Redlegs Fall Flat in Final, Finish as Runner-Up

09/29/2018
 

Game two did not go well for the Redlegs, as simply nothing went right and they drifted off into a 16-0 run rule defeat. The lone bright spot for Camden was a fantastic relief appearance by Zheulin Wang. “Wilson” turned in his best performance as a Redleg as he tossed the final 1 1/3 innings and allowed only 1 hit and struck out 3 Slammers hitters.

Despite the rough ending, the Redlegs post-season certainly had some bright spots.

Kyle Arend hit an ab... (more)

Redlegs Outhit Slammers, Strand 9 in Game 1 Loss

09/29/2018
 

Both the Camden Redlegs and South Dayton Slammers cruised through the 2018 playoffs with unblemished records as they set the stage for a rematch of the 2017 finals and the Redlegs 3rd straight trip to the Champsionship series.

The Slammers sent their ace to the mound in game 1, and while the Redlegs were able to get runners on base regularly, Jeff Beal was able to strand runners throughout the day and keep enough runs off the board to put the Slammers in position f... (more)

Another Late Rally Sends Redlegs to Championship

09/16/2018
 

Game two didn’t have the back-and-forth allure of game one, but it certainly wasn’t without it’s drama as both clubs pumped out a total of 29 runs.

The Redlegs took a commanding lead right out of the gate as they scored 5 times in the top of the 1st. Adam Parks walked to start the game and quickly swiped 2nd base. Nick Davis then singled Parks in for the game’s first run. Kyle Arend then walked, and later Mike Hartman brought a run in with a sacrifice fly. Still w... (more)

Redlegs Rally Late in Game 1 Win

09/16/2018
 

The Redlegs took on the the Kettering Royals in the MVABL semi-finals on Saturday afternoon at Nischwitz stadium in Fairborn. The Redlegs took the season series from the Royals in 2018, winning 3 out of their 4 matchups, but the 6-seed Royals had just upset the Dayton Rangers in a 3-game series that saw their offense put up a whopping 35 runs.

The visiting Royals looked to keep that offensive momentum going as they came out swinging in game 1, putting 3 runs on th... (more)

Camden Offense Erupts En Route to Round 1 Sweep

09/11/2018
 

Game two turned out to be much less stressful as the Redlegs controlled throughout and cruised to a 12-5 victory.

Luke Campbell got the nod and picked a great time to turn in his best performance of his rookie campaign. Luke tossed the first 3 1/3 innings and gave up 2 earned runs, 5 hits, and added 2 strikeouts. The Redlegs got to work in the top of the 1st inning. Jacob Robinson singled to start the game, followed by a walk to Nick Davis, and a base hit by Kyl... (more)

Carmack Holds Off Boars, Watson Goes Deep in Win

09/11/2018
 

The first round of the 2018 MVABL playoffs would make for an interesting draw for the Redlegs, as they needed to sweep the Wild Boars in the final double header of the season to lock up the 3rd seed in the tournament. The bad news is that the Boars had the Redlegs number in 2018, winning both of their prior matchups earlier in the season. The Redlegs were finally able to best the boars in their final matchup, but they lost the first game of the double header which dropped the R... (more)

Boars Blast Redlegs on Tuesday Night

08/20/2018
 

No recap available.

Rangers Rebound in Nightcap

08/20/2018
 

Nothing really went the Redlegs way in game 2, check out the Rangers write up here for the details!

Carmack Outduels Trubee in Close Win

08/20/2018
 

In 30 matchups since 2010, the Backyard Battle between the Redlegs and Rangers stands at an even 15-15. After two wildly different games on Sunday, the record would stand at 16-16 as both teams walked away with a win.

Game 1 was a fantastic pitcher’s duel between Aaron Carmack and Luke Trubee. The Redlegs struck early when Jacob Robinson tripled with one out in the top of the 1st and scored on a fundamental ground ball to the right side by Kyle Arend. In the 2nd, Br... (more)

Redlegs Bounce Back in Big Win Over Royals

08/12/2018
 

The Redlegs met up with the Royals for an early 10am start at Carleton Davidson stadium in Springfield this weekend and things looked bleak early on.

Redlegs ace Aaron Carmack got off to a bit of a sleepy start but was quickly awoken by the Royals first 5 hitters recording hits and before the Redlegs could blink the Royals had a 5-0 lead.

Trailing early with Carmack on the mound put Camden’s offense in an unusual spot, but they responded by scoring 20 ... (more)

Slammers Use Late Rally to Win on Walk-Off Homer

08/12/2018
 

The Redlegs lost grip on another lead in game 2, though they had to work a little harder to get on top early on. The Slammers put up a run in the first and two more in the second to take an early 3-0 lead. Ryan Gross was able to help limit the damage as he nailed two runners trying to steal in the 2nd inning. He got Austin Dozier for the first out in the inning and Dan Barhorst for the 3rd out, limiting the damage to two runs.

Luke Campbell then came on in relief ... (more)

Slammers Edge Redlegs in Epic Pitchers Duel

08/12/2018
 

The Redlegs met up with the 1st place Slammers at Bellbrook High School and turned in two customarily close games, though the Slammers used late rallies to notch two come from behind wins and take the season series winning 3 games out of 4.

Game 1 featured two of the best pitchers in the league squaring off in the Slammers Jeff Beal and the Redlegs Aaron Carmack. The two lived up to the hype, as neither team was able to score through the first 3 innings. Carmack ... (more)

Hartman and Watson Go Back-to-Back in Close Win

07/21/2018
 

The Redlegs held on for a tight win over the Wright Knights on Sunday the 15th, notching a 7-6 win in a back- and-forth game.

Early on it looked like it was going to be all Redlegs as they scored 3 runs, all with two outs, in the top of the 1st inning. Kyle Arend doubled and scored when Mike Hartman sent long line drive over the right center field fence, his first homerun of the season. Joey Watson followed up with deep drive of his own making it back-to- back bomb... (more)

Redman Outstanding as Redlegs Top Machine

07/21/2018
 

The Redlegs took the season series from the first place Machine with their 8-3 victory on Thursday night (July 5th).

Matt Redman made his first start of the 2018 season and was simply outstanding against a Machine team that seems to score at will regardless of opponent. Redman tossed the first five innings and allowed 7 hits and 3 earned runs while picking up 1 strikeout in his 2nd win of the season.

The Machine dew first blood in the top of the 1st i... (more)

Redlegs Fall Flat in Nightcap

07/21/2018
 

The Machine got their revenge in game two as they would use a big 6th inning to run away with a commanding victory.

Scoring was hard to come by in the early going as Redlegs Rookie Luke Campbell went toe-to-toe with Machine ace Andrew Madlinger. Campbell got some help from the Redlegs gold glove 3rd basemen Mike Hartman in the 3rd inning as Mike recorded all three outs in the inning, including a dazzling diving snag in which he fired a seed to 2nd base to nail the... (more)

Carmack Brilliant in Win Over 1st Place Machine

07/21/2018
 

The Redlegs and Machine met up for a double dip on July 1st in their first matchup of the 2018 season. These two clubs have proven to be evenly matched in recent years, as the Redlegs have taken 6 of the last 10 games. The results on this day wouldn’t differ much, as each team would eventually walk away with a victory in the double header split.

The Machine took a quick lead in game 1, scoring twice in the top of the 1st inning with the help of a Redleg defensive... (more)

Redlegs Win 3rd Straight

07/01/2018
 

No recap available.

Redlegs Can't Solve Beal, Fall in Night Cap

06/12/2018
 

The tables were turned in game two as the Slammers sent Jeff Beal to the hill, and just like in the 2017 championship series, the Redleg offense couldn’t get anything going against him. Beal would go the distance and took a shutout into the 7th inning before the Redlegs finally drew blood. Kyle Arend doubled to start the inning, Nick Davis later walked before James Robinson singled in a run. Jacob Robinson then singled to load the bases. Beal then notched his 10th strikeout o... (more)

Robinson Goes Deep While Carmack Cruises to Win

06/12/2018
 

The 3rd place Redlegs squared off against the 2nd place South Dayton Slammers on Sunday and, as has happened so many times in the past, the two teams appeared evenly matched and each walked away with a win in a double header split.

Matt Redman set a nice tone for the Redlegs defense right away in the bottom of the first when Slammers leadoff man Dan Barhorst ripped a line drive to Redman’s left that he was able to snare on a diving effort. The Redlegs then took a l... (more)

Redlegs Outhit Rangers but Defense Proves Costly

06/12/2018
 

The Redlegs almost pulled out a sweep, but ultimately a tough 3rd inning would be too much to overcome as they fell to the Rangers 10-7, snapping that 7-game streak mentioned earlier.

Matt Morrison continued his productive day as he started the game with another hit and stolen base and later scored on a fielder’s choice. The Rangers answered in the bottom half to tie it up at 1-1. Saige Micomonaco untied things in the top of the 2nd when he deposited his second ho... (more)

Carmack Goes the Distance in First Win of 2018

06/12/2018
 

The Redlegs and Rangers met up for the 29th and 30th editions of the always competitive “Backyard Battle” and each came away with a victory, knotting up the all-time series at 15-15. The Redlegs have had the momentum recently though as the game 1 victory was their 7th straight against the Rangers.

The Redlegs narrowly took game 1 as Aaron Carmack defeated Rangers veteran Luke Trubee in the low scoring affair. Carmack turned in his first complete game effort of 201... (more)

Royals Match Redlegs Late Rally for First Win

05/22/2018
 

The Royals would get their revenge in game two as they would counter a late Redlegs rally with one of their own to take an exciting 10-9 win in 6 innings just before the area was pummeled by heavy rains and hail.

Just as they did in game one, the Redlegs jumped out to an early lead, scoring twice in the opening frame. Matt Morrison started the inning with a single and stole second base. Adam Parks then singled and quickly stole second to put two runners in scoring ... (more)

Micomonaco Goes Yard in Winning Debut

05/22/2018
 

The Redlegs split a double header with the Kettering Royals this weekend, winning game 1 14-6 and falling 10-9 in the nightcap.

The Redlegs came out hot in game one, scoring seven times in the first two innings. With two outs in the top of the first, Joey Watson doubled, followed up by RBI singles from Mike Hartman and Kyle Arend. After the Royals answered with a run of their own in the bottom half, the Redlegs got right back to work in the top of the second. Ni... (more)

Redlegs Slip Past Cardinals

05/14/2018
 

The Redlegs advanced to 3-1 with a tight 2-1 victory over the Dayton Cardinals last weekend.

Aaron Carmack made his second start of the season and, as has happened to him so many times before, pitched a beautiful game only to be saddled with a no decision. Carmack went 6 innings and scattered 5 hits, struck out 9 batters, and gave up only 1 earned run as his first 2018 win eluded him for the second time.

Cardinal’s starter Joshua Cvetkovich kept the Redle... (more)

Redlegs Can't Cash In, Fall 15-7

05/14/2018
 

The Redlegs took a rough loss in their third game of the season against the Wild Boars, falling by a final score of 15 to 7.

Luke Campbell made his first start of his Redlegs career and was hit with an undeserved loss, as the defense was shaky behind him from the start, committing three errors in the opening frame. Luke recovered well though, and he kept the Redlegs in the game through 4 2/3 innings as he allowed only 2 hits and struck out 8.

Despite ... (more)

Morrison's Grand Slam Propels Redlegs in Nightcap

04/23/2018
 

After two longtime pitching staples toed the rubber for the Redlegs in game one, the nightcap saw three rookie pitchers make their MVABL debuts. First up was Zhelun Wang who was claimed from waivers by the Redlegs earlier this year. Wang has electric stuff and is working his way back into the fold after taking a few years off from playing semi-professional baseball in China.

The Knights took the lead in the bottom of the first but the Redlegs tied things up in the ... (more)

Redlegs Open 2018 With a Win

04/23/2018
 

The Redlegs opened up the 2018 season with a double- header sweep of the Wright Knights, taking game 1 5-4 and game 2 13-8.

Aaron Carmack made his second consecutive opening day start and was strong right out of the gate as he blanked the Knights and allowed only five baserunners through the first four innings. He also punched out eight Knight hitters in the effort.

Mike Hartman had a hand in keeping the Knights off the board, robbing Jerel Bristol of ... (more)

Redlegs Drop Another Nightcap

08/11/2017
 

Early on, it looked like game 2 was going to be all Redlegs as they started the game by racking up 6 runs in the first 2 innings. Adam Parks and Matt Mattice started things off with back to back singles in the top of the 1st. Kyle Arend then reached on an error, which allowed Parks to score. Later, Brandon Howard delivered a 2 run single and James Robinson added an RBI single to give the Redlegs a 4-0 lead.

First Baseman James Robinson made a nice catch in foul ... (more)

Hartman Sets Record on Walk-Off

08/11/2017
 

The Redlegs and Knights squared off for the final time of the 2017 regular season back on Sunday, August 6th. Both games would turn out to be hard fought battles, but when the dust settled the Redlegs would walk away with another split double header and a loss in game 2, which has been a common theme in the 2nd half of this season.

Kyle Arend got the scoring started for the Redlegs when he doubled in Matt Mattice in the bottom of the 1st inning, Mattice had earlier wa... (more)

Redman Cruises to League Leading 6th Win

08/02/2017
 

The Expos tightened things up in game 2 and kept the Redlegs within arm’s reach for most of the game.

The Redlegs scored twice in the top of the 1st to take a quick lead when Matt Mattice singled and was driven in on a triple by Kyle Arend. Mike Hartman then drove in Arend with a single.

The Expos answered in the bottom of the 1st as they were able to scrape together a run, helped by a Redleg miscue. In the 2nd the Redlegs were able to extend the lead ... (more)

Redlegs Use 18 Hit Attack in Run Rule Win

08/02/2017
 

Sitting at 3rd in the standings, the Redlegs are looking to finish off the season on a strong note to try to lock down the 1 or 2 seed heading into the playoffs. They got off to a good start by sweeping the Expos on Sunday.

In game 1 the Redlegs put 17 runs on the board, unleashing an 18 hit attack that would lead to a run rule victory after 6 innings.

Before the offense even got a chance, Mike Hartman was potentially saving runs with some great defense... (more)

Redlegs Blow Early Lead, Fall 13-10

07/17/2017
 

Game 2 turned out to be a close game as well, but in a different way. Rather than runs coming at a premium, this one turned into an offensive shootout as the teams combined for 26 hits and 23 runs.

The Redlegs looked primed to sweep the double header as they jumped ahead 7-2 after the first 4 innings. In the 2nd Mike Hartman started the inning with a triple and then scored on a passed ball. Adam Parks and James Robinson then both worked walks followed by an RBI si... (more)

Carmack Tosses Shutout, Redman Delivers Walk-Off

07/17/2017
 

In game 1 of the July 16th double header against the Wild Boars, the Redlegs were part of a 1-0 game for the 2nd time this season. Previously on the losing end against the South Dayton Slammers back in June, this time they would prevail in walk off fashion. Before this season, the Redlegs had never been on either end of a 1-0 game.

Aaron Carmack turned in another great outing as he outdueled Joseph Wilson of the Boars to earn the win. Carmack went the distance, to... (more)

Royals Force Split in Nightcap

07/14/2017
 

Game 2 went the other way, with the Royals jumping out early by scoring 5 times in the top of the 1st inning. Arend and Hartman got a run back in the bottom of the 1st as Arend tripled with 2 outs and Hartman followed it up with a double. The 2nd inning went quietly before it looked like the Royals would play add on in the 3rd. The Royals had the bags loaded with 2 outs when John Ramsey launched a deep fly ball into the left-center gap. Redleg centerfield Jacob Robinson was a... (more)

Carmack K's 9, Parks Drives Home 3 in Win

07/14/2017
 

The final meeting between the Camden Redlegs and Kettering Royals of the 2017 regular season resulted in a split double header at Madison High School on Sunday.

Game 1 began with the Redlegs jumping out to an early lead in the top of the 1st. Kyle Arend reached on a fielder’s choice. With 2 outs and no one on, Kyle stole 2nd and then cruised around to score on an overthrow. The Royals took the lead right back in the bottom half thanks to RBIs from Zane Vogelsang ... (more)

Henry Ks 13 as Redlegs Rally Late in 7-3 Win

07/03/2017
 

The Redlegs improved to 10-5 after scraping out a win over the Wright Knights on Sunday at Madison High School. The game was tightly contested through the first 7 innings before the Redlegs put together a 4-run rally in the bottom of the 8th to cement the victory.

Camden sent rookie southpaw Tyler Henry to the mound for his 2nd start of the 2017 season and he followed up his strong debut with another fantastic outing. This time around, Tyler went all 9 innings striki... (more)

Slammers Force Season Series Split, Win 13-7

06/26/2017
 

The Slammers offense would not be held down for another game though as they pounded out 13 runs on 13 hits in game 2. The Redlegs plated 7 of their own, but never held the lead in the nightcap.

After the Slammers put an early 3 runs on the board in the top of the 1st, Matt Mattice singled in the bottom half and was driven in by Joey Watson. The Redlegs then tied it up at 3 in the 2nd. After a run was allowed to score on a Slammers error, Jacob Robinson hit a sacri... (more)

Redman Tosses 2 Hit Gem in 9-1 Win

06/26/2017
 

The Redlegs and Slammers tangled for the last time of the 2017 regular season on Sunday and, fittingly, split the double dip matchup.

Game 1 saw a spectacular pitching performance from current MVABL wins leader Matt Redman. Redman tossed 2 2/3 scoreless innings against the Slammers earlier this season and stayed true to form in this one as he limited the Slammers high scoring offense to 2 hits and 1 unearned run while striking out 7 in the complete game effort. H... (more)

Campbell's Strong Start Not Enough In 1-0 Loss

06/26/2017
 

Remember the last time the Redlegs and Slammers got together back on May 7th and it took 10 innings to decide a winner? It was noted in the recap for that game how often the games between these two clubs end up being very close. Well, chalk another one up in the “one run game” category as the Slammers scratched out a rare 1-0 victory over the Redlegs on a Thursday night game at Athletes in Action back on June 15th.

Unsurprisingly in a 1-0 game, the pitching was ou... (more)

Arend Goes Deep, Henry Notches 1st Win

06/13/2017
 

After the back and forth game 1, game 2 turned out to be quite a bit different. This game featured a great pitching duel between the Rangers Ryan Kemp and Redlegs newcomer Tyler Henry. Henry, making his MVABL debut, went 5 strong innings allowing only 3 hits, 1 earned run, and struck out 4 Rangers batters in the win. Kemp tossed 5 innings as well, striking out 6 Redlegs batters and allowed only 1 baserunner after the 1st inning. That 1st inning though is when the Redlegs were... (more)

Hartman Drives in 4, Marquez Gets 1st Hit in Win

06/13/2017
 

A hot June day on Sunday at Madison High School set the stage for the 25th and 26th editions of the Backyard Battle between the Camden Redlegs and Dayton Rangers. The Rangers have had the upper hand in this series, going 15-9 over the first 24 contests. After the dust settled, the Redlegs were able to pull out two victories to improve their 2017 season record to 8-3 and inch closer to evening up the Backyard Battle series.

The first inning looked as though it would... (more)

Hartman Racks Up 4 Hits as Redman Earns 4th Win

06/05/2017
 

The Redlegs knocked off the first place Kettering Royals on Sunday, moving themselves into 2nd place in the MVABL after the 7th week of action and a 1-2 start. Camden has now won their last 4 contests.

The Redlegs sent 2016 Playoff MVP Eric Williams to the hill to make his first start on the 2017 campaign. Williams was opposed by Evan Koogler, who currently stands in 2nd place in strikeouts in the MVABL behind only the Redlegs Aaron Carmack.

The Roya... (more)

Redlegs Win Battle of Defending League Champs

05/29/2017
 

With the MVABL off for Memorial Day, the Redlegs geared up for an interleague wood bat challenge against the reigning DABL champion Springfield Angels.

The Redlegs drew first blood by getting a run on the board in the top of the 1st. Matt Mattice singled with one out and stole 2nd. He moved to 3rd when Nick Davis singled, putting runners on the corners. James Robinson then smoked a line drive down the right field line to score Mattice.

The Redlegs ... (more)

Redlegs Top Expos 18-4

05/22/2017
 

The MVABL’s only action on Sunday took place at Madison High School as the Camden Redlegs and Miami Valley Expos met up for the first time this season. Field crews were able to get the field ready for a 2:00pm start time, which gave the teams just enough time to get game one finished before heavy rain forced game two to be postponed.

The Redlegs took the lead in the bottom of the 1st when Jacob Robinson started the inning with a walk, stole 2nd, moved to 3rd on a fl... (more)

Redlegs Outlast Slammers in 10

05/09/2017
 

Since the Redlegs were founded way back in 2010, they have played 24 games against the South Dayton Slammers. The all-time series is tied 12 games to 12 with the Slammers averaging 8 runs per game and the Redlegs averaging 7 runs per game. Out of the 24 total games, 20 of them have been decided by 3 runs or fewer. Of those 20 games, 9 have been decided by only 1 run. The take home here is that when these two clubs meet up on the diamond, you can bet it is going to be a closel... (more)

Watson and Hartman Lead 12 Run Attack in Win

05/01/2017
 

With a slow start to the 2017 season and the first place Dayton Rangers on tap, the Redlegs needed the offense to wake up in a hurry. It did better than just wake up, the Redleg offense roared to life and pounded out 19 hits that led to 12 runs on the afternoon. That would prove to be more than enough run support for the pitching duo of Aaron Carmack and Isaac Marquez. Isaac picked up his first career MVABL win in a clutch relief performance after Carmack exited the game with ... (more)

Campbell Notches First Win in Brilliant Debut

04/24/2017
 

The Redlegs were able to even out their record at 2-2 with a game one victory over the Wild Boars on Sunday. Kevin Campbell made his 2017 debut on the hill and was outstanding right from the word go. Campbell tossed all 7 innings, allowed only 5 hits and 1 run (unearned) in the complete game win.

The Redlegs struck first in the bottom of the 2nd when Mike Hartman laced a leadoff triple into the right center gap. Matt Mattice then knocked Hartman in with a single. ... (more)

Boars Use 5 Run 5th to Outlast Redlegs

04/24/2017
 

The 2nd game of double headers have not been kind to the Camden Club so far this year (0-2) as they turned around and dropped the nightcap to the Boars 8-4.

Things got off to a good start for the Redlegs as they took a quick 3-0 lead right out of the gate. In the bottom of the 1st Jacob Robinson started the inning with a walk and a stolen base and scored on a base hit by Kyle Arend. In the 2nd Mike Hartman started things out with a hit and Matt Mattice followed him ... (more)

Machine Cruise in Nightcap Win

04/14/2017
 

The Machine pounded the Redlegs in a 15-0 run rule in game 2.  The Redlegs committed 5 errors in 5 innings and were able to only scrape together 5 hits in total.  The positives were few, but Matt Mattice pitched a nice 2 1/3 innings of relief allowing only 1 run , James Robinson extended his team high 8 game hitting streak, and Ryan Gross recorded his first MVABL hit.

The Redlegs will attempt to right the ship in a double header against the Wild Boars on 4/23 at 1:00 a... (more)

Redlegs Fall Short in 5-4 Loss

04/14/2017
 

After a comeback victory on opening day, the Redlegs found themselves in a similar situation only 6 days later against the very same team. The Machine held a 5-4 lead after 5 innings and the Redlegs threatened but ultimately could not pull off another miracle.

Despite pitching very well and leading the MVABL in strikeouts after the first 2 weeks, Aaron Carmack does not have much to show for it in terms of wins and losses. He took the no decision on opening day and,... (more)

Redlegs Rally Past Machine in Opening Day Win

04/03/2017
 

The Redlegs opened up the 2017 season in strikingly similar fashion as they ended in 2016; with a late come from behind victory over the Mad River Machine.

One thing that was not so similar was the man standing on the hill for the Redlegs. For the first time since 2010, someone other than Kevin Campbell got the opening day nod. That nod went in the direction of Aaron Carmack who turned in a stellar 2016 rookie campaign going 6-2 with a 3.34 ERA and 46 Ks over 56 2/... (more)

Robinson's Walk Off Hit Clinches Championship

09/12/2016
 

The finale of the MVABL playoffs turned out to be an intense and exciting game. Each team sent out their game 1 starting pitchers to try and duplicate their strong outings from the day before. While the Redlegs continued to try and figure out Matt Clark, the Machine were ready to pounce on the veteran ace of the Redlegs.

The Machine blasted out of the gate in the top of the 1st inning. Cameron Calhoun led the game off with a triple and promptly scored on a single ... (more)

Williams Tosses Gem in Game 2 Victory

09/12/2016
 

In dire need of a win, the Redlegs turned to Eric Williams to try and shut down the Machine offense. Williams delivered and then some. He proceeded to toss a complete game while allowing only 5 hits, 1 earned run, and 7 punch outs en route to his 2nd post season victory. This brought his post season ERA down to a sparkling 1.38 over 13 innings pitched as he added 10 strike outs, 2 wins, and only 2 earned runs.

The offense also treated Williams much better than the... (more)

Machine Open Series with Win in Shortened Game

09/12/2016
 

The 2016 MVABL Championship series would feature two teams making their first ever trip to the finals, the Camden Redlegs and the Mad River Machine. The Redlegs earned their first #1 seed which granted them a 1st round forfeit victory versus the Stars before a two game sweep of a hot hitting Wright Knights squad. The Machine, who entered as the 4 seed, knocked off two perennial powerhouses by defeating the Dayton Rangers in the opening round and the 2 seed South Dayton Slammers... (more)

Hartman Leads Offense in 8-3 Win Over Rangers

08/02/2016
 

The Redlegs and Rangers squared off on Sunday July 31st for their 4th and final meeting of the 2016 regular season. The Rangers held the series advantage 2-1, but after strong pitching performances from Kevin Campbell and Aaron Carmack the Redlegs would even up the season series of the friendly “Backyard Battle” rivalry.

The Redlegs struck first in the bottom half of the 1st inning. Jacob Robinson started things off with a walk, Jackson Millard then singled which mo... (more)

Campbell Earns 5th Victory in 9-3 Win

07/27/2016
 

After Carmack dazzled in game 1, Kevin Campbell would try to follow suit in game 2 and keep pace with the rookie for the team lead in wins. Not only did Campbell follow suit, he would go 6 innings allowing only 3 hits and 1 run while punching out 3 Machine hitters as he cruised to his 5th victory of the season.

While Campbell was dealing, the offense of the Redlegs would offer up plenty of support to their veteran ace. They put 5 runs on the board in the 2nd inning g... (more)

Carmack Earns 5th Win, Watson Hits 2nd HR in Win

07/27/2016
 

The last time the Redlegs and Machine met in 2016 was way back on opening day and resulted in a 20-12 defeat for the Redlegs. They would make up for it though as they swept the late season double header from the Machine on Sunday July 24th.

The Redlegs sent 2016 All-Star Aaron Carmack to the mound for game 1 and he turned in another fantastic outing, keeping the Machine offense off balance over a complete game effort in which he earned the victory. Carmack allowed... (more)

Arend Hits Walk Off Bomb, Redlegs Win 7-6

07/19/2016
 

Kevin Campbell took the hill in Game 2 to try to start another winning streak. He was opposed by the Slammers Darren Himsworth.

The Redlegs kicked off the scoring in the 2nd when two walks and a Brad Clark single loaded the bases to start the inning. One out later, Mike Hartman singled to give the Redlegs a 1-0 lead. A pair of strike outs followed, limiting the damage to only 1 run.

The Slammers tied the game in the top of the third when Pat Kerttula double... (more)

Slammers Halt Redlegs Streak

07/19/2016
 

The Redlegs put their 5 game winning streak on the line against the South Dayton Slammers in a Sunday afternoon double header. A rematch between Aaron Carmack and Dan Comes from the last time these two teams met up, a 6-5 Redlegs win, was on tap for game 1.

The Redlegs threatened in the first when Jackson Millard reached on a one out single and Kyle Arend drew a walk. A pop out and a fly out ended the threat.

Carmack also got into a little trouble in the bot... (more)

Redlegs Win 5th Straight, Defeat Boars 11-6

07/13/2016
 

The Redlegs won their 5th consecutive contest on Sunday as they knocked off the Wild Boars Baseball Club by a final score of 11-6. With the win, the Redlegs stand alone on top of the MVABL leaderboard for the first time this season.

The Redlegs did a majority of their damage in the first 3 innings, jumping out to a 7-3 lead. In the 1st, Jacob Robinson started things off with a walk and stole 2nd base. Robinson then moved to 3rd on a wild pitch and scored on a sacr... (more)

Redlegs Prevail in Shortened Game

07/08/2016
 

As the rain continued to fall, the powers that be decided to start game 2 immediately to take advantage of the field condition and try to avoid postponing to another date. Field conditions were wet but playable and it seemed the most hardship fell to the pitchers who were having a hard time keeping their cleats clear of mud and keeping solid footing. Matt Redman, who tossed a scoreless inning in relief of game 1, started game 2 and tossed 3 solid innings allowing only 1 run whi... (more)

Campbell Picks up 3rd Win in 12-4 Victory

07/08/2016
 

The Redlegs and Kettering Royals met up for a soggy double header on Sunday afternoon at Howell Field in Dayton.

The visiting Redlegs took a commanding lead in the top of the 1st inning. Walks to Jacob Robinson and Jackson Millard put runners on for Kyle Weldon who promptly delivered a ground rule double that hopped the fence in left center field and scored 2 runs. Brandon Howard then singled which moved Weldon over to 3rd, and he then scored on a sacrifice fly fr... (more)

Redlegs Top First Place Slammers 6-5

07/01/2016
 

The Camden Redlegs and the league leading South Dayton Slammers squared off under the lights Thursday night at Action Sports. The Redlegs and Slammers both sent out pitchers with 3-1 records. Aaron Carmack for the visiting Redlegs and Dan Comes for the Slammers.

The Redlegs wasted no time jumping out to a lead. In the first inning, Jackson Millard smoked a double over the center fielder’s head and one out later was driven in by a single by Brandon Howard.

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Watson Debuts With 3 Run Blast as Redlegs Win 9-5

06/30/2016
 

The Redlegs offense came to life in the second game of the afternoon. They took a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st and would keep the lead throughout the remainder of the game as they went on to win 9-5.

Jacob Robinson singled to start the game for the Redlegs and moved to 3rd on a double by Jackson Millard. After Kyle Arend was hit by a pitch, James Robison delivered a 2 run single to left field to get the Redlegs on the board. The Knights clawed back in the top ... (more)

Knights Blank Redlegs 3-0

06/30/2016
 

The Redlegs dropped a close contest in game 1 of a double header against the Wright Knights on Sunday losing 3-0. This would mark the first time the Redlegs have been shut out since the 2013 playoffs when they lost to the Dayton Rangers 4-0.

Kevin Campbell, fresh off a 6-week rehab of a “frozen shoulder”, took the hard luck loss as the Redlegs couldn’t muster any offensive support behind his strong outing. Campbell went 5 1/3 innings allowing only 1 earned run whi... (more)

Rangers Edge Redlegs in Nail Biter

06/14/2016
 

The Redlegs and Rangers met up for the 3rd time this season on Sunday, this time under the lights at Rice Field in Miamisburg. This edition of the “Backyard Battle” would prove to be the most exciting in recent memory as a tough back and forth contest came right down to the final inning.

Runs were hard to come by for both squads as a pitcher’s duel quickly emerged between Redlegs rookie Aaron Carmack and Rangers lefty Matt Delbridge. The Rangers drew first blood i... (more)

Redlegs Complete Double Header Sweep Over Stars

06/07/2016
 

The scoring didn’t slow down in game 2 as the Redlegs picked right back up where they left off. They scored 12 times in the first inning and ended up notching their 2nd win at a final tally of 25-4. Brandon Howard picked up 4 more hits, 3 of them being doubles, and drove in 6 runs. Kyle Arend added 4 RBI on 4 hits and now currently stands as the MVABL hits leader to this point in the season. Matt Morrsion continued a nice afternoon as he had 3 more hits and 1 run driven in. ... (more)

Clark Goes Deep in 20-0 Victory

06/07/2016
 

The Redlegs came out swinging in game 1 of a double header with the expansion Dayton Stars on Sunday. They put 20 runs on the board in 3 innings en route to a 20-0 run rule victory after 3 innings.

Offensively the Redlegs were led by Brandon Howard who drove in 4 runs on 3 hits. Matt Morrison collected 3 hits and drove in 3 runs and Jared Bradley added 3 RBI. Brad Clark blasted his 2nd home run of the season, this one being a 3 run shot to right field. Aaron Carm... (more)

Carmack Shines in Debut as Redlegs Top Rangers

05/23/2016
 

The Redlegs took on the Dayton Rangers, looking for revenge from opening day where they blew out the Redlegs 21-6. New comer Aaron Carmack was on the hill for his first start in a Redlegs uniform and he was opposed by opening day winner Joe Becker.

Carmack ran into a little trouble in the 1st when Nick Gilmore doubled down the right field line with one out, but after a walk, he escaped the inning unscathed. In the bottom half of the inning, the Redlegs got right to w... (more)

Royals Get Revenge on Redlegs

05/16/2016
 

The Kettering Royals avenged an 11-9 loss to the Redlegs back on April 17th by topping the Redlegs 9-5 yesterday at Howell Field.

The Royals jumped out to an early lead by plating 3 runs in the bottom of the 1st, highlighted by a 2 run double by Evan Koogler. After a quiet 1st and 2nd inning, the Redlegs clawed their way back into the game by scoring twice in the 3rd. Jackson Millard roped an RBI double and Kyle Arend collected an RBI single in the frame.
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Offense Stays Hot in 23-10 Win

04/25/2016
 

The Redlegs started Sunday by putting up 15 runs in game 1 of the double header against the Boars and they followed that up with 23 more in game 2 as they pounded out 23 hits as a team.

Jacob Robinson led off the game with a solo shot to left center field, his first home run since 2012 and 10th of his career. Jackson Millard and Kyle Arend were each plunked and would later be driven in by Kyle Weldon and a sacrifice fly by Brad Clark.

The Boars looked... (more)

Redlegs Win 15-0 as Campbell Tosses Shutout

04/25/2016
 

After starting the season with a loss, Kevin Campbell has now earned back-to-back wins and has only allowed his opponents to score in 1 out of his last 15 innings pitched. Campbell notched his 3rd career complete game shutout as he cruised through the Boars lineup allowing just 6 hits while adding 1 strikeout in the 15-0 run rule victory.

The Redleg offense put up runs in all 5 innings, starting with 3 in the first. After the first two batters were retired, Kyle ... (more)

Redlegs Survive Late Royals Rally to Notch 1st Win

04/18/2016
 

The Redlegs looked sharp for 8 innings on Sunday as they bested the Kettering Royals by a final score of 11 to 9. The 9th inning was rocky, but the Redlegs had enough cushion to escape with a sorely needed win after two tough opening day losses.

The Redlegs took an early lead in the bottom of the 1st. Jackson Millard and Kyle Arend were both hit by pitches and both scored on a two-out double to right center by Kyle Weldon. Matt Morrison made it a 3-0 game on a t... (more)

Redlegs Drop Nightcap to Machine

04/12/2016
 

After a tough 21-6 loss to the Rangers, the Redlegs rounded out a forgettable opening day weekend by losing 20-12 to the Mad River Machine.

Early on it looked like the Redlegs might have been on the wrong side of another run rule as the Machine offense put 11 runs on the board through the first 3 innings. But 2 runs in the 2nd, 1 run in each the 3rd and 4th, and then a 7 run 5th brought the Redlegs even with the Machine at 11. Jackson Millard, Kyle Arend, and Kyle ... (more)

Rangers Defeat Redlegs 21-6 in Opener

04/12/2016
 

The Rangers kicked off their 20th season in defense of their 2015 championship by knocking off the Camden Redlegs 21-6 in five innings at Monroe.

An uncharacteristic run-rule highlighted the 20th edition of the Backyard Battle. The previous high in runs scored in this 6-year series was a 19-11 win by the Rangers in April 2012. This game also broke the series record in run differential (previous high was 11 - Redlegs 13-2 win in July 2013).

The Redlegs sta... (more)

Redlegs Offense Stays Quiet in 6-3 Loss

08/04/2015
 

The Redlegs dropped their 2nd straight as they couldn’t capitalize with runners in scoring position throughout a 6-3 loss to the Miami Valley Thunder. The Redlegs would leave 9 men stranded on the day.

Matt Mattice took the hill and, despite a rocky 1st inning, he turned in a nice outing that kept his club within striking distance for the games entirety. Mattice gave up 3 in the first, but settled in to allow no runs and only 3 base runners in the following 4 frames.... (more)

Redlegs Fall Flat in 15-4 Loss

07/31/2015
 

After securing one of their better wins of the 2015 season, the Redlegs fell flat against the Wright Knights on Thursday night. After using 3 pitchers through the first 3 innings, Matt Mattice entered and provided the only positive aspect of the game for the Redlegs. Mattice tossed the last 3 1/3 innings and didn’t allow any hits while punching out 4 batters. James Robinson collected 2 hits in the loss to lead the offense.

Arend Blasts 2 Bombs Backing Campbell's 8th Win

07/27/2015
 

After falling to the Beavercreek Sox in a tough 7-5 loss back in early June, the Redlegs rebounded on Sunday defeating the Sox for only the 2nd time in franchise history. The game came down to a very exciting finish but the Redlegs would hold on with a 6-5 win.

The Redlegs took the lead right out of the gate as they scored 3 times in the bottom of the first inning. Jackson Millard worked a one out walk, Kyle Weldon then singled, and Kyle Arend brought 3 home with a d... (more)

Redlegs Walk Off to Snap Losing Streak

07/06/2015
 

The 2nd game of the double dip would come down to an exciting finish as the Redlegs walked off to victory, ending their 4 game losing streak.

Kevin Campbell took the hill and turned in another great outing against another very strong offense. He went the distance as he allowed only 4 hits, 3 runs while punching out two batters. Nothing got passed Campbell while he was on the mound either, he made 3 outstanding defensive plays in the game, including starting one dou... (more)

Redlegs Skid Reaches 4 as Rangers Win 6-2

07/06/2015
 

In the midst of their first losing streak in the 2015 campaign, the task for the Redlegs would not get any easier as they approached the Backyard Battle with the Dayton Rangers. The Rangers are in first place in the Miami Division.

Matt Redman got the starting nod for the Redlegs and ended up leaving early due to discomfort in his throwing arm. Redman allowed 4 hits in the first two frames and 0 earned runs, though some shaky defense in the first inning allowed t... (more)

Machine Keep Redlegs Offense Down as They Sweep DH

07/02/2015
 

After only scrounging up 5 hits in game 1, the Redlegs offense remained cold and was only able to pick up 5 more hits in game 2.

The Redlegs didn’t break into the run column in this one until the 4th inning. Brandon Howard doubled with one out and Brad Clark walked. After a strikeout Kyle Weldon, who made his season debut in game 1, slashed a 2 out double that clanged off of the fence in left center field which brought a run home. Clark would then score on a passe... (more)

Redlegs Bats Go Cold in 4-1 Loss

07/02/2015
 

The Redlegs took on the Mad River Machine last weekend looking to rebound from a disappointing showing in the nightcap of a double header against the Royals the previous week. Though the defense played much better, this time it would be the normally potent offense of the Redlegs that would let them down.

Kevin Campbell took the mound for the Redlegs and would attempt to repeat his opening day performance against the Machine where he allowed 1 run on 5 hits and struc... (more)

Deluge of Hits and Sloppy Defense Sink Redlegs

06/16/2015
 

The Redlegs looked to improve to 9-2 in game 2 of the double header against the Royals. Matt Redman took the hill to try to continue to keep the Royal bats at bay.

In the first, the Redlegs struck first again. Matt Morrison led off game 2 in the same way he led off game 1, with a walk and a stolen base. He came around to score on a single by Jacob Robinson.

The Royals tied it in their half of the first, touching up Redman for a pair of doubles.

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James Robinson Goes Deep in Game 1 Win Over Royals

06/16/2015
 

The Redlegs hoped to stretch their win streak to 3 games against the Kettering Royals in game 1 at Belmont HS on Sunday. They ran Kevin Campbell out to the hill for the 7th time this year in search of his 6th win.

The Royals got a couple of hits in the first but Campbell stranded those runners. The Redlegs came up in their half of the first and got to work right away. Matt Morrison led the inning off with a walk. He stole second and was driven in by a single by Jac... (more)

Howard Blasts 4th Home Run and Drives in 3 in Win

06/09/2015
 

The Thunder offense came to life in game 2 and the game was very close throughout as both teams piled up hits and runs.

Kevin Campbell took the ball for the Redlegs in what turned out to be a bittersweet start. Campbell has taken plenty of hard luck losses over the years, but his offense would work to pay him back in this one.

After the Thunder put 3 runs on the board in the top of the 1st, the Redlegs fought back in the bottom half with 2 of their ow... (more)

Millard Goes Deep Again, Redman Goes the Distance

06/09/2015
 

After taking a tough loss to the Sox on Thursday night, the Redlegs rebounded with a couple of wins over the Miami Valley Thunder on Sunday.

Matt Redman took the hill in game 1 and got out of two early jams to keep the Thunder off the board, and the offense got behind him right away. After the leadoff man for the Thunder reached on an error, Redman induced a ground out for the first out. Evan Koogler then singled to put runners on the corners, but Redman ended the ... (more)

Sox Spoil Mattice's Great Debut

06/05/2015
 

The Redlegs got their first shot at the perennial powerhouse Beavercreek Sox on Thursday night, and the game was a nail biter throughout. Matt Mattice got the ball for his first career MVABL start and despite a rocky first inning, turned in a great performance that kept his team in it until the end.

The Redlegs struck first in the top of the 1st inning when Jackson Millard hammered a 1 out home run over the left field fence. But the Sox answered in the bottom of ... (more)

Late Rally Leads to Redleg Win

06/01/2015
 

The Miami River Marlins came in to face the Redlegs in the nightcap at Belmont HS. The Redleg offense was quiet early on and the Marlins dominated out of the gate, but a gutsy pitching performance and a late rally would save the game for the Camden club.

Andy Evans started on the hill for the Redlegs and he cruised through the first two innings, allowing only one run while picking up a couple of strikeouts. The offense got behind Evans in the top of the 3rd by putt... (more)

Millard and Howard Back Campbell in 15-4 Win

06/01/2015
 

The Redlegs were back in league play action on Sunday after spending the weekend participating in the Memorial Day tournament. While most teams were off for the holiday, the Redlegs got an extra two games in and were able to avoid a 2 week hiatus on the schedule. The offense was clearly still sharp as they sprayed 21 hits and scored 15 runs on the Boars over 9 innings after scoring 17 and 8 last weekend in the tournament.

After taking his first loss of the season a... (more)

Arend Goes Deep in Redlegs First Loss

05/18/2015
 

The Slammers spoiled the Redlegs undefeated start on Sunday winning a close game at a final score of 8-6. Kevin Campbell (2-0) struck out 5 Slammers through the first 3 innings but was hung with 6 runs (2 earned) before exiting early.

The Redlegs looked like they might strike first when Matt Morrison led the game off with a single. He moved up to 2nd on a wild pitch and then on to third when Jackson Millard put a ball on the ground to the right side of the infiel... (more)

Redlegs Pile up 20 Hits, Improve to 3-0

05/04/2015
 

The Redlegs faced off against the A’s in Monroe to try to stay undefeated on the year. They sent Kevin Campbell to the mound for his second start of the season to try to tame the powerful A’s bats that have given the Redlegs, and Campbell himself, problems in the past.

The Redlegs threatened early with Matt Morrison reaching on an error to lead off the game followed by a single by Jacob Robinson. Morrison alertly sped into third as the ball trickled away from the pit... (more)

Redleg Arms Rack Up 18 K's in Win

04/27/2015
 

After a two week layoff due to league wide rain outs last weekend, the Redlegs got back in action on Sunday against the upstart Wild Boars Baseball Club. The time off didn’t seem to effect the Camden club as they cruised to an 11-4 victory for their first 2-0 start in franchise history.

Pitching was the big story for the Redlegs. A combination of Andy Evans, Matt Redman, and Brad Clark resulted in 18 strike outs and 4 runs (3 earned) on the day. ... (more)

Campbell K's 9 in Opening Day Win

04/13/2015
 

On a picture perfect day for baseball, the Redlegs opened up the 2015 season against the Mad River Machine on Sunday at Kettering Field. These two teams had matched up for some pretty exciting games since the Machine were founded last season, including a 26-17 slugfest in the semi-final of last year’s Memorial Day Tournament. This would mark the 4th time these clubs have faced each other, the Redlegs owning the series 2 games to 1.

History would not suggest that th... (more)

Redlegs Ride Campbell's Arm in Game 1 Win

09/09/2014
 

After each team earned a first round bye, the Redlegs and Slammers met in the second round of the 2014 MVABL playoffs on Sunday. The last time these two teams played in the post season was 2011 where the Slammers pulled out a series victory in 3 games. The Slammers were looking to repeat that result and had a leg up right away as they sent potential MVABL Cy Young candidate Justin Wentworth to the mound in the series opener. The Redlegs sent veteran Kevin Campbell to the bump ... (more)

Robinson's Bomb Lifts Redlegs Past Thunder

08/20/2014
 

The Redlegs took care of business in the night cap, winning it 9-5 to set a new franchise record in wins by finishing 17-10.

Zach Carroll took the hill in this one and turned in a solid performance, going 6 innings while allowing 4 earned with a strike out. The offense got behind Carroll right away as they took the early lead by scoring once in the bottom of the 1st. Jackson Millard was hit by a pitch with one out and moved to third on a single from Jacob Robinson.... (more)

Campbell Ties Redleg Wins Record in 14-2 Victory

08/20/2014
 

The Redlegs had a chance to set a franchise record in wins in their final two games of the regular season on Sunday in a double header against the Miami Valley Thunder. The Redlegs needed a sweep to finish the year at 17-10. They have twice finished with 16 wins, once in their expansion year in 2010 (16-12) and last season they finished at 16-11.

Kevin Campbell took the hill in game 1 and he was looking for a victory for his own reasons. If he could pick up the wi... (more)

Rangers Best Redlegs in Backyard Battle

08/11/2014
 

After a tough game against the Beavercreek Sox, the Redlegs had to gear right back up for the Dayton Rangers. Matt Redman took the hill in this one and he turned in another nice outing, but Rangers starter Matt Delbridge held the Redleg offense down for almost the entire game. Redman went 5 innings and struck out 3 and allowed 4 earned against the high powered offense of the Rangers.

The Redlegs didn’t break through on Delbridge until the 8th inning but by that tim... (more)

Sox Spoil Redleg Streak

08/11/2014
 

The Beavercreek Sox spoiled the Redlegs franchise best 6 game win streak by winning 11-5 in the first game of a split double header for the Redlegs. The game was close throughout the game, but the Sox were able to outlast the surging Redlegs by scoring 5 late runs that would seal the game.

Jacob Robinson led the top of the 1st off with a double and Jackson Millard then walked to put two runners on with no out in the top of the 1st inning. Robinson was then forced o... (more)

Redlegs Outslug A's in Big Win

08/06/2014
 

The Redlegs continue to play good baseball as they knocked off another tough opponent on Tuesday night at Action Sports Center to improve their win streak to 6. Just two days after defeating the top seeded Machine, they took down the 4th seed Fairborn A’s 18-12.

The game was very close through the first 5 innings as neither team could build up any momentum and grab a secure lead. The Redlegs drew first blood in the top of the 1st inning when Jackson Millard drew a ... (more)

Campbell's CG Leads Redlegs to 5th Straight Win

08/04/2014
 

The Redlegs got a big win, and their 5th in a row, by topping the Mad River Machine on Sunday 10-4. The Machine had won 7 of their last 8 games, the only game they didn’t win came as a tie against the Knights back on July 15th.

The offense got off to a hot start as they put 4 runs on the board right out of the gate. Matt Morrison led off the 1st inning with a double and moved to 3rd on an infield single from Jackson Millard. Jacob Robinson then drove in the first ... (more)

All Stars Announced

07/30/2014
 

Congratulations to Brandon Howard and Jackson Millard on being selected to the 2014 MVABL All-Star team!

Howard, the team’s perennial clean-up hitter, makes his second consecutive All-Star appearance. In addition to being the primary “thump” in the Redlegs lineup, Howard also plays an excellent second base. In 21 games this year he has only 3 errors and boasts an impressive .971 fielding percentage. Brandon was named the automatic starter for the Redlegs meaning h... (more)

Millard and Mattice Go Deep in Sweep

07/28/2014
 

The Mariners grabbed an early lead in game 2 as they were able to push 2 quick runs across in the 1st against Redleg starter Andy Evans. Down 2-0, the Redlegs wasted no time squaring things up and taking the lead. After Matt Morrison got plunked by the first pitch of the game, Jackson Millard drove a ball over the left field fence to tie the game up at 2-2. The M’s thwarted the big inning though, as Jacob Robinson then singled with one out, but was gunned down at home after Br... (more)

Redman Improves to 5-1 in 8-4 Win Over M's

07/28/2014
 

The Redlegs swept a double header from the Ohio Mariners on Sunday, winning the first game 8-4 and taking the nightcap by a score of 7-6.

After scoring in each of the first 3 innings, the Redlegs cruised on with a comfortable lead throughout the game. In the 1st, Matt Morrison walked and stole 2nd base. Jacob Robinson then drove a ball back up the middle to plate the first run of the game. In the 2nd inning Matt Mattice hit a one out single and stole 2nd. He move... (more)

Breeden and Redman Key Walk Off Win in 9th

07/24/2014
 

When the Redlegs and Royals line up and do battle in the MVABL, you can bet that things are almost always going to get interesting. This Tuesday night affair at Howell Field was no exception, as the 7 inning weeknight game turned into a 9 inning extra inning marathon that ended in dramatic walk off fashion.

The Redlegs sent Andy Evans, their newest weapon, to the mound to try and figure out the always challenging Royals lineup. The Royals drew first blood by scorin... (more)

Redlegs Drop Braves 15-0 Behind Campbell's Shutout

07/21/2014
 

The Redlegs ended this early by defeating the Gem City Braves 15-0 in a 5 inning run rule victory.

Kevin Campbell picked up the complete game shutout on the mound as he pitched all 5 innings, allowed 1 hit and struck out 7 batters on the day. Campbell was a blink of an eye from the no hitter, but Jeremy Liddy broke it up with a single just past the glove of a diving Brad Clark at first base in the 4th inning.

Seven Redleg hitters had 2 or more hits on t... (more)

A's Big 5th Sinks Redlegs

07/18/2014
 

The Redlegs couldn’t muster up any offense in support of Matt Redman as his record took its first blemish this season in a 7-2 loss to the Fairborn Athletics. Redman pitched well in the start, but the A’s were able to push 6 runs across in a disastrous 5th inning that lead to their victory.

The A’s drew first blood as they scored one run in the bottom of the 1st when Joey Watson singled in Matt Addis who led the inning off with a single. But the Redlegs tied thin... (more)

Rangers Snap Redlegs 4 Game Streak

07/11/2014
 

The Redlegs took a beating on Thursday night in their first match of the 2014 season against the Dayton Rangers. Shawn Schmitt kept the Redlegs quiet offensively, allowing only 3 runs to the home club.

Things looked bleak right away as the Redlegs unexpectedly only had 8 players at game time. Luckily the team had Andy Evans on hand for a tryout and he was promptly signed and thrown right into the fire. Andy will look to contribute on the mound for the Redlegs down... (more)

Redman Remains Perfect, Improves to 4-0

07/07/2014
 

Matt Redman took the mound in game 2 looking to improve upon his 3-0 start in 2014 and he did just that. Redman cruised through 6 innings of work where he allowed only 5 hits, struck out 5, and allowed only 2 runs both of which were unearned.

The Braves struck first again in the nightcap, this time putting up 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st. But the Redleg offense rallied once again. Just like in game 1, the Brave lead would last for only a half an inning. The Re... (more)

Redlegs Win 3rd Straight

07/07/2014
 

The Redlegs picked up their 3rd and 4th straight wins with the 2nd double header sweep in as many weeks.

Game 1 saw the Redlegs behind early on, as the Braves put up a 4 spot in the top of the 2nd inning to take a 4-0 lead. The lead was short lived however as the Redlegs sent 13 men to the plate which yielded 9 runs in the home half of the 2nd. Brad Clark started things off with a walk, James Robinson reached on error, and Matt Morrison singled to load the bases. M... (more)

Redlegs Sweep DH as Redman Goes the Distance

07/01/2014
 

The Redlegs had a slightly less nerve racking game in the nightcap as they cruised to an 8-5 victory with little drama near the end of the game. Matt Redman took the hill looking to keep his record unblemished, which he did as he tossed the complete game victory to improve to 3-0 on the year. Redman allowed 4 earned and struck out 7 in 7 innings of work.

The Slammers struck first when Eric Murphy drove Kevin Ashworth in for the game’s first run but the Redlegs took... (more)

Arend Goes Deep in Redleg Win

07/01/2014
 

The Redlegs earned two much needed wins on Sunday by sweeping a double header from the South Dayton Slammers to improve their record to 7-6. Kevin Campbell took the ball for the 7th time this season and turned in a nice start for the Redlegs as he picked up his 2nd victory of the 2014 campaign. Campbell tossed 7 innings, allowing 5 earned runs while punching out 3 batters in the start.

The Slammers jumped out to an early lead when Dean Grandfield smoked a double to... (more)

Sox Score a Lot

06/18/2014
 

The Beavercreek Sox put up a 19 spot on the Redlegs on Tuesday night, ending the game after 5 innings due to run rule.

Kyle Arend drove in both runs for the Redlegs. The first in the bottom of the first inning when he doubled home Jackson Millard who led off with a single. In the 3rd Arend dropped a single over the infield to plate Jacob Robinson who had hit a 2 out double just before.

The Redlegs now move into their bye week which will hopefully give ... (more)

Royals Edge Redlegs

06/17/2014
 

The Redlegs dropped a tough one to the Royals on Sunday, 7-6. It was a back and forth battle but in the end, the Royals timely hits and the Redlegs base running blunders proved to be too much to overcome.

Kevin Campbell started on the hill for the Redlegs. The Royals wasted no time putting his feet to the fire in the bottom of the first. Kevin Reynolds led off the inning with a single. After a fielder’s choice and an error to put runners on second and third, Chris Jergens drilled ... (more)

Redlegs Can't Cash In, Drop 2nd Straight

06/09/2014
 

The Redlegs dropped their 2nd straight by losing to the Wright Knights on Sunday lowering their record to 5-4 on the 2014 campaign. Despite only being outhit 16 to 14, the Redlegs could only capitalize and score 3 runs. Meanwhile the Knights were able to cash their 16 hits in for 13 runs.

The Redlegs 3 lone runs were scored in the 1st, 3rd and 5th innings. In the 1st Millard was hit by a pitch to start the inning. He was later driven in on a single by Brandon How... (more)

Wolverines Take Nightcap

06/03/2014
 

Game two of the double header was a much different story, as the Wolverines rebounded and controlled the entire game.

The Wolverines put 10 runs on the board while the Redlegs could only muster two, both of which came in the 6th inning. Redman reached on an error to start the inning and moved to 3rd on a double from Jackson Millard. Kyle Arend then singled in Redman which put runners on the corners. Millard would later score on a ground ball double play.

Redman Tosses Gem in Redlegs 4th Straight Win

06/03/2014
 

The expansion Wolverines traveled out to Monroe for a double dip against the Redlegs last weekend. The Wolverines opened up their season one week prior in the Memorial Day Tournament and made a splash right away by winning it all. The Redlegs were eliminated by the Mad River Machine who lost to the Wolverines in the championship.

Matt Redman started on the mound for the Redlegs and turned in an outstanding performance. Matt notched a complete game victory in game ... (more)

Machine Advances to Finals

06/02/2014
 

The Mad River Machine knocked off the Redlegs in the 2nd round of the 2014 Memorial Day Tournament. The Redlegs had trouble getting outs all day long as the team committed 9 errors on the day.

The Machine went on to lose to the Miami Valley Wolverines in the championship by a score of 6-3.

Carroll Tosses Complete Game in Win

05/25/2014
 

The Redlegs (3-2) and Mariners (2-5) met up for their first round matchup in the 2014 Memorial Day Tournament on Saturday. The Redlegs racked up 16 hits and scored 11 runs over the 9 inning game on their way to an 11-7 victory.

The offense started slow for the Redlegs as they couldn’t get anything going off of Mariners starter Chris Flaherty. Flaherty cruised through the first 4 innings and didn’t give up any runs until the 5th. Jared Bradley singled with one out ... (more)

Redlegs Overcome Errors; Pound 20 Hits in Win

05/20/2014
 

With Monroe being unavailable for play due to wet conditions on Sunday, the Redlegs and Knights had to be moved to Howell Field at a 7:00pm start time. The game lasted well into the night, and eventually the Redlegs came out on top in a 17-13 win.

Kevin Campbell took the hill for the Redlegs and turned in a solid outing to pick up the win. Campbell went 5 innings, struck out 6, and allowed 3 earned runs.

The Redlegs had no shortage of offense in this one... (more)

Howard and Millard Go Deep in Nightcap Win

05/05/2014
 

The floodgates opened up in the 2nd game of the double header as the two teams scored a combined 28 runs on 30 hits. The Redlegs were able to hold on for the 15-13 victory as they were able to strand the tying run at 1st base in the bottom of the 7th.

The Indians looked like they were going to continue right where they left off when Brennan Glass blasted his 3rd home run of the day in the bottom of the 1st inning, driving in 3 runs to put the Redlegs in an early 3-0... (more)

Glass Powers Indians Past Redlegs with 2 Home Runs

05/05/2014
 

The Redlegs and Indians met up for their only matchup in the 2014 regular season on Sunday in a double header at Miami Middletown’s field in Monroe. The Indians controlled the first game from the start, and ended up cruising to an 8-2 win behind two blasts from Brennen Glass.

The Redlegs couldn’t muster much offense support behind starter Colby Clark. Clark’s first start a Redleg ended after 6 innings, he struck out 6 and ended up taking the loss. Zach Carroll pitc... (more)

Redlegs Notch First Win Over Expansion Machine

04/28/2014
 

The Camden Redlegs got into the win column by knocking off the Mad River Machine by a final score of 14-9 on Sunday at Athletes in Action in Xenia. Pitchers from both teams had to deal with a tight strike zone all day that resulted in a combined 22 walks on the afternoon.

The Redlegs got to work right away, scoring 4 runs in the bottom of the 1st and 2 more in the bottom of the 2nd to jump out to a quick 6-0 lead behind starter Don Parrish. In the first, Jackson Mi... (more)

A's Spoil Redlegs Opener

04/14/2014
 

The Redlegs opened up their 2014 season on Sunday April 13th on a blustery afternoon at Athletes in Action sports complex in Xenia. Kevin Campbell made his 4th consecutive opening day start in hopes of starting the year off on the right foot. Campbell got to work right away, allowing only 2 hits over the first 3 frames.

Meanwhile, the Redlegs took advantage of some wild early pitching from the A’s to put 3 runs on the board in the 1st, all on past balls and walks, ... (more)

Errors Cost Redlegs in 16-7 Loss

08/12/2013
 

The Redlegs then moved over to Beavercreek High School for the 2nd part of their split double header, this time taking on the Kettering Royals. This game had playoff implications as both teams are fighting for a top 5 seed and first round bye.

But a shaky Redlegs defense combined with a Royals club who continued to hit would prove a bad combination for the home team, as the Redlegs committed 8 errors on the way to a disappointing 16-7 loss.

The offense ... (more)

Redlegs Win 7-0 Behind Millard's Shutout

08/12/2013
 

The Redlegs battled the Springfield Indians on Sunday in game 1 of a split double header for the Redlegs. The Redlegs were in need of a win as they continue to battle for a top 5 seed going into the playoffs that would result in a first round bye. A win would also tie the single season win record for the Camden club, as they won 16 back in 2010 in their expansion year.

The visiting Indians weren’t going to go down without a fight and threatened early, but the Redle... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Braves, Improve to 15-9

08/07/2013
 

The Redlegs had no shortage of offense in the nightcap, as they pounded out 17 runs en route to a 17-6 victory. Matt Redman got the start and went the distance; he struck out 8 batters and allowed only 4 earned runs.

While the offense dominated, this game started off with another great diving play in the outfield. This time it was Jared Bradley who made a nice diving snag. Jared raced in toward the infield and was able to pick the ball out of the air just before it ... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Braves, Improve to 15-9

08/07/2013
 

The Redlegs swept the Brick City Braves in their final matchup of the season winning 8-2 and 17-4.

Don Parrish took the hill in game 1 and pitched all 7 innings. Don allowed 1 earned run, 5 hits and struck out 6 Braves hitters in the complete game effort.

The Redlegs did almost all of their damage in the top of the 1st inning, sending 9 men to the plate which yielded 5 runs. Jackson Millard led the game off with a single and promptly scored on a triple... (more)

Rangers Snap Redlegs 3 Game Streak

07/31/2013
 

In the 12th edition of the Backyard Battle, the Redlegs squared off against the Rangers for the final time in the 2013 regular season on Tuesday night.

Shawn Schmitt was able to keep the hot hitting Redlegs team down in this one, as he allowed only 8 hits and 2 runs in the start. 8 hits is the fewest the Redlegs have been able to produce since they went up against the Beavercreek Sox on June 20th.

The Rangers did most of their damage right away, scoring 4 times in ... (more)

5 Run 9th Leads to Redlegs Walk Off Win

07/29/2013
 

The Redlegs and Athletics met up at Monroe on Sunday. The A’s had already bested the Redlegs twice this season, and after an early Redleg lead was erased by the A’s it looked like the A’s might sweep the season series. But the Redlegs were able to pull out a victory in typical dramatic fashion and would end up winning this one by a final tally of 18-17.

The A’s scored 2 runs in the top of the 1st and scored again in the top of the 4th to take a 3-0 lead. A’s starter Shawn Haffn... (more)

Redlegs Move into Tie for 2nd in Buckeye Division

07/24/2013
 

Kevin Campbell took the hill on Sunday night for the Redlegs and would turn in a solid performance that would earn him his 5th win of the year and would inch him closer to the Redleg single season strikeout mark set by Taylor Guntle in 2010 (48). Campbell now stands only 1 strikeout behind and will surely break the record in his next outing. Campbell would go 7 innings in this one, he struck out 4 and allowed only 7 hits to a very good offensive club in the Mariners.

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Howard and Arend Go Deep, Redman Tosses Gem

07/19/2013
 

Matt Redman made his first start of the 2013 season for the Redlegs against the Wright Knights on Thursday July 18th, and he turned in an outstanding performance for the home team. Redman tossed his first career complete game as he pitched 7 innings, allowed 5 hits, 1 earned run, and struck out 7 Knight batters.

The Redleg offense has heated up with the July weather, the team batting average has quickly risen from .296 to .322. The team has not had less than 11 hit... (more)

Redlegs Fall as Slammers Walk Off

07/15/2013
 

The Redlegs busy weekend would conclude with a 9 inning affair with the 1st place South Dayton Slammers on Sunday July 14th. It seems to be a roller coaster ride every time these two teams get together, most recently a 20-19 slugfest victory for the Redlegs earlier this season, and this game would be no exception.

The visiting Redlegs would strike 1st as they put one run on the board in the 2nd inning. Brandon Howard singled to start the inning but he was quickly e... (more)

Offense Backs Weldon in 13-2 Win

07/14/2013
 

The Redlegs met up with the Dayton Rangers at Howell Field on July 13th for 2013’s first edition of the friendly rivalry, dubbed the Backyard Battle, between these two clubs. Rookie Kyle Weldon would get the nod against the Rangers while Rangers right hander Zach Carroll would take the hill for the Rangers in his first start of the season.

The visiting Redlegs would draw first blood as Jackson Millard started the game with a double. Kyle Arend then singled him in fo... (more)

Morrison Drives in 3, Redlegs Win

07/12/2013
 

After two consecutive losses to the Beavercreek Sox, the Redlegs looked to get things back on track against the Brick City Braves last Thursday night.

The Redlegs got on the board first when Brandon Howard doubled to lead off the 2nd inning and eventually was driven in by John Long in his first at bat of the season. The Redlegs then poured 4 more runs on in the top of the 4th to make it 5-0. Howard again reached base to start the inning. Matt Mattice later walked, followed by ... (more)

Sox Survive, Stay Undefeated

07/02/2013
 

Just 10 days after a 14-5 loss against the Sox, the Redlegs went back to Rotary looking for a little revenge on June 30th.

The Sox jumped out to an early 3-0 lead as they scored one run in each of the first 3 frames. The Redlegs got one back in the 4th inning when Kyle Arend led off the inning with a single, stole 2nd, and advanced to 3rd on an overthrow. Jacob Robinson then drove Arend in with a groundball up the middle that ended up a fielder’s choice. But the Redlegs scored... (more)

Another Late Redlegs Collapse Leads to Loss

06/21/2013
 

The Redlegs battled the Sox on Thursday night, and kept up with the undefeated squad from Beavercreek for 5 innings, but things unraveled late when the Sox put up 10 runs over the final 2 frames. Don Parrish got the start for the Redlegs and turned in a great performance, going 5 innings allowing 5 hits and 4 earned runs while striking out 2.

After falling behind 4-0, the Redlegs tied things right back up in the bottom of the 3rd. Redman walked, Millard singled, and Arend walked... (more)

Redlegs Win on Rare Walk-Off Strike Out

06/10/2013
 

The nightcap turned out to be a different story as a combination of Don Parrish and Brad Clark held the Royals to 3 runs on 6 hits over 8 frames, the problem was that the Redleg offense couldn’t seem to take advantage which sent this one to extra innings.

The Royals scored first in the 2nd, but the lead was short lived as the Redlegs put 2 on the board in the bottom half. Brandon Howard launched his 4th homerun of the season to lead off the inning. Brad Clark then singled and even... (more)

Bradley Goes Deep in Loss

06/10/2013
 

The Redlegs and Royals met up for the first time in 2013 for a double dip at Miami University Middletown’s home field in Monroe. Both teams were able to put 11 hits together in game 1, but the Royals were able get those hits in timely situations which resulted in 10 runs opposed to just 4 for the Redlegs.

The Redlegs took an early lead in the top of the 1st when Jackson Millard and Kyle Arend singled consecutively to start off the inning. Brandon Howard would then drive Millard ... (more)

Weldon Fans 8 in First Win

06/03/2013
 

Game 2 of the double header started off much differently than the lopsided affair that was game 1. Bats ace TJ Teets started strong against the Redlegs, racking up 7 strikeouts in the first 3 innings while Redlegs starter Kyle Weldon cruised through the Bats lineup in his MVABL debut on the mound.

The Redlegs got on the board in the bottom of the 3rd, Justin McCurdy doubled to start the inning and put a runner in scoring position but Teets recorded back-to-back strikeouts in an a... (more)

Offense Explodes behind Campbell's Gem

06/03/2013
 

After a last minute change of venue, the Redlegs headed to Kettering Field on Sunday after word came in that Preble Shawnee would be unavailable due to late week weather. Despite the game being delayed an hour, the Redleg offense showed up right on time and delivered 18 runs on 15 hits en route to an 18-0 run rule victory.

The Redlegs got to work right away in the top of the 1st inning. Jacob Robinson led off with a double before Kyle Weldon drove him in with an RBI single. Thi... (more)

Redlegs Collapse Late, Fall to Sox

06/01/2013
 

After the Sox took down the division leading Royals on Tuesday night, the 2nd place Redlegs went to Rotary to take a crack at the 1-0 Sox. Much like the Redlegs most recent game against the A’s, it would be a closely fought battle until the Sox would take a commanding lead late in the game before eventually taking the win.

The Sox would strike first in the top of the 1st inning. After a leadoff flyout, Brandon Ward reached on an error and stole 2nd and 3rd base to get into scori... (more)

Redlegs Exit in Semi-Finals

05/27/2013
 

The Redlegs and A’s met in the semi-finals of the Memorial Day Tournament on Sunday, the winner would go on to face the winner of the Rangers and Mariners game that was being played at the same time over at Howell Field. The Redlegs were hoping to build off of the dramatic come from behind walk off win from the day before, but the A’s had other ideas.

The game started pretty quietly as Don Parrish limited the A’s to 4 runs (3 earned) with 4 strikeouts over his first 5 innings pi... (more)

Redlegs Win on 1st Franchise Walk Off

05/26/2013
 

The Redlegs (3) drew a hot Miami Valley Thunder (6) squad as their first round opponent in the 2013 MVABL Memorial Day Tournament. The Redlegs trailed for 8 innings in this game, but would score when it mattered most on the way to the club’s first franchise walk off victory.

Kevin Campbell took the ball for the Redlegs and kept the Redlegs close over 8 innings of work. Campbell struck out 4 and gave up 4 earned runs in the outing. The Redlegs got Campbell a quick le... (more)

Rangers Edge Redlegs 10-8

05/23/2013
 

The Redlegs met up with the Rangers on Sunday in a non-league game, marking the 10th edition of the “Backyard Battle”. The Rangers previously held the advantage 5-4.

The Redlegs jumped out early when Kyle Arend singled and was brought in on a 2 run blast off the bat of Brandon Howard. But the Rangers wasted no time coming back, in the bottom of the 1st Joe Staten launched a 3 run homerun of his own to give the Rangers a 3-2 lead. The Redlegs tied things up in the 2nd when Justi... (more)

Weldon Saves Redlegs 2nd Straight Win

05/19/2013
 

The Redlegs finally broke their pattern of alternating wins and losses by getting their second straight win on Saturday night, defeating the Wright Knights 14-11 at Athletes in Action in Xenia. They used a 10 run 7th inning to rally from a 7-2 deficit in the effort.

The Redlegs struck first when Kyle Arend manufactured a run in the top of the 1st. After the first two batters grounded out, Kyle worked a walk then stole 2nd (his first of 3 on the night) then moved to... (more)

Redlegs Roll; Advance to 3-3

05/14/2013
 

The Redlegs evened up their season record on Sunday by defeating the Springfield Indians 12-5 in 9 innings at Athletes in Action in Xenia. Kevin Campbell started on the mound for the Redlegs and turned in his best effort of the season, going 7 innings and striking out 5 while allowing only 4 hits and 1 run en route to his first victory of the 2013 season.

The Indians took the early lead on Campbell in the bottom of the 1st, stringing 3 hits together to score the game’s first run. ... (more)

Redlegs Can't Hold on

05/06/2013
 

The Redlegs looked to knock off a 2nd straight undefeated opponent when they faced the Fairborn A’s Sunday night at Athletes in Action in Xenia. While the Redlegs held the advantage for the first half of the game, the A’s were able to put to big innings together in the 5th and 6th that would eventually lead to their victory.

The Redlegs struck first in the top of the 1st inning. After two quick groundouts, Kyle Arend and Brandon Howard both reached on errors putting runners on the... (more)

Redlegs Hand Slammers First Loss in Slugfest

04/29/2013
 

The Redlegs met up with the undefeated South Dayton Slammers on Sunday on an overcast and rainy day out at Preble Shawnee High School. While Mother Nature provided the rain the Redlegs and Slammers provided the thunder, pounding out a combined 42 hits, 6 homeruns, and 39 combined runs.

The Slammers put a run on the board in the 1st inning, but the Redlegs tied it up in the 2nd when Brandon Howard launched a mammoth homerun deep into the trees beyond the left field fen... (more)

Late Rally Falls Short; Redlegs Lose 6-5

04/21/2013
 

The Redlegs took on the 2012 MVABL runner up Ohio Mariners on Sunday in what turned out to be an exciting back and forth contest that came down to the final at bat. Former Mariner now Redleg Don Parrish got the nod and pitched well against his old teammates, going 7 innings while striking out 6 and allowing only 4 earned runs.

The Mariners struck first, scoring once in the top of the 1st and another in the 3rd. Down 2-0, the Redlegs got on the board in the bottom of the 3rd. Ma... (more)

Longacre Lifts Redlegs to 1st Win

04/15/2013
 

The Redlegs got back on track in a night game out at Athletes in Action Sunday, besting the Thunder by a final tally of 13-4. Branden Heinemen got his 1st MVABL start and kept the Thunder off balance through 5 innings on the way to the first victory of his career.

Branden was able to work out of two early jams in the 1st and 2nd innings. The Thunder had 2 on and 1 out in the first inning but Heinemen was able to get out of it by notching a strikeout and pop out back to back. Th... (more)

Redlegs Sputter in Opener

04/08/2013
 

The Redlegs met up with the Miami Valley Bats for opening day on Sunday looking for some revenge after losing to the Bats in the first round of the playoffs in 2012. These two clubs were locked up with a 4-4 record since the Bats entered the league in 2011, but after this game the Bats would have the series edge.

Kevin Campbell got his 3rd consecutive opening day nod and showed a little rust early. After a leadoff ground out, the Bats reeled off 4 consecutive hits which yielded th... (more)

Offense Goes Silent in 4th Straight Loss

08/15/2012
 

The offense went completely quiet in the nightcap, only managing 1 run in the entire game. The 7 runs the Shockers scored would be plenty enough to cruise to a doubleheader sweep of the Redlegs.

The Redlegs lone run came in the 1st inning when Jacob Robinson drove Taylor Patterson in with a single to center field.

Redlegs Blow Another Close One

08/15/2012
 

The Redlegs lost a heartbreaker in the 1st game of a double header against the Warren County Shockers.

Kevin Campbell took the hill in game 1 and kept the Redlegs in the game through 6 innings, allowing 7 hits and 6 earned through his start. The Redlegs jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the 1st two frames. Millard reached on an error in the bottom of the 1st to lead off the inning and Taylor Patterson doubled to put runners on 2nd and 3rd. Brad Clark then hit a 2 run d... (more)

A's Cruise By Redlegs

08/15/2012
 

The Redlegs would fair no better in the nightcap, and would eventually fall victim to another run rule.

The Redlegs were again only able to put 2 runs on the board, this time they scored in the 5th inning to prevent being run ruled after 5. Robinson doubled with 2 outs and was driven in on a double by Howard, who was then doubled in by Brad Clark. But the A’s scored 3 more in the top half of the 6th and the Redlegs went quietly in the bottom half to end the game 18-2. ... (more)

A's Cruise By Redlegs

08/15/2012
 

The Reglegs took two beatings from the Fairborn A’s on Saturday, the first 2 of 4 games the team would play over the weekend.

The Redlegs began the first game of the double header with only 8 players and would never recover, surrendering 13 runs over the first 2 innings.

The Redlegs could only muster 2 runs in the entire game, Brandon Howard had a run scoring double in the 1st and Dylan Wittman had an RBI groundout in the 4th. The game ended after the 5th i... (more)

Offense Comes Through in Big Win

08/05/2012
 

The Redlegs got one back from the Miami Valley Bats on Thursday night, preventing the Bats from getting a season sweep. The Redleg offense opened up for 22 runs on 19 hits in the game.

The bats jumped out to an early 4-0 lead in the bottom of the 1st, but it was short lived as the Redlegs came back with a 9 run top of the 2nd to take a 9-4 lead. Brandon Howard was hit by a pitch to lead the inning off, Mattice would then work a walk, and John Long would single to drive ... (more)

Howard and Millard Power Redlegs Passed Fury

08/02/2012
 

The Redlegs would then bounce back in a major way in the nightcap. The Redlegs would answer their earlier loss with an 18 hit 26 run attack that would lead to a 26-7 victory.

Matt Redman made his first start of the season and cruised along to his 2nd MVABL victory and 1st this season. Redman went 4 innings allowing 6 hits, 3 earned runs and 6 strikeouts.

The Redlegs got started early, scoring 10 times in the top of the 1st inning. Jack Millard led the g... (more)

Howard's 2 Homeruns Not Enough

08/02/2012
 

In what seems to be a continuing trend, the Redlegs lost another close game on Sunday. This time it came at the hands of the expansion Miami Valley Fury by a final score of 9-8. This would mark the 10th game this season the Redlegs have been in that was decided by 3 runs or less, and of those 10 games the Redlegs have lost 8.

The Redlegs newest addition took the mound in the form of Dylan Wittman and he kept the Fury offense down, allowing a meager 4 runs over the fir... (more)

Redlegs Lose Heartbreaker

07/27/2012
 

The Redlegs and Cardinals met up on Thursday night for their 3rd contest this season and 8th since both teams were founded in 2010. The Cardinals bested the Redlegs earlier this season in both games of a double header but the Redlegs held the overall series at 4-3.

Kevin Campbell took the hill again for the Redlegs and, unsurprisingly, pitched well against another potent offensive team. The Redlegs struck first in the top of the 1st inning. Matt Mattice walked with 1 ... (more)

Redlegs Stumble Against Sox

07/25/2012
 

Kevin Campbell and Ryan Carter squared off again on Sunday, an intriguing rematch of when these two combined to allow only 4 hits back on June 14th. Carter threw a no hitter and struck out 16 Redlegs that night while Campbell allowed only 4 hits and 2 runs to the high powered Sox offense.

This time the Redlegs managed 5 hits off of Carter in 5 innings, but Carter still fanned 11 batters in the outing. Campbell went 5 innings and struck out 3, but the Sox were able to strike for ... (more)

2012 All Stars

07/20/2012
 

The Redlegs sent two players to the 2012 All-Star game to try and help the Miami Division to victory on Sunday at Fifth Third Field. Jacob Robinson was named the automatic starter for the Redlegs, and he led off for the Miami division and played left field. Robinson led the game off with a single and later scored the games first run when he was knocked in when the Shockers Matt Stiffler grounded out to 2nd base. Robinson would end his night in the 5th inning, going 1-3, and yielding to teamma... (more)

Tale of Two Games, Offense Silenced in Nightcap

07/09/2012
 

The nightcap would prove to be a whole new ballgame. After 36 combined runs were scored in the first game, only 9 total were scored in game 2. Brandon Burchfield took the hill for the Redlegs and turned in his 2nd quality outing, going the distance and striking out 4 batters and allowing only 4 earned runs.

The Redlegs took an early 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st. After two quick outs, Jacob Robinson singled and scored on a double by Brandon Howard. As Robinson barely beat the... (more)

Redlegs Route Thunder in Offensive Explosion

07/09/2012
 

With the Redlegs and Thunder entering Sunday with very similar records, one would have expected two tight games in the doubleheader at Preble Shawnee High School. That assumption turned out to be correct for one game, but the Redlegs offense really opened up in game 1 as they put 29 runs on the board. The Redleg offense has stumbled a bit out of the gate, so it was nice to see everyone hitting and contributing at the same time. In fact, 8 of the 10 batters in the starting lineup had multiple ... (more)

Late Rally Not Enough for Redlegs

07/02/2012
 

Game 2 would feature TJ Ray on the hill for the Redlegs matched up against Josh Lakes for the Rangers. This would be Ray’s second start of the season and Lakes’ debut for the Rangers.

The Redlegs struck first in the top of the 1st inning. Jack Millard led the game off with a single, his 4th hit of the day, and was later driven in with 2 outs by Taylor Patterson. Both pitchers kept opposing offenses silent for the next few innings, but the Rangers were finally able to tie it up ... (more)

Redlegs Hold Off Late Rally for Win

07/02/2012
 

The Redlegs and Rangers met up for a double header in the heat Sunday in what is one of the most anticipated weekends for many players on each team. The Rangers entered the day with a slight edge in the friendly rivalry as they had won 4 of the 7 games since the Redlegs were founded in 2010.

Staff ace Kevin Campbell took the hill for the Redlegs, looking for his first victory in his 4th career start against the Rangers. Campbell did his job, keeping Rangers hitters off balance t... (more)

Burchfield Gets 1st Win as Redlegs Skid Ends

06/28/2012
 

The Redlegs and Slammers met up in a 7 inning weeknight affair on Tuesday night that pitted Slammers ace Sean Casey against Redlegs rookie right hander Brandon Burchfield. This would mark the first time these two clubs have faced each other since the Slammers eliminated the Redlegs from the playoffs last season.

In what turned out to be a great pitcher’s duel, Burchfield and Casey retired batter after batter which advanced the game through four innings in just under an hour. Burch... (more)

Redlegs Skid Hits 5 Games

06/26/2012
 

Game 2 was a tighter contest. TJ Ray started on the hill for the Redlegs and worked 3 innings keeping them in the game. Brandon Longacre came to pitch in long relief and walked a tightrope to escape trouble in the next 3 but a struggle with control and a timely double from Kyle Neal gave the Bats a walkoff 8-7 win in the last frame. Jake Robinson had 3 hits driving in two and stealing a base and Matt Mattice hammered his 2nd homerun of the season and also collected 3 hits.

Redlegs Skid Hits 5 Games

06/26/2012
 

The Redlegs entered Sunday's double header hoping to right the ship and put a game or two into the W column. The Bats had other ideas in Game 1. The 15 run, 15 hit attack highlighted by a 4 run 4th inning all with two outs and a long ball by Scott Dickerson off of Redlegs starter Kevin Campbell in the 7th proved to be too much for the Redlegs to over come. Even with a late rally they dropped the game by a score of 15-9. In one of the few bright spots, Matt Redman played a fantastic game goi... (more)

Redlegs Drop Double Header

06/11/2012
 

It was all Cardinals in the nightcap, as they rolled to an 18-3 run rule victory after 5 innings. The Redlegs held a brief lead as they scored 2 runs in the top of the 1st inning. Benthal walked with 1 out and scored when Robinson doubled, his 4th of the day, to right field. Robinson then scored when Taylor Patterson knocked him in with 2 outs. The other run came in the 5th inning when Jack Millard knocked in Jared Bradley; Bradley had singled earlier in the inning.

The Redleg... (more)

Redlegs Drop Double Header

06/11/2012
 

The Redlegs fell to a franchise worst 3-7 after losing a pair of games against a tough Miami Valley Cardinals squad on Sunday.

Kevin Schaeffer was on tap to make his second start of the season in game 1, but was a last minute scratch after feeling some discomfort in his throwing shoulder while warming up. With inning eating Kevin Campbell unavailable due to illness and starters Jack Millard and Brad Clark nursing elbow injuries, the Redlegs turned to newcomer TJ Ray to toe the rubb... (more)

Campbell Halts Redlegs Skid with Gem

06/04/2012
 

Kevin Campbell followed up on the hill after Schaeffer’s performance and turned in a gem of his own. Campbell went the distance, allowing only 5 hits and striking out 7 while giving up only 1 run (unearned) in the game. Campbell was one out from a complete game shutout, but a fly ball that should have ended the game fell in for the Indians to get on the board.

The Redlegs took an early lead in the top of the 1st when Jack Millard led the game off with a double, a... (more)

Schaeffer Shines in Return; Takes Hard Luck Loss

06/04/2012
 

The Redlegs and Indians met up for a double dip at Howell Field on Sunday both looking to improve on their 2-4 early season records. Ultimately, the two clubs would split the series and walk away, still even, at 3-5.

Kevin Schaeffer returned to the mound and turned in a very good outing for the Redlegs. Schaeffer hadn’t pitched in the MVABL since 2011, but it was hard to notice as he went 5 innings and gave up 0 earned runs. Schaeffer started the first inning on... (more)

Offense Goes Cold in 2nd Consecutive Loss

05/29/2012
 

The Redlegs and the Ohio Mariners squared off in a non-divisional matchup on Sunday and despite hot temperatures, the Redlegs bats stayed cool throughout the afternoon. The Mariners sent newcomer Joemar Melendez to the hill for his first start of the season and he went 7 strong frames against the Redlegs allowing only 5 hits and 2 runs. Melendez struck out 5 Redleg batters but benefited from some solid defense from his teammates as the Redlegs had trouble getting any hits to fall.

K... (more)

Redlegs Can't Cash In; Lose Nightcap

05/21/2012
 

After the back and forth game 1 of the double header, game 2 was just the opposite. The Royals took the lead in the top of the 1st inning and would not trail a single time in the ball game.

After falling behind 2-0, the Redlegs were able to tie the game in the bottom of the 2nd inning. After a fly out to begin the inning, Steve Benthal and Matt Mattice singled consecutively and moved to 2nd and 3rd on stolen bases. Jack Millard then drove in a run with a single and Bobby Dempse... (more)

Late Rally Fuels Redlegs Win

05/21/2012
 

The Redlegs and Royals took the field for a double header on Sunday at Howell Field. Since the Redlegs formed in 2010, these two clubs have a split 2-2 record against each other with the Redlegs getting the most recent win last summer. Eric Williams recorded the win that day in an 8 inning 15 strikeout performance that earned him MVABL Pitcher of the Week honors. Williams took the ball again on Sunday hoping for a repeat performance.

The Redlegs took an early lead in the top of t... (more)

Missed Opportunities Sink the Redlegs

05/08/2012
 

The Redlegs had plenty of chances throughout the game against Shocker starter Ben Schlater but never seemed to be able to cash in.

Jack Millard got the start on the hill for the Redlegs and pitched well. He got off to a shaky start when Chris Flaherty singled to begin the game followed by walks to Matt Stiffler and Thomas Fluty and a 2 run single by Taylor Hause. Millard limited the damage at two runs getting a strikeout and a ground out to end the inning.

After that,... (more)

Bats Back up Campbell For 1st Win

04/23/2012
 

The Redlegs met up with the Miami Valley Thunder on Sunday for a 9 inning affair at Action Sports Complex in Dayton. Kevin Campbell made his 2nd consecutive start for the Redlegs and went 7 strong innings giving up only 4 runs, 3 earned, and striking out 4 en route to his first victory of the season. Brad Clark pitched the final 2 frames and allowed only 2 hits and 1 unearned run.

The Redlegs took an early lead as they put one run on the board in the bottom of the 1st. Matt Red... (more)

Rangers Win Round 1 of Backyard Battle

04/18/2012
 

On Sunday, the Redlegs and Rangers opened up the 2012 season in this year’s first edition of the “Backyard Battle”. Two members of the Springboro baseball coaching staff squared off against each other on the mound in the form of Kevin Campbell for the Redlegs and Shawn Schmitt for the Rangers. Campbell did what he could, but ultimately the windy conditions and shakey defense behind him yielded the win to Schmitt.

The Rangers jumped out to an early 1-0 lead when Jelani Arnold doubl... (more)

2012 Season Preview

04/05/2012
 

After one final tune up on Saturday, the Redlegs will open their season against the Dayton Rangers on April 15th at Xenia High School at 1:00pm. The team has had a promising spring and there are high hopes for the 2012 season. The pitching staff has looked solid in the three pre-season games the team has played so far. Brad Clark returns to lead the staff, Kevin Campbell has been very sharp this spring due in part to adding some new pitches to his repertoire along with some extra velocity, an... (more)

2012 Draft - Redlegs Get Dempsey

02/28/2012
 

The Redlegs went into the draft looking for one thing in 2012, pitching. Unfortunately in years past that has been the strategy of many teams drafting in the top 5, so there was uncertainty if the Redlegs would be able to meet that need. But this year the Redlegs were able to get their target at the 5th spot in the form of 21 year old Bobby Dempsey. Dempsey, a Northmont Grad, impressed at Sunday’s tryout showing off a hard fastball from the mound while also showing some strong ... (more)

Redlegs Fall in 3; Season Ends Short

10/24/2011
 

Game 3 marked the end of the Redlegs 2011 season as they had trouble cashing in with runners in scoring position all game long. Bradley and Longacre each picked up 2 hits in the loss; Bradley batted .412 in the playoffs. The only 2 RBI were driven in by Brad Clark who also had 2 hits on the night, Brad posted a .563 playoff batting average only being ousted by Greg Lebouef who hit .571.

Thanks to the players and fans who helped to make 2011 another great season of... (more)

Redlegs Fall in 3; Season Ends Short

10/24/2011
 

Game 2 featured just as much firepower from each team as the Redlegs topped the Slammers in 12-9 comeback victory. Most of the damage was done in the 5th inning when the Redlegs pushed 7 runs across, 2 driven in by Longacre who had 3 more RBI in game 2. Brandon Howard launched his first home run of the post season as he drove in 3 runs in the game. Robinson, Clark, and Slone drove a run in each also.

Clark started for the Redlegs and benefited from the offensive e... (more)

Redlegs Fall in 3; Season Ends Short

10/24/2011
 

The Redlegs lost in Game 3 in a 3 game set with the South Dayton Slammers in the 2nd round of this years playoffs. Game 1 was an offensive battle, but in the end the Slammers edged out the Redlegs 15-11.

The Redlegs offense was led by Brandon Longacre and Steve Benthal as each player picked up a couple of RBI's in the game. Jacob Robinson and Brad Clark each had 3 hits in the loss.

Redlegs 2011 Season Comes to an End

09/16/2011
 

The Redlegs lost in Game 3 of the best of three series with the Slammers on Tuesday night to officially end the season. Stats update, scores, and recaps will be posted soon.

Redlegs Win First Playoff Series

08/29/2011
 

The Redlegs and Bats met for Game 3 at Kettering Fields to decide the series. Eric Williams got the ball for the Redlegs and Gary Robinson was sent to the hill by the Bats to determine who would move on.

Williams came out in the first inning and struck out the side to get the game started. Robinson worked out of some trouble in the first to keep the game scoreless after one inning. Williams held the Bats in check by striking out two more in the second inning. In the bottom of th... (more)

Redlegs Force Game 3 with Blowout Victory

08/29/2011
 

The Redlegs sent 2010 ace Taylor Guntle to the hill to try to salvage a Game 2 victory to force a rubber match on Sunday. Guntle didn't disappoint, delivering a complete game shutout allowing only 2 hits and striking out 7.

Caleb Rodriguez got the scoring started in the first inning with an RBI single and John Long added a sacrifice fly to give the Redlegs a quick 2-0 lead. They added 3 more in the next from from an RBI single from Jake Robinson and a 2-run single from Steve Ben... (more)

Redlegs Stunned by Bats in Game 1

08/29/2011
 

The Camden Redlegs entered the playoffs on fire having won their last 5 games. They were looking to carry that momentum into their round 1 playoff series against the Miami Valley Bats.

The Redlegs struck first in the 2nd inning when Brandon Howard was hit by a pitch and was later driven in by Justin McCurdy on a fielder's choice to the second baseman. The top of the third saw the Bats string together 6 straight hits against Redlegs starter Kevin Campbell to give the Bats a 3-1 le... (more)

Redlegs Walk Off For 5th Straight Win

08/25/2011
 

The Camden Redlegs are rolling into the playoffs after a late comeback and walk off win 5-4 against the Fairborn Athletics. Brad Clark started for the Redlegs and went the distance for his third win of the season.

The scoring started in the first when Caleb Rodriguez drew a walk, advanced to second on an error and scored on an RBI single by Brandon Howard giving the Redlegs a 1-0 lead. Clark rolled through the first 3 innings allowing only one hit and a walk. The A’s finally go... (more)

Late Rally Fuels Win

08/20/2011
 

The Redlegs and Rangers met on Thursday night at Rotary Park for the 3rd and final time for the 2011 regular season. Kevin Campbell took the hill for the Redlegs and, just like last time, went against Shawn Schmitt of the Rangers. Unlike the last time these two pitchers went up against each other however, it was the Redlegs who struck first and not the Rangers.

After Schmitt got a strikeout to start the game, Caleb Rodriguez singled and Clark walked to get runners on... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Thunder, Score 33 in DH

08/20/2011
 

The Redlegs continued their hot hitting in Game 2 of the double header putting up 19 runs off of Thunder pitching. Kyle Slone, Jake Robinson, and Justin McCurdy led the offense with three hits each. Steve Benthal and McCurdy drove in 4 and 5 runs respectively. Slone also swiped a couple of bases and Jared Bradley had a pair of doubles in the contest. Brandon Howard started and got the win going 5 solid innings. John Long and Caleb Rodriguez pitched the final two frames to preserve the 19-7 ... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Thunder, Score 33 in DH

08/20/2011
 

The Redlegs got the bats out for game 1 of the double header at Preble Shawnee against the Thunder. Most of the damage was done early as the Redlegs put up 12 runs in the first 3 innings. Steve Benthal and Justin McCurdy led the way with three hits each. Benthal also drove in 3 runs. Greg Lebouef added two hits as well and Brandon Howard scored 3 times in the contest. Brandon Longacre went the distance on the mound scattering 6 hits over 7 innings allowing only a run while striking out 5 in ... (more)

Camden Wins 11-1

08/09/2011
 

Camden got back on track Sunday winning 11-1 over the Miami Valley Bats. In game 1 of the double header, Brad Clark took the mound and turned in a fantastic outing. Brad went all 7 innings, allowed only 5 hits and 1 run and struck out 3. Brad was one out shy of a shutout, but gave up a solo homerun in the top of the 7th inning to former home run derby champ Josh Jaynes.

The Redlegs wasted no time taking the lead when Jacob Robinson smacked his 3rd home run of the season to le... (more)

Redlegs Commit 9 Errors, Fall To M's

08/08/2011
 

The Redlegs were hoping to get a little revenge on the Ohio Mariners after taking a 9-2 loss just over a week before last Thursday night’s rematch. But the Mariners had other ideas, piling up 20 runs and run ruling the Redlegs after 5 innings in a 20-4 blowout. The Mariners continued to hit the ball throughout the day and the Redleg defense couldn’t keep up; the team committed 9 errors which gave the M’s 15 unearned runs. Meanwhile, Jordan Pergram shut Camden down just as he did on their July... (more)

Clark and Robinson Represent Redlegs in AS Game

07/31/2011
 

Brad Clark will be starting for the Buckeye Division in the 2011 All Star Game. Brad has turned in quite a season so far offensively, batting .444 with a homerun and is tied for the team lead in RBI with 15. Brad is also sporting a .619 slugging percentage and a .514 on base average. But Brad has excelled this season in more than just offense; he’s also been the club’s best pitcher through the first half of the season. Despite a deceiving 1-5 record on the mound, Brad has a... (more)

Slammers Walk Off to Top Redlegs in Extras

07/27/2011
 

The Redlegs got a rematch against the Slammers who put up a combined 39 runs over two games against them just a couple of weeks ago. This weeknight affair would turn out to be a much different story however, as the pitchers would take control of this game from start to finish.

Kevin Campbell took the hill against Slammers ace Jared Wagoner and battled each other through the first 4 innings. The Slammers struck first, getting 2 runs in the bottom of the 1st with RBI singles fro... (more)

K's Kill Redlegs

07/25/2011
 

The weather held out just long enough for the Redlegs and Mariners to hook up for a 9 inning affair on Sunday morning. Originally scheduled to take place at Carleton Davidson Stadium in Springfield, the game had to be moved at the last minute to Kettering Fields due to wet field conditions.

The Redlegs offense, who put up a combined 50 runs over the last 3 games, was silenced by Mariners starter Jordan Pergrem. Pergrem went 7 innings, struck out 8, and allowed only 1 run on hi... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Thunder

07/21/2011
 

Game 2 was much of the same, as the Redlegs seemed to be firing on all cylinders. Taylor Guntle took the mound and was dominant through 7 innings of work, picking up the complete game victory. Taylor allowed only 5 hits and 1 earned run while striking out 3 Thunder hitters.

The Redlegs took the lead in the top of the 1st and would never look back, as they led for the duration of the game. Robinson led off the game with a walk and eventually came around to score on a Brad Clar... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Thunder

07/21/2011
 

The Redlegs were able to get two big wins last Sunday, besting the Miami Valley Thunder in both games of a double header. The Redlegs offense exploded for 35 runs on the day, which was exactly how many runs they scored through their previous 8 games.

Kevin Campbell started on the hill in game 1 and gave up 6 hits through his 5 innings, allowing 1 earned run and striking out 3 in the complete game effort. With the win Campbell now leads the pitching staff with 3 wins.
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Redlegs Fall to 6-11

07/13/2011
 

The Redlegs and Slammers squared off in a double header out at Preble Shawnee High School on Sunday and the Slammers prevailed in a lopsided victory in game 1. The Slammers pounded out 16 runs as they cruised to an easy 16-0 victory by run rule. The only bright spot in the game for the Redlegs was Brad Clark going 2-2 at the plate with a double. Slammers starter Jeff Beall pitched a complete game, 6 innings, and punched out 8 Redleg batters in the victory.

Redlegs Fall to 6-11

07/13/2011
 

Game 2 was a completely different story. The Redleg offense woke up and put 19 runs on the board. Unfortunately the Slammers were able to score 4 more and win the game at an astounding 23-19 final score.

The Redlegs jumped out early in the top of the 1st inning. Jacob Robinson and Brad Clark both reached with singles to start the game and were driven in correspondingly by Brandon Howard and Taylor Guntle. Benthal later drove in a run with a double to give the Redlegs a 4-0 adv... (more)

Tigers Get First Franchise Win

07/06/2011
 

The Redlegs lost a heartbreaker on Tuesday night in a back and forth contest against the Dayton Tigers. The Tigers would eventually outlast the Redlegs and win 8-7. On a positive note, this win gave the Tigers their first franchise victory after starting the season 0-10.

The Tigers jumped out early on Redleg starter Matt Redman, scoring 3 times in the 1st inning. But the Redlegs answered immediately in the bottom half scoring 3 runs of their own. Jacob Robinson and Matt Mattic... (more)

Redlegs End Losing Streak

07/06/2011
 

The Redlegs 8 game losing streak finally came to an end Sunday when they squared off against the defending MVABL Champion Kettering Royals and came out on top by a final score of 12-3. Eric Williams took the hill and was outstanding in an 8 inning, 15K, 7 hit effort. Williams surrendered only 3 runs over his 8 innings and Taylor Guntle pitched a scoreless 9th, striking out the side to finish the game.

The Redlegs got things started in the top of the 3rd inning when Steve Benthal... (more)

Rangers Sweep Redlegs in "Backyard Battle"

07/06/2011
 

Game 2 featured a couple of Springboro coaches facing off on the hill against each other. Shawn Schmitt went for the Rangers, who is an assistant varsity coach, and Kevin Campbell for the Redlegs, who coaches as an assistant on the JV squad.

The Redlegs struck first as Jacob Robinson led the game off with a single and eventually scored on a double by Brad Clark. Clark was later driven in on a single by Brandon Howard to give the Redlegs a 2-0 advantage. But the Rangers would th... (more)

Rangers Sweep Redlegs in "Backyard Battle"

07/06/2011
 

The Redlegs met up with the Rangers in the 2nd Annual Backyard Battle on Saturday for a double header at Springboro High School. Game 1 featured Brad Clark up against Ranger rookie Luke Trubee, which turned out to be a fantastic pitcher’s duel. The Rangers scored an unearned run in the first, and later scored on a solo homerun by Josh Cawein, which turned out to be all the offense they would need. Trubee ended up 2-hitting the Redlegs as Jacob Robinson and Steve Benthal were the only Redlegs... (more)

Redlegs Drop 6th Straight

06/29/2011
 

The Redlegs went into Tuesday night’s game against the Beavercreek Sox losing a franchise worst 5 straight games. The Sox meanwhile were riding a 5 game winning streak, coming off of a big win over the Miami Valley Fusion on Sunday. During the Redlegs 5 game slide the main concern has been the offense, as the club only produced 10 runs over the span. That all was about to change however as it was the defense that ultimately killed the home team on this night.

The Sox sent Colby C... (more)

Redlegs Still Looking For Offense

06/13/2011
 

The Redlegs continued their losing streak against the A’s managing only 2 runs while giving up 13 in another lopsided defeat.

Brad Clark got the start and pitched well for 6+ innings. He took a no-hitter into the fourth before giving up a two out blooper into left field off the bat of Jared Whited that plated two runs and gave the A’s a 2-0 lead. The Redlegs got one of the runs back in the top of the 5th. With one out, Jared Bradley drew a walk and moved up to 3rd on a double by Ja... (more)

Offense Continues to Struggle

06/11/2011
 

The Redleg offense was quiet once again in the nightcap of a split doubleheader against the Cardinals, scoring only 1 run in the game. The team has now scored only 3 runs in the last 4 games while their opponents have scored a total of 31.

Brandon Howard made his first start of the season and pitched 5 innings, yielding 5 earned runs on only 6 hits. Howard kept the Cardinals off balance, but was ultimately done in in the 5th inning when the Cardinals got 3 singles... (more)

Offense Stays Quiet, Shockers Win 10-2

06/08/2011
 

In an opening day rematch, the Camden Redlegs squared off against the Warren County Shockers on Sunday at Preble Shawnee High School. The Redlegs hoped to get back on track in this one after losing their two previous matchups, but the Shockers had other ideas. The Shockers put the ball in play early and often, racking up 17 hits which scored 10 runs and forced 4 errors on the Redlegs.

Ben Schlater started for the Shockers and surrendered the lead in the 1st inning ... (more)

Camden Loses 2nd Straight

06/02/2011
 

The Redlegs got their 2nd dose of baseball in 3 days as they took on the Beavercreek Sox at Rotary Park at 8:30pm Tuesday night. Sox pitching kept the bats quiet all night for the Redlegs, as they could only muster 4 hits for the 2nd straight game. Jon Venters returned from the Independent League to start against the Redlegs and promptly mowed down 8 batters in 3 innings of work, giving up only one run on a double by Brian Kuhbander after Kevin Campbell reached on an error. The ... (more)

Redlegs Fall Flat

06/01/2011
 

The Redlegs took on the newly founded Miami Valley Fusion on Sunday in game 2 of a split double header. In game 1, The Fusion took on the Miami Valley Thunder and pounded out 16 runs in a lopsided victory. An undermanned Redleg team didn’t fare much better, as the Fusion ran away with the game and eventually won 20-4. The Redlegs offense was silenced by the Fusion pitching staff, getting only 4 hits on the afternoon. The defense performed just as poorly as 9 errors were commi... (more)

Sunday's Game Suspended

05/24/2011
 

The Redlegs and Tigers were only able to get to the bottom of the 4th inning before the game was put on hold, and eventually postponed, due to rain. The Redlegs currently hold a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the fourth inning. The game will be picked up on Sunday June 19th at Preble Shawnee High School. This game will be resumed directly after the Redlegs and Tigers play their regularly scheduled game at 1:00.

Redlegs Walk-off to Sweep Indians, Take Over First

05/17/2011
 

For the fourth and fifth consecutive games, the Redlegs had to do battle with a team ranked in the MVABL’s "Who’s Hot" list. This time it was a double header against the top ranked Springfield Indians.

The Redlegs ran hard throwing Eric Williams out on the mound for game 1 to face 2-0 Matt Spradlin. The Indians jumped out to an early lead in the bottom of the 2nd inning when Matt Buynack hit a bases loaded bullet to the right field fence to score two followed by a 2 run single f... (more)

Redlegs Offense Wakes Up in Win Over Cardinals

05/09/2011
 

After scoring only 2 runs the previous week in a loss to the Royals and mustering only an unearned run in the 1st 3 frames against the Cardinals, the Redlegs bats needed a wakeup call. That spark may have been provided ironically enough on defense by catcher Steve Benthal.

The Cardinals started the scoring off right away in the 1st inning. Jacob Robinson was on the mound to start for the first time since starting in the '08 playoffs for the Rangers. He struck out Nick Walker to be... (more)

Clark Honored; Redlegs vs. Cardinals Sunday

05/05/2011
 

Brad Clark was given the MVABL's Pitcher of the Week award for week 1 for his 6 inning, 5 strikeout, 0R performance against the Shockers. The Redlegs battled back in the game and were able to take the lead and come away with a win. To read more about the award, check out the MVABL's homepage

The next game for the Redlegs will take place on Sunday 5/8 at Athletes in Action in Xenia. Game time is 1:00.

The Cardinals... (more)

Redlegs Falter Against Champs

05/02/2011
 

On a cloudy Sunday at Oak Grove Park in Centerville, the Redlegs took on the defending MVABL champion Kettering Royals. Brad Clark made his first start on the 2011 season and pitched well, going 7 innings and striking out 6 while giving up 4 earned runs. After the 1st inning, Clark only allowed 1 earned run and 6 hits through his next 6 innings of work. Despite the good outing, Clark would take the hard luck loss as the Redleg offense couldn’t seem to capitalize with runners in scoring positi... (more)

4/17 Games Postponed

04/17/2011
 

Games today against the Tigers and Cardinals have been postponed. Makeup games TBD.

Redlegs Win on Opening Day

04/11/2011
 

On a blustery Sunday opening day afternoon, the Redlegs and Shockers squared off in a rematch of a 1st round matchup in the 2010 playoffs. Kevin Campbell started on the hill for the Redlegs and pitched well despite giving up 6 runs (5 earned) over 3 innings. Campbell struck out 4 through his 3 innings of work. The Shockers jumped out to an early 3-0 lead after two innings highlighted by a solo home run from Casey Middleton. But the Redlegs battled back in the bottom of the 2nd,... (more)

Opening Day Field Change

04/08/2011
 

The Redlegs-Shockers game has a new location and time. It will now be held at Action Sports Center in Dayton at 1:30pm.

MVABL Action Begins Sunday!

04/06/2011
 

The Redlegs are looking to pick up right where they left off after posting an impressive 16-12 regular season record in their rooking campaign before taking an early exit in a tough series against the Shockers in the first round of the playoffs. With a solid set of veterans returning, mixed in with a couple of new prospects, the team expects to compete in 2011. The outfield will look very similar this season as Jacob Robinson will once again man center field flanked by Matt Mattice and Jared B... (more)

Weekend Scrimmages Vs. Bats, Thunder

03/29/2011
 

The Redlegs have a couple of final tuneups before the start of the regular season on April 10th. Saturday, April 2 at Action Sports vs. the Bats at 3:30 and Sunday April 3 at Action Sports vs. the Thunder at 4:00.

Redlegs Take Kyle Slone in 2011 Draft

03/24/2011
 

The Redlegs hope to continue their hot hand in the draft a year after taking two solid contributors in Matt Mattice and Eric Williams in 2010. With the 7th pick in the first round, the Redlegs selected Kyle Slone. Kyle was a middle infielder for Troy Christian High School. After Kyle's performance at the pre-draft tryout and in practice, the Redlegs believe he is a good enough athlete to play anywhere on the field and hope he will be able to provide some speed on the base paths as well.

Redlegs 2011 Preseason Meeting and BP

01/09/2011
 

We've got a tunnel reserved at Extra Innings in Miamisburg Saturday, January 15 from 12:00 to 1:00. We'll be discussing the upcoming season beforehand, so try to be there at 11:30. Also, please bring $5 to cover the cage rental.

2010 Camden Redlegs in Review

10/19/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs started the 2010 year with a very young team hoping to surprise some people in the MVABL. After winning a league championship in 2009 with the Dayton Rangers, Jacob Robinson wanted to try his hand at managing his own team. Joined by other former Rangers Brad Clark, Brandon Howard, and Jared Bradley, the Camden Redlegs were formed. The team set out to fill the roster with former high school teammates, friends, draft picks, and waiver wire pickups. With a solid veteran core ... (more)

Redlegs Robinson Takes Two 2010 Honors

09/22/2010
 

Redlegs Coach Jacob Robinson takes the MVABL Manager of the Year award leading the expansion team to a 16-12 record and a 4th seed in the playoffs.

He also was named 1st Team All-MVABL as an outfielder finishing the year hitting .404 with 2 HR and 24 RBI.

Redlegs Inaugural Season Comes to an End

09/22/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs ended their season by getting knocked off in the first round of the MVABL playoffs by the Shockers. The Redlegs won the first game in the three game series with some timely hitting and solid pitching by starter Brian Kuhbander and relievers Kevin Campbell and Brandon Howard winning the game 14-9. Hoping to sweep the series and avoid a game 3 the following day, the Redlegs started off strong in game 2 with a 1st inning grand slam by Howard. The Redlegs added 2 more in the se... (more)

Redlegs Fall to Shocker 7-4

08/24/2010
 

The Shockers and Redlegs met up in a battle of two of the hottest teams in the MVABL last Thursday night at Rotary Park. The Shockers had previously won 10 of their last 11 while the Redlegs had won 8 of their last 10.

The Redlegs struck first, loading the bases in the top of the first inning. Jacob Robinson led off with a walk followed by a single from Jared Bradley. After a strikeout, Derek Graham walked to load the bases. John Long then drew a walk to bring i... (more)

Redlegs Split With Indians; Improve to 15-11

08/18/2010
 

In game two Taylor Guntle (5-0) took the hill seeking his 6th win of the season. He was opposed by the Tribes' Matt Coleman (3-4). The Redlegs could not find an answer for Coleman when they last faced each other way back on April 25th. The Redlegs held a 12 run advantage, scoring 12 runs in the first three innings. But Coleman shut the Redlegs down for the final four as the Indians were able to come back and take the win.

Sunday would mark a different outcome fo... (more)

Redlegs Split With Indians; Improve to 15-11

08/18/2010
 

The two teams from opposite ends of the MVABL met up on Sunday for a double header at Northwestern High School in Springfield. The Redlegs and Indians managed to get both games in despite rain clouds looming for most of the day. Each team took home a win on the day, as the Indians took game 1 while the Redlegs took game 2.

In game 1 the Indians sent ace Matt Spradlin (3-6) to the hill to counter Kevin Schaeffer (2-0) of the Redlegs. The Redlegs struck first in t... (more)

Redlegs Win 6 of Last 7; Beat Thunder 21-9

08/11/2010
 

The Redlegs out slugged the Miami Valley Thunder on Sunday, winning by a score of 21-9. With the win, the Redlegs have won 6 of their last 7 games and move into 4th place overall in the MVABL standings.

Kevin Schaeffer got the start against the Thunder and pitched well, giving up only four earned runs over 6 innings while striking out 7. All four runs Schaeffer gave up came off the bat of Thunder slugger Drew York, who hit a three- run homerun in the 1st and a sol... (more)

Redlegs Top Slammers 5-2

08/07/2010
 

The Redlegs and Slammers met for their final regular season match on Thursday night. The Redlegs sent Eric Williams to the mound to duel with Slammers ace Sean Casey, who had just started for the Buckeye division in the all-star game 4 days before. Runs were hard to come by between the two starters but the Redlegs were able to edge out the Slammers 5-2, doing most of their damage in the 5th scoring 4 times in the frame. Eric Williams pitched all 7 innings and gave up 2 earne... (more)

Redlegs Send Three to AS Game, Two to HR Derby

08/05/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs had their first ever All-Star selections in 2010. Rookie Taylor Guntle was named as the Redlegs "automatic starter" for the Buckeye Division team. Guntle is hitting .403 with a HR and 13 RBI at the plate and is 5-0 with a 4.88 ERA and 43 strikeouts in 51 plus innings on the mound. He is among the league leaders in average, hits, doubles, runs, RBI, ERA, wins, and strikeouts.

Also voted in by teammates was rookie coach and veteran player Jacob Robinson and ve... (more)

Sox Take 3 of 4 From Redlegs

08/04/2010
 

The Sox took the fourth and final game of the season series on Tuesday night against the Redlegs winning 4-1. The Redlegs sent Eric Williams to the hill to face the Sox for the 2nd time in 7 days, as he got the victory one week prior. Williams pitched well enough to give the Redlegs a chance to win, but the offense fell short, getting 6 hits and scoring only 1 run. Williams pitched all 7 innings, allowing 4 earned runs and striking out 6 Sox batters.

The Sox got o... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Dragons; Improve to 12-9

07/26/2010
 

In game two the Redlegs looked to improve on their longest winning streak in franchise history. After putting up 14 runs in game 1, the Redleg offense scored 17 in game 2, capped off by a 13 run 5th inning that sent 17 hitters to the plate. The Redlegs took game 2 by a final score of 17-8 and improved their winning streak to 5 straight.

The Dragons struck first in the nightcap, going up 1-0 in the top of the 2nd when Matt Berger drove a run in on a sacrifice fly.... (more)

Redlegs Sweep Dragons; Improve to 12-9

07/26/2010
 

The Redlegs squared off against the Dayton Dragons in a double header on Sunday, marking the first time these two clubs have matched up this season. In game 1 the Redlegs sent Kevin Schaeffer to the mound, making his first start since April 25th where he had a no decision against the Dayton Rangers. The Redlegs provided plenty of run support behind Schaeffer despite him turning in a fantastic outing. Schaeffer went 6 innings allowing only 2 earned runs, 4 hits and had 8 strike... (more)

Redlegs Win in Walk-Off Fashion

07/25/2010
 

The Redlegs took on the Beavercreek Sox on Tuesday night, marking the 3rd time the two clubs have faced off this season. After winning a wild game against the Rangers on Sunday by one run, the Redlegs pulled out a close one against the Sox winning 5-4.

Eric Williams started on the mound for the Redlegs and despite a rocky first inning where he gave up three runs, including a two run homer by Nate Bowles, he settled down and only surrendered one run on two hits in ... (more)

Redlegs Win in Slugfest

07/23/2010
 

The Redlegs looked to take the season series against the Miami Division leading Dayton Rangers on Sunday at Preble Shawnee High School. In the exciting back and forth slugfest the Redlegs emerged victorious by a score of 12-11. The two teams combined for 31 hits and 6 home runs in the game.

At the start, the game appeared it would be a pitchers duel between the two teams' ace pitchers. Taylor Guntle (5-0) took the hill for the Redlegs and Jonathon Silverman (6-... (more)

Redlegs Split Double Header With Astros

07/14/2010
 

The Redlegs recovered in the nightcap of their double header against the Astros, winning 8-3. Rookie of the Year candidate Taylor Guntle improved to 5-0 in the Redlegs win. Guntle went the distance pitching 7 innings, allowing 2 earned runs, and striking out 7.

The Redlegs started the scoring early as Jacob Robinson led off the game with a single and was later doubled in by Guntle. In the second Zach Clendenen led the inning off with a walk and later came around t... (more)

Redlegs Split Double Header With Astros

07/14/2010
 

The Redlegs split a double header against an undermanned Dayton Astros squad at Preble Shawnee on Sunday. The Redlegs let game 1 get away as the Astros scored late to win it by a final score of 12-10.

Brian Kuhbander started on the hill for the Redlegs and held the Astros in check, going 5 innings, striking out 3 and giving up 6 runs. The Astros scored first in the top of the 2nd inning, both runs coming across on a Redlegs error. The Astros then put up 3 more in ... (more)

Redlegs Fall to Sox

07/14/2010
 

The Redlegs took on the Beavercreek Sox on Tuesday night and lost in a high scoring game by a final tally of 15 to 11.

Both teams started strong scoring in the 1st, the Sox pushed three across with help from a 2 RBI double from Nate Bowles while the Redlegs got a run on an RBI single by John Long. After neither team scored in the 2nd, the Sox pushed three more runs across in the 3rd to push their lead to 6-1. But the Redlegs answered again scoring three of their ow... (more)

Redlegs Fight Back to .500 Again

07/01/2010
 

In game two of the twin bill the Redlegs grabbed the lead early and never looked back, giving Taylor Guntle plenty of run support en route to his 4th victory of the season.

The Redlegs got to work early, scoring four times in the top of the first inning. Robinson led off with a walk, followed by a single fro Mattice. Both were quickly driven in on a double from Brad Clark. Kuhbander then walked, followed by an RBI single from Guntle. John Long then ended the innings scorin... (more)

Redlegs Fight Back to .500 Again

07/01/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs fought their way back to .500 this weekend after taking both games of a double header against divisional foe, and fellow expansion club, the Miami Valley Cardinals.

Brian Kuhbander took the hill for the Redlegs in game one and turned in a gem, going the distance giving up 3 runs (none being earned) and striking out 5. The Cardinals took an early lead on RBI singles from Aaron Thacker and Jonathan Teague in the first, and an RBI single from Josh Jaynes in the ... (more)

Redlegs Fall to 5-7; Lose to Sox

06/13/2010
 

The Redlegs squared off against the Beavercreek Sox for the first of four matchups this season. The Sox took the series lead after beating the Redlegs 9-3.

The Redlegs got on the board first in the top of the 2nd inning. Derek Graham led the inning off with a double and was later driven in by John Long. Long is 7-14 (.500) with 5 RBI in his last 4 games. But the curse of the killer inning continues to haunt the Redlegs. After scoring 1 in the 2nd inning, the Sox... (more)

Late Comeback Not Enough

06/13/2010
 

The Redlegs fell to the South Dayton Slammers on Sunday by a final score of 13-12 as the Slammers held on despite a late rally from the Redlegs. Taylor Guntle took the hill looking for his 4th win of the season and pitched well, going 5 innings striking out 4 and giving up only 1 earned run and 1 hit.

The Slammers took the early lead in the top of the 1st inning as P.J. Dixon led of the game with a walk, stole second, and ended up scoring as a result of a couple R... (more)

Redlegs Back to .500

05/31/2010
 

In game two the Redlegs gave 2nd round draft choice Eric Williams the nod, making his Redlegs debut on the mound. Williams went the distance, pitching the complete game and only 3 of the 8 runs he gave up were earned as the Redlegs were unable to provide a strong defense behind him. He also struck out 6 in the game as he picked up his first career win in the MVABL.

The Redlegs took an early lead in the top of the 1st as Robinson led of the game with a walk and stole second, ... (more)

Guntle Improves to 3-0; Redlegs Win 8-2

05/31/2010
 

The Redlegs improved to 5-5 after taking two from the Warren County Shockers Sunday at Athletes in Action Sports Complex in Xenia. Taylor Guntle took the hill for the Redlegs and turned in another quality start going 6 innings, allowing 1 earned run and striking out 4. Taylor now leads the Redlegs staff with a 3-0 record on his rookie season.

In game one the Redlegs found themselves in an early hole as the Shockers put one on the board promptly in the 1st to take a 1-0 lead. ... (more)

Rangers Get Revenge; Top Redlegs 12-3

05/28/2010
 

The Dayton Rangers defeated the Camden Redlegs Sunday by a final score of 12-3. While the Redlegs had only 3 less hits then the Rangers, the Rangers made their hits count while the Redlegs left 10 men on base throughout the game.

The Rangers took the lead in the top of the 2nd inning and didn’t look back from there, scoring 6 in the frame highlighted by a 2 run triple from Ben Schooler. The Redlegs scored twice in the 3rd inning on a 2 run double from newcomer Zach Clendenen... (more)

Redlegs Fall to 3-4; Lose to Thunder

05/22/2010
 

The Redlegs dropped their second straight on Sunday as they couldn't keep the Thunder off the scoreboard, despite scoring 10 runs of their own. The Thunder scored 19 runs over 7 innings, highlighted by homeruns from David Moss and Drew Bost, Drew York also contributed 4RBI.

The Redlegs were led offensively by Jared Bradley who went 2-3 and added an RBI with 2 runs scored.

The Redlegs hope to end their losing streak as they take on the Dayton Rangers on Sunday ... (more)

Redlegs Lose in Extras

05/22/2010
 

The Redlegs fell to the Kettering Royals by a final score of 4 to 3 in 10 innings on Saturday afternoon. The game turned out to be a pitcher’s duel between Royals starter Kevin Reynolds and lefty Brian Kuhbander for the Redlegs. Despite pitching well, Kuhbander took the loss going 9 innings, striking out 11 and giving up only 2 earned runs.

The Royals got on the board first as the Redlegs defense allowed Brian Duffy to reach base on an error, and then allowed Duffy to get in... (more)

Redlegs Topple Astros

05/10/2010
 

The Redlegs got the Mother's Day victory over the Astros on Sunday, winning by a final tally of 9-5.

Taylor Guntle took the hill for the Redlegs, making his first starting appearance in his brief MVABL career. "T-Gun" silenced the Astros bats for most of the day, allowing 4 hits, 2 earned runs, and piling up 9 strikeouts in a complete game effort.

The Redlegs continued their trend of scoring early by putting 4 runs on the board in the first inning, a... (more)

Game Cancelled - Next Game

05/02/2010
 

The Redlegs game for today against the Dragons has been cancelled due to poor field conditions. The game will be re-scheduled to a date later this season.

Next Saturday the team will travel east to Columbus to take on the North Columbus Bears. The game will be played at Beechcroft Highschool on the north side of Columbus. Game time will be 1:00pm. Players should plan to arrive no later than noon to prepare for the game.

Redlegs Pick Up First POW Player

04/30/2010
 

Miamivalleybaseball.com reports that Redlegs rookie Taylor Guntle picked up Week 3's honor for Player of the Week.

Taylor went 3-for-5 on the day with a home run, 4 runs scored, 2 RBIs, 2 walks, and a stolen base. He also picked up the win in relief against the defending champion Rangers.

Next Game

04/29/2010
 

The Redlegs will take on the Miami Valley Dragons this Sunday at Preble Shawnee High School. The game is set to begin at 1:00pm, players should arrive at 11:00am for batting practice.

Redlegs Fall to Indians

04/26/2010
 

As the rain continued to fall at Athletes in Action, the Redlegs headed back onto the field to take on the Springfield Indians in game 2 of a split double header.

Things seemed to be going in the right direction early, as the Redlegs were able to score 12 times in the first 3 innings. Jacob Robinson led off the game with a triple to right, and scored on a groundball from Kevin Schaeffer. Schaeffer scored on a double by Brandon Howard, who later scored on a bases loaded... (more)

Redlegs Best Rangers - Win 7-6

04/26/2010
 

The Redlegs and Rangers squared off at Athletes in action where the rain fell for most of the day. In the back and forth contest the Redlegs were able to top the defending champs by a score of 7-6.

Kevin Schaeffer made his first start of the season for the Redlegs and pitched well, going 7 innings, giving up 3 earned runs and striking out 6. The Redlegs got on the board first as Taylor Guntle launched the first home run in Redlegs history over the scoreboard in left fi... (more)

Next Game

04/23/2010
 

This Sunday the Redlegs will take on the defending MVABL champs in the Dayton Rangers in game 1 of a split double header at Athletes in Action in Xenia. The Redlegs will get the Rangers at 1:00pm and the Springfield Indians at 4:00pm. Players should arrive at noon to prepare for the game.

Redlegs Outlast Cards' to get First Franchise Win

04/20/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs picked up their first franchise win Sunday night at Action Sports Complex by topping the Miami Valley Cardinals 16-13. In the 3 hour and 50 minute marathon, 30 combined walks were issued on the night.

Brian Kuhbander took the hill and was effective though the first 4 innings, giving up 1 unearned run and striking out 6 Red Bird hitters. Kuhbander ran into some trouble in the 5th as the Cardinals were able to plate 5 runs, 4 earned, in the frame. It ... (more)

Next Game

04/13/2010
 

The Redlegs will take on the Miami Valley Cardinals this Sunday night at 8:00pm at Action Sports Center in Dayton. Each expansion team will be looking for their first franchise win, so it should prove to be an exciting game! Players should arrive at 7:00pm for batting practice and warm ups before the game.

Redlegs Fall Short in Debut

04/12/2010
 

The Redlegs lost their inaugural game against the South Dayton Slammers in a pitcher's duel by a final tally of 4-1. Redleg hitters had no answer for Slammers starter Sean Casey as he struck out 17 hitters en route to a complete game victory.

Brad Clark got the nod as the opening day starter for the Redlegs and didn't disappoint, giving up only 5 hits and striking out 10 in a complete game effort.

The Redlegs got on the board first in the top of the first inni... (more)

Opening Day April 11th

04/08/2010
 

The Redlegs will host the South Dayton Slammers at Preble Shawnee High School this Sunday, April 11th at 1:00pm. Brad Clark will be the opening day starter and throw the first pitch in Redlegs franchise history. Players should be at the field at 11:00am.

New Pictures!

04/07/2010
 

New pictures of the Redlegs scrimmage vs. the Rangers on Thursday, April 1st at Athletes in Action posted on the Pictures page!

Scrimmage Thursday April 1st

03/30/2010
 

We will play the Dayton Rangers in a scrimmage game Thursday night at Athletes in Action in Xenia. The game will begin at 7:30pm so try and be there by 7:00 to get warmed up. Directions to the complex can be found here. Also, to cover the field rental please bring $5.

Practice Sunday the 28th

03/26/2010
 

Our next practice is Sunday the 28th from 1:00 to 2:00 at Extra Innings in Miamisburg. When we are done at extra innings the plan is to head over to either Yankee Park or Preble Shawne depending on Yankee's field availability. This is the final tune up before our scrimmage on Saturday April 3rd, and then opening day on the 11th. Everyone needs to be at this practice!

Next Practice

03/19/2010
 

Our next practice will be Sunday March 21st at 10:00am at Yankee Park. We will practice at Yankee until 12:30 and then head over to Extra Innings for our 1:00 practice there. We have two tunnels, so pitchers come prepared to throw in one cage while we take batting practice in the other.

Redlegs Draft Mattice and Williams

03/15/2010
 

In the 2010 MVABL draft the expansion Redlegs selected Matt Mattice with their first round draft choice, 9th overall. Mattice has experience playing in the middle infield as well as all three outfield positions, fitting right into the Redlegs team philosophy of having versatile players.

With the 10th overall pick, first of the second round, the Redlegs selected pitcher Eric Williams. Williams adds depth to an already proven pitching staff and the Redlegs look for him to... (more)

Practice March 14th

03/12/2010
 

Our next practice will be Sunday March 14th from 1:00 to 2:00pm at Extra Innings in Miamisburg. Do your best to get there early and please bring $5 to cover the cage costs. The MVABL draft will be directly after our practice, so any players who want to stay and check out our potential draftees are more than welcome!

March Madness Fundraiser

03/09/2010
 

Help support the Redlegs by participating in their 2010 March Madness Fundraiser with a chance to win $100! Entries cost $5 per bracket and you can enter up to 3 total brackets. Participants can fill out brackets online, or can fill out a paper copy. All brackets will be viewable online, hosted by cbssports.com, and updated in real time. The participant with the winning bracket will receive $100! To learn more about the fundraiser, or to enter, contact Jacob Robinson (See "Contac... (more)

Practice March 7th

03/02/2010
 

The Redlegs will have their next batting practice session at Extra Innings from 2:30 to 3:30pm on Sunday March 7th. Try to be there 5 to 10 minutes early so we can take advantage of the full hour. Please bring $5 to cover the cage costs. For more information on upcoming practices, check out the MVABL league schedule.

Redlegs Ink Two More

03/01/2010
 

With the draft rapidly approaching, the Redlegs continue to negotiate with key free agents and today the club signed on Taylor Guntle and Nicholas Johnson. Guntle adds another weapon to the Redlegs pitching staff while Johnson will provide much needed depth with experience all around the infield. To keep up with all the latest news on the upcoming MVABL draft, visit the league homepage here!

The Redlegs also made a management mov... (more)

Next Practice

02/20/2010
 

The Redlegs second batting practice session of 2010 will be held Sunday February 28th from 3:00- 4:00pm at Extra Innings in Miamisburg. Try and be there 5 to 10 minutes early so we can take advantage of the full hour and get as many swings in as possible!

Redlegs First Practice at Extra Innings Sun, Feb 7

02/06/2010
 

The Redlegs will have their first batting practice session of the year at Extra Innings in Miamisburg (675 Precision Court, Miamisburg, OH) on Sunday, February 7th from 12pm to 1pm. Please bring $5 to cover the cage rental.

Camden Redlegs Join MVABL

01/25/2010
 

The Camden Redlegs have announced that they will be an expansion team in the MVABL for the 2010 season. Former Dayton Ranger Jake Robinson has agreed to coach the Redlegs and has already signed on former high school and Ranger teammates Brandon Howard and Jared Bradley. The Redlegs have also reached an agreement with former Rangers third baseman Brad Clark. Clark was the 2006 Rangers Rookie of the Year and won a gold glove in 2007.

The Redlegs have also recruited two other Preb... (more)

Camden Redlegs Website Launched

01/24/2010
 

The newly formed Camden Redlegs now have an official website! The site was launched on Sunday, January 24th, 2010. There is still a lot of work to be done on the site and visitors will see a lot of things under construction so stay tuned!