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Dudley Field played home to historic outburst

Diablos, Golden Gators set Texas League records in 35-21 slugfest
July 30, 2020

No place in Minor League Baseball history provided the spectacle that El Paso's Dudley Field did regularly in its heyday. At an elevation of more than 4,000 feet, the dry desert air and constant high winds combined with quirky outfield dimensions made the stadium a launching pad for baseballs. Throw

Suns' Marisnick has 'grand' ole time

Marlins' No. 2 prospect smacks two slams, plates nine runs
May 30, 2013

Jake Marisnick had a career night after the seventh inning of the Suns' game on Thursday. Then he made it a record-setting evening an inning later. The Marlins' No. 2 prospect hit the first two grand slams of his career and tied the Southern League record with nine RBIs as

Thunder pound record seven homers

Lyerly, Johnson go deep twice each in Trenton's first victory of '12
April 7, 2012

A stiff wind was blowing out to center field at Trenton's Waterfront Park on Saturday afternoon, but it only seemed to help the home team. After mustering four runs in dropping their first two games of the season, the Thunder struck for a franchise-record seven homers in an 11-2 victory

Records tumble in 18-inning EL marathon

Koshansky strikes out seven times; Joseph hits walk-off blast
May 1, 2011

At 5 hours, 27 minutes, it was the longest game in the history of the Eastern League. And it must have felt every bit that long for Richmond Flying Squirrels first baseman Joe Koshansky. Koshansky went 0-for-8 and struck out seven times before Caleb Joseph led off the bottom of

Records tumble in California League slugfest

McOwen's hitting streak reaches 36 games; Storm tee off on Mavericks
June 29, 2009

When High Desert fell behind by eight runs in the first inning, the Mavericks didn't feel much like celebrating. So when James McOwen hit a bouncer that hopped over the first baseman's head to push his hitting streak to a Cal League-record 36 games, he didn't say much. "Oh, man,