaisical,” Panners manager Tim Gloyd said. “We made three or four errors and even (starter Michael) Guerrero didn’t seem (sharp). They were just out there. Maybe they were thinking about tomorrow.”
6/11/7: ABL : Pilots open season with loss | College players begin migrating to Palmer diamond
6/5/7: Linda Douglass: Replacing ping! with crack! for Alaskan summer "Basch, a former Goldpanner who stayed in Alaska, said he enjoys the travel. “I think it’s great that the kids get to see different parts of Alaska and stay in some unique places. In Fairbanks, the (visiting) team stays in a trailer park inside the stadium and in Kenai the visiting teams stay in the local bingo hall,” he said. “Also, I enjoy seeing players’ first impressions of Alaska when they arrive for the first time, because it reminds me of what a unique place it is that we live.”
5/10/7: Is the Cape Just a “Show” League? "Alaska Goldpanners GM Don Dennis thinks so." // Capeman - "I do happen to think that the kids on the Cape lack some competitiveness " // Andrew - "I’m not sure if the rivalry really translates well to the CCBL" // Dave - "The “competitiveness” issue has been something that I have wondered about for awhile.. there is a feeling that once the all star game is over, many scouts leave the Cape, and after that happens some players “desire” seems to wane."
5/10/7: Mitch Canham Interview "One thing I was interested in was whether all the scouts and attention from professional clubs affected the play. I had read in an article at Codball.com that some considered it a show league, and figured I’d get the thoughts of a participant (Canham). He acknowledged there is probably some self-promotion.. // "When I went to Alaska (another summer league) I hit horrible up there, but I improved so much on my catching because that’s what I was there to do was develop my catching so that when I came back to Oregon State I’d be a solid catcher for my team. I knew the hitting would come; I’m very confident in my hitting abilities. Just making sure I had a strong base in my catching was really important to me. Now I’m at the point where I’m comfortable doing both. "
5/8/7: Gloyd to manage Goldpanners (DN-M)
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