Over 6,000 visitors attended the anti-bullying Boulders game on Tuesday morning. The Boulders played against the New Jersey Jackals, with Rockland trailing until the sixth inning when they pulled in two homeruns, making the score 5-2. The final score of the night was 8-2 with the Jackals winning. The two teams now travel to New Jersey for two games starting with an 11:00 game this morning.
The Boulders played a three game series against the Three River Eagles this weekend. On Friday the Rockland team lost 4-1. On Saturday the Boulders won 2-0 and on Sunday they won again 4-0. The Boulders return home to Provident Bank Park for a three-game series against the New Jersey Jackals on Tuesday morning at 10:00. Listen live at WRCR 1300 AM or wrcr.com.
The Boulders traveled to New Jersey last night to begin a three game series against the Jackals. Tied until the fourth inning, the Jackals pulled ahead and won 3-1. They both play again tonight at 7:00 PM at Provident Bank Park. Listen live at 1300 AM or online at wrcr.com.
The Boulders lost their first away game of the season on Friday when the Quebec Capitales beat them with a 1-0 score. On Saturday the Rockland team made a good effort, almost finishing with a tied score until the ninth inning when Quebec win 5-4. And on Sunday, the final game, the Boulders won 14-8. They now head to New Jersey to play the Jackals in a three game series.
It was a big weekend for the Boulders, who played their final game of the season Monday night. Friday night the Boulders won the final game in the away series against the Quebec Capitals 6-0. In the first inning Edmondson hit his 12th homerun of the season, bringing in three runs for Rockland. In the fourth the Boulders scored two more runs and one more in the fifth. Budkevics pitched the entire game and allowing only four hits. On Saturday night the Boulders faced the Newark bears in the first of their three game home series, losing 7-6. Though they lost spirits were high in the crowd, as the stadium put on “Paint the Park Pink” for breast cancer awareness, and ended the night on a good note when survivors formed a ribbon on the field. Sunday night brought international attention to the stadium when the Boulders debuted 37- year old South Korean businessman, Min Hur, in the first game of his professional career as their knuckleball pitcher for the night. The game was aired on the Korean equivalent of ESPN as well as local cable channels bringing in more than 50 million viewers. The team lost 6-2, Hur pitching the first three innings, allowing five runs. And on Monday the Boulders ended their successful season with a win over the Newark Bears 3-0. The Can Am League playoffs begin Wednesday between the Quebec Capitals and the New Jersey Jackals.
The Boulders won against the Quebec Capitals 3-0 in last night’s game. Five different pitchers, including fan favorite Pat Moran, lead the team through a scoreless game. In the fourth inning Cardullo gave Rockland the lead with a run and Nyisztor followed by bringing Molina home for a score of 2-0. The Boulders held the offensive through all nine innings and took the win. The teams play their final game tonight in Quebec and return to Provident Bank Park tomorrow night.
The Boulders lost last night against the Quebec capitals 4-3. The Rockland team is officially out of the running for the playoffs, which will begin Wednesday September 4 between Quebec and the New Jersey jackals. Though they will not be in the playoffs, the Boulders have five more games left, two more in Canada, the rest at home against the Newark bears. They play tonight against Quebec at 7:00 and will return to Provident Bank Park on Saturday at 6:30 pm.
The Boulders won against the Quebec Capitals last night 10-5. The Boulders remain in third place in the Can Am League, and New Jersey will officially face Quebec in the league playoffs. Rockland and Quebec play again tonight at 7:05 in Canada.
The Rockland Boulders have lost the series against the Can Am League second place holders, the New Jersey Jackals, when they lost 6-0 in last night’s game. The Jackals held the entire seven- inning game, though officials ended it early due to a rain delay. Rockland will play Quebec in the first game in a four game away series tonight at 7:00 PM.
The Rockland boulders won to the New Jersey Jackals 5-2 on Friday afternoon, and lost 4-3 in the second game of the double header played at Provident Bank Park. And continuing the theme, the Boulders lost again at Saturday’s game 5-3. The team was able to hold a tied score of 2-2 until the Jackals added three runs by the fifth inning. The Boulders sadly lost again in Sunday’s game 5-2. The Boulders are now five games from second place, trailing to New Jersey. The final game will be played tonight at Provident Bank Park. You can listen to the game live at 1300 AM WRCR or online at wrcr.com.