Monthly Archives: April 2020

Catching Up with…Colin Bates

Without baseball on the horizon, I’m using this time to connect with former Senators. We will relive some of their fondest memories and find out what they’re up to now. This week we’re making yet another call to the bullpen … Continue reading

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Forgotten Seasons: Josh McKinley 2003

Time and distance have let some excellent and outstanding seasons slip away from our collective memory. Occasionally, I’ll highlight some of those seasons here. First-round draft picks inherently carry lofty expectations. Organizations expect the player to not only become a … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: Reliever

We’re picking this up were we left off last year…We’ll be running polls to determine the Harrisburg Senators’ Team of the 2010s. When we’re done, we’ll have starters for every position on the field including a designated hitter, utility player, right-handed … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: LHP Tommy Milone

Tommy Milone (2010, 2018) – 12-5, 2.81 ERA, WHIP 1.17, 157 K, 24 BB It had been eight years since the Senators made the playoffs when they qualified for the postseason in 2010. Thanks in no small part to the ace … Continue reading

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Catching Up with…Sean Nicol

Without baseball on the horizon, I’m using this time to connect with former Senators. We will relive some of their fondest memories and find out what they’re up to now. This week we catch up with longtime fan favorite Sean Nicol. … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: Left-Handed Starting Pitcher

We’re picking this up were we left off last year…We’ll be running polls to determine the Harrisburg Senators’ Team of the 2010s. When we’re done, we’ll have starters for every position on the field including a designated hitter, utility player, right-handed … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: RHP Stephen Strasburg

Stephen Strasburg (2010-11, 2015) – 4-2, 1.36 ERA, WHIP 0.73, 37 K, 6 BB Forget the five starts Strasburg made with Harrisburg to begin his professional career. Forget the stunning MLB debut the right-hander had on June 8, 2010 against … Continue reading

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Catching Up with…Neil Holland

Without baseball on the horizon, I’m using this time to connect with former Senators. We will relive some of their fondest memories and find out what they’re up to now. For the first one, we’re making a call to the … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: Right-Handed Starting Pitcher

We’re picking this up were we left off last year…We’ll be running polls to determine the Harrisburg Senators’ Team of the 2010s. When we’re done, we’ll have starters for every position on the field including a designated hitter, utility player, right-handed … Continue reading

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Rewind: Stephen Strasburg’s debut in Altoona

Ten years ago today, Stephen Strasburg made his highly anticipated minor league debut for the Harrisburg Senators as they traveled to Altoona to take on the Curve. What follows is what I wrote and published on our now defunct blog … Continue reading

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