The Asheville Tourists will give away 1,000 Crash Davis bobbleheads on Saturday to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of "Bull Durham."
The meeting, in a session that was closed to the public, lasted for more than hour.
Also, Mars Hill College was recently awarded a $2 million grant to help train nurses, and more.
Also, the LaZoom Room is set to open Friday, and much, much more.
Also, meet former heavyweight boxing champ Buster Douglas at an upcoming Asheville Tourists game, and more.
Also, the Asheville Flea for Y'all cranks up April 24 at The Salvage Station, and much more.
Willie Stargell, who went on to be named MVP of the 1979 World Series, was known as "On the hill Will" in Asheville.
When it opened in 1924, McCormick Field was touted as "the best and most complete athletic field in the South."
"King Baseball will hold Asheville in its grip today."
The players have been cleared, but their budding baseball careers are most likely over.
The biggest change at the ballpark this season is the addition of hundreds of new seats.
The Tourists are 2-5 against the Hagerstown Suns, who they will face off against for the championship.
Joe's at it again.
The Asheville Tourists are rockin'. Playoff ball starts on Wednesday, Sept. 3, with the Tourists hosting the Savannah Sand Gnats.
The Asheville Tourists return to McCormick Field for the final three home games of the regular season on Aug. 26.
Mikulik, already known for classic on-field tantrums, literally loses his shirt and shoes (along with his temper) this time. Check out the video.
The Asheville Tourists begin the week with a four-game lead in the SAL's Southern Division, but things could tighten up quickly.
Even steamrollers have to come to a halt eventually.
McCormick Field is getting some nice upgrades in advance of this year's SAL All-Star Game.
Dahl leads the team in triples and ranks in the team's top five in every other offensive category.
The Asheville Tourists return to McCormick Field tonight (Thirsty Thursday) for a four-game series with the Rome Braves.
The Asheville Tourists are on a roll.
The Tourists went 5-2 during their latest homestand. They're currently in second place in the SAL Southern Division, with a 25-19 record.
Current Tourists outfielder David Dahl is turning heads with his home runs, while former Tourist Nolan Arenado his grabbing headlines with an extended hitting streak the big leagues.
Valaika has a .380 batting average, second best in the South Atlantic League. He's been one of the Tourists' most consistent hitters the first month of the season.
The right-hander won his first two starts of the season, allowing no runs and just six hits in 11 innings.
The boys are back in town, and the 2014 edition of the Tourists has several potential stars to follow.
Four other members of last season's Tourists are returning: catcher Jose Briceno, middle Infielder Zach Osborne, and pitchers Matt Carasiti and Trent Blank.
Two 23-year-old relief pitchers were charged with raping a woman early Saturday at their apartment on Ascot Point Circle.