Results tagged ‘ Postgame post ’
This one’s not coming back!
Pregame Interview with Preston Gainey:
Postgame Comments (Courtesy of Jon Feyen):
— Communities (@CommunitiesONHS) June 4, 2014
NOTE: I updated the post with the tweet and the links about twenty minutes after originally publishing it.
Aramis Ramirez comments (Jerrad Radocay):
Matt Erickson comments (Jon Feyen):
Trevor Seidenberger comments (Jon Feyen):
Johnny Davis Comments (Jon Feyen):
There were some issues with the highlights loading onto YouTube. So, here are a bunch of photos by Ann Mollica.
It was all sunshine and puppies before the game today:
And Major Leaguers:
But, then it was all:
This game was basically one strike from being official. Then, the skies opened for a downpour that was…biblical.
The Rattlers and River Bandits will regroup and play on Monday. The suspended game will restart at 12:05pm. Michael Ratterree will be at second base with two outs and Jose Pena will be at the plate with a 1-2 count. There are two outs and the River Bandits lead 3-2
There will be a 30-minute break after the conclusion of that game. Then, there will be a 7-inning game to follow that one.
Post-appearance comments from Aramis Ramirez:
Matt Erickson’s Comments:
I’d have more, but – for some reason – it has taken me about 70 minutes to put this post together.
See you tomorrow morning.
Timber Rattlers Highlights:
Some Pregame Interviews from earlier this week:
Michael Ratterree (5/28):
Taylor Brennan (5/30):
Final 2 outs of the game:
I don’t have a lot to add to the game story. Just this…Did you know that four of the Timber Rattlers eight hits on Sunday were bunt singles?
And this…You can bunt three straight times and get run.
And this…Steve Halcomb tried to get a bunt down after the bunt singles by Francisco Castillo, Omar Garcia, and Johnny Davis. He popped back to the mound. That was four bunts in a row. Just for kicks Clint Coulter should have dropped one down just to see what would happen.
BUNT TO WIN!
I mentioned this story on the air today. But, wanted to share it on the blog.
Conrad Gregor of Quad Cities hit a home run on Saturday to put the River Bandits in front of the Cedar Rapids Kernels. That was just the start of the story.
Conrad Gregor’s first home run of the season was caught on the fly Saturday night by the happiest fan at Modern Woodmen Park.
As Gregor rounded the bases following a three-run blast which put Quad-Cities ahead to stay in its 5-2 Midwest League win over Cedar Rapids, the fan standing behind the wall in the right-center power alley pumped his arms in the air, proudly waving the ball for all in the crowd of 5,494 to see.
He had his reasons.
“That was my dad,’’ Gregor explained after the River Bandits finished off the three-game sweep of the Kernels.
Would’ve been better on Father’s Day….But, the Rattlers are in Quad Cities on Father’s Day…So…good thing it happened last night.
SHOW ME FIVE!
Just a few thoughts:
Victor Diaz has been ridiculously good and has run a scoreless streak out to 15-1/3 innings with six more scoreless innings on Thursday.
Anthony Banda had a roller coaster performance in 2-1/3 innings. In the seventh, he gave up two runs and it could have got away from him there, but he stranded three runners. In the eighth, he struck out the side in order and looked really, really good. But, the walk in the ninth started the game winning rally. The wild pitch allowed the winning run to go to third with one out and led to….
The Rattlers going to five infielders. But, it didn’t work out tonight. The coaches are doing whatever they can to get this thing turned around for the final 23 games of the first half.
The five infield formation wasn’t the only turn to the bizarre on Thursday.
The Timber Rattlers have a video intern who sets up cameras around the ballpark to record the players at bats and pitches and other things. It’s a teaching tool and many teams in the Midwest League have a video intern. He got on the bus after the game tonight and said, “Someone stole my centerfield camera tonight.”
Someone just walked around to the back of the outfield fence and took a pretty expensive camera without being seen or caught. It didn’t necessarily have to be a fan either. The back of the field is wide open to pedestrians and anyone can get back there. As long as they don’t stand on something to watch the game, there’s no problem….until tonight. If you are reading this in the Beloit area and see someone filming a birthday party with a camera that has T-RATS on the side….Ask, “Hey, there must be a pretty interesting story behind how you got that camera, eh?”
Ridiculous. It’s like a parallel universe down here.
Let’s end on an up note.
Congratulations to Omar Garcia:
— MiLB.com (@MiLB) May 22, 2014
Pre-doubleheader interview with Matt Erickson that aired between games:
Postgame Comments (Jon Feyen & Kyle Lobner):
Game 1 Highlights:
Game 2 Highlights: