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Batavia leaves State College in the muck

August 28, 2010 STATE COLLEGE — The State College Spikes became the State College Haymakers on Friday night for “What If Night,” but fell behind early as Victor Sanchez, Nick Longmire and Jon Rodriguez combined to... more »»

Lyles hits fourth grand slam in Spikes history in dominant win

August 26, 2010 NILES, Ohio — Colton Cain delivered five dominant innings on the mound, and Chase Lyles smashed the fourth grand slam in club history as the State College Spikes took a 10-1 victory from the Mahonin... more »»

Despite strong pitching, Spikes fall on early Scrappers run

August 25, 2010 From staff reports NILES, Ohio — The State College Spikes received another fine pitching effort, but the Mahoning Valley Scrappers scored in the first inning and made it... more »»

Scrappers wrestle back to win

August 24, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — Not even George “The Animal” Steele could stop the Mahoning Valley Scrappers Monday night at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park. more »»

Spikes jump on Scrappers early while pitchers toss 4-0 shutout

August 23, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — When you get outstanding pitching along with some timely hits and play errorless baseball, you usually wi. more »»

With boss in town, Spikes get timely win over Jammers

August 21, 2010 STATE?COLLEGE — A good time to play one of your best games of the season is when your boss is in town. Friday night at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, the State College Spikes did just that. more »»

Spikes to remain in Pirates’ organization

August 21, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — If you were wondering about all the rumors floating around State College and Happy Valley about the future of minor league baseball at Medlar Field being affiliated with the... more »»

Even Up

August 20, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK – The Spikes’ offense lacked the spark necessary to start a rally early in Thursday’s game as State College managed to scrape together three runs on five hits during the first six... more »»

Jamestown’s big ninth ends Spikes’ hopeful outing

August 19, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — For the first eight innings of Wednesday night’s game between State College and Jamestown, it appeared that the Spikes had things under control as they held a slim 4-3 lead over th... more »»

Spikes fall to Ironbirds in 11

August 14, 2010 ABERDEEN, MD — The State College Spikes went tooth and nail with the Aberdeen Ironbirds on Friday night, but the Ironbirds landed the last punch and downed the Spikes in 11 innings, 3-2, at Ripken... more »»

Spikes salvage a win

August 13, 2010 LOWELL, Mass. more »»

Spikes’ slide on the road continues

August 12, 2010 LOWELL, Mass. more »»

Two-run first inning proves costly as Spikes fall 4-1 to Valley Cats

August 9, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — Twenty-four hours after playing one of their better games of the season in a 2-1 win over the Tri-City Valley Cats, the State College Spikes decided to turn the other cheek. more »»

Spikes take series from Yanks

August 7, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — After being shut down by the Spikes pitching staff for a majority of the game, Staten Island rallied back in the eighth inning to cut the State College lead to one. more »»

Fourth Dream Race is tonight

August 7, 2010 Port Royal Speedway hosts the fourth annual Dream Race Extreme this evening. The winner of the sprint car-only race will earn $15,000. Just starting the 40-lap event is worth $1,000. more »»

Downed by a dime

August 5, 2010 UNIVERSITY PARK — It’s hard for a baseball team, no matter what level, to recover from dreadful fielding that results in five error. more »»

Staten Island error in ninth inning lifts Spikes to win

August 5, 2010 STATE COLLEGE — Zack Von Rosenberg was dominant in six shutout innings on the mound for the State College Spikes, but it came down to an error in the bottom of the ninth inning on Gerlis Rodriguez’s... more »»

Spikes win in record-breaking style

August 2, 2010 AUBURN, NY — Trailing 6-0 entering the eighth inning, the State College Spikes made the largest comeback in team history, with Matt Curry driving in the game-winning run with an infield single in th... more »»

Comeback falls just short

July 31, 2010 STATE COLLEGE — State College wasn’t in position to take a Sawbuck Series lead Friday night. more »»

State College holds Crosscutters hitless for eight innings, yet fall

July 30, 2010 WILLIAMSPORT — If you like a lot of offense in your game of baseball, Bowman Field wasn’t the place to be Friday night. more »»

 
 

 

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