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
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Boonville, N.Y.– The Blue Sox traveled to Boonville for a Sunday evening game against the Lumberjacks. Coming into the game, the Blue Sox had been on a two-game losing skid, including a tough extra-innings loss to Oneonta on Saturday night in the home opener. After a disappointing 1-2
By Connor Stalker, Blue Sox Staff Writer Utica, N.Y.—The Utica Blue Sox lost in heartbreaking fashion in their home opener. Avery Cook started on the mound for the Sox and pitched brilliantly through four innings, striking out 6, while allowing no hits and 1 earned run. Unfortunately, his efforts were not enough as the Outlaws
By Connor Stalker, Staff Writer Watertown, N.Y.– After starting out hot in the season opener, the Blue Sox bats slumped managing only 3 runs on 8 hits after torching the Diamond Dawgs pitching the night before. On the flip side, Blue Sox pitching held the Rapids’ bats to 8 hits, though timely hitting allowed
By Connor Stalker, Staff Writer Little Falls, N.Y.–The PGCBL season is officially upon us, and this year’s Blue Sox club came out swinging. St. Rose righthanded pitcher Chris Palmer started the game on the mound for Mohawk Valley, while southpaw Holden de Jong a freshman from NJIT took the ball for the Blue Sox.
By: James Boss, Staff Writer UTICA, N.Y. — The Utica Blue Sox are bringing in a lot of new faces to their pitching staff this season as they expect to have one of the best stables of arms in the PGCBL. The senior right-handed pitcher from Limestone University, Alex Canino, represents one of
UTICA, N.Y.– This summer’s crop of outfielders looks to make an immediate impact for the Utica Blue Sox. The addition of a popular local athlete and a fan-favorite returner should make for an exciting group roaming the outfield grass at Murnane. The first name on this list should not be a surprise for
UTICA, N.Y.– It’s a new season and there’s a new set of backstops for the Utica Blue Sox. After a strong offensive season from the Utica catchers a year ago, the team looks to reload at the position this year. First up is Greg Kopp. Kopp is coming off a dominant sophomore season at
By: Connor Stalker, Staff Writer UTICA, NY– With the Blue Sox season right around the corner, it is time to preview this summer’s roster. First off, we will look at the infielders. This core of infielders looks to be a strength for this year’s squad, including a strong mix of veteran ballplayers and young,
Andrew Davino, Head coach, has recently made a move from the Boonville Baseball Team to the Utica Blue Sox staff. This transfer has created a buzz in the baseball world, as Davino was a key coach for the Boonville team and contributed greatly to their success. Davino, who is known for his exceptional coaching skills
The 2023 PGCBL Schedule for the Utica Blue Sox will be released soon.