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Ryan Soares promoted to Lakeland

Middle infielder Ryan Soares was promoted from extended spring training to the Lakeland Flying Tigers Monday.

Soares, 23, appeared in 38 games with the Connecticut Tigers in 2010, finishing the season with a .220 batting average, .248 on-base percentage and .283 slugging percentage.  40 more words

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Tigers lose at damp Dodd

Many Connecticut Tigers players donned jackets in the dugout for the first time this season on a damp, windy Monday evening at Dodd Stadium.

The wet conditions did not seem to suit the Tigers, who stumbled to a 10-2 loss to the Tri-City Valleycats. 124 more words

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Players, manager say HGH testing will benefit game


NORWICH, Conn. — For more than a decade, Major League Baseball claimed it was waging a war against performance-enhancing drugs. Late last month it made a significant move to clean up the sport. 605 more words

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Polk sparks Tigers offense in 2-1 victory

P.J. Polk used his speed to get the Connecticut Tigers offense going early in Tuesday’s 2-1 victory over the Vermont Lake Monsters.

Polk led off the first inning with an infield single and advanced to second on a throwing error by Vermont shortstop Jason Martinson.  242 more words

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Mendoza helps Tigers snap skid

Connecticut Tigers starting pitcher Clemente Mendoza entered Thursday’s game against the State College Spikes with a 1-3 record and a 7.88 ERA, disappointing numbers for a player who had led the Oneonta Tigers in ERA the previous season. 292 more words

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Tigers split doubleheader

The Connecticut Tigers split Saturday’s doubleheader with the Batavia Muckdogs, losing game one 5-3 and winning game two 8-1.

Clemente Mendoza was charged with the loss in game one.  185 more words

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Soares sparks comeback

The Connecticut Tigers used a combination of long ball and small ball to defeat the Mahoning Valley Scrappers 5-4 in a come-from-behind extra innings victory Tuesday. 323 more words

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