On Tuesday night, the St. Paul Saints were only able to hold the Kansas City T-Bones off the scoreboard in three innings, as their pitching staff was pounded for 11 runs and 20 hits. On Wednesday night, Eddie Medina accomplished that feat in just three innings as he dominated Kansas City by allowing three hits […]
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For eight innings Tuesday night, the St. Paul Saints offense looked dormant as they were held to no runs on four hits. However, they would come alive in the ninth, thanks to two home runs, to down the Winnipeg Goldeyes, 3-2. The victory, coupled with a Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks loss, clinched a playoff spot for the […]
Friday night proved to be a banner day all the way around for the St. Paul Saints, as they not only defeated the Chicago Dogs, 10-3, but saw the Gary Southshore RailCats nearly get no-hit by the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, increasing their lead in the North Division to two games. The victory, coupled with the RailCats […]
It had been two seasons since the St. Paul Saints had hit a grand slam, and Zach Walters found the most opportune time to break the drought, drilling his 10th homer of the year to give the Saints an 8-4 victory over the Sioux Falls Canaries. The victory put St. Paul ahead of the idle […]
It was an opening night of sorts for the St. Paul Saints. Trevor Foss was making his first appearance since joining St. Paul and Zach Walters just arrived after being acquired from the Kansas City T-Bones. Both played a significant role as St. Paul staved off a feverish comeback to down the Cleburne Railroaders, 5-4. […]
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 trade that sent Zach Walters from the Kansas City T-Bones to the St. Paul Saints for Noah Perio, Jr.
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps an incredible night of baseball in the American Association, as there were just six games. Sioux Falls Canaries starter Cesilio Pimentel became the latest to flirt with a no-hitter, and the Explorers and T-Bones both extended winning streaks.
In American Association Daily, the Minor League Sports Report names their American Association Player and Pitcher of the Week for Week 5 as chosen by Robert Pannier and Kevin Luckow, with Kansas City T-Bones infielder Zach Walters being named Player of the Week and Wichita Wingnuts starter Charlie Gillies selected as Pitcher of the Week.
n American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps an incredible night of baseball in the American Association, as there were four games on Thursday night. That included the Sioux Falls Canaries rallying to down the Chicago Dogs and Cesar Valera homering in his second game since coming off the DL.
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier recaps the exciting games around the American Association from Friday, including the Kansas City T-Bones ruining the Chicago Dogs opener with six runs in the ninth and Eddie Medina tossing seven shutout innings as the St. Paul Saints won their sixth straight.
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, we examine the Jersey effect on the Kansas City T-Bones, as Manager Joe Calfapietra brings in former Jackals to make his new team a real threat in the South Division.
The St. Paul Saints had been on a roll entering Kansas City, but the T-Bones have been anything but gracious hosts, downing the visitors for the second straight night, 8-5. Zach Walters proved to be quite ungracious on this night, driving in four and wrapping out to hits, including his fifth home run of the […]
It was National Hamburger Day on Sunday and, fittingly, the St. Paul Saints sent ace Mark Hamburger to the hill. However, Zach Walters ruined the day with a three-run homer in the third, and four Kansas City T-Bones relievers blanked the Saints over the final 4.2-innings to give Kansas City the 5-2 victory. Hamburger blanked […]