Trenton >> This one was for the dogs. No, literally, for the dogs. The Thunder held Bat Dog Appreciation on Monday night and dressed the players in a collector’s edition jersey featuring the club’s world famous bat dog Derby. ESPN’s E60 program profiled the Thunder’s family of bat dogs in a 2015 feature story that gained Chase, Derby and Rookie fans from around the country.
Trenton >> Domingo Acevedo now has six Double-A starts to his name, and on the evidence available, the 23-year-old is every bit the starting pitching prospect the Yankees hoped for. Acevedo dazzled for seven innings even though he ended up with a no-decision after Richmond’s C.J. Hinojosa belted a two-run homer in the eight innings that gave the visiting Flying Squirrels a 3-2 victory over the Thunder on Monday night at Arm & Hammer Park.
Trenton >> Tyler Wade got the call to the show, while Jorge Mateo, one of the highest-rated prospects in the Yankees’ organization, will finally make his Double-A debut with the Thunder. When Starlin Castro pulled up injured during Monday night’s game at the White Sox, the Yankees’ hand was forced and they opted to call up the 22-year-old Wade from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes/Barre. Wade, the No.
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Selecting a term
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Companies or Topics (e.g. iPhone, Microsoft)
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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