Power Surge Propells Saints to 14-3 Win Over Sioux Falls


Long balls by first baseman John Silviano, outfielder Sebastian Zawada (a two-run shot), and catcher Chris Chinea three-run bomb accounted for six of the 14 Saints' runs.

Ex-Mets Pitching Coach to Serve as Manager in Constellation Energy League


Eiland has spent the last two seasons as the pitching coach for the Mets and prior to that he was the pitching coach for the Kansas City Royals from 2012-17, including when they captured the World Series title in 2015. Eiland also served as the pitching coach for the New York Yankees from 2008-2010 and served as a coach at the minor league level for the Yankees from 2003-07.

Mike Ditka Bobblehead Giveaway, Appearance at Chicago Dogs’ Home Opener


A commemorative bobblehead of legendary, former Chicago Bears football head coach Mike Ditka donning a Dogs-inspired sweater will be giving to every fan in attendance at the Chicago Dog's Home opener.

Sioux Falls Canaries Ink Ex-Israeli Pitcher D.J. Sharabi


Sharabi did not permit an earned run over six frames at the European Championships, registering the win over France that clinched Israel's spot in the Olympic qualifier. He made two appearances in that tournament, including two scoreless innings in Israel's upset win over the Netherlands.

Miami Nice: Saints Add Pop, Solid Arm Behind Dish in Catcher Chris Chinea


St. Louis selected Chinea in the 17th round of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft out of LSU and spent all but the final two games of that season at the Rookie Level with Johnson City. He hit .313 with six home runs and 27 RBI in 44 contests. In 160 at bats he scored 19 runs, had 11 doubles, one triple, a .356 on base percentage, and a .506 slugging percentage for an .863 OPS.

Max Murphy Returning to St. Paul Saints to Tourch American Assocaition Pitching


The 27-year-old Max Murphy was on fire for the first part of the 2019 season, slugging .343 with 17 home runs, 43 RBI, 13 doubles, and one triple.

Mets Ink Local Long Island Product, Boston Collge Outfielder Joe Suozzi


A walk-on at Boston College, Suozzi slashed 414/.471/.638 with one home run and 16 RBI in 15 games as a senior in an NCAA-shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He put an exclamation point on the 2019 season by earning a spot on the ACC All-Tournament Team.

Sioux Falls Canaries Claim American Association Batting Champ Alay Lago in Dispersal Draft


Lago excelled with Sioux Falls, hitting a league-leading .339 and posting 386/.531 with 13 home runs, 30 doubles, and 57 RBIs last year. Plus, the Cuba native earned a Postseason All-Star selection as a second baseman.

Mets Sign 2 UDFA in Bradon Mcllwain, Drake Nightengale


Nightengale posted a 3.52 ERA with 91 whiffs, while Mcllwain hit a homer and swiped four bases this season.