Stoves heat two Travs’ factions

Posted: February 1, 2013 at 4 a.m.

Russ Meeks, president of the Travelers executive committee, says he’s hearing mostly positive feedback on the minor-league baseball team’s new management team.

More than 200 people filed into the Embassy Suites in west Little Rock on Thursday night and sipped beer and cocktails while waiting to listen to members of the Los Angeles Angels front office, the new manager of the Arkansas Travelers and a former New York Yankees great.

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