2019 PGCBL All-Star Game ends in tie

2019 PGCBL All-Star Game ends in tie
The West Division All-Stars rallied to score two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to force a 5-5 draw in the 2019 PGCBL All-Star Game in Saugerties, New York. The All-Star Game was hosted by the Saugerties Stallions at Cantine Field. The West Division started the game with a flurry of runs in the top of the first... more

PGCBL unveils new playoff format for 2018 season

The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League has officially announced its new playoff structure, finalizing the road the league’s 13 teams will need to travel to claim the PGCBL Championship. In the new format, seven teams will advance to a three-round postseason. At season’s end, the top two teams in each of the three divisions will advance to the playoffs. Additionally,... more

Former Geneva Senators player Johnny Jones visits McDonough Park

McDonough Park in Geneva recently played host to former Geneva Senators player Johnny Jones and his family. Jones was a catcher and played at McDonough Park in 1968. He was visiting from Tennessee and was here on vacation. The Geneva Senators were a minor league baseball team that played in the New York-Penn League from 1963-1972. They were an affiliate... more

Geneva season ends at hands of Elmira Pios in PGCBL first round

The Elmira Pioneers defeated the Geneva Red Wings in the first round of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League Playoffs on Tuesday night at McDonough Park in Geneva, running away with the victory 12-2. Elmira starting pitcher Houston Roth set the tone early with 11 strikeouts, allowing 1 earned run on 2 hits in 5 innings on the mound. Offensively,... more

Geneva Red Wings set to host “loser-goes-home” PGCBL Playoff opener

In front of a record 2017 crowd, and in the last game of the regular season, Geneva Red Wings outfielder and Japan import Yohei Ishiyama raced home in the bottom of the tenth inning to walk off on the Elmira Pioneers and secure hosting rights for the first round of the PGCBL playoffs. The Pioneers (27-23) jumped out on top... more

Geneva & Newark split Thursday night doubleheader at Colburn

The Newark Pilots and Geneva Red Wings split a double header at Colburn Park. Geneva took game one 4-0 to improve their record to 28-19. Alex Bellardini (Youngstown State) picked up his sixth win, going 6 scoreless frames, striking out 3. Chris Vitale (Erie CC) took the loss. In game two, Newark won 6-4 to improve their record to 19-28.... more

Red-hot Pilots win rain shortened game over Geneva at Colburn Park

The Newark Pilots defeated the Geneva Red Wings 2-0 in a rain shortened, 5 inning contest. The win runs the Pilots winning streak up to 6 in a row, and runs their record to 17-26. The loss drops Geneva to 26-18. Peng-Fei Wang (Vanung, Taiwan) earned his first win, going 5 innings, surrendering 2 hits, 1 walk, and striking out... more

Geneva falls to league leading Jammers in bottom of the ninth

The Jamestown Jammers win a thrilling game as Alex O’Donnell (Mercyhurst) rips of a 2-run double down the right field line to win the game 5-4 in the bottom of the 9th. The Jammers improve to 28-11 (1st in West Division) and Geneva Red Wings fall to 23-16 (2nd in West Division). The Red Wings jumped out to an early... more

Geneva Red Wings hold off Jamestown in 14 inning contest

After 14 innings of play last night at McDonough Park in Geneva, what separated the Red Wings (19-15) from the Jammers (26-7) was a Dominic Toso (Bucknell) RBI single to left. In the bottom of the third inning, scoring started with a Matt Collins (Cornell) solo home run over the left field fence. The Wings tacked on another single run... more

Newark tops Geneva on Monday night at McDonough

On Monday evening in Geneva, the visiting Pilots (10-24) captured a 5-4 victory over the hosting Red Wings (18-15). The Pilots took a 3-0 lead over the Red Wings in the top of the first inning and never looked back. Mark McKenna (Canisius) and Hunter Wells (Tyler J.C.) both scored on wild pitches for the first two runs of the... more

Jammers beat Red Wings 11-1 in Geneva

On Thursday, July 6th, the visiting Jamestown Jammers (24-5) defeated the hosting Geneva Red Wings (18-11) by a final tally of 11-1. Jamestown started off hot, scoring in their first five offensive frames. Four different Jammers finished the night with three hits or more, including catcher Christ Conley (Canisius), Ben Brookover (UTSA), Skyler Valentine (UTSA), and John Conti (Canisius). The... more

Geneva outlasts Newark to win in walk-off fashion

The fireworks from the 4th of July carried over to McDonough Park on Wednesday night, as the Geneva Red Wings (18-10) defeated the Newark Pilots (7-23) in a way that was really only appropriate for the nature of the 10 inning ballgame. In a contest that featured three lead changes, 19 combined runs and 30 combined hits, the stats column... more

Toso Collects 4 Hits, Geneva beats Oneonta 4-2

For the fifth time in a row, the Geneva Red Wings (14-6) were winners on Sunday afternoon at McDonough Park in Geneva, New York. In this contest, they would defeat the Oneonta Outlaws (6-13) by a final score of 4-2. Geneva would start hot, scoring 3 runs in the first 2 innings. The first three batters would reach by way... more

Newark hands Geneva their first home loss

The Geneva Red Wings (7-3) suffered their first defeat at home on Wednesday night at the hands of their division rival, the Newark Pilots. Newark took a quick 3-0 lead on the Wings in the top of the first inning, which is where things stayed until the bottom of the fourth inning. In the frame, Geneva tied the ballgame with... more

Geneva Red Wings get ready for 2017 season

The boys of summer are back! The Geneva Red Wings are returning in the summer of 2017 for their second season as part of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League at historic McDonough Park. Opening day is set for Friday, June 2nd, 2017 as the Red Wings take on the Newark Pilots. The game is at 7:05 pm. There will... more

WEBER: Bob Ohmann on the 2017 Newark Pilots & Geneva Red Wings baseball season (podcast)

Newark Pilots and Geneva Red Wings owner Bob Ohmann is in-studio to talk about the upcoming Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League season which kicks-off next Thursday, June 1st. You know summer is here when they’re playing ball at Colburn Park and MacDonough Park. Check out Monday afternoon’s live edition of Weber This Week below… AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more
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