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  • From Undrafted to a Pro: Spotlight in Sports

    From Undrafted to a Pro: Spotlight in Sports

    Binghamton Rumble Ponies Pitcher, Casey Delgado grew up in Miami, Florida with hopes of playing professional baseball.

    Binghamton Rumble Ponies Pitcher, Casey Delgado grew up in Miami, Florida with hopes of playing professional baseball.

  • Delgado helps snap three game losing streak

    Delgado helps snap three game losing streak

    Binghamton bounces back from their three game losing streak with a 4-3 win over New Hampshire.
    Binghamton bounces back from their three game losing streak with a 4-3 win over New Hampshire.
  • Continue to Stumble Ponies lose in New Hampshire

    Continue to Stumble Ponies lose in New Hampshire

    New Hampshire starter Sean Reid-Foley fired seven scoreless innings to guide the Fisher Cats past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 5-1, on Friday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The Ponies mustered just four hits against the righty and dropped their third straight game.

    New Hampshire starter Sean Reid-Foley fired seven scoreless innings to guide the Fisher Cats past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 5-1, on Friday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The Ponies mustered just four hits against the righty and dropped their third straight game.

  • Bullpen woes continue in Ponies loss

    Bullpen woes continue in Ponies loss

    Champ Stuart’s two home run effort was not enough as the Binghamton Rumble Ponies dropped the series decider, 5-4, to the Bowie Baysox Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. The Baysox roughed up the Binghamton bullpen for the second straight night, using a four-run seventh inning to grab a late-game lead.

    Champ Stuart’s two home run effort was not enough as the Binghamton Rumble Ponies dropped the series decider, 5-4, to the Bowie Baysox Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. The Baysox roughed up the Binghamton bullpen for the second straight night, using a four-run seventh inning to grab a late-game lead.

  • Bowie Burns Bingo's bullpen

    Bowie Burns Bingo's bullpen

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    The Rumble Ponies gave up 7 runs in the eighth inning to fall to Bowie 13-7.

  • Thompson's bat driving Rumble Ponies offense

    Thompson's bat driving Rumble Ponies offense

    Rumble Ponies Third Baseman David Thompson is on a tear of late.  While his season batting average may still be a pedestrian .250, on Binghamton's most recent homestand, Thompson is 7-11 (.636) with 3 home runs, 7 RBI, a double, four runs scored, and four walks. While he's looking good at the plate lately, he says his approach hasn't changed.

    Rumble Ponies Third Baseman David Thompson is on a tear of late.  While his season batting average may still be a pedestrian .250, on Binghamton's most recent homestand, Thompson is 7-11 (.636) with 3 home runs, 7 RBI, a double, four runs scored, and four walks. While he's looking good at the plate lately, he says his approach hasn't changed.

  • Jannis knuckles Ponies past Baysox

    Jannis knuckles Ponies past Baysox

    Mickey Jannis tossed a Double-A career-best eight innings to help the Binghamton Rumble Ponies take the series opener, 7-2, from the Bowie Baysox at NYSEG Stadium Tuesday night. The righty faced one over the minimum after the fourth inning and struck out eight, matching a Double-A career high. Offensively the Rumble Ponies scored all seven runs with two outs and had five players compile multiple-hit games.

    Mickey Jannis tossed a Double-A career-best eight innings to help the Binghamton Rumble Ponies take the series opener, 7-2, from the Bowie Baysox at NYSEG Stadium Tuesday night. The righty faced one over the minimum after the fourth inning and struck out eight, matching a Double-A career high. Offensively the Rumble Ponies scored all seven runs with two outs and had five players compile multiple-hit games.

  • Rumble Ponies gear up for long stretch

    Rumble Ponies gear up for long stretch

    The baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint and the Binghamton Rumble Ponies are set to start a 21 games in 20 day stretch.  Keeping players fresh and healthy physically is the easy part, according to Manager Luis Rojas, but it's the mental toughness that is the key for such stretches of the season.

    The baseball season is a marathon, not a sprint and the Binghamton Rumble Ponies are set to start a 21 games in 20 day stretch.  Keeping players fresh and healthy physically is the easy part, according to Manager Luis Rojas, but it's the mental toughness that is the key for such stretches of the season.

  • Thompson, Flexen lift Ponies over Fightin Phils

    Thompson, Flexen lift Ponies over Fightin Phils

    David Thompson rounds third base after a two run homer.David Thompson rounds third base after a two run homer.

    Behind Chris Flexen’s arm and David Thompson’s bat, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies grabbed the rubber game from the Reading Fightin Phils, 6-2, Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium.

    Behind Chris Flexen’s arm and David Thompson’s bat, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies grabbed the rubber game from the Reading Fightin Phils, 6-2, Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Molina Gives up four in Double A Debut

    Molina Gives up four in Double A Debut

    Molina throws 8 K's in startMolina throws 8 K's in start

    Rumble Ponies starter Marcos Molina struck out eight in his Double-A debut, but Binghamton still fell to the Reading Fightin Phils, 7-4, on Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium.

    Rumble Ponies starter Marcos Molina struck out eight in his Double-A debut, but Binghamton still fell to the Reading Fightin Phils, 7-4, on Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Better late than never: Ponies walk-off in the 9th

    Better late than never: Ponies walk-off in the 9th

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies took it all the way to the 9th before Kevin Kaczmarski singled home to the winning run to walk out off on a 4-3 win over Reading.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies took it all the way to the 9th before Kevin Kaczmarski singled home to the winning run to walk out off on a 4-3 win over Reading.

  • Ponies brushed aside; swept by Erie

    Ponies brushed aside; swept by Erie

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies dropped their third straight contest, 2-1, to the Erie SeaWolves Thursday afternoon at UPMC Park. Rumble Ponies collected just one hit on eight tries with men in scoring position and left four aboard in the final three innings. Binghamton outhit Erie in all three games of the series, but suffered their first three-game sweep of the season.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies dropped their third straight contest, 2-1, to the Erie SeaWolves Thursday afternoon at UPMC Park. Rumble Ponies collected just one hit on eight tries with men in scoring position and left four aboard in the final three innings. Binghamton outhit Erie in all three games of the series, but suffered their first three-game sweep of the season.

  • Greiner's homers drop Ponies for 5th time in last 7

    Greiner's homers drop Ponies for 5th time in last 7

    Erie catcher Grayson Greiner hit a pair of three-run homers to lead the SeaWolves past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 7-2, on Wednesday night at UPMC Park. Greiner handed the Ponies their second straight loss by homering in his third straight game and compiling a career-high six RBI game. Greiner snapped a tie game with his first blast in the fifth inning.

    Erie catcher Grayson Greiner hit a pair of three-run homers to lead the SeaWolves past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 7-2, on Wednesday night at UPMC Park. Greiner handed the Ponies their second straight loss by homering in his third straight game and compiling a career-high six RBI game. Greiner snapped a tie game with his first blast in the fifth inning.

  • Rumbles Stumble in series opener

    Rumbles Stumble in series opener

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies racked up eleven hits, but scratched out just one run in a 3-1 loss to the Erie SeaWolves on Tuesday night at UPMC Park. The Ponies went 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position and stranded ten in the series-opening defeat. Ponies starter Chris Flexen pitched into the seventh and retired ten straight SeaWolves at one point in the losing effort.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies racked up eleven hits, but scratched out just one run in a 3-1 loss to the Erie SeaWolves on Tuesday night at UPMC Park. The Ponies went 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position and stranded ten in the series-opening defeat. Ponies starter Chris Flexen pitched into the seventh and retired ten straight SeaWolves at one point in the losing effort.

  • Ponies sneak past Senators

    Ponies sneak past Senators

    HARRISBURG, PA – The Binghamton Rumble Ponies plated two runs in the eleventh inning and held off a late Harrisburg Senators rally in a 4-3 win on Sunday afternoon at FNB Field.

    HARRISBURG, PA – The Binghamton Rumble Ponies plated two runs in the eleventh inning and held off a late Harrisburg Senators rally in a 4-3 win on Sunday afternoon at FNB Field.

  • Ponies fall in final inning

    Ponies fall in final inning

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    HARRISBURG, PA – The Harrisburg Senators scored twice in the ninth to walk-off past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 5-4, on Saturday night at FNB Field.

    HARRISBURG, PA – The Harrisburg Senators scored twice in the ninth to walk-off past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 5-4, on Saturday night at FNB Field.

  • Oswalt's early exit spells doom for Ponies

    Oswalt's early exit spells doom for Ponies

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies were edged by the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 6-3, in the decisive third game of the series on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. Richmond scored all six runs and recorded all seven hits in the top of the second inning before finishing the night 0-for-22. The Rumble Ponies, after scoring twice in the third inning, wrapped up the evening hitless in their final 20 at-bats.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies were edged by the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 6-3, in the decisive third game of the series on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. Richmond scored all six runs and recorded all seven hits in the top of the second inning before finishing the night 0-for-22. The Rumble Ponies, after scoring twice in the third inning, wrapped up the evening hitless in their final 20 at-bats.

  • Rumble Ponies Flexen muscles in twinbill split

    Rumble Ponies Flexen muscles in twinbill split

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies split a doubleheader against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium. In his first Double-A start, Chris Flexen tossed a complete game shutout to lead the Ponies to a 3-0 victory in the nightcap after the Ponies dropped the opener by an 8-2 final.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies split a doubleheader against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium. In his first Double-A start, Chris Flexen tossed a complete game shutout to lead the Ponies to a 3-0 victory in the nightcap after the Ponies dropped the opener by an 8-2 final.

  • Rumble Ponies rained out...... again

    Rumble Ponies rained out...... again

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies series opener against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Tuesday evening has been postponed due inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday, June 7. The first pitch of the twin bill is scheduled for 5:05 PM. Gates for the twin bill will open at 4:30 PM.

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies series opener against the Richmond Flying Squirrels on Tuesday evening has been postponed due inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Wednesday, June 7. The first pitch of the twin bill is scheduled for 5:05 PM. Gates for the twin bill will open at 4:30 PM.

  • Downing likes stadium changes and Rumble Ponies name

    Downing likes stadium changes and Rumble Ponies name

    Al Downing likes what he sees at NYSEG Stadium in terms of the stadium improvements and the new name for the team.  For him, it's a needed culture change because the kids can now embrace the Rumble Ponies as "their team."

    Al Downing likes what he sees at NYSEG Stadium in terms of the stadium improvements and the new name for the team.  For him, it's a needed culture change because the kids can now embrace the Rumble Ponies as "their team."

  • Downing to throw out first pitch Tuesday

    Downing to throw out first pitch Tuesday

    MLB Veteran Al Downing will be at NYSEG Stadium on Tuesday for Sock Out Cancer Night and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.  He hasn't been back to the stadium since his induction into the Binghamton Baseball Shrine and is looking forward to the honor of throwing out the first pitch.

    MLB Veteran Al Downing will be at NYSEG Stadium on Tuesday for Sock Out Cancer Night and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch.  He hasn't been back to the stadium since his induction into the Binghamton Baseball Shrine and is looking forward to the honor of throwing out the first pitch.

  • Mets have a fever and the only prescription is...

    Mets have a fever and the only prescription is...

    Tyler Pill received the call every ballplayer dreams of, the call to the major leagues.  The Mets called up Pill from Las Vegas and optioned Rafael Montero to Triple-A, to clear space on the 40-man roster Seth Lugo was placed on the 60 Day Disable List retroactively.

    Tyler Pill received the call every ballplayer dreams of, the call to the major leagues.  The Mets called up Pill from Las Vegas and optioned Rafael Montero to Triple-A, to clear space on the 40-man roster Seth Lugo was placed on the 60 Day Disable List retroactively.

  • Libous impact felt in area sports

    Libous impact felt in area sports

    Senator Tom Libous passed away Tuesday at age 63 but leaves a lasting impact on the area's sports.

    Senator Tom Libous passed away Tuesday at age 63 but leaves a lasting impact on the area's sports.