2007 Tulsa Drillers Preview and Roster

The 2007 Tulsa Drillers roster is stockpiled with arms, including some of the best right-handers the Colorado Rockies farm system have to offer. The Drillers play in a very tough Texas League, and will need their arms to live up to their potential if they are going to make a run at the title this season. The Drillers also have some good offensive prospects.
April 7, 2007

Rainiers Notebook: Rifkin Learning the Curve

TACOMA, Wash. - There are instances in life where things aren't always better on the other end of the spectrum. One might look over to his or her neighbor and wish they were wearing their shoes, but the truth is the grass isn't necessarily any greener in your neighbor's backyard.
May 27, 2005

M's Minor League Players of the Week

Each week, some players step up and make their presence felt. At times, it's only for a game or two, or for a pitcher, maybe a few innings at a time. Last week was a good week for Tacoma Rainiers hitters as they spent the week in the thin air of Colorado Springs and Salt Lake City - but their whereabouts could have been discovered by a simple glance at the boxscores.
May 2, 2005

Yanks Lose Rifkin in Rule V

<b>ANAHEIM, Calif.</b> – The Yankees diverted their attention from Carlos Beltran just long enough for MLB's Rule V Draft on Monday. The Bombers lost one player and gained one, although neither transaction should impact the upcoming season.
December 13, 2004

2004 Trenton Thunder Position Prospect Review

PinstripesPlus looks at the peripherals stats of the Trenton Thunder positional players to project development. We will look at the guys who amassed 200 at-bats for Trenton and did not accrue 200 or more at-bats at Columbus.
November 8, 2004

PP Game Notes: Baysox 7 - Thunder 2

<p>The Trenton Thunder lost to the Bowie Baysox by a score of 7 to 2 in front of 6,976 fans at Waterfront Park. </p><p> Bowie jumped to a 1-0 lead in the top of the second on the strength of a lead-off triple to the right field corner off the bat of Tony Mota. The next batter, Walter Young, hit a sacrifice fly to center that scored Mota and Bowie never looked back.
May 14, 2004

Trenton Thunder 8 - Erie SeaWolves 2

The Trenton Thunder defeated the Erie Seawolves 8-2 last night to open their season at Waterfront Park. The game was delayed 44 minutes at the outset due to rain and the drizzly, cold conditions kept most of the announced crowd of 6,217 from ever actually coming to the ballpark.</p> <p>That didn't stop the Thunder offense, however.</p>
April 9, 2004