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Lake Monsters Blog 2018
By Lance Reynolds Rafael Kelly’s start on the mound was as sweet as maple syrup in a 6-2 Vermont Maple Kings win over the Hudson Valley Renegades Saturday at Centennial Field. Kelly’s pitching performance was extra sweet
By Lance Reynolds So often the narrative in baseball is as your leadoff hitter goes so does your offense. That narrative held true as Joseph Pena helped pace the Vermont Lake Monsters to a 15-5 victory over
By Lance Reynolds JJ Schwarz certainly made the most of his Centennial Field debut in a Vermont Lake Monsters 5-4 victory over the Hudson Valley Renegades Thursday. Schwarz, who made his Lake Monsters debut Tuesday in Connecticut,
By Lance Reynolds Despite getting sporadic playing time this year, first baseman/catcher Robert Mullen has had the clutch gene so far this season for the Vermont Lake Monsters. Mullen came through once again with the biggest hit
By Lance Reynolds The Vermont Lake Monsters had scored the opening runs in each of their first four games of the current six-game homestand. But, the Lake Monsters held onto only two of those opening leads, with
By Lance Reynolds After beginning his summer scorching hot offensively, Payton Squier hit a prolonged bump at the plate. With three hits and one run driven-in in Friday’s 5-2 victory over the Batavia Muckdogs at Centennial Field,
By Lance Reynolds Just because Noah Vaughan has hit at the bottom of the order most of the season doesn’t mean he lacks belief in himself. In fact, he sees each game as an opportunity to improve
By Lance Reynolds Vermont Lake Monsters starting pitcher Abdiel Mendoza fired a scoreless three innings while the Lake Monsters offense scored the first two runs of game two of their three-game series against the Williamsport Crosscutters. However,
BY Lance Reynolds After the first two innings of Tuesday’s series opener against the Williamsport Crosscutters, the Vermont Lake Monsters found themselves with something they had been searching for over the past week – early run support.