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Eight home games is all that remains for the Durham Bulls in the 2016 season. After going 2-3 on their most recent road trip, the Bulls return home for a 6 game homestand that will feature two first place teams, the IL South leading Gwinnett Braves and IL West leading Columbus Clippers. The Bulls began […]
Alyssa Lang of First Coast News ABC WTLV/WJXX Jacksonville talks with Rick about Jaguars Football
Atlanta Braves catcher AJ Pierzynski (hamstring) went 2-3 catching five innings for the Rookie Level Gulf Coast League Braves on Monday. After the game Pierznski said that he was returning to Atlanta on Tuesday. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)
The Lakeland Flying Tigers game against the Dunedin Blue Jays in Dunedin was called because of either rain on the horizian or wet grounds depending on who you believe. The photo taken around 4:10 PM prior to the scheduled 5 PM game shows the tarp less than half way across the infield leaving most of the […]
Brad May takes the Clyde Hart Memorial at New Smyrna Speedway Friday night. The race was the make-up from the rained out July Race. (RODNEY MEYERING PHOTOS) (Above) Bobby Good running just ahead of Rocket Sports & Entertainment Network’s favorite Stephen Nasse. RESULTS (Above), Team owner Bobby Sears and Brad May
Jose Nova (left), went five shutout innings in the GCL Blue Jays 4-2 loss to the Yankees West squad. Nova allowed two hits while walking one and striking out four.
RHP Alec Asher made his second rehab start for the Rookie Level Phillies at the Carpenter Complex on Friday. Asher, who was suspended 80-games for PED’s threw two no hit innings walking one, struck out one and hit a batter throwing 28 pitches. Acquired in the Cole Hamels trade in 2015 Asher is 3-0 with […]
Atlanta Braves catcher AJ Pierzynski (left hamstring) started his rehab assignment with the Rookie Class GCL Braves on Thursday. On the 15-day DL Pierzynski went 1-3 with a walk and strike out vs the Tigers East squad in Lakeland. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)
Toronto Blue Jays right fielder Jose Bautista (left knee) homered during live BP on Wednesday morning. The ball landed on top of the headquarters building at the Mattick Complex close to 400-feet away. It’s still unknown when Bautista with start a rehab assignment in Dunedin.
Baltimore Orioles reliever Brian Duensing (left) threw a shutout inning for the GCL Orioles during his first rehab game. Duensing, who had elbow surgery to remove bone chips about two months ago, allowed one hit and struck out one.