The St. Paul Saints needed to tap into their bullpen in the third inning. Paul Voelker, Brian Glowicki and Aaron Brown stepped up in a big way.
The late inning magic for the St. Paul Saints fell just short on Saturday night at Impact Field.
A year ago the St. Paul Saints went 17-3 down the stretch to finish with the best record in the American Association and their first championship in 15 years.
St. Paul Saints starter Mike Devine entered play Thursday night with the sixth best ERA in the league, but had just one win to show for it.
Just eight minutes before the clock struck midnight, Alonzo Harris turned the Chicago Dogs into pumpkins.
The team that leads the league in home runs faced off against the team that has allowed the most home runs.
He was a big reason the St. Paul Saints made the playoffs and reached the Championship Series in 2018.
Like Sisyphus pushing the boulder up the mountain the St. Paul Saints felt like getting over .500 might never happen.
John Silviano made sure there were no ninth inning dramatics. He took things into his own hands.
It’s the hurdle the St. Paul Saints just can’t seem to overcome: getting above .500.
The St. Paul Saints finally got the consistent offense they were looking for and they needed every bit of it.
Eddie Medina and Tyler Herron faced off against each other on Opening Day. Both felt they could have pitched better that night and through the first half of the season that was the prevailing thought process for both hurlers.