Rome Braves Vice President and General Manager Jim Bishop gave the Exchange Club of Rome an inside look at minor league baseball at a recent meeting. He educated the club on the whole concept of the various levels that major league clubs use for training their future standouts starting with locations like Rome. The young players utilize the expertise of the Rome Braves staff in developing their skills which allow them to start their move up the career ladder as professional baseball players. He explained the Rome roster is constantly shifting as players develop and move up to another team in the Braves organization, or move down for more intensive training. It was a HOME RUN program!
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