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Morehead City Marlins

Morehead City Marlins
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Founded 2010
Home Field O'Neal Field at Big Rock Stadium
Based in Morehead City, North Carolina
Colors Light Blue and Black
League Coastal Plain League
League Titles 2010 Southern Division Championship
Head Coach Jay Bergman
General Manager Mitch Kluver

The Morehead City Marlins are a collegiate summer baseball team playing in the Coastal Plain League (CPL). The team is based in Morehead City, North Carolina and plays its home games at O'Neal Field at Big Rock Stadium in Morehead City. The team began play in the CPL in the 2010 season and competes in the leagues south division.[1]

Coaching Staff

The Marlins are coached by Jay Bergman, who in his second season with the Marlins. He is assisted by Ryan Anderson (Vincennes University) and C.J. Walmsley (Western Kentucky University).

History

The Marlins first game was on May 26, 2010 at the Outer Banks Daredevils, a game the Marlins won 4-3.[2] In Morehead City's inaugural season, the Marlins won the South Division and clinched a berth in the Pettit Cup Playoffs.

Rankings

In its inaugural season, Morehead City was ranked as high as 12th in the nation.[2] The Marlins have not been ranked during the 2011 season.

Location

The Morehead City Marlins play their home games at O'Neal Field at Big Rock Stadium, also home of the Morehead City Legion Post 46 baseball team. The stadium is located on Mayberry Loop Road in Morehead City, North Carolina.

References

External links

  • Official Site
  • Twitter Page
  • Facebook Page
  • YouTube Channel


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