Brandon Jessee (LF) and Phil Oweimrin (RF) homered and grand-slammed respectively to power the Hounds past the Marlins 9-7, the knocks accounting for 7 of the 9 RBIs.
On a brisk Sunday morning at Winnemac, the Hounds and Jammers combined for a total of 23 hits, with the former claiming a bit over the majority for the 10-6 win in a game that never felt out of reach.
The Dodgers handed the Hounds their first lost of the season 5-7 Tuesday night at Simeon, thanks to a big fifth inning and an early shutdown of the field’s lights.
On a beautiful Sunday morning at Winnemac, the Hounds were able to overcome an early deficit and outhit their opponent 12 hits to 8 to keep their opening streak alive with a 9-7 victory.
In the first Winnemac game of the season on Tuesday afternoon, the Hounds erased an early deficit and held on long enough for a 6-5 win against the White Sox.
The 2023 Hounds picked up where they left off on a cold, rainy Sunday morning, routing the Blazers with a 12-0 win capped by a walk-off homer by team MVP Greg Sells.Continue reading “Foggy Sells Caps Foggy Opener with Homer”
Before seemingly all of their fandom, the Hounds scratched and clawed their way to their first ever championship in an extra inning barn burner under the Tuesday night lights of Ozinga Field.
The Electrons were held to 1 hit and 1 run, racking up 14 strikeouts, as the Hounds claimed victory in Game 1 of the K’s CMBA Championship Series at Ozinga Field Monday night.
After an intense 8 innings at Simeon, the Hounds came out on top 5-4 to advance to their first championship series in franchise history.
On a Sunday in which most of Chicagoland received significant rain, the skies above Winnemac Park remained dry enough to allow the required 7 innings of play for a 7-2 Hounds victory Sunday morning to even up the playoff series.