Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Biscuits end Southern League's longest-running dynasty

The Biscuits have stopped the Southern League's biggest dynasty.

Will Bowman was named the league's top visiting clubhouse attendant, snapping the four-year reign of Mississippi's Destin Smith.

Bowman, a Troy graduate and Greenville native, just finished his second season as Montgomery's visiting clubbie. He was also director of baseball operations while he was at Troy.

The visiting clubhouse award is voted on by the league's managers and umpires.

The Biscuits have had two previous winners: Scott Mauldin in 2004 and Matt Gallant in 2006.

The Pensacola Blue Wahoos on Wednesday won two more non-uniformed personnel awards.

Charles Leddon was named the trainer of the year, while Ray Sayre won groundskeeper of the year.
Leddon has spent seven years in the Cincinnati organization and two with the Wahoos. Sayre has also been in Pensacola for two years and his experience includes time with the Bowling Green Hot Rods.

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