Monthly Archives: June 2014

Bryce Harper – 3 HRs

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Senators Roll Call: 6/25

• Ryan Tatusko (2010-13) starts a new chapter in his career tomorrow when he’s slated to take the mound for the Hanwha Eagles. • Still stuck in DFA purgatory, odds are probably good that Roger Bernadina (2007-08) will accept his outright assignment … Continue reading

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The Sky’s the Limit for Michael Taylor

If you’re a baseball fan and haven’t been to Metro Bank Park yet this season, I highly recommend you get yourself to City Island as soon as possible. Sure, the Senators are floundering at 28-42 and there are many games … Continue reading

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Brian Daubach’s Long and Winding Road to the Major Leagues

  The fortunate few get to root in person for their hometown team in a World Series. Brian Daubach, who grew up twenty miles from St. Louis, lived out that dream as a ten year old boy attending a game … Continue reading

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A Winning Streak?

As the Senators look for their first three-game winning streak of the season, I’m reminded of this…

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Matt Skole makes a monkey out of Jay Johnson with a walk-off home run

Skole on the walk-off at-bat — “We’ve seen this guy, Johnson, a lot. I think I’ve faced him 3-4 times, and I knew what he was going to try to do: soft away, then hard in. And he was throwing … Continue reading

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Kevin Keyes’ swim move to elude tag at home

Senators manager Brian Daubach on Keyes and the call — “Duran got rid of that ball quick and it was on the money. Kevin made a really, really good slide and most times the umpires give up on that play. … Continue reading

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