June 2017 | Sussex County Miners
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June 2017

BIG START IN EARLY INNINGS PUSH MINERS TO WIN June 29, Little Falls, NJ - Behind steady pitching from Michael Tamburino and a 3-for-4 performance from Nick Giarraputo, the Sussex County Miners (18-18) defeated the New Jersey Jackals (23-14) by a final score of 7-5 to salvage the last game...

LONGBALL DOWNS MINERS FOR 2ND STRAIGHT GAME June 23, Trois-Rivières, QC - For the second consecutive night, Connor Crane's grand slam helped push the Trois-Rivières Aigles (13-21) past the Sussex County Miners (16-16), as the home side took a 5-4 victory on an overcast Friday night at Stade Stereo+. The loss...

WINNING STREAK SNAPPED AT SIX GAMES June 22, Trois-Rivières, QC - A grand slam by Connor Crane in the third inning proved to be the decisive shot as the Trois-Rivières Aigles (11-21) defeated the Sussex County Miners (16-15) by  inal score of 7-3 on Thursday night at Stade...

SET TEAM RECORD FOR LARGEST WIN MARGIN June 30, Augusta, NJ - The Sussex County Miners (15-14) attacked early and often in routing the Cuban National Team (4-9) by a score of 15-4 on Tuesday night at Skylands Stadium. The win puts the Miners over the .500...

RESILIENT EFFORT RESULTS IN EXTRA INNING VICTORY June 18, Augusta, NJ - Four separate times the Trois-Rivières Aigles took leads on the Sussex County Miners. And each time, the Miners found a way to pull back into the game. Finally, in the eleventh inning, Rubi Silva would finish off a...

SOLID PITCHING IN OPENER, WALK-OFF IN NIGHTCAP June 17, Augusta, NJ - With rain postponing yesterday's scheduled game, the Sussex County Miners (13-14) went about and swept a doubleheader tonight from the Trois-Rivières Aigles (10-18), winning the opener 2-1 and the nightcap 5-4 in nine innings in front of 2,070...