Derek Ingram, the "voice of the Daytona Cubs" will again be behind the mic, calling all the action of the Florida State League All-star game as it happens on Saturday, June 14, from Space Coast Stadium.
Coverage of the prospect showcase will begin at 6:45, live from the home of the Brevard County Manatees. The first pitch will be thrown out 7:15 PM.
The game will be broadcast locally in Daytona Beach on 1380 AM. It an also be heard live over the internet at http://www.daytonacubs.com/, http://www.milb.com/ and http://www.fslbaseball.com/.
Ingram is in his 3rd season with the Dayton Cubs and has called the All-star festivies in 2006 at Lakeland and 2007 at Daytona Beach.
The Fort Myers Miracle are sending six representatives to this season's Florida State League All-star game. Starting pitcher Jeff Manship (7-3, 2.86 ERA) will be joined by relievers Anthony Slama (2-0, .50 ERA, 12 SVs) and Rob Delaney (1-2, 1.42 ERA, 13 SVs) on the mound. Miracle second baseman Brian Dinkelman (.293 AVG, 2 HR) and third baseman Danny Valencia (.336 Avg, 5 HR) welcome catcher Wilson Ramos (.242 AVG, 8 HR) to the crew, after he was added to replace injured Lakeland catcher James Skelton.
Outfielder Rene Tosoni (.325 AVG, 1 HR) was also named to the All-star showcase, but will not participate due to a broken foot.
The Miracle finish up the first half of the FSL season on the road against the Dunedin Blue Jays with a three game series starting on Monday, June 16. They return home on Thursday, June 19, to kick off the second half of the season with a 3-game series agains I-75 rivals the Sarasota Reds.
Thursday, June 19, the Miracle will hold Dog Daze II. Bring your pooch to the park for a night of fun as baseball and dogs just naturally go together. June 20 is Big Splash Day as Hammond Stadium is converted into one giant waterpark. Game time for this special event is Noon. Saturday is the Baseball Cap Giveaway night. The first 750 fans receive a cap courtesy of North Trail RV.
Are you ready for a Miracle?