COMING SOON! STAR CHASERS RETURN TO FLAGSTAFF
Unfortunately, this is old news.
MAYBE "GOING, GOING GONE!" would be better
The Star Chasers will not return to Flagstaff this season. Due to a new policy regarding field rental fees initiated by the FUSD, the non-profit ball club will be moving to Prescott for of play this June, with Opening Night on June 6th, when they take on Arizona rivals, the Havasu Heat. There are a number of other changes with the club, including an upgraded schedule, a completely new coaching staff and a transformed roster.
The Prescott Baseball Club will have a challenging non-league schedule in 2023, with the San Diego Waves, OC Riptide of the California Collegiate League, Southern Nevada and the Ventura Pirates adding to the mix. Ventura, Southern Nevada and the Havasu Heat will all play home and away series with the Prescott nine, with the others making up several road trips for Prescott. In addition, the season will wrap up with the prestigious Utah Marshalls World Series in late July in Salt Lake City. The team is awaiting word on the finalized Pacific Coast Collegiate League schedule which will feature 10 home games and a similar number of Phoenix contests.
Due to family obligations, Coach Deutschman will not be returning as the skipper of the ball club. He will be replaced by Kevin Kimball and his staff (bios are on the Team page). The 2023 roster will be announced over the spring months and will include bios and pictures.
2022 Star Chasers Team
The Prescott Baseball Club is a summer collegiate baseball team, entering their second year of operation as an independent ballclub. Prescott will be playing a tougher schedule in 2023, featuring established teams from San Diego, Orange County (CA). Las Vegas, Utah and Arizona. The Prescott Baseball Club will be made up of players from throughout the country, Arizona and Flagstaff, including NCAA, NAIA, junior colleges and possibly 2023 HS graduates. The season will run from June 1st through the end of July.