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Charleston RiverDogs News List

  • RiverDogs' Kamplain Tabbed SAL Pitcher of the Week
    Charleston RiverDogs left-handed pitcher Justin Kamplain received the South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week Award for games played August 31 - September 7 on Tuesday. For the week, Kamplain went 1-0 with a 0.00 ERA in two games started with no allowed on nine hits, he did not walk anyone and struck out 11 across 12 1/3 innings.

  • RiverDogs' David Eller Honored as Visiting Clubhouse Manager of the Year
    South Atlantic League President Eric Krupa has announced the recipients of the 2015 South Atlantic League Outstanding Achievement Awards and the Charleston RiverDogs' David Eller was named the Visiting Clubhouse Manager of the Year for the 2015 season. The award was voted on by all 14 members of the South Atlantic League, and Eller was determined to be the league's best in the position.

  • Fitting End: RiverDogs Swat GreenJackets 2-1 In 10-Innings
    The Charleston RiverDogs were down to their final two outs of the 2015 season, but they came back to tie the game in the ninth and defeated the Augusta GreenJackets 2-1 in 10 innings, Monday afternoon at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

  • RiverDogs Doubled Up By GreenJackets 4-2
    The Charleston RiverDogs out-hit the Augusta GreenJackets, but they could not inch closer than two runs after falling behind early and took a 4-2 loss Sunday evening at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

  • Sands, Jose Push RiverDogs Past 'Jackets 4-3 in Extras
    Dominic Jose drove in Donny Sands with a single to center and gave the Charleston RiverDogs a 4-3 lead in the 11th inning, they wouldn't relinquish to the Augusta GreenJackets, Saturday night at Lake Olmstead Stadium. It marked their second win in a row and 12th victory of the season series.

  • Maher, RiverDogs Shutout GreenJackets 3-0
    Joey Maher pitched seven scoreless innings and led the Charleston RiverDogs to a 3-0 victory over the Augusta GreenJackets Friday night at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

  • 'Jackets Sting RiverDogs 7-2
    The Charleston RiverDogs fell behind by seven runs to the Augusta GreenJackets after the first five innings and were unable to come back, as they lost 7-2 in the series opener Thursday night at Lake Olmstead Stadium.

  • Charleston Falls 3-0 in Home Finale, Final Attendance Increases to 292,661
    The Charleston RiverDogs failed to score a run in the final home game of the season, as they fell 3-0 to the Asheville Tourists in front of 5,014 fans Wednesday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.

  • RiverDogs Set New Single-Season Attendance Mark
    The Charleston RiverDogs welcomed 4,485 fans to Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park Tuesday night and established a new single-season franchise record for attendance.

  • RiverDogs Walk Off Wildly 4-3, Crush Attendance Record
    The Charleston RiverDogs walked off with a 4-3 victory over the Asheville Tourists after a wild bottom of the ninth inning in front of 4,485 fans Tuesday night at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park.

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