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Bats Back Macuare & Pen, CC Takes Lead in Final Series 

September 19, 2021

SAN ANTONIO – The Hooks supported a strong start by Angel Macuare with a 12-hit effort Saturday night, including a season-high five doubles, to knock off the Missions, 6-1, before 4,632 fans at Wolff Stadium. Corpus Christi chased San Antonio starter Pedro Avila with four straight hits to start the

Daniels, Henderson & Tejada Back 14-Hit Attack

September 2, 2021

SPRINGDALE, AR – Corpus Christi capitalized on strong pitching performances by plating five two-out runs in the fifth inning Wednesday night, leading to a 5-2 win over the Northwest Arkansas Naturals at Arvest Ballpark. Brett Daniels earned the victory by spinning five frames of two-hit, two-run ball. The first Naturals

Walk-Off Walk Carries Travelers 

August 27, 2021

NORTH LITTLE ROCK – A two-out free pass in the ninth inning Thursday night handed Arkansas a 2-1 victory over the Hooks at Dickey Stephens Park. The Travelers have won the first three games in the set by four total runs. Hooks right-hander Felipe Tejada, who posted zeroes in the

Five Home Runs Power Hooks

August 15, 2021

AMARILLO – Following a two-week stay on the injured list, Scott Schreiber belted two home runs Saturday night, leading the charge in a 12-6 Hooks victory over the Sod Poodles before 6,503 fans at Hodgetown. Corpus Christi and the Sod Poodles combined for nine home runs, the most struck in

Sod Poodles Take Rain-Shortened Affair

August 13, 2021

AMARILLO – Ryne Nelson struck out 12 over five innings while Alek Thomas and Stone Garrett hit home runs, leading Amarillo to a 3-1 victory over the Hooks in seven innings before an announced crowd of 4,726 at Hodgetown. A nearly two-hour rain delay prompted the condensed contest. Nelson labored

Hooks Stop Late Rally to Secure Opener

August 4, 2021

SAN ANTONIO – Right-fielder Corey Julks and right-hander Jimmy Endersby set the pace Tuesday night as the Hooks engineered a 6-3 win over the Missions before 5,286 fans at Wolff Stadium. Julks collected three of Corpus Christi’s nine hits and scored two runs. Endersby (3-4) fired five innings of one-run

Koenig & Company Keep CC Bats at Bay

July 21, 2021

MIDLAND – Southpaw Jared Koenig captured his fifth win of the season with six strong innings Wednesday night as the RockHounds edged the Hooks, 3-2, at Momentum Bank Ballpark. Corpus Christi outhit Midland, 11 to four, but the club stranded seven and hit into two double plays, to go along

Hooks Play Long Ball Late, Fall Short Sunday at Amarillo

June 13, 2021

AMARILLO – Jancarlos Cintron clubbed a grand slam in the second inning Sunday evening, fueling a six-run frame that carried the Sod Poodles to a series split, as Amarillo held on for a 7-5 win over Corpus Christi before 6,145 fans at Hodgetown. The Hooks, who have won five of

Back-to-Back Blasts Set Stage for Win at Hodgetown

June 12, 2021

AMARILLO – For the second time in the last five games, J.J. Matijevic and Norel González connected on consecutive home runs, forging a four-run third as the Hooks knocked off the Sod Poodles, 8-3, before 6,312 fans at Hodgetown. Corpus Christi, having won five of the last six, is 10-6

Bravo Spearheads Pitching Gem in Tourists 3-1 Win

Valdez's Home Run Enough for Asheville as Pitching Staff Dominates
June 3, 2021

GREENVILLE- The Asheville Tourists’ pitching staff delivered a bounce back performance on Thursday night and it turned out to be one of their best pitching performances of the year. Jose Bravo pitched six innings, a first for a Tourists pitcher this season, and led the Tourists to a 3-1 victory

Tourists Drop Second Straight at Home for the First Time

Hot Rods Take Series Finale at McCormick Field
May 30, 2021

ASHEVILLE- The Asheville Tourists have been very good playing at McCormick Field through the month of May. Sunday afternoon marked the first time Asheville has suffered back-to-back home losses. The Tourists fell 6-2 to the Bowling Green Hot Rods, their second straight loss, however Asheville still won the series four