Author Archives: Mick Reinhard

That Was The Week That Was: May 18-23

vs. Altoona Curve (Pirates)2-4 (6-12)6th Place – Double-A Northeast, Southwest Division The six-game set hosting the Curve was representative of where the Senators stand three weeks into the season. The offense isn’t going to give you much, but if the … Continue reading

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That Was The Week That Was: May 11-16

vs. Richmond Flying Squirrels (Giants)3-3 (4-8)6th Place – Double-A Northeast, Southwest Division Thursday night, the Senators were a part of history. Not the kind they’d like, however. Starting pitcher Matt Frisbee and three relievers combined to no-hit Harrisburg for the … Continue reading

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That Was The Week That Was: May 4-9

@ Somerset Patriots (Yankees)1-5 (1-5)6th Place – Double-A Northeast, Southwest Division The Harrisburg Senators are lucky they got out of Somerset with one victory in their opening six-game series. The offense was anemic. The fielding even worse. The team comes … Continue reading

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Have You Seen Me Lately? (Players Edition)

Wondering where some of your favorite former Senators will be playing in 2021? Here’s a comprehensive list as the minor league season begins… MLB Matt Adams – Colorado Rockies Richard Bleier – Miami Marlins Brad Boxberger – Milwaukee Brewers Jimmy … Continue reading

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The greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history: No. 1

Welcome to the last in a series of posts ranking the greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history (otherwise known as when baseball returned to City Island in 1987). Just a reminder that this is one man’s humble opinion. … Continue reading

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The greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history: Nos. 5 to 2

Welcome to the eighth in a series of posts ranking the greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history (otherwise known as when baseball returned to City Island in 1987). Just a reminder that this is one man’s humble opinion. … Continue reading

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The greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history: Nos. 10 to 6

Welcome to the seventh in a series of posts ranking the greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history (otherwise known as when baseball returned to City Island in 1987). Just a reminder that this is one man’s humble opinion. … Continue reading

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The greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history: Nos. 15 to 11

Welcome to the sixth in a series of posts ranking the greatest home runs in Harrisburg Senators modern history (otherwise known as when baseball returned to City Island in 1987). Just a reminder that this is one man’s humble opinion. … Continue reading

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Former Harrisburg Senators on the 60-Man Summer Camp Rosters

Based on Sunday’s deadline for teams to submit their pre-season player pools (which can be up to 60 players), the following are where you can find former Harrisburg Senators. Arizona Diamondbacks Matt Grace Robbie Ray Baltimore Orioles Richard Bleier Tommy … Continue reading

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Catching Up with…Adrian Alaniz

Without baseball on the horizon, I’m using this time to connect with former Senators (all of them can be found here). We will relive some of their fondest memories and find out what they’re up to now. This week we’re … Continue reading

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