Bears Extend PDC with Arizona Diamondbacks Through 2012
YAKIMA, Wash. - The Yakima Bears extended their Player Development Contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks through the 2012 season, Bears officials announced Monday.
The Bears have been a farm club of the D-backs since the 2001 season.
"We're extremely pleased to lengthen our relationship with the Diamondbacks," Bears president Mike McMurray said. "In particular, we feel privileged to continue working with [D-backs Farm Director] Mike Berger."
The Bears host the Spokane Indians Monday night at County Stadium for game one of the East Divisional Playoffs.
Playoff tickets for game one against the Spokane Indians are on sale now at the downtown Bears office at 17 N. 3rd Street, Suite 101 and online at yakimabears.com. You can catch every Bears game all season long on 1460 AM KUTI or listen online at yakimabears.com.
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