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Doubleheader Postponed…Tripleheader?
Something you've probably never thought would happen is actually going to occur today.
A tripleheader will be played.
The Lynchburg HillCats will host the Potomac Nationals in what will be the first tripleheader played in the Carolina League since 1996 due to unfortunate weather and scheduli…
ValleyCats Blank Yankees in Home Opener
Much like the "real" Yankees, who couldn't score in Houston last night, the Staten Island Yankees couldn't muster any offense either, falling 6-0 to the Tri-City ValleyCats at Joe Bruno Stadium.
It was the New York-Penn League home opener for the ValleyCats, who moved to 4…
Local Product Shining in Pro Ball
All season long at 1045theteam.com, we've been chronicling the local Section II products that are playing in professional baseball.
We've talked to nearly all of them, whether it be Jeff Hoffman, Branden Cogswell, JP Sportman, Matt Gage, Brian O'Keefe, Jaime Schultz, and today, we adde…
2012 ValleyCat Gets the MLB Call
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Preston Tucker became the 35th 'Cat to reach the major leagues on Wednesday night when he was called up by the Houston Astros.
Tucker, a 2012 draft pick from the University of Florida, is an outfielder who spent 2012 with Tri-City after being selected in the 7th round..…
Sportman With Another Big Day in Cal League
La Salle graduate JP Sportman continues to hit well for the Stockton Ports, California League affiliate of the Oakland Athletics.
Sportman went 2-3 with a homer, double, and three RBIs in the Ports 11-2 win over Lancaster on Monday. He's now hitting ...
Sportman and Cogswell Still Hitting
Nearly a month into the season, local products JP Sportman and Branden Cogswell are still playing well for the Stockton Ports, Class A affiliate of the Oakland Athletics.
Sportman leads the Ports in hitting at .302 while Cogswell checks in at ...
Maple Hill Grad Dominating AA Ball
Maple Hill graduate Jaime Schultz continues to perform well at the AA level, receiving the Southern League Pitcher of the Week for games spanning April 20-April 26.
Schultz, pitching for the Montgomery Biscuits (Tampa Bay Rays), struck out 17 batters in two starts this week...
Former ValleyCat Earns SportsCenter Top Play
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Tony Kemp, now a member of the AA Corpus Christi Hooks, earned the No. 1 play on SportsCenter with this diving play in centerfield last night.
Kemp was a member of the 2013 ValleyCats, hitting .282 in 48 games...
Schultz Fans Nine in Opening Night Start
Maple Hill graduate and Tampa Bay Rays farmhand Jaime Schultz worked 4.2 innings on Opening Night for the AA Montgomery Biscuits on Thursday.
He struck out nine and allowed just two earned runs in what turned out to be a 4-3 win for the Biscuits over the Chattanooga Lookouts...
Jeff Hoffman Joins Us as Rehab Continues
Shaker High School graduate Jeff Hoffman was a first round pick of the Blue Jays in 2014, despite needing Tommy John Surgery right before the draft.
He's been rehabbing for the last 10 months and is back on the mound at the Blue Jays facilities...
ValleyCats to Wear “Sons of Anarchy” Jerseys
I know nothing about the "Sons of Anarchy." I've never seen an episode, and I don't really desire to. It's not really my thing.
What I do know? That these SOA-themed jerseys that the Tri-City ValleyCats will wear on Sept. 15 are sweet.
The jerseys will be worn as part …
Local Star Heads to Spring Training, Joins Us
Last week we chronicled Section II products in professional baseball, and we continue to do so again this week.
Joining us today? Shenendehowa graduate Branden Cogswell. "Cogs" helped lead the University of Virginia to the College World Series championship series before being select…

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