By Joe Crossley LJ Bryant and Brenton Phillips have been lifelong teammates, as they played together at Lee County High School, worked their way to each end up playing at Andrew College in Randolph County, Georgia, and will lace it up side by side with the Utica Blue Sox this upcoming summer. The duo from Andrew
By Joe Crossley Several Blue Sox’ players had an impressive weekend. Josh Hatcher had five hits in a series against Florida. He has now started the last five games for Mississippi State. Ryan Enos totaled six hits and four RBIs in his first three conference games of the season. Tyler Simon played his best baseball
By Mario Cabral | Utica Blue Sox media relations intern January 21, 2019 UTICA, NY – Doug Delett has already led the Blue Sox as a player and pitching coach, but now he’s making the move up to lead the team as the new head coach for this upcoming season. Working with more prestigious schools
By Joe Crossley It may not seem like baseball season in Utica just yet, but Blue Sox players are getting into the beginning of their college seasons. This week’s big highlight came from Georgia Highland sophomore outfielder Malik Spratling. The sophomore crushed two home runs against Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on March 6, which helped lead
The Utica Blue Sox have added Joe Crossley to their internship staff for the 2019 season. Crossley will be interning in the communications department for the Blue Sox organization, staying up to date with all college games Blue Sox’ players participate in. Crossley is a senior at Whitesboro High School and will graduate this June.
The Utica Blue Sox have added Dominick Pfisterer to their intern team for the 2019 season. Pfisterer will work in the communications department, focusing on marketing and public relations for the Blue Sox. “I’m really excited to be in Utica this summer and work for the Blue Sox,” Pfisterer said. “Growing up, baseball has always