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8/22: Just One Thing

In an effort to write more than I have been, I decided to try at least putting together “Just One Thing” about each game I cover. It might be about a particular play, an at-bat, or a guy’s walk-up song. … Continue reading

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The Team of the 2010s: Catcher

Over 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, and reliever. Did … Continue reading


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Tres Barrera’s star on the rise while he’s still learning

The jump to Double-A is often the toughest test of a prospect as they move up the system. Pitchers are both more consistent and unpredictable the more you move up the chain. Fastballs can be spotted at the knees on … 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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Three Keys to the Best Senators’ Start in History

Even before Saturday afternoon, the Harrisburg Senators were ahead of the torrid pace the 1993 club set back in their record-breaking season. But then the 2019 edition of the team rallied in the ninth inning to score two runs and … Continue reading

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