Rochester-native George Mogridge, who threw a no-hitter during his MLB career, especially stood out when he pitched on June 9.
Rochester-born right-hander Bernie Boland threw a complete-game in a victory against the Yankees on June 5, 1917.
Thomas Bryant and the Washington Wizards are reportedly going to be a a part of the NBA’s 22-team return from the COVID-19 shutdown.
Rochester-born Heinie Groh was traded on May 22, 1913, a move that helped get his MLB career off the ground.
Tim Redding, who starred at Churchville-Chili and Monroe Community College, had multiple solid MLB outings on May 19.
We picked Rochester Red Wings dream teams from the Minnesota Twins-era, spanning 2003 to the present.
Rochester-born Jim Poole recorded his first MLB save on May 18, 1991 for the Texas Rangers.
Johnny Antonelli was traded from the Milwaukee Braves to the New York Giants on Feb. 1, 1954. Warren Spahn had suggested that the Braves didn’t need a third left-handed starting pitcher…
Bob Keegan graduated from Rochester’s Marshall High School before playing Major League Baseball for the Chicago White Sox.
Former MLB pitcher Gene Krapp was born in Rochester, N.Y. on May 12, 1887, 133 years ago.