MEDFORD, Ore. – Saturday’s doubleheader against the San Francisco Seals has been cancelled due to smoke and poor air quality. Rogues COO Dave May made the determination at 2:30pm to cancel the game in the interest of player, fan, and staff health.
MEDFORD, Ore. – In a 27-6 victory over the San Francisco Seals, the Rogues broke their franchise team record for most runs (27), hits (24), and RBI (24) in a game and set the record for most runs scored in a single inning (10).
CHICO, Ca. – AJ Miller’s (University of Oregon, 2019) two-run home run in the fifth inning scored his high school buddy James Bell (University of Oregon, 2019) and put the Rogues on the board, but the Heat scored early and late to defeat the Rogues 5-3.
CHICO, Ca. – Chico Heat starting pitcher Shane Gustafson had pitched 14 consecutive scoreless innings before Mitch Neunborn (North Iowa Area CC) hit a two-run home run to score Joe Bath (Lewis-Clark State). The Rogues continued to tack on runs in the fourth, fifth, sixth, and ninth innings to beat the Heat, 9-4. Kolby Button (Shasta College) pitched four scoreless innings in relief and picked up his fourth win of the year.
MEDFORD, Ore. - Cole Carder, Kody Garvin, Tommy Ahlstrom, Tanner Simpson, Tony Barrios, Gabe Smith, and Chase Spinning have been selected for the 2018 Great West League North All-Star Team.
CHICO, Ca. – The Rogues struck first, when Blake Baumgartner (UC San Diego) singled up the middle to score Riley Kasper (Saddleback College) from second base in the first inning, but the Heat scored five runs in the seventh and eighth innings to put the game away.
LINCOLN, Ca. – Both teams went on big runs in this back and forth affair, but the Rogues held on to win, 15-11. The Rogues scored the first seven runs of the game. The Potters scored seven of the next eight runs to get within one run, at 8-7, but then the Rogues scored seven of the next eight, and never trailed in the game.
LINCOLN, Ca. – Three big calls in the eighth and ninth inning loomed over the Potters 7-5 victory over the Rogues.
MEDFORD, Ore. -- A three-run home run in the third inning by Tommy Ahlstrom (Simpson University) set the tone for the Rogues, who defeated the Lincoln Potters 16-5. The Rogues had nine extra base hits, including an RBI double, an RBI triple, and a two-run home run by left fielder Josh McIntyre (Fullerton JC), who was a single shy of the cycle.
MEDFORD, Ore. – It was another frustrating loss for the Rogues, who committed four errors in the game and failed to score with the bases loaded and nobody out in the fourth inning. They fell to the Seals 3-2.
The Rogues helped raise over $3,000 for the Leila J. Eisenstein Breast Center on Paint the Park Pink Night.
A 2016 South Medford High graduate and former Medford Mustangs standout, Carder has been on a tear this summer as center fielder and leadoff hitter for the Medford Rogues.
MEDFORD, Ore. – Oregon Duck commits James Bell and AJ Miller accounted for the first five and six of the 11 runs for the Rogues as they flew past the Seals, 11-3. AJ Miller belted a two-run home run third inning, his second of the year and the 15th home run hit at Harry & David Field by the Rogues.
MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford Rogues’ home ballpark of Harry & David Field defeated the Kenosha Kingfish’s home park of Simmons Field to advance to the Sweet 16 of the best summer-collegiate ballparks in America. Rogues fans rallied at the last minute to help Harry & David Field edge out Simmons Field by just three votes.
MEDFORD, Ore. – The fourth error of the game for the Rogues allowed the tying and lead runs to score for the San Francisco Seals in the top of the ninth inning with two outs. The Rogues lost 7-6.
The Great West League’s Madison Bat Company Player of the Week and Pitchers of the Week, as announced by league commissioner Ken Wilson, are Cole Carder and Blake Hannah.
MEDFORD, Ore. – 1,017 were hand to witness the Rogues bat around in an eight-run fourth inning that included a two-run home run by first baseman Daniel Nist (Cal State Bakersfield) and a grand slam by third baseman Blake Baumgartner (UC San Diego). The Rogues have scored 28 runs on 29 hits over the last two games.
MEDFORD, Ore. – 971 joined the Rogues in supporting breast cancer research and survivors on a gorgeous, mid-80’s summer night at Harry & David Field. The Rogues scored 14 runs on 15 hits to defeat the Gold Sox 14-2. All 30 Pink Jerseys that were up for auction were bid on. 100% of the proceeds from tonight’s Pink Jersey Auction benefited the Leila J. Eisenstein Breast Center.
MEDFORD, Ore. – The Rogues left 14 runners on base, including six in scoring position in tonight’s loss to the Yuba-Sutter Gold Sox in 10 innings. Starting pitcher Tanner Simpson (Lewis Clark State) struck out four over five scoreless innings but had to settle for the no decision.
The Rogues helped raise over $3,000 for the Rogue Valley Veterans and Community Outreach on Military Appreciation Night.