Scahill’s Strikeouts Make Sky Sox History

Even though the Sky Sox lost their second straight game and fell out of first place in the Pacific Northern Division, Colorado Springs starting pitcher Rob Scahill made Sky Sox history last night with his ten strikeout performance.  It was Scahill’s second double-digit strikeout start already this season at home, with the right-handed Rockies prospect fanning 11 Tucson…

Sky Sox Notes for 4/20 vs Tucson

Observations from yesterday’s game: 10-2 Loss to Tucson, Snaps 5-Game Win Streak STRIKEOUTS IN LOSS: Sky Sox starter Rob Scahill set a Sky Sox record yesterday for most strikeouts in a losing effort with 11 K’s in his 5.1 innings of work against Tucson.  The total was one shy of the home record of 12,…

Sky Sox Notes: 4/18 vs Tucson

Observations from last night’s game: 8-1 Rout of Tucson in Series Opener MOSCOSO’S K’S: Sky Sox starter Guillermo Moscoso notched his first win of the season, going 6.2 innings and striking out 10 Tucson Padres, the most strikeouts of any Sox starter this season.  The ten strikeouts is the most by a Colorado Springs starter…

Sox Notes for 4/17 vs Tucson

Observations from last night’s games: Sox Sweep Doubleheader Yesterday’s 2-1 win in the first game of the doubleheader featured two pitchers who notched complete games, Las Vegas right-hander Jesse Chavez and Sox left-hander Christian Friedrich, the first complete games by any PCL pitchers so far this season.  The complete game was the first complete game…

Observations from last night’s game: 2-0 Shutout of Tacoma The Sky Sox held the Rainiers to three total hits, the first time since Colorado Springs have held an opponent to three hits or less since August 22, 2010 against the Fresno Grizzlies.  The blanking of Tacoma also matched the Sky Sox total for shutouts all…