On May 19, 2015 CHS Field opened to rave reviews.
The season began on July 3 in Sioux Falls.
The St. Paul Saints have garnered numerous awards since the American Association first formed in 2006.
The games may not mean anything in terms of playoff implications, but don’t tell that to the St. Paul Saints.
Just because playoff positions weren’t on the line didn’t mean St. Paul Saints manager George Tsamis was going to let his pitchers hit and run the bases.
Mike Devine started the week with an impressive performance against the Milwaukee Milkmen and ended it with an equally impressive performance against the Winnipeg Goldeyes.
For the second time in five days St. Paul Saints starter Mike Devine took a run at the franchise single-game strikeout record.
Jameson McGrane gave the St. Paul Saints every last ounce he had in a stellar 3.0 inning relief appearance. Nate Samson, who wasn’t in the starting lineup, came through with the eventual game winning RBI in the 12th.
The St. Paul Saints wore the road gray’s in their own home ballpark on Friday night at CHS Field.
It’s becoming an all too familiar situation for the St. Paul Saints: fall behind early, try to come back, but don’t have quite enough to get over the hump.
George Tsamis has been the winningest manager in franchise history since 2007.
It was a pitching match-up for the ages. St. Paul Saints starter Mike Devine, fifth best ERA in the league, against former 12-game winner in the Major Leagues, and a man who has a no-hitter with the Florida Marlins, Henderson Alvarez.