By Connor Stalker, Utica Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.–The Blue Sox came into the night with a .500 record with full intention to surpass this mark for the first time since opening day. Watertown, on the other hand, has struggled mightily out of the gate with a 6-12 record. A win would not make
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.– The rain made for quite the opponent in the early going of tonight’s game as the forecast called for a flurry of storms to hit right around game time. The rain held off at the beginning of the game and the first pitch was officially recorded
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.–Last night, the Blue Sox hosted the Lumberjacks for the 4th time this season. Early on in the day, the game appeared to be a washout, however, hard work by the grounds crew, the sky clearing, and a pushed-back game time allowed the game to go on.
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer For the 3rd time in the early going, the Blue Sox traveled to Little Falls to take on their division rival, the Diamond Dawgs. Going into the game, the series was split at 1 win apiece. The Blue Sox looked to even out their record to 7-7, while
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Glens Falls, N.Y.—The Blue Sox traveled to Glens Falls to take on the 3-5 Glens Falls Dragons. Looking to rebound after losing a close game at home against Amsterdam, Utica handed the ball off to local Notre Dame High School product Tom Roefaro. Roefaro was electric on the
By Connor Stalker, Utica Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.–The Amsterdam Mohawks have started the summer red hot, leading the East Division at a 12-1 pace, setting a blistering tone in the early going. The Blue Sox, on the other hand, have put together a solid, if unspectacular effort starting the year off 5-6, good
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.– On the back of a 5 RBI performance from Pablo Santos, the Blue Sox handily defeated the Boonville Lumberjacks 14-7. After dropping their last meeting 4-3, the Blue Sox were out for revenge and hoped starting pitcher Daly Skees could help lead the charge. Earlier in
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Watertown, N.Y.– On the back of a strong outing by Holden de Jong, the Blue Sox took one from the Rapids on their home field. After losing a close one 5-3 earlier in the season, the Blue Sox got their revenge putting the Rapids away 6-1. Coach Delett
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Little Falls, N.Y.– The Blue Sox faced off against the Diamond Dawgs for the second time of the season, after winning a slugfest on their opening night 13-10. Coach Doug Delett and boys in the blue looked to do the same tonight, though their valiant effort fell short.
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Amsterdam, N.Y.– The Utica Blue Sox struggled mightily on the road against the Amsterdam Mohawks, losing their fourth game of the season 12-1. The game started off competitively, as Blue Sox starting pitcher Tom Roefaro kept the Mohawks’ bats in check. For the Mohawks, Carson Cotugno started the