Archive for the Category ‘Salem-Keizer Volcanoes’

Volcanoes fall further below .500

Volcanoes fall further below .500

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Salem-Keizer dropped two to Eugene and three of four to Everett. Here’s a recap: Aug. 10: Eugene 12, Volcanoes 4 The visiting Emeralds clinched a series win, scoring four runs in the fourth inning and crossing the plate in four more innings. Salem-Keizer was outhit only 15-10 but made three […]

Burke back from injury

Burke back from injury

By TIM HAYS For the Keizertimes Born in Chattanooga, Tenn., Jeff Burke has been on the rough side of losing, though has also seen the bright side of patience. Out of high school, Burke, a right handed pitcher, attended Boston College. With an opportunity to play from day one, it really was a no brainer […]

Volcanoes catcher not fazed by change

Volcanoes catcher not fazed by change

By TIM HAYS Of the Keizertimes Dylan Manwaring has been through his fair share of moving around. Originally born in Scottsdale, Ariz., Manwaring has lived in every part of the country. From Arizona, Manwaring moved to West Palm Beach, Fla. After a short stint in Florida, the Manwaring household would settle up north in New […]

Giants’ top pick joins Volcanoes

Giants’ top pick joins Volcanoes

By TIM HAYS Of the Keizertimes Bryan Reynolds has finally arrived in Salem-Keizer. The 2016 second round pick by the San Francisco Giants joined the Volcanoes last Thursday in Hillsboro. His home debut was Monday against the Vancouver Canadians. A native of Brentwood, Tenn., Reynolds has grown up around baseball his whole life. “Growing up […]

Pitcher back from elbow surgery

Pitcher back from elbow surgery

By TIM HAYS Of the Keizertimes Caleb Simpson, 24-year-old Oklahoma native and pitcher for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, has gone through a lot of adversity to get him to where he is today. Out of high school Simpson attended Seminole State Community College in Sanford, Fla. After two successful seasons behind the plate, Simpson signed to […]

City extends Volcano lease

City extends Volcano lease

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Play ball, for a bit longer. After several executive sessions to discuss the matter, members of the Keizer City Council unanimously agreed Monday to extend the ground lease with the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes. City staff has been working with Jerry Walker, owner and president of the Keizer-based minor league baseball […]

Volcanoes end season in playoffs

Volcanoes end season in playoffs

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A 3-3 September record for Salem-Keizer ended the Volcanoes’ regular season before they split two games with Hillsboro in the Southern Division title series. The rubber game was played Wednesday after press time and the Salem-Keizer team lost 6-5 in 13 innings. Playoffs – Monday:  Volcanoes 4, Hillsboro 2 The […]

Volcanoes take series win over Hawks

Volcanoes take series win over Hawks

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes It was a better week for the Volcanoes than the previous one, with a split of the last two games with Everett and a series win over Boise. Aug. 26: Volcanoes 3, Everett 2 (10 innings) This win evened the Volcanoes’ road series at 2-2. It was a 1-0 Salem-Keizer […]

S-K takes win in bottom of 10th

S-K takes win in bottom of 10th

The Volcanoes edged Eugene 6-5 in 10 innings Sunday, Aug. 23, at home to avoid a series sweep. After trailing from the start through two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Salem-Keizer tied the score and took one more inning to keep its bats going. The Emeralds took a 2-0 lead in the […]

Losing skid drops S-K to 3rd in South

Losing skid drops S-K to 3rd in South

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes The Volcanoes started with two victories in a road series but lost the next four games. Aug. 12: Volcanoes 6, Spokane 1 Salem-Keizer bats and arms stayed hot for the opener of this five-game series in Spokane. Several Volcanoes were heroes: CJ Hinojosa, who hit his fourth home run and […]

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