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  • Past Mudcat stars come up big in 2017 WBC

    Several former Carolina Mudcats including Puerto Rico Manager Edwin Rodriguez, shortstops Francisco Lindor (Puerto Rico) and Didi Gregorius (Netherlands) and reliever Andrew Miller (USA) all contributed in a major way for their respective home countries during the 2017 World Baseball Classic. MORE »
  • Individual Game Tickets Now Available

    The Carolina Mudcats, the new Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers and member of the historic Carolina League, today announce that individual game tickets for the 2017 season are now available for purchase at the Five County Stadium Box Office in Zebulon. MORE »
  • Rodriguez & Lindor lead Puerto Rico to finals

    Team Puerto Rico, led by by former Carolina Mudcats manager Edwin Rodriguez and former Mudcats shortstop Francisco Lindor, advanced to the 2017 World Baseball Classic finals on Monday night. MORE »
  • Carolina Mudcats 2017 Promotions Schedule

    The Carolina Mudcats have released the team's 2017 season promotions schedule, which features eight souvenir giveaways, several themed jersey days, 16 total fireworks nights and the ever-popular Mudcats for America Series. MORE »
  • Six former Mudcats set to play in 2017 WBC

    SIx former Mudcats, including Miguel Cabrera (Venezuela), Francisco Lindor (Puerto Rico) and Adrián González (Mexico), will represent their home countries in the 2017 World Baseball Classic. MORE »
  • Ayrault Named Manager of the Mudcats

    Joe Ayrault was named the new manager of the Carolina Mudcats today as the Milwaukee Brewers announced their Minor League affiliate coaching staffs for the 2017 season. Ayrault is joined in Carolina by Pitching Coach Dave Chavarria, Coach Edwin Maysonet, Coach Dave Joppie and Strength and Conditioning Specialist Jonah Mergen. MORE »
  • Mudcats Announce 2017 Schedule

    The Carolina Mudcats, first year affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, announce today their 2017 Carolina League season schedule with the club's home opener scheduled for Thursday, April 13 at Five County Stadium versus the Frederick Keys and the overall season opener on the road in Frederick on Thursday, April 6. MORE »
  • Brewers system bolstered by recent trades

    Along with recent Draft picks, the prospects the Brewers have gotten back in a bevy of deals over the last two years have helped to re-stock what is now one of the deepest farm systems in baseball. MORE »
  • Former Mudcats headed to Fall Classic

    A total of 11 former Carolina Mudcats players could potentially play a major role and make baseball history when the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs meet in the 2016 World Series beginning on Tuesday night in Cleveland. A total of seven former Mudcats could crack the Fall Classic roster for the Indians while three more could make the Cubs championship squad. MORE »
  • Mudcats, Brewers announce PDC agreement

    The Carolina Mudcats proudly announced today a new player development contract with the Milwaukee Brewers. The agreement is for two years, covering Carolina's 2017 and 2018 Carolina League, Class A Advanced seasons at Five County Stadium in Zebulon, NC. MORE »
  • A video tribute to our great fans

    We tip our caps to you the fan for making the 2016 season full of #MudcatsFUN and certainly one to remember! MORE »
  • Multiple Mudcats earn post-season awards

    Franco earned Pitcher of the Week, Withrow was named the Braves Class A Advanced Pitcher of the Year and Curcio was named Atlanta's High A Position Player of the Year. Curcio also won the Mudcats' 2016 Willie Duke Award while Sal Giardina earned the Ed Hales Award. MORE »
  • Edgerton and Mudcats walk-off in finale

    Jordan Edgerton broke a scoreless tie in the ninth with a walk-off double scoring Dylan Moore while lifting the Mudcats to a 1-0 season finale victory versus the Dash at Five County Stadium on Monday afternoon. MORE »
  • Packer earns Sports Turf Managers Award

    The Carolina Mudcats are proud to announce that Mudcats Head Groundskeeper, John Packer has been named the 2016 Carolina League Sports Turf Manager of the Year as announced by the league office and the Sports Turf Managers Association. Packer is a first time winner of the prestigious award granted annually and selected based on voting by Carolina League staff and umpires. MORE »
  • Mudcats sweep twin bill with walk-off walks

    Enderson Franco completed his second career complete game shutout in a 5-0 game one victory and the Mudcats walked off 3-2 with back-to-back bases loaded walks in game two while completing a doubleheader sweep against the Dash at Five County Stadium. MORE »
  • Franco tosses complete game gem

    Enderson Franco completed his second career complete game shutout in a 5-0 game one victory and the Mudcats walked off 3-2 with back-to-back bases loaded walks in game two while completing a doubleheader sweep against the Dash at Five County Stadium. MORE »
  • Edgerton drives in four as Mudcats win 9-4

    Jordan Edgerton had a triple and four RBI, Keith Curcio tripled and scored three times and Travis Demeritte had two hits and scored three runs as the Mudcats opened their final series of the season with a 9-4 win against the Dash at Five County Stadium on Saturday night. MORE »
  • Mudcats headed to Arizona Fall League

    It was announced recently that current Carolina Mudcats infielder Travis Demeritte, recently promoted catcher Kade Scivicque and 2016 Carolina League All-Star reliever Evan Phillips were all chosen to represent the Atlanta Braves in the prospect laden Arizona Fall League this off-season. MORE »