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Doubledays wrap up season with Labor Day loss to Batavia at Falcon Park

Doubledays wrap up season with Labor Day loss to Batavia at Falcon Park
The Doubledays (30-46) were unable to play spoiler for the Muckdogs (41-35) on Monday. Their 7-0 loss not only ended Auburn’s season, but also clinched Batavia’s first playoff appearance since 2010. Lucas Knowles – the owner of a 2.57 ERA before today’s matchup – was hit hard early on against the Muckdogs. After allowing only two hits the entirety of... more

Doubledays Fall, 7-1, to Crosscutters

Doubledays Fall, 7-1, to Crosscutters
The Doubledays couldn’t make it two in a row after taking the latter game of Wednesday night’s doubleheader against the Crosscutters. A late-inning implosion on the mound led Auburn to fall, 7-1, (27-45) to Williamsport (31-41) on Thursday. Piggybacking starters didn’t go as expected for the Doubledays. Sterling Sharp — pitching in his second rehab outing with Auburn after injuring... more

Doubledays salvage one win at State College, return to Falcon Park Wednesday night

Doubledays salvage one win at State College, return to Falcon Park Wednesday night
On the cusp of losing their eighth straight contest after getting the short end of the stick during Sunday’s doubleheader against the Spikes, the Doubledays made sure they were heading into the All-Star break on a winning note. Auburn (22-40) came out on top of Monday night’s pitching duel against State College (33-31), shutting out the opposition for eight innings... more

Doubledays drop Sunday doubleheader to Spikes

Doubledays drop Sunday doubleheader to Spikes
The Doubledays found themselves in a prime position to take the first game of a doubleheader against the Spikes on Sunday. Though Fausto Segura had surrendered a two-run home run to cut Auburn’s lead to one in the seventh (and final) inning, his phenomenal track record this season proved that he was more than qualified to finish it. But, as... more

Doubledays drop fourth straight, 3-2, to Crosscutters

Doubledays drop fourth straight, 3-2, to Crosscutters
The Doubledays (21-37) dropped game 2 of their series against the Crosscutters (24-36) on Tuesday, 3-2, as their offense failed to get rolling against Williamsport’s arms. The game started off fast as both teams exchanged single runs in the first inning. Corbin Williams and Nate Fassnacht — who led off the contest with back-to-back singles — advanced on a sacrifice... more

Doubledays 2-hit by Williamsport on Wednesday night at Falcon

Doubledays 2-hit by Williamsport on Wednesday night at Falcon
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, the crowd at Falcon Park erupted as Jeremy Ydens poked a soft line drive into left field for a hit. The Doubledays were still trailing and nothing particularly big happened on the bases, but Ydens’ bloop single erased what would have been the second one-hitter thrown against the Doubledays in... more

Doubledays drop rubber game against Black Bears

Doubledays drop rubber game against Black Bears
The Doubledays (21-35) fell to the Black Bears (31-25) in a rain-shortened affair on Tuesday, dropping the rubber game to West Virginia in eight innings, 7-2.  Auburn starter Niomar Gomez struggled on the mound against the West Virginia offense. After allowing just one run over five strong innings his last outing against State College, Gomez was hit early and often... more

Doubledays drop game 2 against Black Bears in West Virginia

Doubledays drop game 2 against Black Bears in West Virginia
The Doubledays (21-34) couldn’t hold on to their early lead against the Black Bears on Monday, falling to West Virginia (30-25), 4-3. Tyler Dyson’s longest start of the season was also his finest. The fifth-round draft pick out of Florida went four innings of one-hit baseball to keep the Black Bears off the board and take some pressure off the... more

Bats, pitching carry Doubledays over West Virginia

Bats, pitching carry Doubledays over West Virginia
The Auburn bats (21-33) came alive against the Black Bears (29-25) on Sunday. Coupled with two stellar performances on the mound from Evan Lee and Gilberto Chu, the Doubledays ran away with a 7-1 win in their series opener against West Virginia. Lee’s longest outing for the Doubledays proved to be his most effective one yet. The reliever-turned-starting pitcher from... more

Randa homers in Doubledays win over State College

Randa homers in Doubledays win over State College
While a storm earlier in the afternoon put a damper on the pyrotechnics that were scheduled for after Tuesday’s game, Doubledays fans weren’t sent home without some fireworks. A Jake Randa bomb separated Auburn (20-30) from the Spikes (25-26), taking the series with a 5-1 win. Niomar Gomez – rewarded with his first win since June 21 – had himself... more

8th inning rally pushes Doubledays over State College

8th inning rally pushes Doubledays over State College
It took a while to get going, but when they did, the Doubledays’ bats did not disappoint. Auburn (19-30) defeated the Spikes (25-25) in a wild game that was decided in the late innings of the game. Doubledays starter Tyler Dyson began his night on a hot note by striking out four Spikes over his first two scoreless innings. He... more

Doubledays get 1-hit by Valley Cats

Doubledays get 1-hit by Valley Cats
With only two outs to work with in the ninth inning and zero hits recorded by the Doubledays, the dogs from the day’s Bark at the Park promotion we’re making more noise than the worried fans at Falcon Park. After being held to four hits on Friday and two on Saturday, getting no-hit would have been the worst way to... more

Doubledays drop series against Renegades; return to Auburn to face Tri-City

Doubledays drop series against Renegades; return to Auburn tonight
For the second night in a row, the Doubledays were put in an early hole they were not able to climb out of. Auburn (18-27) fell to the Renegades (26-18), 8-3, as the team was unable to overcome an early Hudson Valley lead. The Renegades hopped on the board with a commanding three-run lead in the first inning as Doubledays... more

Doubledays power past Hudson Valley

Doubledays power past Hudson Valley
After avoiding a Scrappers sweep with a 10-5 win on Sunday and an off day Monday, the Doubledays were hungry to get back on the field Tuesday against the Renegades. Auburn’s bats stayed hot despite the day off, carrying the Doubledays to a 6-4 win against Hudson Valley. The Doubledays wasted no time getting on the board and kicked off... more

Doubledays offense breaks out in win over Scrappers

Doubledays offense breaks out in win over Scrappers
After two straight nights of tough losses against the Scrappers, to be able to score 10 runs against Mahoning Valley was definitely what Auburn needed before their three-game road trip against the Renegades. The Doubledays 10-5 win not only showcased their bats, but also the versatility of pitcher Evan Lee, who was making his first professional start. Entering the contest... more

Doubledays split doubleheader in Williamsport

Doubledays split doubleheader in Williamsport
After getting rained out in two consecutive days, the Doubledays were finally able to hit the field for a doubleheader against the Crosscutters. Auburn finished the night with mixed results, taking Game 1, 3-1, with the help of timely hitting but dropping Game 2 by a score of 7-1. Rhett Wiseman let his bat do the talking in both games... more

Doubledays drop fourth straight game on Sunday

Doubledays drop fourth straight game on Sunday
After getting shut-out by the Muckdogs on Friday and being held scoreless through eight innings on Saturday, the Doubledays were given a shot in the arm with a leadoff home run by Rhett Wiseman to lead off Sunday’s game against the Black Bears. Coupled with a perfect start by Jackson Rutledge and an exceptional relief appearance by Todd Peterson, the... more
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