AA Riverdogs 12 — Sand Gnats 2: In his pitching debut, the Riverdogs’ Nicholas Hutzell had a successful outing in a game played on May 31. The Riverdogs defense provided help throughout the night, with catchers Matt Nicholson and Mike Savory each tagging out runners at home on attempted […]
A Raptors 18 – Express 7: Sluggers Charlie Gartner and Peter McComb helped the Raptors take a first-inning lead over the Express, which they never relinquished May 5. Ryan Barrett drove in two runs with a double in the third, coming around to score on a double by Nick […]
If this winter feels warmer to you, there’s no need to blame global warming or El Nino. Instead the cause may lie in Nashville’s Opryland Hotel, where baseball’s so called “Hot Stove” is ablaze and the trade winds are fanning the flames to every major leage market.
A Red Wings v. Bulls — One team arrived at the field June 1st undefeated and the other showed up undermanned. But for three innings it wasn’t clear which team was which as the Bulls, minus three key players, took everything the unbeaten Red Wings could throw at them and delivered some […]
One game in and the Nationals are already exceeding expectations. Coming into the 2007 season, baseball types all across America thought the Nationals pitching was going to be bad, what with the four rotation spots after ace John Patterson offered up to anyone with at least one working arm and […]