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Casteel’s Grand Slam Lifts Stripers in Norfolk

Ryan Casteel’s opposite-field slam gives Gwinnett a 6-2 road victory
June 24, 2021

NORFOLK, Va. – A five-run fourth inning highlighted by a Ryan Casteel grand slam sent the Gwinnett Stripers (22-22) to a 6-2 victory over the Norfolk Tides (17-25) on Thursday night at Harbor Park. Decisive Play: After a bases-loaded walk by Phillip Ervin cut the deficit to 2-1, Casteel launched

Casteel, Pfeifer named Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week

Casteel posted an .858 OPS last week and Pfeifer worked 8.0 shutout innings in one start
August 26, 2019

PEARL, MS - Mississippi Braves first baseman Ryan Casteel  and left-handed pitcher Phil Pfeifer have been named Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week. The awards were given for their performances for the M-Braves from Aug. 19-25.

Casteel makes history for Mississippi

Braves farmhand records franchise's first three-homer game
July 3, 2019

In his first year in the Braves organization, Ryan Casteel made some Southern League history.The veteran first baseman recorded the first three-homer game in team history, collecting four hits, five RBIs and four runs scored in Double-A Mississippi's 14-13 loss to Pensacola on Wednesday night at Blue Wahoos Stadium. All

Casteel Anderson named Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week

Casteel hit .366 over 11 games while Anderson led the league with 20 strikeouts
July 1, 2019

PEARL, MS - Mississippi Braves first baseman Ryan Casteel  and right-handed pitcher Ian Anderson have been named Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week. The awards were given for their performances for the M-Braves from June 20-30.

Casteel, Davidson named Farm Bureau Players of the Week

Each win the award for the second time this season
May 20, 2019

PEARL, MS - Mississippi Braves infielder Ryan Casteel  and left-handed pitcher Tucker Davidson  have been named this week's Farm Bureau Player and Pitcher of the Week. The awards were given for their performances for the M-Braves from May 13-19.

Varsho's big week eclipses the competition

Hops catcher leads Players of the Week with eight extra-base hits
August 28, 2017

Ancient myths claim that solar eclipses can be bad omens. For catcher Daulton Varsho, last week's spectacle was anything but. The D-backs' No. 16 prospect won Northwest League Player of the Week after going 10-for-20 (.500) with three homers, one triple, four doubles, seven RBIs and seven runs scored over

Travs Open Final Roadtrip with 10-run Win

Arkansas swats 15 hits and draws 11 walks
August 26, 2017

Springdale, AR-The final roadtrip of the season for Arkansas Travelers opened in celebratory fashion with a resounding 13-3 win over the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. The Travs banged out 15 hits and drew a season-best 11 walks on their way to the win. Five players had multiple hits and four drove

Casteel's 2 Homers Topple Tulsa

Ryan Casteel hits the fifth multi-homer game of the year by a Trav
August 24, 2017

North Little Rock, AR-Ryan Casteel blasted a pair of homers and Bryan Evans tossed a strong six and two-thirds innings leading the Arkansas Travelers over the Tulsa Drillers 7-2 on Thursday night at Dickey-Stephens Park in front of 5,250. The loss snapped an eight game winning streak for the Drillers.Moments

Arkansas Takes 4th Straight Behind Casteel, DeFratus

Casteel homers and drives in four, DeFratus earns win on mound
July 21, 2017

North Little Rock, AR-A complete team effort led the Arkansas Travelers to their fourth consecutive victory, a 6-3 win over the Springfield Cardinals on Thursday night. The Traveler win also snapped a seven game winning streak for Springfield.               Early in the game, the Travs built a six-run lead. They got

Rally Forces Extras but Travs Fall in 11

3-run 9th Inning Prolonged Game Before Tulsa Wins
May 6, 2017

North Little Rock, AR-The Arkansas Travelers rallied from four runs down on Friday night but eventually fell to the Tulsa Drillers in 11 innings, 5-4 in front of 7,101 at Dickey-Stephens Park.               Trailing 4-0 in the sixth the Travs got one back in the bottom half when Jay Baum doubled,