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Doubledays continue to roll with win over West Virginia Black Bears

For a third straight game, the Auburn Doubledays limited the opposition to a pair of runs in a single inning. The Doubledays pulled ahead with three runs in the third inning and held on for a 4-2 victory despite the West Virginia Black Bears plating a pair of runs in the fifth Tuesday at Falcon Park. “It’s just good baseball.... more

Doubledays get off to fast start in win over Black Bears

Once the West Virginia Black Bears finally got on the scoreboard, the Auburn Doubledays answered emphatically. The Black Bears scored their first two runs in the top of the eighth but the Doubledays put up a four-spot in the bottom half, as Auburn routed West Virginia, 9-2, at Falcon Park Monday. For Doubledays manager Jerad Head, a fast start offensively... more

Doubledays drop final game of series to Connecticut

If you left your seat at any point during Sunday’s game against the Connecticut Tigers at Falcon Park to grab a hotdog or a pretzel, there’s a good chance you missed at least a few innings. Both teams came sprinting out of the box – with the game reaching the fifth inning only an hour after the first pitch was... more

Doubledays offense comes alive in win over Tigers

A summer storm swaying away from Falcon Park at the last minute was just one of the many bright spots on the day for the Doubledays. Coming off a 2-3 roadtrip where all five games were determined by one run, the Doubledays (20-18) were able to finally separate themselves against their competition with an explosive 11-5 win over the Connecticut... more

Doubledays split double-header with Tri-City

After Mother Nature forced a double-header on Wednesday, the last thing anybody on either team wanted to see was more rain. The Doubledays played two seven-inning games against the Tri-City ValleyCats that were once again delayed due to inclement weather. After it was all said and done following an hour-plus rain delay, Auburn (19-18) and Tri-City (22-16) split the doubleheader... more

Doubledays drop series opener to Tri-City in extras

The Doubledays were forced into extra innings for the second time in as many days Tuesday night against the ValleyCats. And just like a case of deja vu, Auburn walked the bases loaded in the bottom of the 10th to open up the possibility of a double play. But while a hit-by-pitch drove in the winning run for the Spikes... more

Doubledays fall in extra innings at State College

In an extra-inning affair that didn’t see a run scored until the 10th inning, the State College Spikes – specifically their pitching staff- reigned supreme. Auburn’s arm outdueled the Spikes all night long, but after nine strong frames and their first two runs scored in the top of the inning, the Doubledays bullpen failed to hold off a three-run 10th... more

Doubledays pitching staff shuts down State College Spikes

Aaron Fletcher, Colin Morse and Angel Guillen combined to throw a three-hitter in the Auburn Doubledays’ 4-0 victory over the State College Spikes at Lubrano Park Friday. Fletcher gave up a one hit and a walk over the first three innings before Colin Morse tossed a perfect fourth. Angel Guillen earned the victory by striking out four and allowing two... more

Auburn bats come alive in win over Scrappers

Doubledays starter Tim Cate – after three solid innings of work to start the game – began to struggle in his fourth inning of work against the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. He was entering uncharted territory as his longest outing to that point had been 3.1 innings, and, pitching in Auburn for the first time in his four starts, it appeared... more

Doubledays drop 2nd in a row to 1st place Mahoning Valley

The Doubledays couldn’t ask for a better start against the Scrappers with a 4-run inning – highlighted by a Jamori Blash three-run home run – gave Auburn a commanding lead to start off the contest and hinted at big things to come in the game from the Doubledays bats. But Auburn quickly learned: It’s not how you start. It’s how... more

Doubledays drop series opener to Scrappers

The Doubledays’ offense folded under pressure in a series that could ultimately determine first place in the Pinckney Division. Auburn only managed to tally three runs on 10 hits – with three errors made by their opposition – in a 5-3 loss to the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. The Doubledays struck early and put up a two-spot in the first inning... more

Doubledays take rubber game in Monday matinee at Aberdeen

The Doubledays’ offense finally erupted during their Game 3 matchup against the IronBirds after fighting tooth-and-nail for runs this past series. Timely hitting, solid pitching, and help from a pair of Aberdeen errors helped secure Auburn it’s 8-2 rubber game win over the Iron Birds. There was no shortage of big hits for Auburn throughout the afternoon. After two walks... more

Doubledays pitching holds off Aberdeen in win

The Doubledays offense got out in front early on a beautiful and sunny Sunday afternoon in Aberdeen. After struggling with drawing first blood for the past few series, Auburn’s early offensive bursts during the game’s first two innings were enough for the Doubledays pitching staff to take over. Auburn held on to a 3-2 win over the IronBirds behind Aaron... more

Auburn Doubledays drop series opener to IronBirds

The Auburn Doubledays scored a pair of runs in the seventh inning, but fell to the Aberdeen IronBirds 8-2 at Ripken Stadium Saturday. Auburn’s Jacob Rhinesmith recorded two hits and a run, while Telmito Agustin, Carson Shaddy (double, run), Jamori Blash, Cody Wilson (RBI) and Jose Sanchez each had one hit. Washington Nationals second-rounder Tim Cate took the loss for... more

Doubledays can’t capitalize on chances in extra innings loss to Spinners

Auburn sent the game to extra innings, but Lowell had its best inning of the day in the 10th. The Spinners batted around and plated three runs on four hits to top the Doubledays, 8-5, at Falcon Park Friday. With the win, Lowell sweeps the three-game series. The Doubledays loaded the bases in both the seventh and eighth, but only... more

Auburn, CCC discuss $3M project at Falcon Park

The city of Auburn and Cayuga Community College are in the process of negotiating a deal that would require the city to make $3 million in upgrades to Falcon Park and allow the college to have greater use of the park’s facilities and expand its athletic offerings. City Manager Jeff Dygert and CCC President Brian Durant shared details about the project... more

Auburn Doubledays suffer another setback in loss to Lowell

A mostly lifeless performance on offense guarantees that the Auburn Doubledays will lose their second straight home series. The Doubledays had no answer for Lowell starter Eduard Bazardo, leading to a 6-1 loss to the Spinners Thursday at Falcon Park. Overall, Auburn was held to four hits. Facing Bazardo for the first six innings, Auburn went down in order four... more

Doubledays load bases in ninth but can’t complete comeback against Lowell

It’s been rare that the Auburn Doubledays have needed runs in the ninth inning at home this season. Facing that situation in the series opener against Lowell, the Doubledays submitted a valiant effort but fell one hit short. Auburn dropped a 6-4 contest to the Spinners Wednesday at Falcon Park in an uncommon home defeat. The Doubledays entered the contest... more
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