Author Archives: Mick Reinhard

Eastern League adopts split-season format

Previously, the Eastern League was the only league lower than Triple-A classification that played the schedule as a full season endeavor. Starting in 2019 that changes as the league goes to a split-season format. The Eastern League of Professional Baseball … Continue reading

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Five takeaways from the Senators’ 2019 promotional schedule

The Harrisburg Senators gave fans a first look at what’s to come for the 2019 season as they released their promotional schedule on Wednesday afternoon. Here are my top five takeaways from it. August 3 – Jamey Carroll will become … Continue reading

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Ninth-inning rally secures series win over Altoona Curve and tightens the playoff picture

After splitting the first two contests of this pivotal three-game series against the Altoona Curve, the Harrisburg Senators stood three outs away from losing the rubber match and an important win in the standings. Down 3-2 the Senators’ playoff hopes … Continue reading

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Pivotal three-game set against Altoona will dictate Harrisburg’s playoff hopes

With 33 games left for the Harrisburg Senators, none loom as large for their postseason hopes as the next three hosting the Altoona Curve at FNB Field starting Tuesday night. Only four playoff spots exist for the five Eastern League … Continue reading

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Ryan Zimmerman looks ready to contribute to the Nationals’ playoff push

Earlier in the day at the All-Star Game media scrum, Washington Nationals manager  Davey Martinez disclosed the plan is to activate both first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and pitcher Stephen Strasburg before the second half slate of games begins after the … Continue reading

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Hunter Jones plays hero with walk-off grand slam

It’s only happened four times previously for the Senators. Not four times this season. Four times period. Four times in 32 seasons. Four times in roughly 4,500 games. The last time was over 17 years ago as Ron Calloway performed … Continue reading

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Lowery at the Bat

I wasn’t going to recap Friday night’s game, but then the Senators completed the thrilling 7-6 comeback win over the Yard Goats with five runs in the eighth inning and I felt I needed to do something. So with all … Continue reading

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