MILB

AcronymDefinition
MILBMillbrook Press, Inc. (stock symbol)
MiLBMinor League Baseball (website)
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In addition, the syndication agreement also includes archived content, long-form original programming and global rights for the distribution of MiLB short-form digital video content.
The Monterrey Sultans of the Mexican League led all MiLB clubs in average crowd (11,145) this season forthe second straight year.
The purpose of this case study is to examine the highly-publicized naming of Richmond's new MiLB team in light of existing brand management theory as well as to learn more about the challenges of creating a new team brand.
Now through September 1, fans will have a chance to vote online for the Triple-A position players and pitchers whom they believe have the brightest futures, with winners announced on MiLB.
The ALS Association has been the official charity partner of MiLB for more than a decade, and many of The Association's chapters are coordinating with their local teams to promote the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge at games this summer.
MiLB celebrated its centennial season in 2001 with a year-long celebration.
We look forward to meeting with other MiLB sponsors, many of which are in the distribution, delivery and service industries, and have fleets on the roads every day, to show how they can maximize their efficiencies and increase overall productivity.
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Professional teams including 25 of 30 MLB facilities as well as a growing number of MiLB stadiums all over the country (Hiestand, 2004; Dactronics.
We look at our new relationship with ASN as yet another way to expand the reach of Minor League Baseball beyond the ballpark," said Michael Hand, Minor League Baseball CMO and President, MiLB Enterprises.
Based on data collected over the past year (see the complete history of drug suspensions in MLB and MiLB (http://bizofbaseball.
In a sign that not only Major League Baseball, but Minor League Baseball is seeing an attendance increase from last year, MiLB announced today that its 176 clubs in 15 leagues drew 9,221,023 fans in July, bringing the season total to 31,567,709 through last month.