Fresno Grizzlies managing general partner Chris Cummings, left, raises his arm in celebration during a City Hall ceremony with team staff and mascot Parker honoring the team’s Pacific Coast League and Triple-A championships. Cummings and his partners at Fresno Baseball Club have been trying to sell the team for almost two years.
Fresno Grizzlies managing general partner Chris Cummings, left, raises his arm in celebration during a City Hall ceremony with team staff and mascot Parker honoring the team’s Pacific Coast League and Triple-A championships. Cummings and his partners at Fresno Baseball Club have been trying to sell the team for almost two years. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com
Fresno Grizzlies managing general partner Chris Cummings, left, raises his arm in celebration during a City Hall ceremony with team staff and mascot Parker honoring the team’s Pacific Coast League and Triple-A championships. Cummings and his partners at Fresno Baseball Club have been trying to sell the team for almost two years. John Walker jwalker@fresnobee.com

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