The Amarillo Sod Poodles hot bats and strong pitching from Tyler Holton secured the 8-2 Friday night win over the Midland RockHounds. The series now tied at two games a piece. The near sellout crowd of 6,184 watched the Sod Poodles improve their record to 18-22 with the win.
The Amarillo Sod Poodles transformed into the Pointy Boots de Amarillo for Copa de la Diversion day at HODGETOWN with some special guests in attendance. Dogs sat in the the right field lawn for Bark in the Park night. Despite a fourth inning home run to the dogs, the Soddies fell short to the RockHounds 9-6.
The Amarillo Sod Poodles fifth inning grand slam from Stone Garrett lifted the Soddies to a 6-4 victory over the Midland RockHounds at HODGETOWN. With a second grand slam in as many games, Amarillo has a three game win streak and improves to an overall record of 17-20 on the year.
Sod Squad pitcher and Seminole State Baseball product Hoss Brewer was named Texas Collegiate League Co-Pitcher of the Week along with San Antonio’s Kolby Lunsford for the first week of the season from May 28th – June 6th.
In the Amarillo Sod Squad’s first series game against the Acadiana Cane Cutters, the Sod Squad only scored four runs early in the first and second innings. That was enough as Amarillo topped Acadiana 4-3.
Downtown Amarillo is going to be loud on Tuesday, April 20 when HODGETOWN hosts it’s first ever college baseball game. The MiLB Sod Poodles’ stadium will open the field to the No. 5 ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders and Oklahoma Sooners for the Red Dirt Rivalry.
The Amarillo Sod Poodles, Double-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, released their full 2021 season promotional schedule today with a variety of exciting events for Amarillo and the entire Texas Panhandle.
Exciting news for HODGETOWN, the Amarillo Sod Squad Texas Collegiate League baseball team will call Amarillo home again this summer. The Sod Squad is set to host 22 regular-season home games, from May 28 to July 17.