Monthly Archives: May 2014

Bases-Loaded Blues

As a team the Senators are hitting a league-worst .160 (8 for 50) with the bases loaded. For comparison sake, the other 11 teams in the Eastern League are hitting a combined .299 under the same circumstances. In 58 opportunities … Continue reading

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Images from Adam LaRoche’s Rehab

Huge thanks to friend of the site Kyle Mace for these great pics…

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of Michael Taylor

To steal a phrase originally coined for former Phillies’ centerfielder Garry Maddox, two-thirds of the earth is covered by water, the other one-third is covered by Michael Taylor. The Fort Lauderdale product gets the best jump on flyballs and line … Continue reading

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A.J. Cole named Eastern League Pitcher of the Week

A.J. Cole was selected as the Eastern League Pitcher of the Week after his stellar complete-game shutout of the New Britain Rock Cats in the doubleheader opener on Saturday night at Metro Bank Park. Cole allowed four hits while striking … Continue reading

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Senators’ ace A.J. Cole spins a gem

Those 7,168 strong in attendance for the Senators doubleheader on Saturday night saw an impressive performance from Game 1 starter A.J. Cole. The Nationals’ #2 rated prospect tossed a seven-inning, complete game shutout, scattering four hits while striking out eight … Continue reading

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Quoteapalooza on the Doubleheader Sweep

More tomorrow on AJ Cole and his stirring complete game shutout, but for now some quotes from manager Brian Daubach. …on the doubleheader sweep “I think the way the first game went obviously carried over to the second…Everybody stepped up … Continue reading

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Who’s Headed to Harrisburg Next?

Friday we posted our annual “Who’s Headed to Syracuse Next?” and that got me to thinking about which players we might see make the jump from Potomac. As we are at roughly the quarter pole for the 2014 season, this is … Continue reading

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3 Up, 3 Down

3 Up Meyers’ Return to the Mound – After suffering a multitude of injuries since the 2011 season, it was enjoyable to see Brad Meyers return to the playing field healthy. The 6’6″ righty debuted with a solid outing that … Continue reading

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Who’s Headed to Syracuse Next?

In what has become an annual tradition around these parts, I gazed into my crystal ball for potential promotions and demotions affecting the Harrisburg Senators. As we are at roughly the quarter pole for the 2014 season, this is as … Continue reading

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Decoding Purke

Matt Purke came into this season as the Nationals’ #11 rated prospect and through five starts in Harrisburg has failed to live up to the billing. His ERA is barely in single digits, his WHIP over two, and his opponents’ … Continue reading

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