Utility player Mitch Glasser and reliever Will LaMarche are returning to Sioux Falls for the 2019 season, the club announced Sunday. In addition to playing, Glasser will serve as the Canaries’ hitting coach for 2019. BACK AT THE BIRDCAGE Aquired by the Canaries in late June of last season, Glasser made an immediate impact for […]
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In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps tan exciting Memorial Day in American Association baseball, including a double-header sweep by the Lincoln Saltdogs, and the Texas AirHogs ending their 10 game losing streak in walk-off fashion.
American Association Daily will provide 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, Greg Tagert employed a strategy that helped to make the Gary Southshore RailCats American Association champs in 2013. Will lightning strike again in 2018?
Record: 26-37 Place: 2nd in the South Division (13 GB), 7th in the Wild Card (9.5 GB) Team Pitching (League Ranking Listed in Parenthesis): ERA: 3.96 (5), Strikeouts: 472 (4), WHIP: 1.35 (3) Team Batting (League Ranking Listed in Parenthesis): Average: .251 (9), Home Runs: 21 (12), Slugging: .336 (12), Stolen Bases: 62 (7) Cleburne Railroaders […]
A night after watching his teammates give up 10-runs to the St. Paul Saints, Santos Arias took the hill and had command of this game from the start. The Cleburne Railroaders starting pitcher allowed just 2-hits and a run while striking out 8 in the 2-1 victory over the Saints. Mitch Glasser drove in both […]
A night after the Cleburne Railroaders lost a heartbreaker in 15-innings, the team clubbed 17-hits and battered the St. Paul Saints pitching staff in the 15-1 victory. Patrick Mincey allowed just one-run in 7-innings of work, and Mitch Glasser set single-game highs with 5-hits and 4-RBI to lead the onslaught. This game got off to […]
It looked like the perfect storm Tuesday night. The Joplin Blasters entered Game 1 of their double-header against the Wichita Wingnuts on a 14-game losing streak, and the Wingnuts were the hottest team in the American Association, winners of nine of their last 10 games. Jon Link was on the hill, one of the hottest […]
The Joplin Blasters truly lived up to their name Tuesday night, setting franchise records for runs scored and hits in a 19-10 victory over the Wichita Wingnuts. This was a game that saw every Joplin player get at least two-hits and was led by Charlie Valerio who had four. Eight different players scored runs and […]