The Weekend in Review/Shockers top Patriots

Navojoa The Greensboro Grasshoppers had another nine inning complete-game shutout back last Thursday from Derrell McCall and then followed that up with another nine inning complete-game from Graham Taylor on Friday night. The Hoppers’ pitching staff has put together four complete games this season and three of those belong to Taylor. The big thing about this… Continue reading The Weekend in Review/Shockers top Patriots

Hoppers win Fifth in a Row/Patriots top Randolph County

The Greensboro Grasshoppers made it five wins in a row on Tuesday night with their 5-4 come from behind victory over the Lexington, Kentucky Legends. Roger Clemens kid, Koby Clemens drove in three runs for Lexington but it wasn’t enough as the Hoppers’ Spike McDougall brought home Chris Hatcher with a sacrifice fly to right… Continue reading Hoppers win Fifth in a Row/Patriots top Randolph County

Software Upgrades

This weekend, I updated the software than runs the site (WordPress). A nice feature in the upgrade was the Askimet Spam plugin, I had an earlier version installed and it had stopped over 9,000 spam commenters since it was first installed. Occassionally, a comment gets flagged as SPAM. If you include a lot of hyperlinks… Continue reading Software Upgrades

Gamble on the Go…..

This word from of Jim Gentry out of Gene’s Barber Shop over on Spring Garden Street home of Jimmy, Frank, Ben, and John. Watch for Charlie Gamble Jr. of N.C. A&T and Southern Guilford in the upcoming Major League Baseball draft. Gamble Jr. feels like he’ll get selected by someone on Friday, the second day of the… Continue reading Gamble on the Go…..

Hoppers Sending 5 To SAL All-Star Game

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Amanda Williams June 5, 2007 336.268.2884 FIVE TO REPRESENT GREENSBORO IN ALL-STAR GAME (Greensboro, NC) The Greensboro Grasshoppers are proud to announce the selection of four players and one coach to the 48th Annual South Atlantic League All-Star roster. Graham Taylor, a left-handed pitcher in his first full professional season,… Continue reading Hoppers Sending 5 To SAL All-Star Game

State Championship Celebration

The North Carolina Gaters Boys AAU basketball teams will host their State Championship Celebration Day on Sunday June 10 at the Gaters Gym on Horsepen Creek Road. The festivities begin at 3pm /doors open at 2:30.  There will be an Exhibition Game between the 17U Blue State Champs and the 19U Blue State Champs.  This will be… Continue reading State Championship Celebration

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The Quakers see the Light/The Guilford Patriots will finish under the Lights

The Guilford College Quakers have added four light structures and will be playing night football this fall.  The new poles are in place and I saw them with my own two eyes last night during the heavy rain storm at the campus off of West Friendly Avenue and New Garden Road. Randy Doss, Dave Walters,… Continue reading The Quakers see the Light/The Guilford Patriots will finish under the Lights

Grasshoppers: Millionth Fan Press Release

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Amanda Williams June 3, 2007 336.268.2884 HOPPERS HOST 1,000,000TH FAN AT FIRST HORIZON PARK The Greensboro Grasshoppers entered Sunday afternoon’s game needing just 4,084 fans to reach the most significant milestone to date in First Horizon Park’s young history. Craig Hunter of Mount Airy was recorded as the 1,000,000th fan… Continue reading Grasshoppers: Millionth Fan Press Release

The Weekend in Review and What was Johnnie Morton thinking?

The Greensboro Grasshoppers had a busy two-day stretch at First Horizon Park with a win Saturday and a loss on Sunday.  Saturday night the Hoppers pounded the West Virginia Power 10-3 and then on Sunday afternoon the Power crushed the Hoppers 15-3.  We need a pitcher not an underwear stitcher was heard throughout the stadium… Continue reading The Weekend in Review and What was Johnnie Morton thinking?