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  • Raptors Eliminated by Orem in 11 Innings, 8-7

    With the Raptors clinging to a 7-6 lead in the bottom of the 11th inning, Orem's John Schuknecht hit a two-run double to left field to send the Owlz to the Pioneer League championship series. Ogden had the Owlz down to their last out and last strike before surrendering the game winning knock. MORE »
  • Paz Pulls Raptors Even With Owlz

    Luis Paz hit his third homer in two days, a three-run blast, and the Raptor pitching continued to come up big in a 7-4 win over the Orem Owlz in Orem Saturday afternoon. Paz's power helped Ogden overcome four errors in the field. The win forced a third game to decide the Pioneer League South champion. MORE »
  • Raptors Drop Game One to Owlz, 6-5

    Luis Paz crushed two home runs to drive in three of Ogden's runs, and Raptor All-Star DJ Peters had four hits, but it wasn't enough as the Owlz took game one of a best-of-three series in extra innings, 6-5. Ogden defensive miscues, including a disastrous eighth inning, helped the Owlz score four unearned runs in front of a knowledgable and energetic crowd of 2,050 on a picturesque late-summer evening at Lindquist Field. MORE »
  • Raptors Lose to Rockies 9-2, Focused on Playoffs

    In the last game of the season, the Ogden Raptors lost to the Grand Junction Rockies in a lethargic effort as they mentally prepare for the playoffs. There was little energy for either side, as both teams' postseason fates were sealed last night. MORE »
  • Raptors go to Extras to Clinch Playoff Birth

    The Ogden Raptors clinched a playoff birth when Mitchell Hansen caught Taylor Snyder's deep fly to left, a hit that nearly won it for Grand Junction had it been a few feet farther. The Raptors fought back from deficits of 2-6 and 8-12 to win a wild one in extra innings, 14-13. MORE »
  • Raptors Hang on Against Rockies, 12-10

    Zac Grotz dominated the Grand Junction Rockies for six innings, then had to watch the bullpen nearly blow a 10-run lead. Ultimately, the Raptors prevailed to take the first two games of this series to come within one win of the playoffs. MORE »
  • McDonnell Keeps the Raptors in the Hunt

    With their backs against the wall, the Raptors took game one of against the Rockies in Grand Junction, 6-2. The win keeps the Raptors' playoff hopes alive; Ogden must win two of the final three games against Grand Junction to make the playoffs. MORE »
  • Raptors Collapse in Ninth Against Chukars

    In Ogden, the Raptors blew a 7-4 lead in the ninth to lose 7-8 to the Idaho Falls Chukars, falling 1.5 games back of the Grand Junction Rockies in the playoff race. Ultimately, the loss did not affect Ogden. MORE »
  • Raptors Split Games, Still Gain on Rockies.

    In the middle of a playoff race, Ogden picked a bad time to end a home non-shutout streak of over two years. MORE »
  • DJ's Drive: Peters' Homer Lifts Raptors

    With his high school baseball coach and Tommy Lasorda looking on, DJ Peters homered with two outs in the bottom of the eighth to break a 2-2 tie, lifting the Raptors (17-14) over the Chukars (13-18). MORE »
  • Rains Wash Away Series Opener

    OGDEN -- Rain postponed Thursday's series-opener against Idaho Falls. The clubs will now begin the four-game set Friday. First pitch is set for 6.30 PM MDT. A doubleheader has been scheduled for Saturday, with first pitch at 5:00 PM MDT. MORE »
  • McDonnell Pitches Raptors Over Chukars, 9-5

    Rob McDonnell chucked a gem over the Chukars in the Gem State tonight, giving up two runs in five innings to help Ogden win, 9-5. The win snapped an 11-game losing streak in Idaho Falls, and lifted McDonnell's record to 3-0, tying for the team lead in wins. MORE »
  • Raptors Lose to Chukars, 11-10, Drop Out of First

    The Raptors jumped all over Idaho Falls early, scoring five in the first inning. It still wasn't enough to win in Melaleuca Field, Ogden's House of Horrors; by the end of the first, they were down 5-6. Ogden blew leads of 5-0 and 10-6 to the Chukars. That's the way it has gone for the Raptors this season in Idaho. MORE »
  • Raptors Remain Winless in Idaho Falls

    It was a shootout, but Idaho Falls outhit Ogden, pulling away late, 18-7. It was the 10th straight loss for Ogden at Idaho Falls, dating back to last season. MORE »
  • Chukars Shut Down Raptors, 2-1

    The Idaho Falls Chukars shut down the Ogden Raptors at Melaleuca Field in Idaho Falls, winning 2-1. The loss knocked the Raptors back into a temporary first place tie as Grand Junction was set to play against Orem later in the day. MORE »
  • Raptors Walk Into First Place With 5-4 Win Over Rockies

    Cody Thomas broke out of a slump by slamming two home runs, and Brock Carpenter drew a walk with the bases loaded in extra innings to deliver a true walk-off victory against the Rockies Saturday night in Ogden. MORE »
  • Raptors Win Close at Home Again, 6-5

    Zac Grotz shut down the potent Rockies offense in 4 2/3 innings of relief, Keibert Ruiz got three hits (again), and Brandon Montgomery put on a show with his father and brother in attendance to help the Raptors win, 6-5... MORE »
  • Raptors Lose Ugly, 12-3

    The Rockies scored in each of the first five innings to jump out to an insurmountable 11-1 lead, holding the Raptors at bay in the playoff chase. A night after pulling off an emotional win, Ogden was flat. The Raptors fell 1 1/2 games back of the Rockies with 14 games left in the season. MORE »
  • Raptors Walk-Off the Rockies in Wild Game, 11-10

    Brandon Montgomery hit a solo home run to send the game to extra innings, and Errol Robinson hit a walk-off single as the Ogden Raptors pulled off a comeback victory over the Grand Junction Rockies.. MORE »
  • Raptors Roar, Blowout Birds 12-6 to Split Series

    The Raptors attacked the Birds early with eight runs in the first three innings, then coasted to a 12-6 win thanks to another solid outing by the bullpen. The win salvaged a split in the four game series. MORE »