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Buffalo Bisons announce All-Star Game updates - Blog

Posted by jkirch on May 27, 2012 - 7:56pm

 The days are counting down until the 25th annual Triple-A All-Star Game at Coca-Cola Field on Wednesday, July 11. With excitement building for the return of the game to Buffalo, the Bisons recently made several announcements concerning All-Star festivities that the baseball fans of Western New York are sure to enjoy.
First of all, there are less than 7,000 tickets remaining for the game. The remaining tickets are all in the reserved seating sections as there are no party areas or luxury suites available for the All-Star Game or the Home Run Derby.

BASEBALL MONTH IN ROCHESTER TO BENEFIT ADDITIONAL LOCAL NOT-FOR-PROFITS - Press Release

Posted by admin on May 16, 2012 - 6:52pm

 ROCHESTER, NY – Red Wings pitcher Anthony Slama, infielder Michael Hollimon, and members of the Red Wings front office tonight begin raising money for additional not-for-profit organizations as part of Baseball Month in Rochester. Twenty-six Rochester area not-for-profits are already benefitting from a raffle at each of the 26 games during Baseball Month in Rochester. Thirty-six different groups will now benefit from the charitable efforts of the month-long initiative.

Bryce Harper Comes to Frontier Field - Blog

Posted by Matthew Young on April 26, 2012 - 12:11am

The Rochester Red Wings were 9-8 coming into the Syracuse game on Wednesday, April 25th, and were looking to take a two game leap over a .500 record. The first inning saw Syracuse pitcher John Lannan walk in the first run of the game after he loaded the bases with no outs. A second run was scored after Joe Benson hit into a double play.
 

Brian Dozier Leads the IL in Batting Average - Blog

Posted by Matthew Young on April 12, 2012 - 2:56pm

Brian Dozier, the Rochester Red Wings shortstop, is currently leading the International League with a batting average of .524. While there is very little chance that Dozier can maintain this pace, it bodes very well for the Wings who are currently sitting near the top of their Division with a 5-2 record. With such consistency on the team, the Wings look like they have a player that will continue to produce for the entire season.

Mets Announce Bisons 2012 Coaching Staff - Story

Posted by Anonymous on February 16, 2012 - 8:59pm

 February 16, 2012 –The New York Mets today announced the Bisons’ 2012 coaching staff that will join manager Wally Backman in Buffalo. MARK BREWER will serve as the team’s new pitching coach and GEORGE GREER will be the Herd’s new hitting coach. Athletic trainer JOE GOLIA returns for his second season with the Bisons.

A Pair of Homers Help Bisons Sweep Red Wings - Blog

Posted by Thomas Wilkie on August 29, 2011 - 11:26pm

In front of 9,961 fans, the Bisons were looking to sweep the Rochester Red Wings in their two game series at Coca-Cola Field.

The Red Wings, who have struggled as of late with runners in scoring position, did not take long to get on the board. In the top of the first, after a lead-off single and stolen base by Brandon Roberts, Ray Chang singled to left field to score Roberts, giving the Rochester the early 1-0 lead.

Buffalo Bisons vs Toledo Mud Hens - Photo

Posted by nicco2752 on August 19, 2011 - 11:22pm

Buffalo Bisons vs Toledo Mudhens 8-18-2011

“Family Battle” at the Ballpark - Blog

Posted by Thomas Wilkie on August 19, 2011 - 12:19am

It was a family affair Thursday night as the Bisons took on the Toledo Mud Hens in front of nearly 8,000 fans at Coca-Cola Field. What made this night interesting was that the Mud Hens pitcher, Shawn Teufel, was making his Triple-A debut against his father, Bisons’ manager, Tim Teufel.

The Mud Hens got on the scoreboard in the top of the third, which was all started with a swinging bunt by Scott Thorman. After another single, and a walk, the Mud Hens had the bases loaded, and were able to score 4 runs after a walk, a single, and a fielder’s choice.

Buffalo Battles, but Comes up Short - Blog

Posted by Thomas Wilkie on July 29, 2011 - 9:39am

Trying to get something going before they head on a ten game road trip, the Bisons took on the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees Thursday night at Coca-Cola Field, in front of 9,779 fans. South-Paws took the mound for both teams; Mark Cohoon for the herd, and Greg Smith for the Yankees.

After a scoreless first, the Yankees struck first in the top of the second after two, two-out doubles by Jordan Parraz and Luis Nunez. The herd was unable to capitalize in the bottom of the frame, after a lead-off walk to Jason Botts, and a base-hit by Josh Satin.

Bisons Fall in Series Opener - Blog

Posted by Thomas Wilkie on July 23, 2011 - 12:03am

With the temperature close to 90º at the start of game time, the Bisons looked to heat up on the first of an eight-game home stand in front of over 10,000 fans, after a mediocre 4-4 record since the all-star break.

Getting the start for the herd was all-star, Chris Schwinden, who entering the game, led the Bisons with 18 starts, 6 wins, 3.31 ERA, and 88 strikeouts.

Pawtucket took the early lead in the top of the first with a 2-run home run by Ryan Lavarnway, and in the bottom of the frame, the heard was shut down 1-2-3, being struck out twice by Pawtucket pitcher, Matt Fox.

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