The Saltdogs, who enjoyed their best July in franchise history, rallied in the ninth but fell 8-3 to the St. Paul Saints in front of 2,928 fans at Haymarket Park Sunday afternoon.
(ROD ADAMS PHOTOGRAPHY) Ryan O'Sullivan quieted the bats and the back end of the bullpen was lights out as the Saltdogs edged the St. Paul Saints 3-2 in front of 5,741 fans at Haymarket Park Saturday night.
Jon Smith hit a grand slam to cap off a six-run fifth, but the St. Paul Saints rallied for the game's next seven runs in a 9-7 victory over the Saltdogs in front of 5,575 fans at Haymarket Park Friday night.
The Saltdogs are proud to announce that the Texas Rangers have purchased the contract of RHP Clayton Cook.
The St. Paul Saints handled the Saltdogs 8-1 in front of 5,362 fans at Haymarket Park Thursday night.
The Saltdogs matched a franchise record, throwing their ninth shutout as they two-hit the league's best offense in a 5-0 win over the Wichita Wingnuts at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Wednesday night.
The Saltdogs reached the 11-hit threshold for the sixth straight game but fell to the Wichita Wingnuts 5-2 in front of 3,747 fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Tuesday night.
The Saltdogs rallied with two out in the 10th to beat the Wichita Wingnuts 4-3 in front of 3,266 fans at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium Monday night.
The Saltdogs will be represented by four players on the North team at the 2016 American Association All-Star Game in St. Paul, Minn.: starting D.H. Curt Smith; pitchers Lindsey Caughel and Evan Reed; and reserve catcher Luis Alen.
The Saltdogs furiously rallied late but fell just shy of completing the sweep as the Gary SouthShore RailCats held on 9-6 in front of 3,050 fans at U.S. Steel Yard Sunday afternoon.