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Series preview: Binghamton Mets

By | April 7, 2014 2:24 pm | 0 Comments

Series preview Erie Binghamton Games played 3 4 Hitting At-bats 82 114 Runs 8 (10th) 12 (9th) Hits 17 (11th) 28 (8th) Avg. .207 (11th) .246 (7th) Doubles 1 (11th) 9 (4th) Triples 1 (2nd) 1 (2nd) Home runs 3 (1st) 0 (11th) RBIs 7 (10th) 11 (9th) Walks 10 (9th) 8 (11th) Strikeouts 20…


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Series preview: SeaWolves at Mets

By | April 6, 2014 5:19 pm | 0 Comments

Erie SeaWolves (2-1) at Binghamton Mets (2-2) When: Today-Wednesday 6:35 p.m. Where: NYSEG Stadium, Binghamton, N.Y. On the air: WFNN-AM/1330 Notes: The Erie SeaWolves picked up a series win right away in Altoona after sweeping a doubleheader on Saturday. Erie will finish its road trip in Binghamton before the home opener at Jerry Uht Park…


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Erie SeaWolves in-game blog: Saturday

By | August 10, 2013 4:48 pm | 0 Comments

Postgame: Erie moved back into a first-place tie with a thrilling win. Harrisburg lost and Bowie won, meaning Erie and Harrisburg are tied for first in the West and Bowie is 4 games back. … The SeaWolves have already won the seven-game homestand against the two best teams in the East. Erie will look to…


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Erie SeaWolves in-game blog: Friday

By | August 9, 2013 4:23 pm | 0 Comments

GAME 2 SEVENTH INNING Travis Taijeron with a one-out double but he is stranded. Erie gets one more chance to rally down 7-6. Brandon Douglas leads off with a double and goes to third on a groundout but he is stranded as Binghamton wins it 7-6. SIXTH INNING Binghamton responds as these two teams keep…


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Series recap: Weekend in Binghamton

By | June 24, 2013 12:15 pm | 0 Comments

The Erie SeaWolves were one out away from taking a road series in Binghamton. Instead, Erie departed for Trenton Sunday night with another frustrating series loss. Here is a look at the series: Erie Binghamton Wins 1 2 Batting Runs 12 15 Hits 21 28 AB 103 99 Avg. .204 .283 Doubles 7 7 Triples…


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Harrisburg records combined no-hitter

By | May 9, 2013 9:20 pm | 0 Comments

Paul Demny and Ian Krol combined to throw a no-hitter tonight as the Harrisburg Senators beat the Binghamton Mets 6-1. Demny (2-4) threw eight innings and struck out five with three walks. He allowed one unearned run before Krol struck out two in a perfect ninth inning in relief. –Tom Reisenweber


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Binghamton series probables

By | April 6, 2013 12:59 am | 0 Comments

The Erie SeaWolves will host the Binghamton Mets Monday-Wednesday. Here is a look at the probable starters for the three games. Monday – Binghamton RH Erik Goeddel (5-6, 3.41 ERA in 2012) vs. Erie RH Victor Larez (4-1, 1.72 ERA in 2012) Tuesday – Binghamton RH Rafael Montero (1-0, 1.59 in 2013) vs. Erie LH…


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Top pitching prospects have Eastern League feel

By | January 22, 2013 12:58 pm | 0 Comments writer Jonathan Mayo is releasing the Top 10 prospects by position every day over the next week. The right-handed pitching prospects were released recently with four of the top 10 pitching in the Eastern League last year. Dylan Bundy in the Baltimore Orioles organization is the No. 1 prospect among right-handed pitchers. He was…


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Report: Binghamton’s move to Ottawa not a done deal

By | November 27, 2012 3:59 pm | 0 Comments

An earlier report about the Binghamton Mets’ move to Ottawa might not happen after all. On Nov. 21, Baseball America reported that the Mets were moving north of the border as soon as 2014. Today, says the sale appears to have fallen through. If the B-Mets’ move does take place, Binghamton hopes to land…


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Report: Eastern League team headed north

By | September 8, 2012 11:55 pm | 0 Comments

The players and coaches who comprise Eastern League rosters in 2014 should consider getting passports. The Ottawa Citizen has reported that an Eastern League franchise will begin play that year in Canada’s capital. The article prominantly mentioned the Erie SeaWolves, based on their traditionally low attendance figures, as a prime candidate for such a switch….


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