Some More Details On The McAllen Thunder

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Earlier this week Ballpark Digest reported that the McAllen Thunder’s basic information:


The team will be managed by Matt Stark, who was originally scheduled to be involved with the Southwestern States League.  The team is owned by last year’s United League executives, Byron Pierce and John Bryant.

No website for the team yet exists, so here is the North American League’s page for the team:

Here is a local article about a local investor, Preston Henrichson, who is partnering with John Bryant and Byron Pierce to operate the Thunder.  The article also mentions that Doug Leary, current GM for the Edinburg Roadrunners, also will handle the business duties for the Thunder for the 2011 season.

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  1. Is this a joke of some sort? This guy Stark was coaching high school baseball last year in California. And yeah, well he must of tore up those know nothing high school coaches. Stark’s record? 8-14 and 0-12 in his own league! Look for yourself

    http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/VE4QpFdiDkmmikq-c2Fa0g/wilson-wildcats/baseball-spring-10/schedule.htm

    I guess miracles do happen but this guy is living off being a first round draft pick in 1983. Success is not just around the corner for this team.

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