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October 2020 Community Report

November 9, 2020

In the month of October, The Stockton Ports delivered $200 worth of gift cards to six different schools in our local community. After raising $1,200 through a Virtual Back to School Drive, The Ports were able to purchase gift cards to support Hong Kingston, Pittman, Pulliam, Cleveland, Kennedy, and Adams

Ports to offer $100 priority deposits for 2021 Ticket Plans, Suites and Groups.   

October 13, 2020

STOCKON, CA – The Stockton Ports announced today that $100 priority deposits may be placed to reserve ticket plans, suite rentals, and group outings for the 2021 season. Individuals or companies interested in becoming a new Season Ticket Member or interested in hosting a ballpark outing may place a deposit

Ports Virtual Back to School Drive

August 31, 2020

The Ports are excited to launch it's Virtual Back to School Drive, starting today and running until September 14! The purpose of this event is to support local schools in the community and provide schools, teachers, and students with the proper supplies and visual learning materials to enhance both online

Former Ports catcher, Jonah Heim, makes MLB Debut 

August 31, 2020

The Stockton Ports congratulate former catcher Jonah Heim on making his Major League debut. Heim, a switch-hitter, was a member of the 2018 Stockton Ports team. Heim, a former fourth round pick of the Baltimore Orioles, was traded to the Athletics organization prior to the 2018 season. Heim played in

Former Port, Max Schrock, becomes 300th player from Stockton Franchise to make MLB Debut 

August 18, 2020

The Stockton Ports congratulate Max Schrock on becoming the 300th former player from the Stockton franchise to make his Major League debut. Schrock had a brief stay with the Ports during the 2016 season, appearing in just two games. Schrock made his debut on August 15th with the St. Louis

John Nogowski, former Stockton Port, makes Major League Debut 

August 18, 2020

The Stockton Ports send their congratulations to former Port John Nogowski on making his Major League debut. Nogowski played parts of two seasons with the Ports in 2015 and 2016. Nogowski, a first baseman, was drafted by the Athletics in the 34th round in 2014. He batted .274 in 96

2019 Stockton Port, James Kaprielian, makes Major League Debut 

August 18, 2020

The Stockton Ports would like to congratulate 2019 Ports pitcher James Kaprielian on making his Major League debut. Kaprielian, a former 1st round pick by the New York Yankees, was a member of the 2019 Stockton Ports. He made 10 starts for the Ports going 2-2 with a 4.46 ERA.

A’s Recall RHP James Kaprielian from Alternate Site

August 5, 2020

A’s Place RHP Jordan Weems on 10-day Injured List; Recall RHP James Kaprielian from Alternate Site OAKLAND, Calif. – ­­­­The Oakland A’s placed right-handed pitcher Jordan Weems on the 10-day injured list retroactive to Aug. 1 with a strained right latissimus dorsi and recalled right-handed pitcher James Kaprielian from their

Kyle Finnegan, former Stockton Ports pitcher, makes Major League Debut

August 5, 2020

The Stockton Ports congratulate former pitcher Kyle Finnegan on making his Major League Debut with the Washington Nationals on July 25, 2020. Finnegan was a member of the 2015 and 2016 Stockton Ports teams. Finnegan made his debut coming out of the bullpen and tossed a scoreless 9th inning in

Brandon Bailey makes his Major League Debut

August 3, 2020

The Stockton Ports organization sends their congratulations to 2017 Stockton Ports pitcher Brandon Bailey on making his Major League Debut. Bailey debuted on July 26, 2020 for the Houston Astros. Bailey was drafted in the 6th round by the Oakland Athletics out of Gonzaga University. Bailey pitched at Banner Island

Charles Moulden, former Stockton Ports pitcher, passes away

July 31, 2020

The Stockton Ports are sad to learn about the passing of former Stockton Ports pitcher Charles Moulden. Charles was a starting pitcher on the 1965 and 1966 Stockton Ports team, totaling 21 wins across his two years on the mound. Charles Carroll Moulden, 75, of Shrewsbury, PA, was born on

Former Stockton Ports pitcher Bill Rogers passes away

July 31, 2020

The Stockton Ports are saddened by the passing of former pitcher Bill Rogers. Bill was born in York, Maine on December 11, 1944, and was a son of John and Florence (MacInnis) Downing and grew up in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Bill graduated from Portsmouth High School in 1963 and later

A's 60-man Player Pool Littered with Ports

July 25, 2020

Major League Baseball is almost here. Starting with two games on Thursday July 23 followed by a full slate of baseball on the 24th, including the A’s opener against the Angels, fans’ long wait for America’s National Pastime will finally come to an end. What has come to be known

Portside Pod: A's Fan Radio Part I and II

July 14, 2020

PART I The Cpl and Bauce Man from A's Fan Radio join the show for the first of a two-part conversation to talk about life without baseball, the history of their show and much more! Listen HERE or below!

Thirsty Thursday Mug Club!

July 6, 2020

Calling all beer lovers - the Mug Club is for you! There is nothing better than drinking a cold beer on a summer night at a ballpark, and with the Ports brand new Mug Club, fans can do just that! The Mug Club gives members a general admissions ticket to

Portside Pod: Episode 1 - Zack Bayrouty

July 6, 2020

The inaugural edition of The Official Podcast of the Stockton Ports features former Ports broadcaster Zack Bayrouty, who takes us on a walk down memory lane including some of his favorite moments during his 14 seasons at Banner Island Ballpark. Listen to full episode below!

"ASG That Never Was" Package

July 6, 2020

On what would have been the 2020 California League All-Star Game, the Ports released the "All-Star Game That Never Was" package! The "ASG That Never Was" package includes two giveaways that were supposed to be handed out to fans during the Ports Opening Weekend. There is a reversible blue and

Stockton Ports 2020 Season Shelved

June 30, 2020

STOCKON, CA – Major League Baseball (MLB) has informed Minor League Baseball (MiLB) that it will not be providing its affiliated Minor League teams with players for the 2020 season. As a result, there will not be a MiLB season including the California League. This marks the first year since

MLB Draft Prospect Outlook: Nick Loftin

June 9, 2020

We're one day away from learning where the next wave of MLB talent will be starting their professional career. The 2020 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft will be different for numerous reasons, it will be shortened to five rounds and be held virtually in its entirety. Teams have

MLB Draft Prospect Outlook: Jordan Westburg

June 4, 2020

We're less than a week away from the 2020 Major League Baseball First Player Draft. The 2020 edition of the MLB Draft will be decidedly different than previous years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as it will be shortened to five rounds and will be held remotely. It's also the

Stockton Ports Statistical Leaders

May 28, 2020

The Stockton Ports have a long, storied history. Dating back to 1941, the franchise has captured 11 California League championships and notable Major Leaguers such as Gary Sheffield, Don Baylor, Ben Sheets, and plenty others. As with any other franchise though, there are a few individual seasons in Ports history

Former Stockton Port Jerry Haines has Passed Away

May 26, 2020

The Stockton Ports organization is sad to acknowledge to the passing of former player Jerry Haines at the age of 92. Haines was born in nearby Oakland, CA, but grew up and attended school in Stockton. During his time in college, Haines excelled at both basketball and baseball for the

5 O'Clock Dock: An Alternate Logo and Pride of Stockton

May 21, 2020

For decades, the identity of Stockton’s professional baseball club has been representative of what makes the city special. In 1946, after spending its inaugural season of 1941 as the Fliers, the club adopted the nickname “Ports” as an obvious nod to the city’s massive seaport, the biggest inland port in

MLB Draft Prospect Outlook: Austin Wells

May 29, 2020

The 2020 Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft is rapidly approaching. Without any official baseball games up to this point in the calendar year, the 2020 Draft is the first notable event of the baseball calendar since teams initially reported to spring training in February. Coming off their third