When it comes to the current status of Harry and David Field: As it sits right now the ballpark has not caught fire. As you can imagine we are monitoring the situation very closely.
Tabitha May and her husband Dave hadn’t really had time to let it all since in this summer. From so much uncertainty in March on whether their Medford Rogues would…
We would like to thank our players, coaches, ballpark staff, the dedicated volunteers, corporate partners, and loyal fans for your support this year. We saw some great players and created lifelong memories at the ballpark.
The Medford Rouges dropped a couple of wild games on Saturday and Sunday at Harry & David Field to complete their independent collegiate wood-bat summer league.
After drubbing their toe Thursday, the Medford Rouges bounced back in a big way Friday night and celebrated the 69th birthday of official scorer BG Gould.
Starting pitcher Logan Barrick allowed one run on four hits with five strikeouts in four innings….
Ben Steck singled in two runs in the fourth inning to lead the Rouges to victory over the Bay Area Force
Omar Ortiz ties a Medford Rouges record with five runs score and Emiliano Alarcon had five his in six at bats to help the Rogues overwhelm the Force.
Eric Woodrow slugged a three-run home run in the eight inning to spark a five-run rally as the Bay Area Force overtook the Rogues 8-6
The Medford Rogues scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to finish off a rally from a 10-run deficit and defeat the Bay Area Force
Springfield scored a run in the eighth inning on Medford’s lone error and defeated the Rogues 2-1
Medford scored three runs in the sixth inning and three Rogues pitched limited Fresno to three hits.
Kyle Lund matched the Medford Rogues record for RBIs in a game and the team set a mark for hits in a game while routing the Fresno Athletics, 22-7
Griffin Henry went the longest of any Medford Rogues starting pitchers this season and got early support to topple the visiting Fresno A’s, 7-1
The Rogues erupted or 18 hits – including two home runs by Josh Berman – and routed the Fresno Athletics 15-2
It was quite a treat Tuesday at Harry & David Field as the Medford Rogues scored a narrow win over a contingent of past, present and future Oregon State stars
Peterson is the third Rogues player to make the big leagues joining Seth Brown (Oakland Athletics) and Ramon Laureano (Oakland Athletics)
Rogues give General Manager Dave May a win on his birthday
The loss dropped Medford to 11-3 on the season.