By Mario Cabral | Utica Blue Sox media relations intern January 22, 2019 UTICA, NY – The Utica Blue Sox will showcase one of their most talented rosters in franchise history for the upcoming 2019 season. With a bolstered roster containing top Division I talent and their first All-American to lead the way, the Utica 

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No one could have imagined that Utica’s PGCBL team would be a legitimate contender for a PGCBL title just two years after finishing with the worst record in PGCBL history at 9-36. Yet, here they were. Facing a perennial powerhouse in the West Division, the Elmira Pioneers, the Blue Sox took Game 1 in Elmira 

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The Utica Blue Sox earned the right to host a PGCBL playoff game for the first time ever in 2016 as they finished the regular season in second place in the West Division at 31-18 overall. They would face the third-place Jamestown Jammers, who had gone 29-20 in the regular season, at Murnane Field in 

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The 2016 season was so magical for a variety of reasons for the Utica Blue Sox. One of the predominant reasons as to why this was the case was because of the birth of “Walkoff City.” The team got their first walkoff win of the season on June 8 in the nightcap of a doubleheader 

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Khalyd Cox

Khalyd Cox arguably had the biggest bat in Blue Sox history. In his lone season in 2018, Cox had perhaps the most prolific season the organization had ever seen. He hit .368 in 44 games and eclipsed Taylor Olmstead’s franchise single-season home run record of seven by hitting nine. He was particularly dominant against one 

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Every great team usually has a fiery, emotional on-field leader. For the 2016 Blue Sox, that guy was Franklin Jennings. As the team’s leadoff hitter, he carried himself with the charisma and swagger of a team captain. And he played with the same level of charisma and swagger too. Jennings hit .312 with 17 RBIs 

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