QUINCY -- The Butler BlueSox, who have played in the Prospect League since its inception in 2008, is leaving the summer wooden bat collegiate baseball league. The BlueSox announced the departure in a news release last week. The move wasn't a surprise to Pr
QUINCY -- The Hannibal Hoots brought in their outfield to prevent the Quincy Gems' Francisco Rodriguez from moving from first base to third on any hit in the bottom of the 10th inning. Cody Birdsong brought him home on a ball that cleared everyone's heads.
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- A four-run sixth inning helped the Hannibal Hoots wrap up their season with a 7-3 Prospect League victory over Springfield Friday night at Clemens Field. The Hoots finished their inaugural season 25-35 and in fifth place in the West Divisi
KOKOMO, Ind. -- The Quincy Gems' dying postseason hopes were finally extinguished Wednesday night. Taylor Soper allowed three hits and walked just one batter in the first game of a Prospect League doubleheader as the Kokomo Jackrabbits defeated the Gems 5-
The Hannibal Hoots didn't make the Prospect League playoffs, nor did they have a winning record in their inaugural campaign this summer. The Hoots officials, however, believe that meant the season was successful.
The Herald-Whig sports staff will go beyond the field each week to find out a little more about the Quincy Gems and Hannibal Hoots.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Dylan Chisholm allowed just five hits over 7 2/3 innings, but two unearned runs that scored in the sixth inning led to a 3-2 loss for the Hannibal Hoots in a Tuesday night Prospect League game against the Terre Haute Rex. Hannibal was
QUINCY -- Kyle Crowl admits it has been hard to not look at his batting numbers as he struggles at the plate. The Quincy Gems infielder had collected just two hits in his last 21 at-bats and was hitting .253 entering Monday night's Prospect League doublehe
HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The Hannibal Hoots scored five runs in the final two innings to pull away for a 9-2 victory over the Springfield Sliders on Monday night at Clemens Field. The loss officially eliminated the Sliders from playoff competition in the West Divi
Making the postseason got a little tougher for the Quincy Gems Sunday night. The Gems struggled offensively, managing only two hits during the first eight innings of a 13-2 Prospect League loss to Hannibal at QU Stadium. "We came out flat," Quincy manager Pat Robles said.