Brett Jodie led the Lincoln Saltdogs to a winning season and a near-playoff berth in his first season with the franchise.
On the brink of celebration or heartbreak, the Saltdogs suffered a 2-0 loss against Houston, ending the 2021 season.
Lincoln can clinch a playoff berth with a win in the second game Sunday and an Explorers' loss.
Lincoln scored quickly, frequently and every which way in a home win over Houston as the season winds down.
The Saltdogs shortstop is one of five players in American Association history to have 20 homers and 20 stolen bases in one season.
Milwaukee got to Lincoln starter John Richy early with two runs in the top of the first inning.
After winning in 11 innings Tuesday, the Saltdogs were able to take down the Milkmen with some heroics in the ninth.
In their 20th anniversary season, the Saltdogs celebrate a memorable win as they chase a playoff spot: “It’s just a winning organization.”
Just a few weeks ago, Drew Devine did not know what was going to happen next for his career.
Cleburne plays long ball in 14-5 win over Lincoln at Haymarket Park.
Lincoln rallied after being down four runs after seven innings.
With the game tied 3-3 in the top of the ninth, the American Association save leader James Pugliese gave up two runs for the loss.
A loss is a loss, but Saltdogs manager Brett Jodie is finding positives in his team's recent play despite suffering a series sweep.
Chicago's Anfernee Grier homered in the first game and had a two-out, two-run single in the second to lead the Dogs to a sweep of the Saltdogs.
Yanio Perez just missed a grand slam in the eighth inning, but the resulting sacrifice fly extended the Saltdogs' lead at Haymarket Park to 3-1.
Altavilla played in all 56 games with the Huskers in 2019 and made the Big Ten all-tournament team.
Hit batters, ejections and not enough offense for Lincoln.
The secret to Weber's turnaround? “I have been keeping it simple. Have a plan for every at-bat."
Visiting Dogs score one run in the third and fourth innings to take series at Haymarket Park.
Greg Minier tossed 5⅔ scoreless innings to lead the Saltdogs. He struck out three and gave up five hits and three walks.
Lincoln lined into three double plays to lose opener of three-game set against Chicago.
The Saltdogs pitcher says his parents have been in the stands for his baseball games since he was 5 years old. Now, they get to see him as a pro.