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  • Dusty's March Mayhem

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  • Dust Devils Valentine's Day Cards

    Give your friends a special Dust Devils themed Valentine's Day Card! MORE »
  • Dust Devils Valentine's Day Package

    Order the Dust Devils Valentine's Day Package today for the opportunity to have Dusty deliver their package to your special Valentine on February 14th! MORE »
  • 2017 Dust Devils Coaching Staff Announced

    Ben Fritz returns for his second season as the Dust Devils Manager, while Tri-City will also welcome new Hitting Coach Hunter Mense, Pitching Coach John Spence, Coach Oscar Salazar, Strength Coach Sam Hoffman, and Athletic Trainer Isak Yoon to the coaching staff. MORE »
  • Dust Devils Halloween Pumpkin Designs

    Celebrate Halloween by creating your very own Tri-City Dust Devils pumpkin! Print out one of these three Dust Devils pumpkin stencils to lighten up your Halloween festivities. Kids: Make sure a parent or adult is helping you with this activity! MORE »
  • Dust Devils Break Attendance Record

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (15-23, 34-42) rallied to defeat the Vancouver Canadians (13-23, 29-45) in the last game of the season 6-3. With a crowd of 2,701 at Gesa Stadium the Dust Devils set a new regular season attendance record of 86,886. MORE »
  • Wild Pitch Leads to Walk-Off Win

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (14-23, 33-42) escaped with the 6-5 win in extra innings on Saturday night over the Vancouver Canadians (13-22, 29-44). A wild pitch in the tenth inning allowed Luis Asuncion to score the game's winning run. MORE »
  • Canadians Keep Dust Devils Scoreless

    A tough night at the plate led to the 8-0 loss for the Tri-City Dust Devils (13-23, 32-42) at the hands of the Vancouver Canadians (113-21, 29-43) in front of 3,119 fans on Saturday night at Gesa Stadium. The Canadians jumped out to an early lead in the first inning and never looked back. MORE »
  • Eugene Tops Tri-City in Final Road Game

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (13-22, 32-41) fell behind early and could not produce a comeback on Friday night as the team lost 9-3 to the Eugene Emeralds (26-9, 54-19). The victory for the Emeralds completed their sweep of the series over Tri-City. MORE »
  • Emeralds Blank Dust Devils

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (13-21, 32-40) struggled at the plate on Thursday night as the team lost 4-0 to the Eugene Emeralds (25-9, 53-19). Tri-City was limited to just three hits by the Emeralds in the loss. MORE »
  • Dust Devils Lose Longest Game of the Year

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (13-20, 32-39) dropped an extra innings affair on Wednesday night 3-2 to the Eugene Emeralds (24-9, 52-19). The 12-inning game took over four hours, making it the longest game of the season for Tri-City. MORE »
  • Overstreet and DeLeon Shine in Road Loss

    A late rally fell short on Tuesday night as the Tri-City Dust Devils (13-19, 32-38) lost to the Eugene Emeralds (23-9, 51-19) on the road 7-5. Providing a spark at the plate Kyle Overstreet had three hits and Manny DeLeon scored two of the team's five runs. MORE »
  • Tri-City Drops Series Opener to Eugene

    A G.K. Young home run was not enough for the Tri-City Dust Devils (13-18, 32-37) on Monday night as the team fell 4-2 to the Eugene Emeralds (22-9, 50-19). Buddy Reed continued his hot stretch at the plate, extending his hitting streak to seven games. MORE »
  • Dust Devils Sweep Spokane

    Behind an extra innings rally the Tri-City Dust Devils (13-17, 32-36) beat the Spokane Indians (9-21, 28-40) on Sunday night 3-2. The victory completed the second sweep of the season for the Dust Devils. MORE »
  • Big Inning Leads to Second Straight Win

    An impressive offensive performance boosted the Tri-City Dust Devils (12-17, 31-36) to the 9-3 win over the Spokane Indians (9-20, 28-39) on Saturday night. The Dust Devils scored six runs in the third inning, highlighted by a G.K. Young home run. MORE »
  • Balanced Effort Lifts Dust Devils

    Strong pitching combined with a successful evening at the plate led the Tri-City Dust Devils (11-17, 30-36) to the 7-3 victory over the Spokane Indians (9-19, 28-38) on Friday night. The Dust Devils hit four doubles and scored five runs in the fifth inning to break the game open. MORE »
  • Rally Falls Short in Series Finale

    The Tri-City Dust Devils (10-17, 29-36) could not complete the comeback as the team lost 5-4 to the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (11-15, 28-36) on Wednesday night at Gesa Stadium. Catcher Wilfri De La Cruz produced at the plate for the Dust Devils, collecting two hits and scoring two of the team's four runs. MORE »
  • Dust Devils Erupt Against Salem-Keizer

    Behind a season-high 13 runs the Tri-City Dust Devils (10-16, 29-35) beat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (11-15, 28-36) at Gesa Stadium on Tuesday night 13-2. Four different Tri-City players had multiple hits in the lopsided win. MORE »