Sox Scribbles: Seventh Heaven

The Sky Sox finally broke through against Sacramento River Cats, winning the series finale Tuesday night 12-9 behind a season-high seven home runs. Five of their seven home runs came in the first two innings against River Cats starter Carlos Hernandez. For the second consecutive night Willy Taveras led off the Sky Sox first inning with a…

Blackmon To Rockies

Charlie Blackmon was officially promoted to the Rockies this afternoon, joining former Sky Sox Rex Brothers, Chris Nelson, Eric Young Jr., Clayton Mortensen, and Greg Reynolds on the big league club. Blackmon had been enjoying a tremendous season with the Sox,  leading the PCL in at bats (243) and hits (82), tied for third in extra-base hits…

Sox Scribbles: Sacramento Swoon

Adrian Cardenas went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI as the Sacramento River Cats defeated the Sky Sox 12-10 Sunday afternoon.   Entering tonight’s game against Sacramento, the Sox have lost 10 of their last 11 games against the River Cats dating back to July 30th of the 2010 season. Overall the Sox are 5-17…

Sox Scribbles: Cat Scratch Fever

The Sky Sox dropped game one of their four game series with the Sacramento River Cats Saturday by a score of 5-3. The Sox missed an opportunity to blow the game open in the first as they loaded the bases with nobody out. Ian Stewart sent a 3-2 pitch screaming down the right field line…

Sox Scribbles: Road Warriors

The Sox won defeated the Fresno Grizzlies 5-3 Friday night to win just their second road series of the year. The win capped a string of seven wins against the Grizzlies in eight games. With the score knotted at two apiece in the seventh, Josh Fields delivered a bases loaded double for the winning runs…

Aaron Cook Note

With his win in Thursday’s 9-3 victory over Fresno, Aaron Cook now ranks third for longest amount of time between wins in a Sky Sox uniform. The last time that Cook won a game for the Sky Sox was on July 25th, 2005 in a home game against Tacoma making it 5 years, 10 months,…

Sox Scribblies: Fun In Fresno

Rockies starter Aaron Cook pitched 7.0 solid innings while picking up a win in his final rehab tune-up as the  Sky Sox defeated the Grizzlies 9-3 Thursday night. With the win, the Sox have now notched consecutive road victories for only the second time this season, with the only other occurrence coming on April 21st-22nd at…

Sox Scribbles: Road Woes In Fresno

The Sky Sox dropped game one of their four-game road series with the Fresno Grizzlies 8-7 Tuesday night. The Sox were unable to hold a 6-4 sixth inning lead, surrendering three runs in the inning as the Grizzlies jumped ahead 7-6. Mike Jacobs was able to draw the Sox even with a solo hom run…