A no-hitter, an All-Star Game start in his home ballpark, and the elusive championship.
If you’re clamoring to get your hands on the Astro the Grouch Talking bobblehead or want to make sure you’re in attendance when the St. Paul Saints raise their championship banner, then mark your calendars.
The St. Paul Saints won “a piece of metal” in 2019, claiming their first championship in 15 seasons.
The St. Paul Saints were staring elimination in the face in Game 4 of the North Division Series.
The St. Paul Saints were desperate last season at the beginning of July when they lost two infielders in the matter of two innings due to injury.
He wasn’t even in the starting lineup on Opening Day.
St. Paul Saints manager George Tsamis watched first-hand the dominance of starter Daniel Minor in 2018.
Last year the St. Paul Saints built the City of Baseball Museum.
Call it the Noah Perio Jr. Theory: a player is traded from one team to another and said player comes back to do damage in the Championship Series against his former team en route to a title.
Over the last five season’s the St. Paul Saints are averaging more than 105 home runs per year, most of any American Association team during that time.
In two seasons with the St. Paul Saints, second baseman Josh Allen had his contract purchased by the New York Mets organization and helped lead the club to their first championship in 15 seasons.
After falling just shy in the Gerrit Cole sweepstakes, the St. Paul Saints turned their attention to two arms they believe will help defend their 2019 American Association title.