Sky Sox Pitcher of the Week History

Sky Sox starting pitcher Alex White was named the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Week for the week of July 23-29.  White led the PCL with 15 innings pitched with a 0.60 ERA in his two starts while striking out a total of ten.  White threw two gems for the Sky Sox during the week,…

Sky Sox 7/28 Notebook

SOX OFFENSE RED HOT IN JULY: The Sky Sox have totaled 180 runs during the month of July, 17 more than any other team in the PCL, and are averaging 7.2 runs per game this month.  The Sky Sox are tied for second in team hits in the month of July with Oklahoma City at…

Sky Sox 7/27 Notebook

ACES TAKE SEASON SERIES: The loss by the Sox in extras last night seals the season series win for the Aces, and in the four seasons the Aces have been in the PCL Colorado Springs has only won the season series in 2010 at 9-7 (Reno took 11 of 16 last season and won the…

Sky Sox 7/25 Notebook

HOT SOX AND ACES: The Sky Sox have the most wins of any team in the PCL in the month of July at 14, while owning the second best winning percentage behind Albuquerque who is 13-7 this month, but the Aces have been equally as hot posting a 13-8 record in July.  Colorado Springs has…

Sky Sox 7/24 Notebook

FIRST SEASON HOME SWEEP IN TEAM HISTORY: With a 9-1 win in yesterday’s series finale against the Tacoma Rainiers the Sky Sox finished the season a perfect 8-0 against the division rival Rainiers, the first time in franchise history the Sox have swept all eight games at Security Service against an opponent in one season. …

Stu Cole 2nd in All-Time Manager Wins

With the two wins in yesterday’s doubleheader, Sky Sox manager Stu Cole moved in to second place all-time in managerial wins at 225 in his nearly four seasons at the helm of Colorado Springs.  Cole passed former Sox manager Tom Runnels for second on the list, the man who Cole replaced halfway through the 2009…

Chacin Throws Simulated Games at Security Service Field

Today at Security Service Field, Rockies injured starting pitcher Jhoulys Chacin threw multiple simulated games with Sky Sox manager Stu Cole and pitching coach Butch Hughes watching closely.  Chacin threw to Sky Sox left-handers Charlie Blackmon and Tim Wheeler as well as right-handed batters Tommy Field and Omir Santos. “I thought it went well, he is getting to…

Sky Sox Notebook 7/19

SOX HOT BATS AGAINST THE BEES:  The Sky Sox have lost six of the eleven games against the Bees this season but the Sky Sox offense is batting .350 against Salt Lake in the eleven meetings, the highest average against any of their 12 different PCL opponents so far in 2012.  The Sky Sox have…

Andrew Brown Strong in 1st Rockies Start

Outfielder Andrew Brown, who was promoted from the Sky Sox to the Colorado Rockies yesterday, made an impressive showing in his first career start for the Rockies today leading the team with three hits and and tying Carlos Gonzalez for the team lead with two RBI in the 9-6 loss to Pittsburgh.  The three hits were a…

Yesterday’s 10-Run 1st Inning Explosion

10-RUN 1ST INNING: Last night’s offensive eruption for 10 runs in the first frame of yesterday’s win was the most runs the Sky Sox have scored this season in one inning, and the 17th time in franchise history that the Sox have posted double-digit runs in one inning.  Last night tied for the second most…