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Veen, Romo provide Rocky Mountain hope

Colorado's rebuild shows lots of promise at lower levels of system
November 10, 2021

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Lowriders cruise to 10-0 victory over Giants 

Mateo Gil (2-run) and Drew Romo (3-run) both crush homers for Fresno
May 22, 2021

Fresno, California (Friday, May 21) – The Lowriders de Fresno (11-5) didn’t pump the brakes all night, throttling the San Jose Giants (9-7) 10-0 Friday evening from Chukchansi Park. Fresno supplied 14 hits with three different batters achieving multi-hit, RBI and run games. The Lowriders’ offense drove home five runs

Sunday Sweep: Fresno brings out the brooms against Visalia 

Grizzlies extend win streak to six games; bests Rawhide 6-2 in series finale
May 16, 2021

Fresno, California (Sunday, May 16) – The Fresno Grizzlies (9-3) conquered the Visalia Rawhide (1-11) 6-2 Sunday afternoon from Chukchansi Park. The victory propelled the Grizzlies to their sixth straight home win and gave them a series sweep of the Rawhide. Fresno starter Mike Ruff (3-0) enjoyed the win after

Grizzlies walk-off Rawhide 6-5 (11) to stay undefeated at home

Ezequiel Tovar supplies a homer and the walk-off double
May 15, 2021

Fresno, California (Friday, May 14) – The Fresno Grizzlies (7-3) provided two types of fireworks for their first Friday home game of the season. The fans enjoyed a 6-5 extra-inning walk-off by Ezequiel Tovar, then celebrated with a firework display. With the victory, the Grizzlies improved to 4-0 at home

Fresno stifled by San Jose 9-4 on Friday

Loss snaps Grizzlies’ nine-game win streak that dated back to 2019
May 8, 2021

San Jose, California – The Fresno Grizzlies had won nine straight contests dating back to August 28, 2019. That streak came to an end Friday night at the hands of the San Jose Giants, 9-4. San Jose scored four first inning runs and never looked back. Armani Smith highlighted the