The old saying goes “when it rains, it pours.” This has been especially true for the...
The Ogden Raptors (19-15) rebounded from dropping Sunday’s series finale against the Missoula Osprey (16-18) with a win Monday against the Helena Brewers (15-19).
The old saying goes “when it rains, it pours.” This has been especially true for the Ogden Raptors’ bats in the past two games.
Even the scoreboard in left field at Lindquist Field couldn’t fully capture how big the Ogden Raptors’ fourth inning was in Tuesday’s 17-8 victory over the Helena Brewers.
A troublesome fifth inning doomed the Ogden Raptors in a 8-6 loss to the Helena Brewers in the third of a four-game home series Monday night at Lindquist Field.
Despite committing four errors in the field, the Ogden Raptors defeated the Helena Brewers 7-3 in the first game of a four-game home series Saturday night at Lindquist Field.
In the Los Angeles Dodgers’ minor league farm system, there may not be a hitter doing as well as Ogden Raptors player Luis Paz — who’s also the best teammate, according to coaches.
When Weber State Credit Union asked Ogden Raptors team president Dave Baggott about buying all of Lindquist Field’s tickets for a night to celebrate its 60th anniversary, Baggott felt a new record brewing.
OGDEN — Falling behind early for the second time in as many nights, the Ogden Raptors dropped a rubber-game matchup to the Missoula Osprey 12-7 Friday night at Lindquist Field in front of a season-high crowd of 5,756. For the second consecutive game, the Osprey (13-12) got off to a...