Red Wing lineup shows no signs of relenting

Red Wing lineup shows no signs of relenting

His second homer of the day was a titanic blast, clearing the right-field video board. Ball park technology said the ball traveled 440 feet. The folks in the Wings clubhouse are quite sure it went farther, that the measuring device may lose tracking ability once the ball goes behind a solid object like the video board…

Red Wings Announce 50-Degree Guarantee for Home Opener

Three strikes and you’re out. Those are the rules. And despite swinging and missing each of the last two years, Rochester Red Wings General Manager Dan Mason is back again to make a bold guarantee regarding the weather for the Home Opener on Friday, April 14 at 1:35 p.m…

Anna “Bert” Silver Passes Away

Anna “Bert” Silver Passes Away

Courtesy of RedWingsBaseball.com ROCHESTER, NY – Anna “Bert” Silver, widow of the late Morrie Silver, the former President of the Rochester Red Wings and the man credited with saving professional baseball in Rochester in the 1950s, passed away early Saturday morning. She was 98. “This is a sad day for Rochester Community Baseball,” Red Wings […]

Rochester Red Wings 2015 Spring Training Outlook

Rochester Red Wings 2015 Spring Training Outlook

Courtesy of RedWingsBaseball.com (Rochester, NY) – The Rochester Red Wings will report to the CenturyLink Sports Complex in Ft. Myers, Florida on Tuesday, March 10 before a 20-game spring training slate begins on Sunday, March 15, the club announced on Tuesday. The team will arrive in Rochester on Monday, April 6 and open the 2015 season on […]

Mike Quade tabbed as Red Wings new skipper

The Minnesota Twins announced today that they have hired former Chicago Cubs managerMike Quade as manager of the Rochester Red Wings. Quade becomes the 44th manager in Red Wings history replacing Gene Glynn who will serve as the Twins third base coach in 2015…