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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.

Local pitcher to take mound Saturday night

Thunder Bay’s own Eric Brown will make his Border Cats debut tonight, team officials announced Saturday. The local pitcher will make his debut start against defending league champions the Rochester Honkers (2-1).

Chill open season with dominant 6-1 win

The Thunder Bay Chill opened their season with a lopsided win over the Kansas City Brass Friday. The Chill put in six unanswered goals in the 6-1 win at William Jewel College in Liberty, Missouri.

Border Cats Friday game rained out

The Border Cats won’t have a chance to sweep rivals Duluth Huskies just yet, as the third game of the series has been rained out. Border Cats officials announced Friday afternoon that the 6:35 p.m. game would be moved to Monday, July 5 at 5:05 p.m.

Erwin shuts down Huskies in 4-3 Border Cats win

Drew Erwin’s second save for the Border Cats wasn’t as clean as his first, but it was enough to earn his club its second straight victory over rival Duluth Huskies Thursday night.

Chill open season on the road

The Thunder Bay Chill opens the 2010 Premier Development League regular season this weekend on the road against the Kansas City Brass. The Chill faces the Brass on Friday night in the first of three games in three days on the road for the Chill.
Opening Day win for Cats

Opening Day win for Cats

Experience counts in the Northwoods League. That, a slow-rolling infield, some great defence and a fantastic pitching performance will win a lot of ballgames.

Brown adds local blood to Border Cats bullpen

Eric Brown spent a good chunk of his childhood selling 50-50 tickets at Port Arthur Stadium, raising money to keep the Thunder Bay Border Cats alive and kicking. This summer his retail days are over.
Mayaleh nets four as Chill tame Lions

Mayaleh nets four as Chill tame Lions

Jimmie Mayaleh was going to be the Thunder Bay Chill’s go-to guy this season, a striker who could provide the offense the team was missing in 2009.