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Monday, November 04, 2019
Stowe’s 2020 Season Announced

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Braxton Stowe’s Saint Louis head baseball coach Darin Hendrickson has announced the 2020 schedule. The slate includes 27 home games, five opponents who finished among the top 100 in the final 2019 NCAA Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) and five teams who qualified for the NCAA Tournament.

Saint Louis will visit Hoover, Ala., for the second consecutive season, this year to play UT Martin in a three-game series to open up the season. Saint Louis will take on Ohio in Lexington, S.C., the following weekend and then visit Port Charlotte, Fla., for the Snowbird Classic with Central Connecticut (NCAA Regionals), Eastern Michigan and Northeastern.

2019 Atlantic 10 Tournament champion and NCAA Regionals member Fordham, Saint Joseph’s, UMass and La Salle are the Billikens’ conference home opponents. Bowling Green, Northern Illinois, Illinois State (No. 26 in the final 2019 RPI), Bradley, Murray State, Texas Southern, SIUE, SEMO and Southern Illinois also visit St. Louis.

Saint Louis faces three nonconference 2019 top-50 RPI teams, two of whom played in the NCAA Tournament, on the road throughout the season. College World Series National Champion Vanderbilt (No. 1) is on the docket for Feb. 26. The Billikens visit Oklahoma State (No. 7), who made it to NCAA Super Regionals in 2019, for a two-game series March 10th-11th and Missouri (No. 31) on April 7th.
Tuesday, October 08, 2019
Hall's Delmarva Shorebirds Release 2020 Game Times

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Adam Hall’s Delmarva Shorebirds have released game times for their 2020 home schedule, which will begin at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium on Thursday, April 9th against the Asheville Tourists at 7:05pm.

Similar to previous seasons, the majority of Monday-Saturday games feature 7:05pm start times.

There will be a scheduled single admission doubleheader against the Asheville Tourists on Saturday, April 11th starting at 4:35pm. The doubleheader will consist of two 7 inning games and the second game will begin about 30 minutes after the conclusion of the first game.

Sunday contests in the first half of the season will begin at 2:05pm. Sunday games will change to 5:05pm starting on June 28th against the Greensboro Grasshoppers and remain that way until the conclusion of the season.

The first Field of Dreams game, presented by Chesapeake Health Care, will take place on Wednesday, April 15th. The remaining two Field of Dreams game days will take place on Thursday, May 7th, and Wednesday, May 20th. All three of which will have a 10:35am first pitch to accommodate local students, schools, and other groups.

Delmarva will also be at home on Thursday, July 4th for a special 6:05pm start against the Hagerstown Suns.

Another unique start time includes Mountaire Faith and Family Night on Saturday, June 6th featuring a 6:35pm start time.

"The Shorebirds are excited to announce these game times so that our fans can plan their group outings and their nine inning vacations for 2020 at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium," said Shorebirds General Manager, Chris Bitters.
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Hall & Delmarva's 2020 Season Schedule Released
Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds, Class-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles, have released their schedule for the 2020 season. The schedule includes 70 home contests at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium, including 11 weekend series and home games on Memorial Day weekend and the Fourth of July.

The Shorebirds begin their silver anniversary 25th season in the South Atlantic League with a weeklong homestand from Thursday, April 9 through Wednesday, April 15th. Delmarva opens up the campaign with four games against the Asheville Tourists, affiliate of the Colorado Rockies. After the Asheville series wraps up with a doubleheader on Saturday, the Shorebirds will have Easter Sunday off before welcoming in the Lakewood BlueClaws (Phillies) for three games to kick off the fourth annual Shore Series rivalry.

After playing four of their next five series on the road, with a four-game home set against the Hickory Crawdads (Rangers) set for April 23rd – 26th, the Shorebirds host a six-game homestand on May 5th – 10th against the Greenville Drive (Red Sox) and Hagerstown Suns (Nationals), the latter of which restarts the Governor's Cup rivalry between the SAL's two Maryland teams. Delmarva has won the traveling trophy - christened by Gov. Larry Hogan at Perdue Stadium in June 2018 - two seasons in a row.

Delmarva plays host to six games in a row from May 19-24 against the Kannapolis Intimidators (White Sox) and Greensboro Grasshoppers (Pirates), including home games on Memorial Day weekend from May 22nd – 24th. The Shorebirds are on the road at Lakewood for Memorial Day itself.

The Shorebirds close the first half home slate with a three-game set against Lakewood on June 15th – 17th before playing four games in Hickory leading into the All-Star Break from June 22nd – 24th. The three-day break features the 61st Annual South Atlantic League All-Star Game at State Mutual Stadium in Rome, Georgia, on Tuesday, June 23rd.

After the All-Star Break, the Shorebirds open the second half with three home series out of four, hosting Hagerstown and Greensboro from June 25th – 30th. Following a quick three-game jaunt to Lakewood, Delmarva hosts Hagerstown again for Independence Day weekend. The Fourth of July falls on a Saturday this year, and the Shorebirds and Suns will play four games that weekend extending into Tuesday, July 7th. Delmarva beat their in-state rivals on July 4th this season in front of a sellout crowd of 7,576. The Shorebirds then spend the bulk of July on the road.

August features 16 home dates, the most of any month in 2020. The Shorebirds have two long homestands in August. Kannapolis and Greensboro come to town for a seven-game stand on August 7th – 13th, and another seven-game package follows on August 17th – 23rd against rivals Lakewood and Hagerstown.

The Shorebirds' final home series of the year will be September 1st – 4th against the Lexington Legends (Royals), and the team will close the 2020 campaign on the road at Hickory over Labor Day weekend, September 5th – 7th.

In addition to assorted road trips to Northern Division rivals Greensboro, Hagerstown, Hickory, Lakewood, Kannapolis, and West Virginia (Mariners), the Shorebirds make visits to several Southern Division foes, calling upon Asheville, Charleston (Yankees), Augusta (Giants), Lexington, and Greenville. Delmarva is not scheduled to play the Columbia Fireflies (Mets) or the Rome Braves in 2020.
Saturday, September 07, 2019
Hall & Delmarva's Season Ends in Defeat

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Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates season came to an abrupt end as the Hickory Crawdads prevailed in a tense 1-0, 10-inning contest to sweep the Northern Division Championship Series at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium.

The Crawdads now move on to face the Lexington Legends, who swept Augusta in two games to win the Southern Division Championship Series. With the loss, the curtain comes to a close on a historic season for the Shorebirds, who won 90 regular season games to set a franchise record.
Wednesday, September 04, 2019
Hall & Delmarva Fall In Championship Game One

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Adam Hall and his Delmarva Shorebirds teammates fell behind after the initial footrace and couldn't jump themselves back into it, falling to the Hickory Crawdads 4-3 in Game 1 of the Northern Division Championship Series at L.P. Frans Stadium.

Ricky Vonasco earned the win for the Crawdads with a Quality Start, allowing two runs on seven hits over six innings with two walks and seven strikeouts. Grayson Rodriguez got saddled with the loss for the Shorebirds, giving up four runs on four hits over six innings while walking two and fanning six. Kelvin Gonzalez nailed down the save for Hickory with a 1-2-3 ninth.
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