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Cats road trip starts with loss to Moondogs

The Border Cats (4-2) added a loss to their regular season record as they played the first game of a six-game road trip Wednesday night. The Cats fell 5-3 against the Mankato Moondogs.

Chill prepare to host Demize

Chapples Park in Thunder Bay, Ontario will see its first action of the Premier Development League regular season, as the Thunder Bay Chill host the Springfield Demize this week in a two-game series. Thursday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m.

More Border Cats selected in MLB draft

Border Cats’ AJ Schugel isn’t the only MLB-bound player who has spent time paying dues at Port Arthur Stadium.

Border Cats up 4 runs as rain suspends game

The Border Cats (4-1) were three outs away from having a rain out deliver them a win over the St. Cloud River Bats (3-2) Tuesday. The Cats were up 4-0 on the River Bats as the teams prepared to enter the fifth inning at Port Arthur Stadium.

Schugel gets draft call from Angels

Border Cats infielder A.J. Schugel has been drafted by the Los Angeles Angels on Day 2 of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. He was taken in the 25th round, 774th overall. Schugel is off to a slow start in 2010, hitting just .

Border Cats collect 2-0 win over River Bats, lockup first in division

Border Cats starting pitcher Michael Woytek (1-0) should prove to be a reliable team asset on the road. After a two-day road trip from Columbus, Ohio, the right-handed starter shutdown the St.

Chill receive season’s first loss

Rochester, Minn. – The Thunder Bay Chill were handed their first loss of the season Sunday, as the team fell to the Rochester Thunder 1-0 at Rochester Technical Community College.

Cats collect season’s first homerun, but fall to Honkers 7-3

The Border Cats recorded their season’s first homerun, but was forced to take their first loss as the Rochester Honkers (3-2) spilt the two-game series with a win Sunday evening.

Paterson’s shutout shuts down Thunder

Nolan Intermoia scored twice and Steven Paterson recorded the shutout as the Thunder Bay Chill continued their winning ways on Saturday, downing the RochesterThunder 2-0.
Brown delivers

Brown delivers

Seven shutout innings, seven strikeouts, two double plays and a triple play gave local pitcher Eric Brown (1-0) both the win and title of player of the game Saturday night at Port Arthur Stadium.