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  • Slammers offer fans view of Blackhawks games

    Slammers offer fans view of Blackhawks games
    Theme nights and between-innings antics, staples of the Joliet Slammers' promotions calendar, have had unusual company for a few days. Using the new video board at Silver Cross Field, Joliet has been broadcasting live Blackhawks games in the Stanley Cup...
  • Joliet Slammers' Russell Moldenhauer making mark as DH, hitting coach

    Joliet Slammers' Russell Moldenhauer making mark as DH, hitting coach
    Drawing a blank in the batter's box has led to good results for Russell Moldenhauer. "When I'm doing well and hit a good ball, I try to revert back to what I was thinking,'' he said. "Most times when that happens I go, 'Crap, I didn't even know what was...
  • Joliet Slammers place first baseman Chris Serritella on suspended list

    Only 18 games into the 96-game schedule, the Joliet Slammers are missing one of their strongest hitters. Possibly for good. The Slammers put Chris Serritella on the Frontier League suspended list while the 25-year-old first baseman contemplates his...
  • Slammers hope there's no place like home

    In an era of complex baseball statistics, simple home and away numbers indicate the Joliet Slammers are at a crossroads this season. With 26 of the 35 games remaining until the All-Star break at Silver Cross Field, the Slammers could use the favorable...
  • RailCats hope Charle Rosario is good fit for rotation

    RailCats hope Charle Rosario is good fit for rotation
    GARY -- The four-man rotation isn't for everyone. Once the rule in professional baseball, it's now very much the exception. But it's been a staple for the RailCats since manager Greg Tagert arrived in 2005 and he has no intention of abandoning it. The...
  • Sydney Rudny's shootout goal lifts Sandburg to regional title

    Sydney Rudny was a big reason Sandburg was able to make it to a penalty-kick shootout Saturday, anchoring a defense that held off a hard-charging Andrew team for 100 minutes. In the shootout, Rudny got a chance to finish the job. The sophomore did not...
  • Providence High baseball eliminated by Santa Paula in CIF opener

    Providence High baseball eliminated by Santa Paula in CIF opener
    BURBANK — For a team that doesn't have any seniors, the Providence High baseball team made some strides this season. The Pioneers climbed a notch in the Liberty League en route to participating in the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs...
  • High School Baseball: Super helps Sage Hill advance

    High School Baseball: Super helps Sage Hill advance
    On the white dry erase board in the Sage Hill School dugout, Coach Dominic Campeau wrote "4 more to go." Four more to go as in the number of games Sage Hill must win to claim its first CIF Southern Section baseball title. The Lightning got the first one...
  • Joliet Slammers digging the long ball to start the season

    Chris Serritella launched two home runs in the second game of the season against Florence and Charlie White hit one in the series finale. Nate Roberts homered twice and Russell Moldenhauer and Serritella also circled the bases in Thursday's win over...
  • Local Roundup: Providence's Andy Jatis rules pole vault at sectional

    Local Roundup: Providence's Andy Jatis rules pole vault at sectional
    A high jumper at Oak Prairie Junior High in Lockport, Andy Jatis wasn't sold on track when he started at Providence. "I was actually more of a baseball player in junior high than a track guy, but my cousins got me to flip to track,'' Jatis said. "And I'...
  • Pitcher Jordan Guth looms large for Slammers

    At 6-foot-5, 205 pounds, Joliet Slammers pitcher Jordan Guth probably could have had success on a basketball court as well as on the mound. But it was another sport that drew his interest during the winter in high school. "I was actually a big...