Salt Lake Bees
El Paso tallied 11 runs in the first four innings and eventually beat the Bees 13-7 on Sunday afternoon.
Morning links: ESPN calls Utah a dark horse for the Pac-12 title; Bees play in a top 10 park; blind football player to play for USC
In a recent article ESPN explained why Utah should be considered a dark horse candidate for the Pac-12 title, while Smith's Ballpark was named one of the 10 best. Read more »
The Salt Lake Bees won back-to-back games for the first time in 2015 after beating the Fresno Grizzlies in extra innings Tuesday. Read more »
Salt Lake snapped a nine-game skid with a 9-5 win over the Sacramento River Cats on Monday night. Read more »
The Salt Lake Bees dropped their ninth straight game after giving up 21 hits to Sacramento. Read more »
The Bees drop their eighth straight game of 2015 to drop record to 1-9 on the year. Read more »
Salt Lake drops seventh straight game with a setback Friday night at Smith's Ballpark. Read more »
Speeding up the game might gain new fans and won't alienate traditional ones. Read more »
New Bees manager Dave Anderson brings a wealth of knowledge to Utah to develop these Triple-A players into major league ones. The 1988 World Series champ hopes to acclimate himself to Salt Lake... Read more »
Salt Lake opens PCL season Thursday in Sacramento. The Bees' home opener set for April 17. Read more »
There are plenty of new faces around Smith's Ballpark as the Salt Lake Bees begin 2015 season. Read more »
Sports Podcast: A look at the brand new Salt Lake Bees, talking with top prospect Andrew Heaney and more
Carter Williams and Ryan Miller break down all the roster changes as well as adjustments such as a pace of game clock, a humidor to help curb the effects of high elevation in the game and new... Read more »
In an effort to get more realistic stats and eliminate "cheap home runs," a humidor has been installed at Smith's Ballpark. Read more »
The Bees' 25-man opening-day roster, released Monday, includes 10 players on the parent club Angels' 40-man roster. Read more »
There’s plenty of baseball players with ties to the state of Utah either in the majors or working their way up on opening day. Read more »
Eric Stamets, a 24-year-old defensive wizard from Dublin, Ohio, has the skills and determination to shake things up. And this summer, he hopes to start by shaking things up at shortstop for the... Read more »
The Angels will visit their Triple-A affiliate to play an exhibition game on March 22, 2016. Read more »
The 2015 Bees will be under the watchful eye of new Bees manager Dave Anderson. Those same eyes saw Kirk Gibson hit his famous 1988 World Series home run from the Dodger dugout. Read more »
A pitch clock will be used this season during minor league games at Triple-A and Double-A, but it has been ruled out for the major leagues this year. Read more »
With Keith Johnson reassigned to a position in Anaheim, the Angels have named longtime Los Angeles Dodger infielder Dave Anderson as the new skipper for the Salt Lake Bees. Read more »
As the Los Angeles Angels hit the field Thursday night for Game 1 in their American League Division series against the Kansas City Royals, there was a certain Bees flavor to the team from L.A. Read more »
The first pitch of Major League Baseball Divisional Series will be thrown Thursday night. The ceremonial first pitch in baseball is a grand tradition, but sometimes it doesn't go as well as planned. Read more »
Rocket ride: Salt Lake Bees infielder Shawn O'Malley living out his dream after enduring tumultuous year
Shawn O'Malley went from considering quitting baseball altogether to earning a spot on the Los Angeles Angels' roster. Read more »
The Los Angeles Angels refused to indulge in champagne, cigars or self-congratulation after securing their first playoff spot in a half-decade. Read more »
EL PASO, Texas -- Tyler Greene drove in three runs to lead the El Paso Chihuahuas to a 4-1 win over the Salt Lake Bees in the penultimate game for both teams on Sunday night. Greene broke up a scoreless duel in the fourth inning... Read more »
At the beginning of every season, Bees manager Keith Johnson challenges his players to not be in his clubhouse when the season ends. This year, Efren Navarro answered that call. Read more »
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