STAFF BLOG ASTRO BOB A ballgame played in the night sky
The moon's back in the west tonight but very low especially from the northern U.S., where it sets about a half hour after sunset. Look for a wiry crescent around and shortly after sunset. Being so c... Posted on 8/19/12 at 12:44 PM
TWINS FOCUS MRI Reveals Torn UCL for Joel Zumaya
Multiple sources are reporting that the MRI Joel Zumaya had this morning revealed a torn UCL in his right elbow. A torn UCL will mean Tommy John surgery and that he will not pitch in the 2012 season.
... Posted on 2/26/12 at 1:44 PM
The Hudson Boosters sponsor the Challenger Baseball League — a baseball league for area youths with special needs. This long running program is an opportunity for boys and girls of all ages with special needs to participate in a Sunday evening summer baseball league.
Last year the Raider baseball team advanced further into the postseason than any other school in the Big Rivers Conference, reaching the WIAA sectional semifinals while posting a record of 16-9 overall. With six starters back, including five All-BRC players, expectations are high for the 2013 Raider squad.
The Hudson Boosters offer two types of programs for baseball and softball: in-house and traveling. New this year, the Hudson Booster in-house programs will be determined by current grade of player at registration versus the age of the player. This year there will not be a registration night as in years past.
Opinion As we sit in the depth of winter, my youngest son Darrin and I attended TwinsFest on a recent Sunday afternoon and, despite the snow falling outside, the event got us into a “spring” and “baseball” frame of mind.
Hudson Booster traveling baseball will conduct interviews for anyone that is interested in coaching a 10-14-year-old traveling team. Those interested should contact Craig Jilek at Jilekct@hudson.k12.wi.us.
Two Hudson errors led to five unearned runs in the second inning for Prescott as the Pirates rolled to a 10-0, eight-inning win over the River Rats in the St. Croix Valley Baseball League finale for both teams last Saturday in Prescott.
Wisconsin Sports General Manager Doug Melvin was waiting to see if the Brewers could play themselves back into contention, but after going 4-8 after the All-Star break and losing six straight, the Brewers are now nine and a half games out in the Wild Card race and 13 and a half back in their division.
Ryan Erickson cracked a single in between the short stop and third baseman to lead off the Hudson Storm’s Gopher State 11AA league game against Mahtomedi. Everyone in the crowd cheered, from both sides.
The Hudson River Rats dropped a 5-4, 10-inning heartbreaker to the Hager City Skeeters Saturday in Hager City, but got back to .500 and kept their postseason hopes alive with an 8-4 victory over the Elmwood Expos Sunday at Grandview Park.
Wisconsin Sports The Milwaukee left-fielder drove home the game’s first run with a double over the head of Toronto right-fielder Jose Bautista. Braun then scored on a three-run triple by Pablo Sandoval of San Francisco.
The Hudson River Rats snapped a three-game losing streak by putting together three straight wins over the weekend, including a pair of St. Croix Valley Baseball League victories at Ellsworth and Spring Valley.
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