Winnipeg Goldeyes host last season’s champions in their home opener

May 24 2019 7:52am The Winnipeg Goldeyes host last season’s champions, the Kansas City T-Bones, in their 2019 home opener. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp = jQuery.parseJSON( jQuery.ajax({ url: “/gnca-ajax/videoshare-links/{\”id\”:\”” + svp.releaseInfo.contentId + “\”}/”, async: false }).responseText); gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] = resp; } jQuery(‘#videoContainer’).gnca_socialVideoShare(‘init’, gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] ); } }; // don’t do on IE, doesn’t work yet if ( !gNews.Common.isIE && !gNews.Common.isTrident && gNews.Common.isFlash ) { var gnca_videoShareCallbackInterval = window.setInterval( function() { //console.log(‘ !!! gnca_shareVideoCallback REGISTRATION !!! ‘); // exit…

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Winnipeg Goldeyes bring back former American Association Player of the Year

The Winnipeg Goldeyes are bringing back the 2017 American Association Player of the Year.The Goldeyes announced on Wednesday they’ve re-signed outfielder Josh Romanski. The 32-year-old has played the last three seasons with the Goldeyes, having re-joined the Fish last June after initially starting the season in the Mexican League.READ MORE: Winnipeg Goldeyes welcome the return of Reggie AbercrombieStory continues belowRomanski still ended up 14th in the league’s batting race with a .314 average. He also had four homers, 39 runs and 30 RBI in 69 games with the Goldeyes last season.Romanski…

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Winnipeg bests Texas AirHogs

Winnipeg bests Texas AirHogs The Texas AirHogs experiment with the Chinese national team hasn’t led to wins, and that continued to be the case Tuesday night at Shaw Park. The Winnipeg Goldeyes pummelled the visitors 13-0, and now sit at 27-36 on the year as they to try to climb back into the playoff race. Starting pitcher Tyler Herron pitched a seven-hit, complete-game shutout to improve his record to 5-7. The AirHogs made an agreement with the Chinese national team — known as the known as the Beijing Shougang Eagles…

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Fish hope dogs can go fetch world record

Fish hope dogs can go fetch world record Every dog has its day — and the Winnipeg Goldeyes are hoping that at least 1,123 local dogs have theirs at Shaw Park on Saturday, June 9. That’s the day for the Goldeyes’ annual Bark in the Park game, wherein fans and their canine best friends can watch the Fish muzzle the (WARNING: irony ahead!) Chicago Dogs and help the local ball club set a world record at the same time. This is the fourth year for the Goldeyes’ dog-friendly game, but…

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Rough doubleheader for Goldeyes

Rough doubleheader for Goldeyes Victor Capellan has proven to be a lights-out closer for the Winnipeg Goldeyes, one of the more dominant relief pitchers you’ll see in independent baseball. But a rare rough outing proved costly in what turned out to be a miserable Thursday at the office for Capellan and his teammates, who lost both ends of a rare daytime doubleheader at Shaw Park. Lincoln rallied for an 8-2 win in the opener, then smashed their way to an identical 8-2 laugher in the afternoon affair made necessary by…

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Power hitter Bergin placed on waivers

Power hitter Bergin placed on waivers David Bergin’s time with the Winnipeg Goldeyes is over, at least for now. But it appears the door remains open for a return once his injured hand heals up. Bergin, 28, was placed on waivers by the club Wednesday in what appeared to be a curious move at first blush. But his inability to play in the short term, combined with the ultra-tight salary cap situation in the American Association, meant a tough decision had to be made. Winnipeg is suspected to be close…

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Poor pitching, fielding lead to Goldeyes drubbing

Poor pitching, fielding lead to Goldeyes drubbing They began the night with possibly the best pitching staff in the American Association and the fewest errors among the dozen teams. But with baseball being baseball, an off night from their hurlers and some shoddy defensive play wound up costing the Winnipeg Goldeyes. Four errors — exactly half as many as they made in their first nine games combined — led to four unearned runs in a 14-6 loss to the Lincoln Saltdogs at Shaw Park on Monday. Winnipeg falls to 6-4…

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Fish bounce back from drubbing to even series with Saltdogs

Fish bounce back from drubbing to even series with Saltdogs It’s the sign of a good team — not letting one bad game, or one bad inning, get them down and out. Case in point, the 2018 Winnipeg Goldeyes. They got drubbed 14-6 in Monday’s series opener against the Lincoln Saltdogs, then had a tough start to Tuesday’s game by giving up three runs in a messy second inning. But the Fish feasted, rather than flopped, from that point on. They scored five straight runs while starter Charle Rosario and…

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Mazzola slides back into hot corner for Goldeyes

Mazzola slides back into hot corner for Goldeyes The Winnipeg Goldeyes have reeled in a big free-agent fish: franchise home run leader and perennial fan favourite Josh Mazzola is headed back to town to patrol the hot corner. Mazzola, 32, has inked a deal to return to the team he spent four seasons with (2012-15). The California native has suited up for the rival Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks the past two seasons and is thrilled to be back with the Goldeyes. “It’s a great place to play. They took really great care…

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