Category Archives: Montgomery Biscuits

Syndergaard sharp in MLB debut, but Mets lose to Cubs

Former Lansing Lugnuts RHP Noah Syndergaard made his long-awaited major-league debut for the New York Mets on Tuesday, and he looked sharp for most of his outing. Syndergaard pitched five shutout innings before running out of gas in the 6th. … Continue reading

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Snell’s scoreless streak reaches 33 innings

Tampa Bay Rays prospect Blake Snell pitched six shutout innings for the Montgomery Biscuits on Thursday, extending his season-opening scoreless streak to 33 innings. It was his second Double-A start after beginning the season in High-A with the Charlotte Stone Crabs. … Continue reading

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MWL alumni report: Memorable MLB debuts for Perez, Rosario

Which is more impressive, hitting a walk-off home run in your MLB debut, or homering on the first pitch you see as a major-leaguer? There is no definitive answer to that question, but fans can debate it after seeing both events … Continue reading

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Mateo throws no-hitter; Guillon pitches 6 hitless innings

Tampa Bay Rays prospect Victor Mateo threw a no-hitter for the Double-A Montgomery Biscuits on Saturday, two years after pitching one for the Bowling Green Hot Rods. When Mateo no-hit the Lake County Captains in 2011, it was a 7-inning … Continue reading

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Appel wins first game as pro; Jokisch throws no-hitter

Quad Cities River Bandits RHP Mark Appel earned his first professional win Tuesday after throwing five full innings in a game for the first time as a Houston Astros farmhand. Appel, the top pick in this year’s draft, is on a pitch count … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Sanchez no-hits Lansing

Clinton LumberKings RHP Victor Sanchez no-hit the Lansing Lugnuts tonight, throwing all 9 innings of the 1-0 game. He struck out eight batters and walked none. His only blemish came in the 1st inning when he hit Dalton Pompey with … Continue reading

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Clinton’s Shipers no-hits West Michigan

The last time a no-hitter was thrown in the Midwest League, the Clinton LumberKings were the victims. On Wednesday, it was their turn to do the no-hitting. LumberKings lefty Jordan Shipers threw all nine innings of the no-hitter against the … Continue reading

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