We caught up with general manager Danny Tetzlaff who talked about the experience these players will have over the next 66 days.
"They learn about riding a bus, they learn about playing everyday, you know you can't get too high you can't get too low, they gotta use a wooden bat instead of an aluminum bat. The level of the competition will be pretty strong because it's the better players from the college teams around so we pick and choose whose on this team and we pick players that will help us win," said Tetzlaff.
The Pippins season runs through mid-August.
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