Articles from 2017
The 2017 GWL Champion Medford Rogues have announced their Themed Jersey Nights for the 2018 season.
The 2017 GWL Champion Medford Rogues have announced the signing of two Rogue Valley stars, Cole Carder and Tate Cowden. Both players currently play baseball for Linn-Benton Community College.
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2017 GWL champion and Medford native Ryan Carle will return to the team for the 2018 season. The southpaw finished the 2017 GWL season with a 3.92 ERA and 11 strikeouts in 18.1 innings pitched.
The Great West League released its 2018 schedule, as presented by league commissioner Ken Wilson. Each of the league's six teams will play 60-games in a balanced schedule.
The 2017 Great West League champion Medford Rogues announced today the promotion of Dave May to the position of Chief Operating Officer.
2017 GWL champion and Phoenix native Aaron Hutchinson will return to the team for the 2018 season.
The Medford Rogues and their manager, Tyler Graham, have completed the team’s coaching staff, adding Landon Danelson and Anthony Balderas. Danelson will work with the hitters and position players while Balderas will work with the pitching staff.
The 2017 Great West League champion Medford Rogues announced that former big league outfielder and current Director of Player Development at Oregon State University Tyler Graham has been named manager of the club for the upcoming 2018 season.
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The Medford Rogues, the defending Great West League champions, announced today that Josh Hogan will not be returning to the Rogues in 2018 as he has accepted another coaching / front office opportunity with a different league.
Mayor Gary Wheeler and the City of Medford announced that September 7th will officially be recognized as Medford Rogues Day.
Come on out to the ballpark and help the Foundations for Recovery, along with several local agencies, "Put a Positive Face on Recovery" at this year's 4th Annual Drive Out Drugs Recovery Festival & Carnival!
Seven Rogues players and Manager Josh Hogan have been awarded All-GWL Honors for the 2017 Great West League season. The eight selections are most out of any team in the GWL.
The Medford Rogues defeat the Chico Heat, 7-2, to win their first ever Great West League Championship.
Solo home runs by Alex Isola (Yavapai) and Connor Lowrie (Campbellsville) gave the Rogues an early lead, and amazing defensive plays by Davis Delorefice (Utah), Jayden Hanna (Lane CC), and Lowrie throughout the ball game stifled any Chico rally as the Rogues defeated the Heat, 5-3 in Game One of the Championship Series.
The series now shifts to Medford, Game Two is Saturday at 6:35pm.
The Rogues offense punched back with nine runs in the first two innings. Backed by strong pitching performances by freshmen Peyton Fuller (Oregon) and Connor Konishi (San Jose State), the Rogues defeated the Portland Pickles 12-6, and will move on to the Championship Series against the Chico Heat.
The Rogues lost to the Portland Pickles, 12-10. The final game of the series is next. Winner moves on to the Championship Round. Loser goes home.
In a game that saw three ties and five lead changes, the Rogues scored two in the eighth inning to win 7-6 over the Portland Pickles in Game One of the Opening Round of the 2017 Great West League playoffs.
The Portland Pickles loaded the bases with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, but Peyton Fuller (Oregon) struck out the final batter to pick up his first save of the year. Connor Lowrie (Campbellsville) went 2-4 with two RBI in the 7-5 win.
The Rogues scored the tying run in the eighth inning off the bat of Clay Valenzuela-Reece (Campbellsville), which scored Bryce Tilton (Western Oregon) who led the inning off with a double, but the Pickles rallied in the bottom of the inning to win by a final score of 3-1. Scotty Wright (Colorado Christian) started the game and struck out five in the first two innings.
The Rogues struck first in Portland, but couldn't overcome a late-inning rally by the Pickles. The Rogues drop Game One, the final score 7-2.
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The Rogues fought hard, but ultimately fell 11-6 to the Chico Heat on Wednesday night. Jayden Hanna (Lane CC) hit the Rogues' 25th home run as a team this season, a new all-time record.
Josh Berman (Clark CC) went 3-4 with three RBI and Alex Isola (Yavapai) hit a three-run home run to lead the Rogues to a 11-2 win over the Chico Heat to clinch the Great West League regular season title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Starting pitcher Brett Walker (Oregon) scattered four hits and struck out five across five innings of one-hit ball, but had to settle for the no decision as the Rogues fell to the Chico Heat 6-2.
The Rogues stung the ball all night, but failed to string hits together in a 3-1 loss to the Lincoln Potters.
Scotty Wright (Colorado Christian) pitched a perfect game in his first career start. He struck out 14 batters over seven innings to lead the Rogues to a 5-0 victory over the Lincoln Potters.
Jamie Flynn (Cornell) struck out six over five innings, but gave up three earned runs in the loss to the Lincoln Potters, the final score 3-0 in seven innings.
Rogues score nine runs in the final four frames, and Aaron Hutchinson (Lane CC) pitched four scoreless innings in relief as the Rogues defeat the Lincoln Potters, 13-6.
Big nights by Clay Valenzuela-Reece (Campbellsville), Alex Isola (Utah) and Johnny DeLaCruz (Louisiana Monroe) propelled the Rogues to an 8-1 victory over the Marysville Gold Sox, completing the series sweep.
Johnny DeLaCruz (Louisiana-Monroe) delivers the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the ninth as the Rogues defeat the Gold Sox 8-7 on Wednesday night.
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Clay Valenzuela-Reece sets the Rogues record for most hits in a season as the Rogues defeat the Marysville Gold Sox 14-6 on Christmas in July.
Peyton Fuller (Oregon) pitched five innings, gave up just one run on two hits, struck out five, and picked up the win, 9-5 over the Yuba City Bears, completing the series sweep. Connor Lowrie (Blackhawk JC) hit an RBI double in the sixth inning, the 94th double of the year for the team, setting a new Rogues record for most doubles in a season.
The Rogues offense spotted starter Cole Percival seven runs in the first inning, who scattered three hits across six scoreless innings, and struck out seven to pick up the win, 10-4 over the Yuba City Bears.
The Rogues explode for 19 runs to defeat the Yuba City Bears 19-5 on Salute to Bacon Night.
Rogues beat themselves, drop the final game of the series 7-4 to the Marysville Gold Sox.
Rogues score early and often to defeat the Marysville Gold Sox 12-2.
Brett Walker (Oregon) pitched five strong innings, but the Rogues fall 4-3 to the Marysvile Gold Sox.
Ten Rogues have been named to the 2017 Great West League All-Star Team, the most out of any team in the league.
In a team effort, the Rogues defeat the Chico Heat 7-5.
Rogues lose a heart-breaker in a roller-coaster of a game, 13-12 in extra innings.
Taylor Frost (Southern Idaho) struck out the side in the 9th to earn his sixth save of the year as the Rogues beat the Heat 5-4.
Led by newcomers Clay Valenzuela-Reece, Jake Hellweg, Davis Delorefice, and Alex Isola, and returning veterans Connor Lowrie, Johnny DeLaCruz, and Dylan Pearce, the Rogues stand alone atop the Great West League halfway through the 2017 season.
The Rogues score early and often to defeat the Yuba City Bears 12-3.
Behind six strong innings from Dylan Pearce and four hit games from Clay Valenzuela-Reece and Connor Lowrie, the Rogues take game one against the Yuba City Bears, 5-3.
A 9th inning rally by the Rogues falls just short, they drop the final game of the series to the Lincoln Potters, 6-4.
The Rogues comeback falls short; they drop the first game to the Lincoln Potters 8-2.
The Rogues scored 12 runs across the first seven innings to defeat the Portland Pickles 12-4 and complete the series sweep.
The Rogues scored eight runs in the final three innings to defeat the Portland Pickles 9-5 on 4th of July.
Thanks to four RBI from the Great West League Player of the Week Alex Isola (Utah), the Rogues won 5-4 over the Portland Pickles.
Scotty Wright finished 4-4 with three RBI, three runs scored, and two stolen bases.
Jake Hellweg (Bethune-Cookman) hit his first home run of the year to propel the Rogues to a 6-5 win over the Portland Pickles.
On Bark in the Park Night, the Rogues rode an eight-run third inning to beat the Portland Pickles 12-5.
Alex Isola (Utah) went 2-3, including a go-ahead three-run home run in the fifth inning.
Davis Delorefice (Utah) lead off the game for the Rogues with a home run.
The Rogues had 14 hits as a team including multiple three-hit performances.
Thanks to 4-hit performances from Davis Delorefice and Clay Valenzuela-Reece, the Rogues top the Lincoln Potters, 14-11 on Monday night.
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The Medford Rogues dropped the final game of the three-game series with the Chico Heat. The Rogues will head home to Harry & David Field for a seven-game homestand starting Monday.
The Medford Rogues (16-7) drop game two to the Chico Heat (14-9) 5-3 on Friday night at Nettleton Stadium.
The first Mystery Monday of 2017 will be a celebration of all the Kevin's in the Rogue Valley. All Kevin's get in for free! Tell us who your favorite Kevin is for a $5 ticket! Participate in Mystery Monday to receive a free pack of Moose Munch, courtesy of Harry & David.
The Medford Rogues defeated the Chico Heat, 10-7 on Thursday night at Nettleton Stadium.
The Rogues score six in the first and never looked back, defeating Marysville 13-9.
Rogues win 6-5 over the Marysville Gold Sox. Connor Lowrie went 2-4 with 3 RBI. Taylor Frost earned his second consecutive save.
The Rogues take game one against the Gold Sox behind six strong innings from Dylan Pearce.
The Rogues six game winning streak came to an end despite the Rogues pounding out ten hits in the game.
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Clay Valenzuela-Reece (Campbellsville) was named Player of the Game, collecting two hits and an R.B.I.
Alex Isola (Utah) hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Davis Delorefice (Utah) had a monster evening at the plate including a solo home run.
Dylan Pearce (Oregon State) threw seven innings of lights out baseball.
Joey Morgan (Washington) played for the Rogues in 2014.
David Peterson (Oregon) went 5-1 with a 3.75 ERA for the Medford Rogues in 2014.
Gutierrez, Berman and France recorded two hits apiece at the plate.
Connor Lowrie (Blackhawk JC) hit a two-run home run for the Rogues in the second inning.
Davis Delorefice bare handed the baseball and fired on the run to get the Rogues out of a bases loaded jam.
The Rogues (5-4) will play the Bears (2-6) in the final game of the four game series on Thursday.
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Ragan Goes 8 and a third, Rogues win 7-1.
The Medford Rogues fell in extras to the Yuba City Bears 8-7 in ten innings at Colusa Casino Stadium on Monday night.
The Rogues will begin a seven-game road trip down in Marysville, CA to take on the Yuba City Bears.
Rogues drop 2nd in a row to reigning Great West League Champs.
The Rogues host Chico thru Sunday at Harry & David Field.
Connor Lowrie and Johnny DeLaCruz led the charge as Medford (3-0) completed a series sweep over Yuba City (0-3)
Behold the power of the Dark Side...
Jordan Ragan (Cal-State Bakersfield) tossed six scoreless innings in his Rogues debut.
Connor Lowrie went 2-5 and Aaron Hutchinson tossed three scoreless innings in relief.
Jordan Ragan (University of California-Bakersfield) and Dante Gutierrez (University of San Diego) will play for the Rogues this summer.
Flynn & Fuller will pitch for the Rogues this summer.
“We love having returning players, especially this pair,” - Jeff Lyle
Lauffenburger and Smith join the Rogues after winning the NWAC Southern Region Championship.
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Isola and Yang join Rogues roster.
Parr and Konishi expected to provide Rogues with pitching depth.
Veteran coach provides expertise on all aspects of baseball.
Evans, Wilson and Valenzuela-Reece gearing up for summer 2017.
Cougars and Utes added to 2017 Rogues roster.
Former Rogues pitcher Christian Coronado will join the 2017 coaching staff.
The Medford Rogues welcome aboard former sports TV personality Brian Schnee.
The Medford Rogues welcome Dave May to front office staff.
The Medford Rogues are proud to announce the addition of 'Rogues Big League Camps' beginning this spring!
Rogues are excited to welcome Nitro Circus to Harry and David Field!
Rogues Add Extra Depth to 2017 Roster
Freddy Sandoval Joins Front Office Staff
Local Talent To Take the Mound in 2017
Rogues Add Depth to 2017 Roster
In the spirit of Black Friday, the Medford Rogues and CSH International kicked off the holiday shopping season with the purchase of 2017 Great West League championship rings.
CHS International announced today Carolyn Birch has stepped down as Acting General Manager of the Medford Rogues effective immediately. She had been with the Rogues since 2015.