Salt Lake Bees
Angel outfielder Collin Cowgill went 1 for 3 with a walk and an outfield assist to help the Bees to a 4-3 win over Tacoma. Read more »
Salt Lake outfielder Brennan Boesch has spent the year sending home run after home run out of Smith's Ballpark. After remaining with the Angel organization at the trade deadline, he will look to... Read more »
For the past six weeks Salt Lake catcher Zach Zaneski has sat in the dugout waiting for his turn. On Wednesday he finally got it. Read more »
Shortstop Tommy Field blasted two home runs to pace Salt Lake to a 5-3 victory over Tacoma on Tuesday. Read more »
Utahns in baseball: BYU alum Taylor Cole leads all minor leaguers in strikeouts; Jake Hannemann promoted
Former BYU pitcher Taylor Cole struck out 21 batters in 12 innings over the span of two starts this week, while fellow former Cougar Jake Hannemann shined after his promotion to advanced Single-A... Read more »
Lepy Jimenez and his band of friends are changing the atmosphere at Smith's Ballpark for Salt Lake Bees games. Read more »
Jarret Grube pitched six scoreless innings and the Bees' bats took care of the rest in a blowout win over Reno. Read more »
After traveling through the majors for a decade, things have come full circle for ex-Taylorsville High standout John Buck. Read more »
Former Ute C.J. Cron and ex-Taylorsville High standout John Buck returned to the Beehive State Monday night, helping the Bees to a 7-6 victory over Reno. Read more »
Buck signed a minor league deal Monday with the Los Angeles Angels, where he will join the Salt Lake Bees. Read more »
The Bees bullpen surrendered a late 2-0 lead as Salt Lake fell to Las Vegas 6-2. Read more »
Bees second baseman Taylor Lindsey was a late scratch for Salt Lake in its 7-6 loss on Friday. During the game, multiple sources reported that Lindsey was being traded to the Padres organization. Read more »
Salt Lake survived a late Las Vegas rally as Bee All-Star Shawn O'Malley and Co. returned from the All-Star break with a 7-6 victory. Read more »
The first half of 2014 was a crazy time in Utah sports. There were titles won, coaches hired, opportunities squandered, records broken, awards received, players drafted, body parts lost and much... Read more »
Mashing together the MLB All-Star break and the ESPYs, here's the best of the best of the first half of baseball from baseball players with ties to the state of Utah. Read more »
A day at the ballpark with daughters taught me a couple of things — that Triple A baseball is fun for the entire family, and that there's a lot more to the game than the game itself. Read more »
Grant Green delivered a pinch-hit RBI double in the top of the 10th inning to give the Salt Lake Bees a 6-5 win over the El Paso Chihuahuas on Saturday night. Read more »
Salt Lake Bees outfielder Brennan Boesch was named Pacific Coast League player of the month for June on Thursday after leading the PCL in most of the league's hitting categories in the month. Read more »
Bees pitcher Jarrett Grube has embraced the unique life of minor league baseball, with his wife back home in Indiana. Read more »
Nine-year old Josh Anderson, who was born with a partial right arm, hasn't let his condition slow him down and on Wednesday night he delivered the first pitch at Smith's Ballpark. Read more »
Before Tuesday's game, Dale Murphy spent time with fans outside Smith's Ballpark, signing autographs and remisicing on a life well lived. Read more »
Bees manager Keith Johnson's life is filled with trying to help his players achieve their big league dreams, all while trying to achieve his own. With so much on his plate he looks to his family to... Read more »
Bees infielder Shawn O'Malley played for the Durham Bulls back in 2012. Now he will be going back to the Bull City, this time as an All-Star Read more »
The Bees jumped out to a 6-0 lead in the first, but couldn't hold on to the lead, losing to El Paso 12-10 Sunday. Read more »
Jazz draftees Dante Exum and Rodney Hood throw out first pitches in Salt Lake Bees' win over El Paso
Dante Exum and Rodney hood threw out the first pitches at Smith's Ballpark and Bees starter Jarrett Grube took it from there, going seven innings and allowing one as Salt Lake beat El Paso 5-3. Read more »
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