Many were expecting a playoff atmosphere as the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks came to visit the St. Paul Saints, trailing by two games in the North Division. However, a five run fourth and four home runs in the game made this a blowout as the Saints went on to win, 10-1. Jake Matthys pitched his best game […]
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It has been about two weeks since the St. Paul Saints were in first place in the North Division, but they reclaimed a share of the division lead after Chris Nunn allowed just three-hits in six-innings in a 9-1 win over the Gary Southshore RailCats. The victory was the second in this four game series, […]
The Wichita Wingnuts were on the second day of their three week road trip, but found this day to be no better than the first, as left-hander Chris Nunn allowed just two runs over 6.1-innings as the St. Paul Saints downed the Wingnuts, 3-2. The victory gave the Saints a sweep of the two-game series, […]
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps an incredible night of baseball in the American Association, as there were just three games on the schedule. That included Josh Mazzola driving in six in a loss to the Sioux Falls Canaries, and Brady Shoemaker homering twice to help the Saints down the T-Bones.
It was a battle of two longtime friends on Thursday night, as the St. Paul Saints, led by manager George Tsamis, took on the Kansas City T-Bones, led by Joe Calfapietra. Round one went to the Saints, as Brady Shoemaker homered twice and drove in four runs in the 9-2 victory. That backed Chris Nunn […]
In American Association Daily, the Minor League Sports Report names their American Association Player and Pitcher of the Week for Week 6 as chosen by Robert Pannier and Kevin Luckow, with St. Paul Saints 1B Brady Shoemaker being named Player of the Week and Gary Southshore RailCats starter Daniel Minor earning top pitcher honors for the week.
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps an incredible night of baseball in the American Association, as there were only two games scheduled, but 36 runs were scored including a 15-9 victory by teh St. Paul Saints. Saints Pound Out 19 Hits in 15-9 Victory Whenever the Lincoln Saltdogs play you can be sure the […]
One inning proved to be pivotal for the Sioux Falls Canaries as a three-run homer by Chris Grayson in a four-run fifth helped power the Canaries to a 5-3 victory over the St. Paul Saints. That ruined an otherwise brilliant start by Eddie Medina, who was outdueled by Saints archnemesis Joe Bircher. Brady Shoemaker hit […]
After taking three of four from the Texas AirHogs, the St. Paul Saints traveled an hour south to begin a three game set against the Cleburne Railroaders. After three straight extra inning contests, the Saints were in a quality start from Vinny Nittoli, and he gave them just that, tossing six outstanding innings in the […]
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps tan exciting Memorial Day in American Association baseball, including the Sioux City Explorers and the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks winning in walk-off fashion, and the Wichita Wingnuts and Cleburne Railroaders locked in a great pitcher’s duel.
The St. Paul Saints found themselves trailing 5-1 through two frames on Monday night, but remained resilient, battling back to down the Texas AirHogs, 11-6. Brady Shoemaker had 4-hits and 2-RBI and Kes Carter drove in three to lead St. Paul to their seventh win of the season. The Saints bullpen tossed 4.2-innings of shutout […]
A night after driving in three runs, St. Paul Saints slugger Brady Shoemaker delivered an RBI single in the 11th inning giving the Saints a 4-3 victory over the Gary Soutshore RailCats. Richard Prigatano led St. Paul offense with 3-hits and 2-runs scored, and Ryan Boelter earned his first victory of the season with two […]
In American Association Daily, we recap the exciting games around the American Association with a feature on the Chicago Dogs winning the first game in franchise history. The Sioux City Explorers pounded out 17-hits and 14-runs against the Lincoln Saltdogs, and the Cleburne Railroaders got a homer and 2-RBI from Patrick Palmeiro, as they defeated the Winnipeg Goldeyes for the second straight night.
The St. Paul Saints had to be thinking it was going to be a repeat of Friday night’s 10-5 loss to the Gary Southshore RailCats when they gave up three runs in the first, but that would be all the runs they would allow, as the Saints scored eight unanswered runs to even their record […]
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, we look at the infield that St. Paul Saints Manager George Tsamis has already put together, which may be the best defensively in the American Association.
American Association hitters have long been perplexed by veteran right-handers Tim Brown and Mark Hamburger, and that proved to be the case on Wednesday night as well as the two squared off in a battle of two of the most successful pitchers in the history of the league. Brown pitched an excellent game for the […]
The Sioux City Explorers returned to St. Paul on Wednesday night, with both teams riding three-game win streaks. These two teams had already played each other nine times entering the contest, with the Explorers leading the season series 5-4. These have been tightly contested games and the mid-week battle was no different as the Saints […]
Since the loss of Seth Rosin and Caleb Thielbar, the St. Paul Saints have been looking for the rest of the bullpen to take charge. Saturday night that is exactly what they did as Vinny Nittoli, Ken Frosch, and Brandon Peterson combined to toss 3.2 scoreless innings of relief in the 5-3 victory over the […]
As the weather has been warming up, so has the heart of the St. Paul Saints batting order. Friday night that was the case as well, as Brady Shoemaker, Anthony Gallas, and Tony Thomas each homered and combined to go 6-10 with 9-runs scored and 6-RBI in the 13-7 victory over the Winnipeg Goldeyes. Jason […]
With one game separating the Winnipeg Goldeyes and the St. Paul Saints, Sunday afternoon’s game had a playoff atmosphere. The game did not disappoint, as the Saints jumped out to a 6-2 lead before Winnipeg tied it up. St. Paul would retake the lead in the sixth and go on to win 7-6. The top […]
Benjamin Franklin once said that the only inevitable things in life are death and taxes. However, St. Paul Saints starter Mark Hamburger may be proving that his ability to go at least seven innings every time he takes the mound is one additional inevitability that the team is sure it can count on. That proved […]