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Hudson Valley Renegades Score Big Win with Yankees

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The Hudson Valley Renegades and Yankees confirmed their new partnership on November 7. The Yankees released a statement confirming the Renegades will be the organization’s new high Single-A level minor league team.

“The Renegades are thrilled to partner with the 27-time New York Yankees and look forward to seeing many top prospects play at The Dutch for years to come,’’ said Jeff Goldklang, President of the Goldklang Group, which owns the Renegades.  To affiliate with them, in the shadow of Yankee Stadium in beautiful Hudson Valley, is a dream come true for so many of our fans.  We can’t wait for the first pitch in 2021!”

“Restructuring our minor league affiliations — especially with the additions of Somerset and Hudson Valley — gives us greater continuity to streamline and improve the development of our minor league system,” said Yankees Senior Vice President and General Manager Brian Cashman. “The relationships we have formed with all of our teams will allow for a more consistent application of training with similarly aligned facilities in terms of structure, quality and ease of travel. We are confident that these changes will greatly benefit our players and Yankees fans for many years to come.”.

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro congratulated the Renegades saying the new affiliation was tremendous news for his county.  “Dutchess County is proud to join the long illustrious history of the New York Yankees as host of a minor league affiliate at our own Dutchess Stadium, beginning next season,’’ he said.

Marsha Gordon, President and CEO of the Business Council of Westchester, congratulated the Renegades on the good news.

“The Renegades affiliation with the Yankees is a major victory for the organization and the economy of this entire region,’’ said Gordon. “We are looking forward to having the New York Yankees right here in our very own backyard.’’

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