HOUSE OF HORRORS REARS ITS UGLY HEAD AGAIN AS SAINTS BLOW LEAD LATE IN LINCOLN, LOSE 6-5LINCOLN, NE (June 30, 2015) – It doesn’t matter what the St. Paul Saints record is when they play the Lincoln Saltdogs at Haymarket Park.
SAINTS CLAIM THIRD WEEKLY AWARD AS KRAMER SNEED IS NAMED POINTSTREAK AMERICAN ASSOCIATION PITCHER OF THE WEEKST. PAUL, MN (June 29, 2015) – The St. Paul Saints pitching staff has been the best in the American Association since the beginning of the…
PLAYERS OUT OF POSITION NO PROBLEM FOR SAINTS, CLAIM 11TH STRAIGHT SERIES WITH 6-2 WINFARGO, ND (June 28, 2015) – An outfielder was catching. A pitcher was playing third. Two rookie outfielders. And a second baseman who was retired since 2013.
SAINTS JAZZ IT UP WITH 5-2 WIN OVER REDHAWKSFARGO, ND (June 27, 2015) – With all due respect to Dr. John, who played the first concert at CHS Field on Saturday night, St. Paul Saints number nine hitter Dan Kaczrowski was in the Right Place at the Right…
SWITCHING FATE, KVASNICKA ENTERS RECORD BOOKS WITH THREE HOMERS IN 10-9 SAINTS WIN IN 10FARGO, ND (June 26, 2015) – There is one way to not have to run on a bad ankle: hit the ball over the fence.
SAINTS DROP BACK-TO-BACK GAMES FOR FIRST TIME THIS SEASON, LOSE 1-0ARGO, ND (June 25, 2015) – It took until game 33 of the season, but the St. Paul Saints finally found out what it was like to lose back-to-back games.
SAINTS LEFT WONDERING "WHAT IF?" AFTER 4-2 LOSS TO EXPLORERSST. PAUL, MN (June 24, 2015) – The St. Paul Saints will be left asking themselves “what if?”
SAINT PAUL'S 4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS SPECTACLE TO TAKE PLACE OVER CHS FIELD FOLLOWING SAINTS GAMESAINT PAUL, Minn. – Visit Saint Paul and the St. Paul Saints announced today that Saint Paul’s annual July 4thfireworks display will take place following…
INJURY PLAGUED SAINTS SIGN FORMER HILL-MURRAY STANDOUT ROBERT YOUNGDAHL
DIFAZIO PUTS UGLY WORT ON EXPLORERS IN 6-4 SAINTS WINST. PAUL, MN (June 23, 2015) – As a team the St. Paul Saints are playing unbelievable baseball. As an individual Vinny DiFazio is having a first month of the season for the record books.
TWO TOP TEAMS SQUARE OFF, SAINTS PROVE BEST IN 5-4 WIN OVER EXPLORERSST. PAUL, MN (June 22, 2015) – It wasn’t the most well played game of the season as the two top teams in the American Association squared off on Monday night at CHS Field.
FAMILIAR FACE SIGNS WITH SAINTS AS FORMER SAINT AND HAMLINE UNIVERSITY PRODUCT DAN KACZROWSKI RE-JOINS TEAMST. PAUL, MN (June 22, 2015) – Despite the best record in the American Association, 24-5, the St. Paul Saints are banged up all over the diamond.