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firstname.lastname@example.orgHagerstown Suns fans will get a preview of the Washington Nationals’ future lineup on Sunday. They won’t have to dream about Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman in the same lineup. They will see it first hand. The Suns announced that Zimmerman...
email@example.comThe Hagerstown Suns beat the odds to get in position to defeat Greenville on Saturday. But the odds got even. The Suns missed on prime opportunities in the 10th and 11th innings, leaving the door open for Henry Ramos to hit a two-out RBI single to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgReality met optimism for the Hagerstown Suns on Wednesday. “You want to win them all, but you’re not going to do it,” Suns manager Brian Daubach said. Reality won out big time as the Asheville Tourists found every clutch hit the...
email@example.comHagerstown was taken by storm on Thursday. Then, then the Suns were taken by Asheville. The Suns withstood a 1-hour, 51-minute rain delay caused by a tornado warning and severe thunderstorms but couldn’t fend off Avery Barnes’ three-run home...
Tags: Netherlands, Tornadoes
firstname.lastname@example.orgEveryone seems to be ganging up on the Hagerstown Suns these days. It’s bad enough to be down on your luck, but when you have the baseball gods and Mother Nature involved, you really have problems. A fluke double play, a missed double play and...
email@example.comMichael Taylor really knows how to throw a party. The Hagerstown outfielder got the Suns out grooving and celebrating on Saturday. It all spilled into the clubhouse, where the stereo was blasting for the first time in about a week. Taylor was the hero,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis was the Bryce Harper everyone was told to expect. As the top prospect in the Washington Nationals organization, the 18-year-hold Harper was supposed to hit, run and field like a major leaguer. He has produced brilliance as advertised, while still...
Tags: Baseball, Brandon Jacobs, Sports
email@example.comThe clock started ticking for the Hagerstown Suns on Wednesday. It was the first day of the rest of the Single-A baseball team’s much-anticipated season, the day that manager Brian Daubach got a firm group of players to work with as the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor Brian Daubach, there is more to baseball than playing the game. “I’m just a baseball fan,” said Daubach, the new manager of the Hagerstown Suns. “I was a baseball fan even before I became a player. I just love being around the...
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email@example.comEven though Bryce Harper is only 18, he is old enough to drive. Delmarva found out on Wednesday it’s tough to keep the keys away from him. Harper sat firmly in the driver’s seat, collecting four hits and five RBIs — including a game-...
Tags: Washington Nationals
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis time, the Hagerstown Suns were possessed instead of being possessive. The Suns have made a habit of casting a spell on opponents in tight situations. On Thursday, they were the ones put in a trance. “When you don’t take advantage of...
email@example.comBlake Kelso is the first person manager Brian Daubach thinks about when he is filling out the Hagerstown Suns starting lineup. “Leadoff is where he belongs,” said Daubach. “He’s the spark plug. He starts it all.” As much as...
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