TROY, N.Y. >> It wasn’t so much a celebration for Jake Adams when he went to one knee after winning the home run derby in the final seconds of the final round. He went to the ground out of pure exhaustion. After hitting 37 home runs, the big guy needed a break. “I was tired,” Adams said. “I just wanted to lay down and catch my breath a little bit. It was cool. All the All-Stars were coming out and congratulating me.”Adams said he tried to conserve energy in the first two rounds.
"Everything feels great," Harvey said after the start. "The arm feels great. I'm looking forward to my next outing and to get my rhythm and timing back." The home team, the Hudson Valley Renegades, is an affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. But seemingly the majority of fans were donning some sort of Mets garb. When the former All-Star Game starter strolled out to the bullpen in his Mets gear, he received a loud ovation.
TROY, N.Y. >> The New York-Penn League All-Star game will make its way to the Capital Region on Tuesday and some of the game’s best young prospects will showcase their talents at Joe Bruno Stadium. Before you head out to the ballpark, make sure you learn about the players being represented. The Record is breaking down the top players on both rosters, and is giving you a reason to be excited about watching the future of baseball in Troy. Scudder, 22, hasn’t had an amazing season for Auburn.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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