A big second inning fueled the Souris Valley Sabre Dogs to an 8-3 win over the Hastings Sodbusters Wednesday at Duncan Field.
You know what they say: Go to the ballpark enough and you’ll see something you’ve never witnessed before.
Sodbusters head coach Ryan McClaran was unimpressed with the team's effort in game one of Monday's doubleheader.
The Sodbusters bullpen imploded and a late rally fell short Saturday night at Duncan Field as the Fremont Moo earned the franchise's first-ever victory.
In the Sodbusters’ inaugural season last year, the home crowd got a kick out of getting to watch Hastings natives Brooks Asher and Vinny Schmidt play on the same field they competed on throughout high school.
I remember Sodbusters opening day a year ago as one of the more enjoyable days of my 23 years on this earth. (I’m young and better days are ahead, I know.)
When Bryan Frew took on the responsibility of owning and operating a summer collegiate baseball franchise, he was the youngest general manager and owner in the Expedition League.
For six innings the Hastings Sodbusters pitching duo of Trey Kissack and Vinny Schmidt shut down the Casper Horseheads. If either gave up a walk, the Hastings defense was there to turn a double play. If the defense made an error, the pitchers were able to work around it.
PIERRE, S.D. — While Friday night was Anthony Dominguez’s breakout offensive performance for Hastings, Saturday was Jackson Back’s night on the mound for the Pierre Trappers in a 4-0 defeat of the Sodbusters in game two of a three-game series.
Adams County Fairfest ended on Sunday, but the Hub City Hotshots wanted to join in on the fun a few days late. The Hotshots turned the base paths at Duncan Field into a carousel, scoring 16 runs on 17 hits and beating the Sodbusters in game one of a three-game set.
There are just three weeks left in the inaugural Expedition League season, and the Hastings Sodbusters (24-28) remain in playoff contention. Despite Sunday’s game against Pierre being an interdivisional matchup, a win never hurts any team, especially when it’s the fourth-straight. Hastings d…
Sometimes in life you get thrown a curveball that buckles your knees and catches you so off guard that your adrenaline flies off the charts.
SPEARFISH, S.D. — Hastings entered Saturday night's ballgame just one game back of Spearfish for second place in the Clark Division. After a brief rain delay suspended the game after the first inning, the Sodbusters kept the storm coming with timely hits as they fought their way to an 8-7 vi…
GERING — Western Nebraska is and has been the Sodbusters kryptonite. After Friday night's 12-8 defeat, Hastings has lost 10 of the 13 games it has played against the Pioneers.
Home runs were few and far between in the early going of Monday’s inaugural Expedition League Home Run Derby, but they came in bunches in the finals.
Grab your Santa hat and your ball glove, as the Hastings Sodbusters and the Tribune are celebrating Christmas in July.
The first-ever Expedition League All-Star Game at Duncan Field had it all. The league’s best pitchers were sharp, the most talented hitters from both divisions came through in the clutch several times, both defenses made the game a real-life highlight reel, and all eight teams’ mascots sprin…
The all-star break is officially in session. Sunday was supposed to be a built-in off-day and travel day in the Expedition League, but thanks to Mother Nature, the series finale between the Spearfish Sasquatch and the Hastings Sodbusters couldn’t be played Saturday.