Author Archives: Mick Reinhard

The Team of the 2010s: Second Baseman

Over the next 11 weeks 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 and left-handed starter, … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: 1B Tyler Moore

Tyler Moore (2011 – .270/.314/.532, 70R, 90 RBI, 31 HR) When Moore launched a bomb over the center field wall in the second game of an August 26th doubleheader, he became only the second player in modern Senators’ history to … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: First Baseman

Over the next 11 weeks 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 and left-handed starter, … Continue reading

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Strike one proves to be the most valuable pitch in Wil Crowe’s arsenal

Monday afternoon at FNB Field, Wil Crowe showed why the 24-year-old right-hander is believed by many to be a future cornerstone of the Washington Nationals’ rotation. Crowe picked up his fifth win against three losses pitching into the eighth inning … Continue reading

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Five-run outburst caps another comeback victory for Senators

At some point, the 27-10 Harrisburg Senators will stop surprising me with how they keep pulling victories out of their collective hats. No deficit is too insurmountable. No challenge is too impossible. The Senators did it again on Tuesday night … Continue reading

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How many strikeouts are too many?

How many strikeouts are too many? I’m not talking about how it affects the pace of play or the number of balls put in play for the overall good of the game. I’m specifically asking for an individual player. How … Continue reading

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A change in Erick Fedde’s release point shows promising results

A change in Erick Fedde’s release point shows promising resultsA change in Erick Fedde’s release point shows promising results On an individual level, the minor leagues are more about development than they are about results. Implementing adjustments made in the … Continue reading

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