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Sentences forTommy Baldwin Racing
- At the end of the season at Homestead, McDowell drove the No. 59 Chevrolet after CSLFR purchased a charter from the closing Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- In 2017, Yeley returned to the No. 14 of TriStar for the full season and a part-time schedule in the No. 7 for Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- Tommy Baldwin Racing would field the No. 37 car with Accell Construction as the sponsor for Labonte at Indianapolis.
- The team used the owner's points and equipment of Tommy Baldwin Racing's former No. 36 team, sold to Robinson at the beginning of the year.
- Halfway through the season, Yeley moved to Max Q Motorsports to drive the No. 37 in a partnership with Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- He also competed several races with Tommy Baldwin Racing in the No. 36 Toyota Camry.
- Before the weekend, the team acquired a charter from the No. 7 team of Tommy Baldwin Racing, which guaranteed the No. 59 a spot in the race.
- The No. 7 was taken by Dave Blaney of Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- Smith returned to the Cup Series in 2016, driving the No. 7 for Tommy Baldwin Racing, a few hours after Alex Bowman was released from the ride.
- In 2017, Sadler returned to the Cup Series part-time with Tommy Baldwin Racing, driving the No. 7 in the Daytona 500.
- Tommy Baldwin Racing leased the No. 98 at New Hampshire in the fall, fielding Ryan Preece.
- In February 2014, Sorenson announced that he would be running his first full Sprint Cup Series schedule since 2009, driving the No. 36 Chevrolet for Tommy Baldwin Racing, replacing J. J. Yeley.
- 74/77 Camaro for Spire Motorsports, and the No. 7 Camaro for Tommy Baldwin Racing.
- On April 27, Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Blaney and the No. 36 team would be sponsored by Golden Corral for 19 races and Big Red / All Sport for 5 races leaving only 3 races without a sponsor.
- Skinner drove in five Cup Series races in 2009, three races in Tommy Baldwin Racing's No. 36 car that year and one race in the No. 70 Chevrolet Impala SS for TRG Motorsports.
- In 2011, he drove for Tommy Baldwin Racing in the Sprint Cup Series, alternating between the Nos.
- Dillon took over for Regan Smith in the No. 7 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevy at the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 400 as Smith flew back to North Carolina to await the birth of his child.
- In addition, Blaney signed with Tommy Baldwin Racing to compete in six NASCAR Nationwide Series races, driving the No. 36 SealWrap-sponsored Chevrolet, starting at Richmond International Raceway in April.
- On December 3, 2009, it was announced that Bliss would return to the Sprint Cup Series full-time driving for Tommy Baldwin Racing in the No. 36 Wave Energy Drink Chevrolet Impala for the 2010 season.
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