Sox Scribbles: Hot Sox

With last night’s 9-5 victory against Tucson, the Sox are now 9-2 in their last 11 games which is tied with Nashville for the best record in the PCL over that span. During this hot streak, the Sox took four of five games against the Las Vegas 51s from 7/18-7/21, won three of four at…

Sox Scribbles: Johnson enters elite company

After posting a win in last night’s 6-5 victory over Tucson, Alan Johnson has moved into sole possession of sixth place on the Sky Sox all-time wins list with 24 career victories. Johnson had previously been tied with Tom Kramer and Mike Farmer with 23 career victories. With his next win, Johnson will move into a tie…

Sox Scribbles: Whoa Nelly!

The Sky Sox took the season series from the Las Vegas 51s 9-7 after yesterday’s 11-4 victory. The Sox offense was bolstered by Chris Nelson who hit two three-run home runs, one in the second to give the Sox a 6-1 lead and the other in the sixth to stretch the lead to 11-3. Nelson…

Sox Scribbles: Johnson climbing all-time lists

Sox start Alan Johnson continues to climb into the top-ten of many of the Sky Sox career pitching categories. Following last night’s start against Las Vegas, Johnson is now tied for third all time with Mike Farmer in runs allowed at 287. His six walks moved him into seventh place all-time with 135 career walks.…

Sox Scribbles: Home is where the heart is

The Sky Sox have been nearly unbeatable at home as of late. After sweeping yesterday’s twin-bill against the Las Vegas 51s, the Sox have now won seven-straight games at Security Service Field and eight of their last ten overall putting them a season-high eight games over .500 at home. The seven game winning streak is…

Sox Scribbles: EY Reaches Milestone

In last night’s 12-4 victory over Las Vegas, Eric Young Jr. collected his ninth triple of the year, good for third most in the PCL this season. However, the triple held more significance in Sky Sox history as it moved him into a second place tie with Wayne Kirby for most triples in team history with…

Sox Scribbles: All-Star Break

The Sky Sox entered the All-Star break on a high-note by sweeping the Salt Lake Bees in a series that culminated in an Alfredo Amezaga walk-off single on Sunday. The win gave the Sox a record of 41-49 as the team sits in third place in the Pacific Northern Division 12.5 games behind the first…

Sox Scribbles: Not The Usual Suspects

In the sixth inning of last night’s 7-6 victory over Salt Lake, Eric Young Jr. and Dexter Fowler hit back-to back solo home runs to tie the game at 3-3. The home runs were the first of the year for both Young Jr. and Fowler with the Sky Sox. Four batters later, Jordan Pacheco hit…

Sox Scribbles: Reynolds Rocking

Sox starter Greg Reynolds enjoyed his best start of the season last night, pitching 7.0 scoreless innings while allowing seven hits and striking out seven as the Sox defeated the Salt Lake Bees 2-1. Reynolds is responsible for five of 13 wins by Sox starters this season, posting a 5-2 record with a 6.08 ERA.…

7/7 Game Time Changed to 7:15

Hey Sky Sox fans. It’s been a rainy couple of days in Colorado Springs as we had to wait out an hour-long rain delay last night. The tarp just came off the field and the grounds crew is working earnestly to prepare the field for baseball. First pitch has been moved from 7:05 PM to…