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Hot Stove League event slated

RALEIGH -- The 65th Annual Raleigh Hot Stove League Baseball Banquet will be held Jan. 27 at the McKimmon Center on the campus of North Carolina State University.

Festivities will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed by a dinner at 6 p.m.

Pat O'Conner, the President of Minor League Baseball, will serve as the guest speaker.

Among the honorees will be Major League standouts Madison Bumgarner (World Series MVP for the San Francisco Giants) and Kyle Seager (outstanding infielder for the Seattle Mariners).

Other honorees will be Joe Kremer (Carolina Mudcats), Charlie Montoyo (Durham Bulls), Trea Turner (NC State and current Washington Nationals' farmhand), Connor Baldy (Sanderson High School), Billy Best (Atlanta Braves organization) and Bob Sutton of the Burlington Times-News.

Individual tickets are $35 per person. Cost for a table of eight is $350.

Tickets are available at Five County Stadium in Zebulon, the Durham Bulls Ticket Office and Johnson-Lambe Sporting Goods Company, which is located at Cameron Village in Raleigh.

For more information, call (919) 264-5124.


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