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  • IronPigs manager Brundage knows all about losing streaks, trade deadlines

    IronPigs manager Brundage knows all about losing streaks, trade deadlines
    Dave Brundage has experience with losing streaks. He managed the 2008 Richmond Braves, who were victims to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs' inaugural win on April 14. That R-Braves team, which included current IronPig Jo Jo Reyes, finished 15 games below...
  • IronPigs end 10-game losing streak in dramatic fashion

    IronPigs end 10-game losing streak in dramatic fashion
    Lehigh Valley was six outs away from making franchise history. Instead, the IronPigs equaled their second-largest comeback in their seven-year existence by scoring eight runs on eight hits. Maikel Franco, who had a costly error earlier in the game,...
  • IronPigs All-Star break report one of several records

    Tyler Henson hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in a career-high seven runs during a May 4 win at Gwinnett, which was part of Lehigh Valley's stretch of 11 victories in 15 games — the IronPigs' best run so far in 2014. There have...
  • IronPigs roughed up in first game of second half

    Tyler Henson brought a seven-game hitting streak into the second half of the IronPigs season. He left Thursday's game in a fit of rage after being called out on strikes by home plate umpire Chad Whitson in the bottom of the sixth inning. Gone, too,...
  • Martin a bright spot in another IronPigs blowout loss to Chiefs

    First, Ethan Martin didn't pitch from June 7 with the Phillies until June 23 with the IronPigs. He lost his rhythm and his confidence in those 15 days of inactivity. Martin appears to have regained both. The 25-year-old right-hander had his fourth...
  • IronPigs: 10 things to watch for during season's second half

    On an otherwise calm June 22 night at Coca-Cola Park, Lehigh Valley was in the midst of blowing an early lead when the wind kicked up in the final inning of the game against Columbus. Closer Luis Garcia, who hadn't given up an earned run since the...
  • For second straight day, Orioles' comeback falls short in 6-5 loss to Phillies

    For second straight day, Orioles' comeback falls short in 6-5 loss to Phillies
    SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez was roughed up for four runs over two innings in his second spring start as the club lost, 6-5, to the Philadelphia Phillies at Ed Smith Stadium in front of an announced 7,010. After seven straight...
  • Orioles RHP Ubaldo Jimenez roughed up in second spring outing

    Orioles RHP Ubaldo Jimenez roughed up in second spring outing
    SARASOTA, Fla. – Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez’s second spring training start didn’t go nearly¬†as well as his first. After retiring all six hitters he faced, including three on strikeouts, in his spring debut against the...
  • Abreu raises batting average, MAG's sore shoulder and where's Rollins?

     
    Bobby Abreu has a big day Heading into Wednesday’s game against Baltimore, Bobby Abreu was hitting just .150. The recently turned 40-year-old went 2-for-3, including a triple, with a run scored and a walk against the Orioles and has now raised his...
  • Roster decisions in Philadelphia, minor leagues are jigsaw puzzles for little longer

    Philadelphia's roster is like that 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle my grandmother and great-grandmother always had on their kitchen table: Finding those few pieces to bring it all together often was difficult. A couple of those pieces to the Phillies puzzle...
  • C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era

    C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era
    On the day baseball once again toughened its drug policy, Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson said he hoped the latest revisions might put a stop to the use of performance-enhancing drugs within the sport. "Hopefully, this is really a padlock that kind of closes...