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Capacity crowd help Grizzlies to series-opening win

Fresno improves to 94-63 all-time vs. Albuquerque
August 30, 2019

Fresno, CA (Friday, August 30) - Three home runs by the Fresno Grizzlies (62-75) wowed a crowd of 12,812 on Friday night at Chukchansi Park, and carried the home side to a 6-5 victory in the series-opener against the Albuquerque Isotopes (60-77). The Grizzlies have now hit 202 homers this

Grizzlies down Isotopes 5-3 Sunday

Yadiel Hernandez joins the Fresno 30-HR club
August 25, 2019

Albuquerque, NM (Sunday, August 25) - In the last road game of the regular season, the Fresno Grizzlies (58-74) clipped the Albuquerque Isotopes (57-75) 5-3 from "The Lab." Fresno split the series and improved to 13-7 on Sundays (8-3 away). Scott Copeland (5-5, win), Sam Freeman (hold) and James Bourque

Fresno falls 1-0 (10) to San Antonio despite Copeland's masterful start

Scott Copeland ties career-high with nine strikeouts over six scoreless frames
August 2, 2019

San Antonio, Texas (Friday, August 2) - In Fresno's first ever visit to San Antonio, it was the Missions (69-42) who were victorious, defeating the Grizzlies (53-58) 1-0 in 10 innings Friday night. Fresno dropped their seventh straight game, equaling a season-long and fell to 7-6 in extras (4-2 on

Battery Power: Copeland shines on the hill, catcher Gushue (3-for-4) homers in 4-1 Grizz win at SAC

Fresno holds Sacramento to four hits while winning for the sixth time in seven games
May 8, 2019

West Sacramento, Calif. (Wednesday, May 8) - Catcher Taylor Gushue extended the longest Fresno Grizzlies hit streak this season to 11 games, going 3-for-4 with a homer on Tuesday afternoon at Raley Field. The Grizzlies (17-16) knocked off the Sacramento River Cats (16-17) for the second time in as many

Copeland anchors Baby Cakes' no-hitter

Combines with Cervenka, Cunniff on team's first no-no since '01
April 15, 2017

Scott Copeland left the mound in the seventh inning, knowing full well what was going on. That he didn't get a chance to complete the gem he was crafting on the diamond was an unfortunate byproduct of several factors. But the 29-year-old has been around baseball long enough to know