ValleyCats to Host All-Star Game in 2017
The Tri-City ValleyCare are used to having a big presence at the New York Penn-League all-star games, and in 2017, they'll be the hosts of the party.
The 'Cats sent three players to the game this week at Dutchess Stadium in Wappingers Falls including catcher Chuckie Robinson, who we spoke t…
ValleyCats’ Robinson Heading to NYPL All-Star Game [AUDIO]
The Tri-City ValleyCats continue to be well-within striking distance of the Stedler Division of the New York-Penn League and are seeking to another playoff berth this year.
The 'Cats won the NYPL title in 2013 and advanced to the championship series in 2014 as well, losing to the State College S…
Former ‘Cat Makes History in Debut
A big day yesterday for another former Tri-City ValleyCat: Joe Musgrove (2014) made his major league debut for the Houston Astros, tossing 4.1 innings in relief. He allowed just one hit and struck out eight.
Those eight strikeouts are the most by a reliever in his major league debut since 1900 and th…
‘Relish’ Looking For First Hot Dog Race Win (AUDIO)
If you go to the Tri-City ValleyCats games, you've noticed the "Hot Dog Race" at the end of the 7th inning. Ketchup, Mustard and Relish all vie for supremacy each night in the race from the left field bullpen to the third base dugout.
The race has been taking place since 2006 and Relish has…
TC ValleyCat, Son of Mike Cameron, Joins Us (AUDIO)
With the Tri-City ValleyCats season set to kick off today against the Connecticut Tigers (7 p.m., Joe Bruno Stadium), we got our first look at the 2016 'Cats on Thursday at ValleyCats Media Day.
By far, the most popular 'Cat was Daz Cameron, the 2015 First-Round pick of the Astros...
Former ValleyCat Helps Own Cause VS Mets
The New York Mets lost a tough game in 13 innings yesterday as the White Sox won the series finale 2-1.
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Matt Albers had a memorable day to say the least.
Albers entered the game in the 12th inning to relieve White Sox closer David Robertson...
Former ‘Cat Tony Kemp Gets Major League Call
Tony Kemp, a key member of the 2013 Tri-City ValleyCats team that won the New York-Penn League Championship, has become the latest former ValleyCat to get the call to the Major Leagues.
Kemp, the 5-foot-6-inch utility player, was hitting ...
High School Journalists Take Over (AUDIO)
If you follow me on Twitter (@1045RadioBrady) you've noticed that I tweet most of my stories and blogs out at the following accounts: @518varsity @Real518Sports @518SportsDRoss and @challsidelines.
Those accounts are all run by student-journalists at the high school level...

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