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Wings flirt with no-hitter, shutout Bisons

Aaron Slegers fired six no-hit innings in his Triple-A debut before Buffalo recorded its first hit with two outs in the 8th inning as the Rochester Red Wings topped the Bisons 5-0 Tuesday afternoon at Coca-Cola Field. The Bisons (4-1) recorded the first hit off Trevor Hildenberger, who had recorded five outs in relief of Slegers (1-0) before Jason Leblebijian’s... more

Red Wings sweep doubleheader to start season 3-0

After a tremendous start to the 2017 season on Saturday, the Red Wings were back in action- and in the win column. In the first game of the doubleheader, the Wings triumphed over Syracuse, 6-2. The victory was paced by Ben Paulsen, who hit a three-run home run a day after hitting a grand slam in the opener. Kennys Vargas... more

Rochester Red Wings blank Syracuse in season opener

The Rochester Red Wings kicked off the 2017 season with a 10-0 road rout of the Syracuse Chiefs on Saturday, yet still have a losing record against the weather. After two consecutive postponements due to inclement weather on Thursday and Friday, both teams took the field for the first time at NBT Bank Stadium in Syracuse. Democrat & Chronicle: Read... more

Rochester Red Wings retain manager Mike Quade for 2017

The Rochester Red Wings announced the return of manager Mike Quade for the 2017 season via Twitter on Tuesday. “We as an organization are very excited to have Mike back leading the team,” said Red Wings General Manager Dan Mason. “He’s done a phenomenal job despite many roster moves throughout the last two seasons. He’s been able to keep us... more

Greenwood’s strong outing helps Wings edge Braves

The Rochester Red Wings (71-58) struck for three runs over the first two innings and held on for a 3-2 victory over the Gwinnett Braves (56-71) on Sunday afternoon at Coolray Field. Byron Buxton got the Red Wings off on the right foot, lacing a triple to left-center on the game’s first pitch from Stephen Janas (L, 2-2) and scoring... more
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