Tim Epling, manager of the West Virginia Miners and owner of Upper Deck Training Center, left, and Seth McClung, a Greenbrier East graduate and former Major League Baseball pitcher, watch as Cameron Lilly, 12, makes a throw during a clinic Saturday in Beckley. McClung teamed up with Epling and Upper Deck for two days of baseball camps for coaches and players ages 10-18.
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Epling already having a busy week for Miners
At this point a year ago, Sam Lewis was the only player on the West Virginia Miners roster to have reported to Beckley. All he did was pitch two no-hitters, and the Miners won the 2012 Prospect League championship.
Beckley Newspapers Memorial Golf Classic to honor Holland
Andy Holland won’t be on the golf course when the 33rd Beckley Newspapers Memorial Golf Classic begins this July, but that doesn’t mean his presence won’t be felt.
King’s Warriors take down Chaos 3-1
Southern West Virginia King’s Warriors head coach Scott Reitnour had a busy day Saturday.
Moore chases Wallace to the flag
Although the threat of rain kept some fans away, NASCAR star Kenny Wallace thrilled a still-solid crowd with a solid performance Friday night at Beckley Motorsports Park.
Gauley Bridge alum bringing pro wrestling back home
As a boy growing up in 1980s Fayette County, Chris Hughes loved wrestling. He had his favorite stars, from The Road Warriors to the Steiner Brothers, whom he watched every Saturday evening on TV, and he also attended any local show he could get to.
State Cup brings best travel teams to Beckley
The fields are dry, the competition is high and there’s plenty of footie to be found.
King’s Warriors begin ‘road to amazing’ at home tonight
For many coaches in their second season, the goal is to improve on the results of the year prior.
Justice hopeful of Mickelson’s return
While speaking at a banquet at TPC Sawgrass in Florida for a Birdies for the Brave event he hosted with his wife, Kathy, and Phil and Amy Mickelson this winter, Greenbrier owner Jim Justice joked with golf’s most famous left-hander about his struggles the last two years at The Greenbrier Classic.
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