Peter Woodfork is overseeing minor leagues for the Major League Baseball

Major League Baseball (MLB) announced that they decided to appoint Peter Woodfork as the Minor League’s Senior Vice President, Operations & Development.

In his new role, Woodfork will oversee the operation of MLB‘s player development system, including relationships with licensed affiliates, Partner League and Player Development Division of 30 Sentences. MLB club.

MLB will take over the underage management from the National Professional Baseball League. This action was taken shortly after the Professional Baseball Agreement expired on 30 September. The National Association has been managing minors since 1901; President Pat O’Conner announced on September 8 that he would retire on December 31 after 13 years in office.

The small leagues are hoping to continue playing next year after a year suffering from the Covid-19 pandemic. Woodfork at the age of 44 has won three Ivy League baseball championships as a midfielder at Harvard. He worked for three years in the industrial relations department of Major League Baseball. Then, he became the baseball operations director of the Boston Red Sox from 2003 to 2005. In the period from 2005 to 2010, he worked as the assistant general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks. He then returned to MLB in March 2011 as senior vice president of baseball operations overseeing the driving division.

He reported to the Morgan Sword in the economics and baseball operations division. Woodfork is responsible for overseeing the player development system. The oversight includes both the licensed affiliates, partner federation, and the club’s player development department. He will be in charge of administering, scheduling, administering, complying with licenses and managing affiliated groups.

He needs to join the Baseball Economics & Operations Division, which is managed by Morgan Sword Executive Vice President. This announcement comes as MLB is working to modernize its player development system. In addition, MLB is also making efforts to preserve class baseball in communities across the country.

A movie worth watching about Korean Baseball: Stove League


The Baseball Tournament is about a professional baseball team that has hit its peak in the past. But now they are just the bottom team. The team’s performance was getting worse and worse day-by-day, to the point that the fans had run out of tears. Things only started to change when the new General Manager took office, blowing new winds for the team.

Baek Seung-soo (actor Nam Goo-min)

Beak Seung-soo is appointed as the new General Manager of Dreams professional baseball team. As a cold person, Seung-soo always thinks “to live strong”. He used to work as a manager for wrestling teams, hockey, handball, and no team has ever passed his hand without winning a prize. Ironically, however, the teams he was in charge of were dissolved after winning, because the sponsoring company did not have enough budget to pay.

Finally, the opportunity also came to Seung-soo when he approached professional baseball, fertile land to make money in Korean professional sports. But life is once again joking with Seung-soo when the team he takes on is the bottom team. In the midst of Dreams’ professional baseball team, Seung-soo is expected to turn this situation around. However, in front of his eyes was the scene of the coaching staff arguing, fighting each other, players playing with a discrete formation, the audience was filled with disappointment at the play of their favorite team. Before that situation, Seung-soo proved to be a less talkative person, more often doing or speaking, considering work over affection. Whenever I say one is one, two is two, for him, there is never a compromise or flexibility. Seung-soo is determined and sure at work, his decisions always surprise and surprise others.

Lee Seo-young (actor Park Eun-bin)

Seo-young is the team’s operations manager, and is also the only and youngest female activity manager in the Korean professional baseball village. For her love of the team, Seo-yeon has been with Dreams for 10 years. Even though the team’s performance has bottomed out and the corporate funding has gradually dripped, she has never once left the team. What Seo-young fears the most is that she gets used to failure or giving up. At first she couldn’t understand Seung-soo, but gradually she realized the team’s ability to win thanks to the new General Manager’s current efforts. And then she suddenly realized that she was secretly admiring Seung-soo. Both gradually became effective assistants to each other.

Kwon Kyung-min (actor Oh Jeong-se)

Kwon Kyung-min is the grandson of Dreams professional baseball team director, currently the CFO of Jae Song Group. Unlike his uncle who is the director of Dreams baseball team but has no interest in managing the team, Kyung-min is always active to maintain Dreams. Although she can endure and be patient in front of her useless cousin, but Kyung-min can not stand Dreams club scene forever not escaping the bottom of the table. He feels annoyed and frustrated because Dreams always have to stand behind other teams, nothing changed, no different from the image of his biological father accepting a simple life. Ultimately, Kyung-min also recruits a new General Manager for the club, but unexpectedly all actions of Seung-soo are out of his expectations.

Han Jae-hee (starring Jo Byeong-gyu)

Jae-hee is a staff member of the professional baseball club management team, Dreams. He is the grandson of the chairman of a famous furniture business. Born in silk velvet, Jae-hee never had to think about what happiness is. Living carefree, only when the team loses the match and has to listen to Seo-young sigh, Jae-hee somewhat feels the desire to win. But that was not enough, and it wasn’t until Seung-woo appeared that the situation began to change, Jae-hee broke. He realized what he wanted to do, why he wanted to do it, and why he still wanted to stay with Seo-young to support the team. For the first time in her life, Jae-hee was aware of such a positive energy.

10 richest clubs in the world: Rugby, baseball, soccer

Like the general trend of the world, teammates’ clubs such as football, soccer, baseball and basketball still became famous team. Compared to last year, the clubs all had a slight decrease in value, the Dallas American rugby club Cowboys still maintained the No. 1 position but decreased -0.8 billion USD.

Compared to last year’s rankings, football’s second place (MU club) spectacularly won by the New York Yankees baseball club. Thus, the two leading positions belong to American football and baseball clubs. Soccer and sport King only ranked third, last season Real failed to play, the club’s value dropped 0.6 billion USD but still secured them 3rd place.

Taking the first place is the Dallas Cowboys football team of famous owner Jerry Jones with a value of $ 4 billion. The American baseball team New York Yankees of the Steinbrenner family is second with $ 3.7 billion. The two giants of Spanish football, Real Madrid (£ 3.4 billion) and Barcelona (worth £ 3.23 billion) are honored to be in the top 10 with third and fourth place respectively.

In the past season, MU did not win any titles. They did not even win tickets to the Champions League, and Manchester United of the Glazers only finished sixth in the Premier League.

According to Forbes, the value of MU at this time is about 3.06 billion pounds. They have fallen from 2nd to 6th in the ranking of the most expensive sports teams in the world.

The remaining teams in the top 10 are all sports clubs in the US. Meanwhile, the top 50 also saw only 5 more soccer teams. Bayern Munich ranked 17th with 2.43 billion pounds. Man City ranked 25th (£ 2.16 billion), Chelsea ranked 32nd (£ 2.08 billion), Arsenal ranked 42nd (£ 1.82 billion) and Liverpool ranked 45 (£ 1.75 billion). The main reason is due to the rapidly increasing player prices in the transfer market.

Female football and baseball player Jacinda Barclay dies: A mystery about a tragedy (Part 1)

We cannot locate clearly, so we call Barclay which sport athlete belongs to. She can do well in three sports including American football, rugby and baseball.

A constantly revolving sports career

The 29-year-old female athlete is believed to have passed away on Monday. Her death shook her teammates competing in the sports she participated in as well as the opponents. The surprise lies in that Barclay is grappling with a mysterious devil that up until now has not been able to identify who or what.
A police spokesman for Western Australia revealed that at 4:35 pm local time, police received information about a woman falling into a state of unconsciousness in an apartment in Chidlow: “The police and the St John’s emergency force were present in Barclay’s apartment and discovered this 29-year-old female athlete had passed away. Her death is not considered in a suspicious condition and a report of the incident will be released soon.

Before retiring, Barclay played 23 times for the Greater Western Sydney Giants Football Club during four seasons. In addition, this female athlete also appeared in the women’s World Cup 5 times in baseball, as well as won the championship title in the first time participating in the Legends Football League of American football.
In a statement issued by the Australian Rugby League, the Barclay family shared: “Barclay is a shining star that shines through the world of sports thanks to love in whatever sport she plays. Although that star has now drifted back to the afterlife, the memories are still like a light to illuminate other female sports athletes in the world to shine, dream big dreams while not forgetting the virtue of humility and pride in herself ”.

Barclay’s sporting life is a revolving journey of different sports, but all with a clear mark. She started playing football at the age of 12 but then focused on baseball in her teenage years. The Western Australia-born female athlete started her baseball career at the age of 15 in the 2006 league, before being called up to the national team a year later.

At the age of 17, Barclay competed for the first time on the world stage and she won a silver medal at the 2010 World Cup. She was a member of the Australian baseball team attending the 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 World Cups and 2016. From 2012 to 2016, she shifted her focus more on American football in Australia and the US before playing rugby in her later years. During his time with American football, Barclay’s most memorable achievement was his time with NSW Surge to attend the first American football tournament in Australia, the 2013-14 season and the NSW Surge was the champion.

MLB started to take down small teams

The minor leagues are undergoing a major shock, with the teams out. But it all seems calm for the main office of Portland Sea Dogs. The employees have returned to work (and away from society) at Hadlock Field
We are planning and preparing for the 2021 season as we normally would at this time of year,” said Geoff Iacuessa, president and general manager of Sea Dogs.
Normally, Sea Dogs will schedule a ticket opening date – usually the first Saturday of November. But no sales date has been announced. One reason for that is that no schedules have been made public yet.
Lacuessa said the schedule was not approved until an agreement was reached between the Youth Baseball and the Baseball League – an organization officially known as the National Professional Baseball Association.

However, NAPBL’s days seem to be scheduled. Major League Baseball is slick and take over. On September 29, MLB announced that the Appalachian League – a cutting-edge rookie tournament of 10 teams – would be converted into a summer university tournament with USA Baseball. Minor League Baseball Office was not mentioned in the announcement.
The move is the start of MLB’s mission to reduce the mini league landscape by 25%, from 160 to 120 teams. Other advanced rookie and short-term leagues (including the New York-Penn League, the one with Red Sox’s Lowell Spinners) also seem to be transformed – into either professional or independent leagues.

On September 30, the contract between MLB and Minor League Baseball expires. The small federation office in St. Petersburg, Florida, sent out a press release saying talks continued for a new deal.
Major League Baseball claims that the agency intends to work with the owners of Minor League to develop the game by building a new model. But the negotiations were with the owners, not with Minor League Baseball office.

The baseball game was postponed because the drone dropped to the field

The fans and players who attended the Cubs and Indians match in the American Professional Baseball (MLB) were panicked when they saw the drone appear on the field.

A flycam suddenly appeared at Wrigley Stadium, during a match between the Cubs and Indians in the American professional baseball tournament.

While the two teams were playing on the field, the judges noticed a strange object flying in the air. After that, the organizers specifically identified the above foreign object as a flycam. The match was delayed 7 minutes for security forces to handle the situation.
The fans and players who played on the field were once … alarmed by fear of terror. After many events that happened in America in the past, it is clear that their worries are not superfluous.

The current National Association is not the first merger of Minor League teams; the previous tournament was disbanded by Major League Baseball when the American League directly challenged the National League supremacy. But this tournament was created after the American League declared itself a major tournament. After the National Confederation formally canceled the previous agreement between professional tournaments and minors, representatives from seven minor leagues met at the Leland Hotel Chicago on September 5, 1901 to the establishment of the National Professional Baseball League, which kicked off in 1902. After fighting some ill-fated challengers and the remaining verbal bash that won’t happen now – like insistence insists from super leagues like the American Association that they get more votes to prevent a coalition of small market teams from making undesirable changes – the National Association becomes the center of the League Baseball Minor .
It’s a system that serves both the MLB and the MiLB well, delivering stability in a sport that attracts more than the proportion of cunning operators. When MiLB felt burdened by the demographic change and the rise of television in the 1950s, the MLB faced the challenge. When the MLB sought local help in the political challenges of its player pay structure, MiLB holders gave assistance.

Sexy Korean singer dating baseball player over 23 years old

On June 26, Korean media reported that former CSJH member Grace Stephanie Kim is dating a former American baseball player. According to the source, the singer’s boyfriend is a famous baseball player, Brady Anderson.

Stephanie and Brady Anderson first met in 2012. At this time, former CSJH members are working at the Los Angeles ballet troupe. The two maintained a friendship for 8 years and only just went into love earlier this year.

The information quickly attracted the attention and mixed opinions of the Korean audience. The reason for conflicting opinions comes from the age gap between the female singer and her boyfriend. Stephanie Kim was born in 1987, meanwhile, Brady Anderson was born in 1964. The two are 23 years apart – the gap is too great according to Korean cultural conception. Additionally, Anderson never married but had a 16-year-old stepdaughter. “Why would a beautiful person like Stephanie choose to date someone worthy of her father’s age?”, “23 years apart, so shocking”, “Brady Anderson is at an age where he can be promoted.” , “I hope this is not the case of a rich white man playing with the affection of a young Asian girl”, “They have been friends for eight years before deciding to fall in love. I really hope Stephanie be happy “… is some comments from Korean netizens.

Not only did she sing well, Stephanie danced well. The female idol studied ballet in the US since a young age, was invited to join the Boston ballet troupe. Her management company gave her the stage name “Thien Vu” because of her impression of her dancing skills. During the peak of her career in 2005-2007, the 33-year-old singer was named “the sexiest female beauty showbiz”. In 2010, CSJH The Grace suspended operations due to Stephanie injury. Two years later, she debuted as a solo singer and continued to pursue a sexy image.

Vietnam crossed out 20 competitive games of SEA Games 30

After the recent meeting between Vietnamese sports officials and the 31st SEA Games organizing committee, the parties reached a consensus to hold 36 sports at the games which will take place from November 21 to February 2. 12/2021.

Việt Nam gạch bỏ 20 môn thi đấu của SEA Games 30 hình ảnh

Of these, there will be 2 compulsory competitions are athletics and water sports. Besides, SEA Games 31 will have 26 Olympic and ASIAD subjects such as football, cycling, shooting, … In addition, Vietnam also selects 8 other sports which are traditional of Southeast Asia.
So compared to the 30th SEA Games in the Philippines one year ago, the conference had a record number of sports – 56 subjects, then SEA Games 31 will eliminate up to 20 sports.
The competitions at SEA Games 30 were cut like: martial arts sticks, skateboarding, obstacle course, jiu-jitsu, esports, sailing, soft tennis, 3 triathlon, sambo, windsurfing, 5 current triathlon college, baseball, rugby, softball, ….

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With this change, the Filipino sports delegation is expected to lose about 58 gold medals compared to the 2019 Games. Not only the Philippines, some other countries like Malaysia are estimated to lose 18 gold medals compared to SEA Games 30 when some strong sports were cut.
And recently the Malaysian Olympic Council (OCM) has said it will make a request to add eight more subjects at the SEA Games next year, which will be hosted by Vietnam: sambo, cricket, boating, netball, lawn. ball (a kind of ball-throw competition), indoor hockey, squash and seven-a-side rugby (a variation of rugby).

Japanese baseball team uses robots instead of fans

The COVID-19 epidemic has left most public events, including music and sports events, in the world … unorganized. However, when the epidemic cooled down in many countries, daily life in normal conditions was returning. In Japan, the Nippon Professional Baseball League has officially kicked off.

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However, not many stadiums allow spectators to watch live matches until at least July 10, so the teams have replaced different icons in the stands. For SoftBank Hawks, owned by Japanese tech giant SoftBank, Pepper robots seem to be quite an interesting choice. The robots wear team shirts and look like supportive fans.

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Pepper robots have been introduced in the stands
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In the audience, Pepper wore a shirt with the symbol of SoftBank Hawks
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Pepper is one of the popular products of SoftBank
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At the same time, fans of Rakuten Eagles, the rival team, watch the game on the big screen but still maintain social distance.

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This robot is also used for a variety of purposes to combat COVID-19 in Japan, including working at hotels where COVID-19 patients are staying.

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Although not attending the match, fans can leave cheerleading messages on the rows.

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Other teams, such as Orix Buffaloes, put stuffed animals in empty stands.

Many American baseball players are miserable

Baseball is the 2nd richest sport in the world. However, during the Covid-19 season, there are baseball players who have to complain about the risk of starvation before being affected by the disease.

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According to the statistics of Rulesofsport, in the 10 richest sports in the world, baseball is ranked at No. 2 and is also expected to rise to No. 1 in the future. Statistics show that the average salary of baseball village up to 3.82 million USD / year.
For comparison, the average salary in the Premier League is only $ 1.6 million / year. The only sport richer than baseball is basketball, with an average annual salary of $ 4.9 million. Texas Rodriguez’s Alex Rodriguez earned $ 33 million in 2019. Meanwhile, the brand value of the New York Yankees baseball team amounted to $ 4.6 billion.
However, going into the baseball village to see the prosperity in the newspaper is not for all. Somewhere in the American baseball village, many players are joking that they can “starve to death before the disease”. It is a harsh fact that without Covid-19, very few people know this truth.

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The wealth of the American baseball village only focuses on the big players playing at the MLB (the highest baseball league in the US). However, in lower leagues, such as MiLB, for example, there are players who are struggling with an allowance of only … 10 USD / day in the time of non-competition
And when the stadium lights, their salary is only between 1,200 USD – 2,400 USD / month, lower than the average income of Americans. John O’Reilly of the Rutgers baseball team is an example. After the MiLB was closed, O’Reilly was not economically strong enough to stay in the city. He had to carry luggage back at his parents’ home in New Jersey.

The American Professional Baseball League (MLB) brings together many international players from CH Dominica, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Nicaragua, and many other countries. However, these people are currently having difficulty in the process of entering the US to focus on the team due to the government tightening immigration procedures because of the Covid-19 epidemic. Some people are still facing financial difficulties as the host club announces that they will suspend the payment of wages because they are no longer playing.