Bradenton Times News Articles
The Marauders (5-7) plated two late runs but could not come all the way back from a six-run deficit in a 6-2 loss to Charlotte (8-4) on Monday night. RHP Felipe Gonzalez (0-2) pitched five innings and allowed four hits in the loss.more»
The Jupiter Hammerheads (4-7) snapped the Marauders’ (5-6) winning streak at three games, taking Sunday’s contest 7-2. The Hammerheads scored the game’s final five runs after the Marauders had drawn even 2-2 through five innings.
The Marauders (5-5) got strong pitching and a huge day at the plate from 1B Edwin Espinal to down the Jupiter Hammerheads (3-7) 4-1 on Saturday night at McKechnie Field. Espinal finished a triple shy of the cycle, going 3-for-3 and driving in three runs.
The Bradenton Marauders (4-5) have won consecutive games after blistering the Jupiter Hammerheads (3-6) 11-6 on Friday night at McKechnie Field. Bradenton led by as many as eight runs and never faced the tying run even as Jupiter plated four straight runs in the seventh and eighth innings.
The Bradenton Marauders (3-5) earned a series split in Dunedin against the Blue Jays (4-4) as three pitchers teamed on a 6-0 three-hitter. RHP Frank Duncan (W, 1-0), RHP Isaac Sanchez, and RHP Ryan Hafner combined to retire the final 16 Jays batters in order.more»
The Bradenton Marauders (2-4) rallied from a 5-3 deficit to tie the game 5-5 in the ninth, but fell 6-5 on Wednesday evening at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium against Dunedin (4-3). Roemon Fields knocked in the winning run against RHP Clario Perez in the bottom of the ninth.more»
The Bradenton Marauders (2-4) exploited bouts of wildness by Jairo Labourt (L, 1-1) to plate four runs in the first inning, then cruised to a 7-1 win. Labourt walked three and committed an error while facing just six batters and retiring one.more»
The Bradenton Marauders' SS JaCoby Jones blasted a three-run home run and had an RBI double, but the Dunedin
Blue Jays took Monday’s series opener 9-6. C Reese McGuire went 3-for-5 at the plate and scored a run for the Marauders.more»
The Bradenton Marauders (1-3) got in the win column with a come-from-behind 7-5 win over the Mets at McKechnie Field on Sunday. Wyatt Mathisen blasted a game-tying triple with two outs in the sixth to erase a 5-4 deficit. He scored on Michael Fransoso’s single two batters later. A balk in the inning put Bradenton on top by the final margin.more»
The Tampa Bay Rowdies knocked off the defending North American Soccer League (NASL) champions, the San Antonio Scorpions, on Saturday night, and playing a large role in the 3-1 victory was defender Stefan Antonijevic, who was named NASL Player of the Week on Monday.more»