Monthly Archives: April 2013

Clay Sets the Tone in Herding the Rock Cats

Senators 6, Rock Cats 2 Nathan Karns came with accolades and expectations and has lived up to the hype. Blake Treinen impressed coaches so much in spring training, it was easy to picture the 6’4″ righthander dominating Eastern League batters. … Continue reading

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The Rock Cats Might Still Be Batting

Rock Cats 16, Senators 8 On top of New Britain 5-0 after 3 1/2 innings, the Senators appeared to be in control of Monday night’s game behind starter Paul Demny as he cruised through the Rock Cats the first time … Continue reading

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Blake Treinen Outduels Kevin Gausman as Senators Take Series

Senators 1, Baysox 0 A tale of two half-innings decided the outcome of Sunday afternoon’s contest between the Senators and the Baysox. Few at Prince George’s Stadium would have known that a seemingly innocuous second inning would pretty much be the … Continue reading

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Josh Johnson’s Power and Patience Keys Senators’ Win

Senators 4, Baysox 3 (13) Josh Johnson drew a bases-loaded walk in the top of the 13th and Aaron Barrett worked a 1-2-3 bottom of the inning to secure a 4-3 victory over the Bowie Baysox and break the Senators’ … Continue reading

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Offense Sputters as Senators Drop Sixth Straight

Baysox 3, Senators 1 Two weeks ago, the Senators went on their first road trip to Altoona and Reading in dire need of better starting pitching. Whatever they found on the way to Peoples Natural Gas Field has worked wonders since … Continue reading

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Back-to-Back Homers Trigger Payday for One Lucky Fan

During the fourth inning of Wednesday night’s game, Jerad Head and Justin Bloxom hit back-to-back home runs to cut into Reading’s lead over the Senators. On the scoreboard it meant two runs, but in the stands it meant something much … Continue reading

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LeCroy Delivers a Message to the Senators after Series Sweep

Twenty games into the young season and the Harrisburg Senators already find themselves at a crossroads. Recent games have been inundated with mental and physical errors. So much so that manager Matt LeCroy had a closed door team meeting after … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 4/24

• Many former Senators were involved in last Thursday’s doozy of a game in Syracuse between the Buffalo Bisons and Chiefs. The Bisons set numerous league and team records with their 27-9 blowout over the Triple-A affiliate of the Nationals. … Continue reading

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Senators Squander Lead to Lose Fourth Straight

Fightin’ Phils 7, Senators 5 The first inning couldn’t have gone any better for the Senators on Tuesday night at Metro Bank Park. Harrisburg starter Caleb Clay resumed his excellent string of outings as he set the Reading Fightin’ Phils … Continue reading

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The Visitors Dugout: Alex Dickerson

This season I’ll be bringing you Q&As with rising stars and interesting players from the other teams in the Eastern League. This edition features Alex Dickerson, the 3rd round pick of the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2011 draft and #11 rated prospect in … Continue reading

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