An early four-run deficit proved too much to overcome as the Amarillo Sox (30-23) topped the Saltdogs (30-24) 6-4 in front of 3,537 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night. (MEGAN FARMER/Lincoln Journal Star)
Mike Burns was terrific on the hill as the Saltdogs (30-23) came back to beat the Amarillo Sox (29-23) 3-2 in front of 2,899 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night. (MEGAN FARMER/Lincoln Journal Star)
Curt Smith had an awesome night in his return to Lincoln, leading the Saltdogs (29-23) to a 12-3 demolishing of the Amarillo Sox (29-22) in front of 2,887 fans at Haymarket Park Wednesday night. (FRANCIS GARDLER/Lincoln Journal Star)
The Saltdogs are proud to announce the contract of C Jose Gil was sold to the New York Yankees Tuesday, bringing the tally to four former Lincoln players signed by MLB organizations during the 2013 season.
After leading comfortably the whole way, things got dicey in the last of the ninth but the Saltdogs (28-22) hung on for a 6-2 victory over the Sioux Falls Canaries (18-32) in front of a capacity crowd of 4,670 fans at The Birdcage Monday night.
The Saltdogs (27-22) overcame a late-inning deficit to beat the Sioux Falls Canaries (18-31) 7-4 in front of 2,466 fans at The Birdcage Sunday afternoon.
The Sioux Falls Canaries (18-30) matched a franchise record with 10 runs in the third as they took care of the Saltdogs (26-22) 11-5 in front of 3,325 fans at The Birdcage Saturday night.
Pete Parise took a no-hitter to the ninth inning, and ended up throwing a one-hit shutout as the Saltdogs (26-21) topped the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks 2-0 in front of 3,725 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night.
The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks (27-19) scored four two-out runs in the fifth, which came in handy late in a 8-4 victory over the Saltdogs (25-21) in front of 4,520 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night. (FRANCIS GARDLER/Lincoln Journal Star)