Bees take winning streak on the road

Any way you slice it, yesterday was a great day for Bees baseball.
The weather was perfect.
It was Dollar Monday.
We had a good crowd, full of energy, having a good time.
And the Bees treated the fans to another win.

Not just any win, but a dominating performance, a 7-0 victory over Kane County that makes it five wins in a row for your Bees. They pulled it all together last night: one-hit pitching by Harold Mozingo and Yovany D’Amico, home runs by Jase Turner and Marc Maddox, and errorless defense.

In this morning’s Hawk Eye, manager Jim Gabella called it “one of the better games we’ve played in a long time.”
You can get the full story here, or by visiting http://www.gobees.com.

Off to their best start in recent memory, the Bees look to continue the winning streak on the road. It was an early morning for the guys, who got on the bus at six this morning. They’ll be in Fort Wayne the next four days, then Dayton for four more.

The series against the Wizards (2-6) starts tonight at five o’clock central time. You can catch all of the action by tuning into “Voice of the Bees” Randy Wehofer on the Bees Radio Network: 1490 KBUR and 1360 KBKB The Ticket.

While the team’s away, I’ll be posting photos from the recent home action, and I’ll try to get in the habit of regularly updating this site with other info that might be of interest to our fans. Once the team gets back, you can expect some features that help you get to know the personalities of your 2007 Bees.

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2 Responses to “Bees take winning streak on the road”

  1. Trev Says:

    This years Bees team will be one of the finest in recent history.

  2. Adam Says:

    Trev-
    I definitely agree with you. Even after this bumpy roadtrip, the Bees are still in great shape. The team’s 9-8, and they lost their last three games by one, two, and three runs to a very tough Dayton team that’s 13-2. With the series-opening 14-7 win in Dayton, the Bees actually outscored the Midwest League’s top team in the four-game set.

    The pitching staff’s been doing its job, keeping the team in every game. In fact, the Bees have the league’s best ERA: 2.34. The offense has delivered several timely hits and will only get warmer as the weather gets nicer. And the defense has been overall very solid.

    Yes, this looks to be one of the best Bees teams in recent history.

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