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Charleston RiverDogs News List
Charleston RiverDogs News List

  • RiverDogs Rally in the Ninth, Defeat Greenville 3-2
    Trailing 2-1 with three outs to go in Sunday night's series finale, the Charleston RiverDogs mounted a late comeback and beat the Greenville Drive 3-2 at Fluor Field at the West End. The RiverDogs split the series with the Drive two games apiece and they finish the seven-game road trip with a 4-3 record.

  • Montgomery Deals, R'Dogs Snap Skid Against Drive 5-4
    Jordan Montgomery tossed a career-high seven-scoreless innings and the Charleston RiverDogs held on late to pick up their first win against the Greenville Drive this season in 5-4 fashion, Saturday night at Fluor Field at the West End. The last RiverDogs win over the Drive came at The Joe on August 28, 2014.

  • RiverDogs Drop Nail-Biter to Greenville, 2-1
    Chris Breen provided a spark to the Charleston RiverDogs' offense with a solo home run in the top of the fifth, but the R'Dogs fell 2-1 to the Greenville Drive in the second game of a four-game series Friday night at Fluor Field at the West End.

  • RiverDogs Host "Bark for Your Brew" June 7th
    Enjoy a unique opportunity to sample some of the finest craft beers at Bark for Your Brew, a dog-friendly, craft beer tasting. Bark for Your Brew is set for Sunday, June 7, at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park at 2 pm prior to the RiverDogs' Dog Day Game scheduled against the Asheville Tourists (first pitch is 5:05 pm).

  • RiverDogs Blanked by Greenville 8-0 in Opener
    The Charleston RiverDogs dropped the first of four games against the Greenville Drive 8-0 at Fluor Field at the West End Thursday night. The season series is now 5-0 in favor of the Drive in wins and 24-5 in runs.

  • Another Packed Homestand Begins Monday at The Joe
    Following a seven-game road trip to Rome and Greenville, the Charleston RiverDogs return home for three games against the Rome Braves. This will be Rome's only visit to The Joe during the first half of the season.

  • Memorial Day Picnic and Barbecue in Murray's Mezzanine
    The Charleston RiverDogs are bringing all the fun of Memorial Day barbecues to The Joe with a special picnic in Murray's Mezzanine before Monday's 6:35 p.m. game against the Rome Braves.

  • Extra-Inning Magic Lifts R'Dogs to Series Win
    The Charleston RiverDogs outlasted the Rome Braves 2-1 in a low-scoring, 10-inning affair Wednesday afternoon at State Mutual Stadium. It's the first time this season that Charleston has played extra innings, they were the final team in the South Atlantic League to play bonus baseball.

  • Charleston Chopped 2-0 in Tuesday Matinee
    Starting pitcher Justin Kamplain held the Rome Braves scoreless for the first five innings, but the Charleston RiverDogs could not put a run on the board Tuesday afternoon at State Mutual Stadium and were defeated 2-0. The loss marks the first time in the 2015 season that the R'Dogs have been held scoreless.

  • Four-Run Fourth Boosts R'Dogs to 6-2 Victory
    The Charleston RiverDogs got on the board first and never looked back, winning the series opener against the Rome Braves 6-2 Monday night at State Mutual Stadium.

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