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Senators Caribbean Winter Leagues wrap-up: Hot and Not

HOT Carlos Rivero (’13) led the Venezuelan Winter League with 15 home runs and 44 RBIs while posting an impressive .282/.362/.554 slash line. Unfortunately for the third baseman, it wasn’t enough to pull his Cardenelas de Lara team into the … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 11/6

• Some updates to former and current Senators playing in the various Winter Leagues… Professional Baseball League of Puerto Rico Jonathan Albaladejo (’07) Indios de Mayaguez Luis Atilano (’08-’09, ’11) Criollos de Caguas Edgardo Baez (’08-’10) Criollos de Caguas Jesus … Continue reading

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Senators Roll Call: 2/20

• Rob Ducey (HC ’04) was recently elected to the Canadien Baseball Hall of Fame as part of the 2013 class along with Tim Raines, George Bell, broadcaster Tom Cheek, and Nat Bailey. Besides a 13-year big league career, Ducey … Continue reading

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Game 2: Three Things I Think I Think

Game 2: The Curve take full advantage of the Senators’ miscues and win 6-4 to even the best-of-5 series at 1 game apiece • After ripping him in this space yesterday, I wouldn’t say that starting pitcher Aaron Thompson was … Continue reading

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Talkin’ Baseball with Randy, Danny, and El Duque

Seems Like Old Times Two years ago, Randy Knorr (right) managed the Potomac Nationals to the Carolina League title with significant playoff contributions from Jhonatan Solano, Cole Kimball, Michael Burgess, and Jack Spradlin. Ten other current Senators (including Edgardo Baez, … Continue reading

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Does This Bus Stop on City Island?

If you’ve gone to a Senators’ home game, you know parking on City Island can be a real issue and a detriment to attending. An alternative is to park in either Harrisburg or Wormleysburg and walk across one of the … Continue reading

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