MINNEAPOLIS -- Former Binghamton Bearcats pitcher, now Minnesota Twin, Scott Diamond received two organizational honors Tuesday.
The native of Ontario, Canada took home the Joseph W. Haynes award for best pitcher and the Bill Boni award for outstanding rookie. Diamond this season went 12-9 for Minnesota, with one complete game and a shutout in his first full season in the majors.
B-Mets strike late and walk off VIEW VIDEO
BINGHAMTON, NY - The Binghamton Mets scored the game-winning run on a Portland throwing error in the bottom of the 10th, as they walked off against the Sea Dogs 3-2 Saturday night at NYSEG... more
Rain postpones Bearcats, forces change of venue
LOWELL, Mass.After conceding to the poor weather in Lowell, Binghamton baseball (29-23) and Maine (37-21) will instead travel 90 minutes south to Kingston, R.I. and play the America East championship... more
GBFC continues to stymie opponents VIEW VIDEO
BINGHAMTON -- Greater Binghamton FC and Jersey City played to a 0-0 tie at the Greater Binghamton Sports Complex on Saturday.
Jason Stenta had three saves for GBFC which has yet to allow a goal in... more
Binghamton Drops Pitchers Duel in Finale, 1-0
NEW BRITAIN, CT The Binghamton Mets came up on the short end of a pitchers duel and fell to the New Britain Rock Cats, 1-0, on Thursday afternoon at New Britain Stadium. The B-Mets were limited to... more