TJ Trepanier and Liam Ross both participated at two workouts this month with Baseball Northwest and represented well. TJ visited Pasco for his workout and Liam was at Seattle University this week for his. Both Rams are to be applauded for taking the challenge to compete against the best in the northwest and show well... Continue Reading →
In their final home game of the season, The Riverside Rams hosted the A Legion squad from Colville on a beautiful Tuesday afternoon. Riverside opened with Liam Ross on the bump and the big righty struck out 4 over 3 innings of work and allowed no runs. The Rams gave him plenty of support offensively... Continue Reading →
Riverside Baseball enjoyed a morning clinic each day during the road trip and Sunday we spent time with Taylor Nakamura - a year 3 member of the Seattle Mariner's Performance Training team who provided tips and advice for the players. Great stuff !!!
The Rams played FM Sports on Sunday at Woodinville HS and despite a few opportunities, were unable to score falling 4-0. A couple defensive miscues led to 3 unearned runs that Riverside could not overcome. Opportunities were there for the Rams though as offensively they left 7 runners in scoring position but stringing hits together was as problem. Jack Ewart and... Continue Reading →
Riverside visited the Eastside Huskies at Wilburton Park in Bellevue this afternoon for Game 2 of the road trip. Eastside opened an early 1-0 lead but the Rams scored a pair in the 3rd to take the lead. The Huskies tied the score in the 5th and the game went into the 6th knotted at... Continue Reading →
Riverside opened their Seattle road trip Friday night under the lights at Hartman Park in Redmond vs host FM Sports. A shaky 2nd frame put the Rams down 5-0 but Riverside battled scoring a pair in the 5th. Silas Ng, who had two hits on the evening, scored a run on Brett Overby's single and Joe Ueno ... Continue Reading →
Kellogg/Wallace visited Riverside for a doubleheader on a beautiful Sunday holiday afternoon and the Rams handled their business sweeping both games. Jack Ewart & Matt Vonasek had multi-hit games in the opener and TJ Trepanier struck out 6 in 3 innings of work on the bump with the Rams winning 15-5. In Game 2, Riverside's Silas... Continue Reading →
Working on little things is something that will prove beneficial for those who took part on Saturday. Light numbers provided great opportunity to work a lot on hitting, finished off with some sliding practice in the summer sun. Good work to those who participated. See you Sunday vs Kellogg.
This Wednesday was the conclusion of the Skills Camps hosted by Riverside Baseball. Over 25 different young men took advantage of the free 6 week camp to work with the high school coaches on fundamentals to help them with their game. Couple that with the summer baseball team that is still in full swing and over 40... Continue Reading →