In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier analyzes the deal on October 8 between the Farg0-Moorhead RedHawks, the Lincoln Saltdogs, and the Sussex County Miners. The RedHawks acquired Jayce Ray while the Saltdogs brought in Jake Vieth.
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier continues catching up on big trades from around the American Association. In today’s edition, he focuses on the three team trade between the Lincoln Saltdogs and Cleburne Railroaders in the American Association and the Sussex County Miners in the Can-Am. This deal included six players, including Zach Nehrir, Tyler Kane, Austin Boyle, Trevor Sealey, Edward Cruz, and James Campbell.
American Association Daily provides insights and features on the American Association of Professional Baseball League, as well as player and coaching profiles and transactions going on with teams around the league. In today’s edition, Robert Pannier examines the seven trades that Sussex County has made with American League teams over the last 50 days and how that will impact all teams involved.
American Association Daily provides insights and features on the American Association of Professional Baseball League, as well as player and coaching profiles and transactions going on with teams around the league. In today’s edition, the Salina Stockade were a one season addition to the American Association, but they are resurrected as they take their road show to the Can-Am League to play 18 games this season.
The American Association combined with the Can-Am League in Tuesday night’s All-Star Game, and the St. Paul Saints were well represented in the contest as 11-game winner Mark Hamburger picked up the win in the contest. However it was the Winnipeg Goldeyes David Rohm who stole the show, winning the MVP honors with a 2-4 […]
With six of the seven competitors hitting more homeruns than him this season, it seemed like the odds were decidedly against Lincoln Saltdogs slugger Curt Smith to win the American Association Homerun Derby. Clearly, Curt Smith doesn’t care about odds. The slugger dominated the contest from the very first round on his way to winning […]
If a club was ever looking for a tune-up that showed they were ready for the playoffs, the St. Paul Saints got just that as they clubbed out 17-hits in an 11-2 victory over the New Jersey Jackals early Monday afternoon. The lineup featured only a few of the players that are expected to start […]
It took the St. Paul Saints 97 games into the 2015 American Association season to have their first walk-off win at CHS Field. Now for the second time in three nights the club has performed the feat, this time Anthony Phillips delivering the winning hit over a drawn in infield to give the club the […]
With the Wichita Wingnuts crossing the border to play a little international baseball with the Quebec Capitales, it was only fitting that the game should take on even more of an international flavor with an 11-inning contest that required the new extra inning rule to decide it. Unfortunately for the Wingnuts, the Quebec Capitales were […]
Jon Link gets hurt and goes down. Omar Bencomo is picked up by the Minnesota Twins organization. The Wichita Wingnuts are out on the East Coast and need someone to come in and give them a couple of starts while they are 1300 miles away from home. Manager Kevin Hooper calls on a guy in […]
Since joining the Wichita Wingnuts, Leo Vargas is not a name that is mentioned very often. Through his first 27 games with the club, the Wingnuts infielder was hitting just .197 and had 3 RBI. It was a fairly inauspicious start to say the least. Manager Kevin Hooper has held the greatest of confidence in […]
The task was a daunting on Monday night, as the Ottawa Champions were matched up against Wichita Wingnuts ace Tim Brown. After falling the two previous nights, the home club used a pair of three-run innings to back the outstanding outing of Anthony Werner in a 6-1 victory. Neither team was able to score in […]
With Jon Link and Jason Van Skike hurting, manager Kevin Hooper has had to lean on others in his rotation to deliver big innings for him. On Sunday, Scott Richmond, proved to be golden, throwing seven outstanding innings as the Wichita Wingnuts won 5-3 over the Ottawa Champions to move to 4-1 on their road […]
Nearly 1400 miles away from home, the Wichita Wingnuts were looking for a starter to help the roster during their 10-day road trip. The call went out to right-hander Eddie Medina to give them a quality outing that could keep the momentum rolling. Medina showed that he is a perfect fit at Wingnuts University, allowing […]
After splitting the first two games of their series, the Wichita Wingnuts got eight outstanding innings out of left-hander Omar Bencomo to beat the New Jersey Jackals 3-1. That gave the Wingnuts a 2-1 record in the first three games of their Northeast swing, as they now head north into Canada for the next seven […]
On Wesnesday night, the New Jersey Jackals watched their starter dominate the Wichita Wingnuts only to see the game fall apart in the ninth inning. This was not happening on this night, however. The Jackals got six outstanding innings from Anthony Claggett and three relievers pitched perfect innings to give the home team a 4-1 victory. […]
The Wichita Wingnuts find themselves on their longest road trip of the season, forced to vacate Lawrence-Dumont Stadium. After playing four in Laredo just prior to the All-Star break, the club headed east to begin 10 games against Can-Am League teams. Wednesday they opened with the New Jersey Jackals, and thanks to a four-run ninth […]
Fourteen in a row is pretty amazing. That is how many consecutive series the St. Paul Saints have won to start the 2015 American Association season after taking three of four games from the Ottawa Champions. This night it was 5-3 victory that kept another impressive run alive. Starter Jeff Shields remained undefeated, winning all […]
On a night where Kramer Sneed struggled a bit early, the left-hander needed to lean on his hitters to give him a boost, and right fielder Angelo Songco was more than happy to oblige. Songco went 4-4, including a huge two-run home run, leading the St. Paul Saints to a 7-5 victory over the Ottawa […]
Keeping the St. Paul Saints from scoring in bunches has been quite an undertaking for opponents for most this season, but the Ottawa Champions Drew Cisco found a way to do it Tuesday night. The right-hander kept the Saints from seizing upon their opportunities, combining with three relievers to hold the home team to one […]
St. Paul Saints starter Robert Coe had struggled at the new CHS Field so far this season. The right-hander had been dominant on the road, posting an ERA below two, while his ERA at home was over twice as much. Coe struggled a bit early on against the Ottawa Champions, but showed he’s a true […]
Week in Review, June 19-25 Record: 2-4 Recap: The Trois-Rivieres Aigles have found themselves playing a lot of international baseball this week. The club finished their three-game set with the Grand Prairie AirHogs in Texas last weekend, then returned home to play the traveling Japanese All-Star team, before beginning a four-game stretch with the Kansas […]
Week in Review, June 12-18 The Trois-Rivieres Aigles get a two-week break from the Can-Am League rivals, and began a stretch against American Association clubs and the traveling Shikoku Island All-Star team. The Aigles lost the first two of these series, dropping three of four to Amarillo and two of three to Laredo, but a […]
Week in Review It was a tough end to the week for the New Jersey Jackals, as the club has dropped five straight games. They began by winning two of three from the visiting Shikoku Island All-Star team, but then were swept on the road at Quebec before returning home to fall to Ottawa Thursday […]
Week in Review A 4-2 week for the Ottawa Champions moves the club just 4.5 games out of first place in their first season in the Can-Am League. The Champions began the week 1-2, but then won the last three, tying the franchise for record for consecutive wins. Friday’s game against Sussex County was postponed […]
Week in Review A five-game win streak has moved the Quebec Capitales into first place in the Can-Am League. A 6-1 record has them seven-games over .500 and 1.5 games ahead of Rockland. Quebec took three of four from Rockland last weekend. After an 8-3 win Thursday night, the Capitales played three straight one-run games […]
Robert Pannier of the Minor League Sports Report reviews the June 12-18 games of the Rockland Boulders of the Can-Am League. The club was 3-4 in that span.
Week in Review It’s the non-United States teams doing in the Sussex County Miners over the last week. The club closed out their series against the Ottawa Champions, splitting the final two games, then came home to lose two of three to the Shikoku Island All-Stars before welcoming Quebec Thursday night, another loss for the […]
If a cat has nine lives then the Gary Southshore RailCats next two opponents better be careful, because the club is looking to make it to nine straight wins. Ok, maybe wins don’t equate to lives, but at the way the club is playing they are establishing that the American Association team knows how to […]
They say that a cat has nine lives, but the Gary Southshore RailCats proved that these cats just need eight innings – eight innings to rally to beat the Quebec Capitales that is. The Can-Am League team jumped out to a 5-0 lead, before the RailCats were able to mount an amazing rally that saw […]