Everyone knows I have love for former Valley Cat Hunter Pence, so I was stoked last night when he hit that first inning 2-run home run. I also enjoy the fine work of Erin Andrews...except for that probiotics commercial. So this was fun to watch the awkwardness when Erin asks Hunter a question and he corrects her...
Tim Lincecum, former ace and two-time CY Young award winner, who was relegated to the bullpen last year during a World Series run and rumored to go back this year, tossed his first career no-hitter and 15th no-hitter in Giants history.
It took Lincecum 148 pitches over nine innings, but he got the job done in a 9-0 win over the San Diego Padres...
Learning that you've been traded to another team is an inevitable event during the career of a Major League Baseball player. For most players it's just a part of life - a non-event you might say. Not so for former Phillies pitcher Vance Worley when he was traded on Dec. 6, 2012, to the Twins.
If the San Francisco Giants win the World Series this year, Hunter Pence’s bases clearing hit last night will live forever in baseball lore. Not only because it helped the Giants crush the Cardinals, but because it was incredibly bizarre.
Major League Baseball Spring Training camps have opened across Florida and Arizona in preparation for the 2012 season. Five former Mohawks are currently listed on Major League Spring Training rosters. Hunter Pence (Mohawks 2002) of the defending National League East champion Philadelphia Phillies headlines a group that also includes Cord Phelps (Mohawks 2006) of the Cleveland Indians, Brendan Harr
Siena graduate John Lannan just can't seem to beat Philadelphia.
The Washington Nationals starting pitcher is 1-12 against the Phillies as Wilson Valdez and Jimmy Rollins each drove in two runs and Hunter Pence homered to lead Philadelphia to a 5-0 victory over Washington on Saturday night.
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Hunter Pence went from the worst team in Major League Baseball to a team that's in 1st place in the NL East.
On Friday night, the Houston Astros traded Pence to the Philadelphia Phillies for a package of highly rated prospects.
If you're a bobblehead collector, you need to get to Joe Bruno Stadium on Monday night.
The ValleyCats will give away bobblehead dolls of All-Star outfielder and former Tri-City star Hunter Pence before Monday evening’s game against the Staten Island Yankees.
After going 14 years without a victory in the MLB All-Star game, the National League now has two wins in a row.
Milwaukee's Prince Fielder hit a 3-run homer and was named the game's MVP as the National League defeated the AL in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday night, 5-1.
Former Tri-City ValleyCat Hunter Pence was selected as a reserve for the National League All-Star team on Sunday. He'll be the lone representative for the Houston Astros.
This is the second All-Star Game selection for Pence since breaking into the big leagues in 2007.