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Wind Surge Release 2020 Coaching Staff

January 28, 2020 - Wichita, Kan. - The Wichita Wind Surge announced today in conjunction with the Miami Marlins its inaugural coaching staff for the 2020 season. Keith Johnson been named the first manager in Wind Surge history and will be joined on the coaching staff by pitching coach Jeremy Powell, hitting coach Justin Mashore, defensive coach Danny Black, bullpen coach Esmerling De La Rosa, athletic trainer Greg Harrel, and strength and conditioning coach Robert Reichert. Johnson has accumulated 752 career wins as a manager, two-thirds... Full Story

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It's a breeze: Wind Surge blow into Wichita

November 13, 2019 - Wichita's current affair is a current of air. The Wind Surge have blown into town. In 2020, after a 12-season absence, Minor League Baseball is returning to Kansas' largest city. As of Wednesday evening, that team has a name: the Wichita Wind Surge -- Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins -- relocated from New Orleans, where they had been known as the Baby Cakes. The Wind Surge will play in a brand new ballpark, which is being constructed on the same site where Lawrence-Dumont Stadium once stood. That venerable faci... Full Story


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Manager Keith Johnson with the New Orleans Baby Cakes
Manager Keith Johnson with the New Orleans Baby Cakes

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Wichita Wind Surge Minor League Baseball

League: Pacific Coast League
Home: Wichita, Kansas
Class: AAA
Affiliation: Miami Marlins
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