[RiverDogs Notebook] Ben Ruta Likely Lost For Season, Florial & Gilliam Pacing Offense

The Charleston RiverDogs have sprinted out to a 20-9 record in the second half of the season. They currently hold a half game lead over the Asheville Tourists in the Southern Division race.

They’ve lost a couple of key parts of their team, but have continued to play well.

Blake Rutherford was part … [visit site to read more]

RiverDogs Bounce Back For 3-2 Win Over Lakewood

The Charleston RiverDogs defeated the Lakewood BlueClaws 3-2 to snap a two game losing streak at Joe Riley Park Sunday evening.

The RiverDogs broke out on top in the bottom of the first against BlueClaws starter Nick Fanti. Fanti, who had no hit the Dogs in Lakewood on July 17, walked visit site to read more]

Stephan, Krill Lift Staten Island Past Lowell

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – After taking two out of three games from the Hudson Valley Renegades to open their homestand, the Staten Island Yankees began a three-game set against the Lowell Spinners on Sunday with a 4-1 victory behind a stellar relief effort from Trevor Stephan and the hitting of Ryan Krill.

For five … [visit site to read more]

Thunder Bolster Line-Up With Addition of McBroom in Refsnyder Trade

When the visiting New Hampshire Fisher Cats board the bus in Trenton on Sunday night and head home to face the Portland Sea Dogs on Monday, their team leader in homers (12) and RBI (54), Ryan McBroom will stay behind with his new team, the Thunder.

Staten Island Takes Series From Hudson Valley

STATEN ISLAND – The Yankees are on a winning streak again.

One night after snapping their season-long three-game losing streak, the Staten Island Yankees won their second straight – defeating the Hudson Valley Renegades 2-0 at home on Saturday night.

The win also clinched the series victory for the Yankees – improving their record in series’ on the season to 7-1-3.

“It’s a fun thing when you’re winning,” said Staten Island Manager Julio Mosquera. “That was a great … [visit site to read more]

RiverDogs Drop Series Opener To Lakewood

CHARLESTON — The Charleston RiverDogs dropped the series opener against the Lakewood BlueClaws by the score of 5-2 Saturday at Joe Riley Park. Adonis Medina shut down the Dogs to improve to 4-6 on the season while Rony Garcia took the loss to fall to 0-1.

Garcia found trouble in the first when Daniel Brito lined a double to the right-center field gap to lead off the game. Garcia issued a walk to Arquimedes Gamboa to place runners at first and second. After Mickey Moniak flew out to third … [visit site to read more]

New York Yankees Should Avoid Further Trades as Deadline Approaches

With the July 31st MLB Trade Deadline quickly approaching, the New York Yankees already made a blockbuster seven-player swap with the Chicago White Sox that saw Todd Frazier, visit site to read more]

RiverDogs Drop Series Finale To Hagerstown 4-2

The Charleston RiverDogs offense was shut down Friday night in a 4-2 loss to the Hagerstown Suns at Joe Riley Park. Weston Davis came into the game with a 13.50 ERA, but lowered it considerably during his start.

Hagerstown jumped out on top in the first inning off Nick Nelson (L, 1-7). Nelson issued a walk to lead off hitter Blake Perkins. Aldrem Corredor laid down a sacrifice bunt to move Perkins to second. Nelson walked Daniel Johnson to put runners at first and second. Jake Noll … [visit site to read more]

Staten Island Losing Streak Comes To A Hault

STATEN ISLAND – The losing streak is over.

The Staten Island Yankees entered Friday night’s matchup with the Hudson Valley Renegades on a season-high three-game losing streak. But thanks to three longballs, and five shutout innings from the bullpen, the Yankees were able to end their skid with a critical 5-2 victory.

“The last couple of days were definitely a wake-up call,” said Staten Island Manager Julio Mosquera. “But, I think they learned from last night and learned from the … [visit site to read more]

RailRiders Win Battle of Prospects in Style

The Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees have two of the most talked about farm systems in the entire MLB. Both teams had some of that talent on display Friday night at PNC Field. The RailRiders, taking on the Charlotte Knights, were the team to pull out the 2-1 victory thanks to a walk off single by Mike Ford.

The RailRiders sent out Chance Adams, the Yankees #6 prospect, and he would face off against the White Sox #7 prospect, Reynaldo Lopez. They wouldn’t disappoint as they both came … [visit site to read more]