Among the returning players on the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs roster who will take the field this weekend in their home opener are four players who attained Atlantic League All-Star status last season and are looking forward to duplicating their performances this summer.

Since the club’s first pitch April 25, 2008, Southern Maryland Blue Crabs baseball has become a tradition in the community, particularly when this time of the year comes around.

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs are gearing up for its 10th anniversary season and are rolling out the red carpet for the local area to come out and enjoy the many promotional activities that are sure to engage the whole family.

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs are gearing up for its 10th anniversary season and are rolling out the red carpet for the local area to come out and enjoy the many promotional activities that are sure to engage the whole family.

After a year away from the game, John Harris was ready to return to baseball and he’ll do just that when the recently hired Southern Maryland Blue Crabs manager steps on the Regency Furniture Stadium field April 20.

Now that the weather is warming up there is no doubt excitement is in the air for all the fun spring and summer activities that will soon take place.

Nearly a decade after he spent one season as the pitching coach for the Lancaster Barnstormers, Bill Bliss admitted that the main drawing card for taking the same position this season with the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs was the countless bus trips he partook with that team.