Bill Hass

Bill Hass on Baseball:Herman “Feeling Good” after 4 RBIs

Herman “Feeling Good” after 4 RBIs from Bill Hass, with Bill on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com Jack Herman likes being a little different. When he comes to the plate for the Hoppers, for instance, his walk-up music isn’t a fast-paced piece to get his adrenaline pumping. Instead, it’s the smooth, jazzy, old-time Big Band sound Bill Hass on Baseball:Herman “Feeling Good” after 4 RBIs

Bill Hass on Baseball:Harrer’s simple approach pays off

Harrer’s simple approach pays off from Bill Hass, with Bill on Baseball, from www.gsohoppers.com Keep it simple. Sometimes baseball players forget that basic rule and become their own worst enemies. Just ask Hoppers’ outfielder Justin Harrer. Harrer continued his hot hitting Wednesday afternoon with a home run, a double, two RBIs and two runs scored Bill Hass on Baseball:Harrer’s simple approach pays off

Bill Hass on Baseball:Mangieri makes presence felt with two HRs

Mangieri makes presence felt with two HRs from Bill Hass on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com…. Luke Mangieri had a one-word answer when he was asked about his first impressions of Greensboro. “Hot,” he said after a sweltering Tuesday night in which he helped the Hoppers beat Hagerstown 9–3. That’s also an apt description of the Bill Hass on Baseball:Mangieri makes presence felt with two HRs

Bill Hass on Baseball:Mason Martin moves up to Bradenton

Mason Martin moves up to Bradenton from Bill Hass on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers), at www.gsohoppers.com The monsoon rain that swept through First National Bank Field Sunday was a surprise, but the news after the game’s cancellation was not. The Pirates promoted Mason Martin, the Hoppers’ slugging first baseman, to High A Bradenton. It was inevitable after Bill Hass on Baseball:Mason Martin moves up to Bradenton

Bill Hass on Baseball:Hoppers will carry on despite elimination

Hoppers will carry on despite elimination from Bill Hass, with Bill on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com Wednesday will bring another day and another baseball game for the Hoppers. That’s the approach manager Miguel Perez expects his team to take, even though Greensboro was officially eliminated from the Northern Division race in the first half of Bill Hass on Baseball:Hoppers will carry on despite elimination

Bill Hass on Baseball:Ogle’s new role clinches Hoppers’ win

Ogle’s new role clinches Hoppers’ win from Bill Hass, with Bill on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com Closing games is not something Braedon Ogle ever thought he would be doing, nor is it something he will necessarily be doing down the road. But as long as he’s in that role, he’s having fun. The hard-throwing left-hander Bill Hass on Baseball:Ogle’s new role clinches Hoppers’ win

Bill Hass on Baseball:Neither rain nor Hoppers stop Asheville

Neither rain nor Hoppers stop Asheville from Bill Hass with Bill on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com…. Rain, shine, afternoon, night?—?none of it seems to matter when the Hoppers play Asheville. The Tourists put a 9–2 licking on Greensboro Sunday afternoon in a game shortened to seven innings by rain. It was delayed once for 41 Bill Hass on Baseball:Neither rain nor Hoppers stop Asheville

Bill Hass on Baseball:Lakewood pitching stifles Hoppers

Lakewood pitching stifles Hoppers from Bill Hass with Bill on Baseball(Greensboro Grasshoppers) at www.gsohoppers.com Too much good pitching. That’s what the Hoppers ran into Sunday afternoon, managing just five hits off three Lakewood pitchers in a 2–0 loss. “We didn’t make our adjustments,” said coach Angel Espada, filling in for Todd Pratt for the second Bill Hass on Baseball:Lakewood pitching stifles Hoppers