The Fort Bend/Sugar Land Team Elite Mizuno won the 2018 Nations Baseball Fall Classic 11 and under championship. Pictured from the left are (top row) Assistant Coach Erick Flores, West Pemberton, Lucky Engleman, Xavier Miranda, Coach Israel Flores, Colin Padavil, Tanner Baumbach, Assistant Coach Zander Flores, (bottom row) Jack Arrington, Jaxson Patterson, Diego Munguia, … [Read more...] about Elite champions
The Sugar Land Skeeters last week announced their annual player honors, naming Anthony Giansanti as the Most Valuable Player, James Russell as the Pitcher of the Year, and Alvaro Rondon as the Community Man of the Year. Giansanti, 30, had a batting average of .295, and on-base percentage of .357, and a .456 slugging percentage to go with 79 runs, 22 doubles, 17 home runs, 58 … [Read more...] about Skeeters announce annual player awards
The Sugar Land Skeeters have not only won the 2018 Atlantic League of Professional Baseball championship, they have won several other post-season awards as well. Last week the league announced its annual awards and the Skeeters were well represented. Outfielder Anthony Giansanti and first baseman Matt Chavez scored double honors, as both made the Atlantic League Post-Season … [Read more...] about Skeeters earn several post-season honors
Houston Astros player George Springer celebrates a home run during Friday’s Game 1 of the American League Division Series against the Cleveland Indians. The Astros won the game 7-2. They went on to sweep Cleveland and clinch a spot in the American League Championship Series. (Photo by Joe Southern) … [Read more...] about Springer dinger!
Sugar Land throws a party for returning champs For the second time in three years, the Sugar Land Skeeters have beaten the Long Island Ducks to bring home the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball championship. The series went to the fifth and deciding game Sunday night with the Skeeters winning it all 4-1 behind a complete game pitching performance by series MVP James … [Read more...] about TWICE AS NICE! – Skeeters win second championship in three years