Category Archives: Trenton Thunder

Thunder vs. Richmond Preview: April 13

The Thunder defeated Richmond last night at Arm & Hammer Park by a score of 5-3 in a rain shortened, eight-inning contest. The victory gave Trenton their second win in as many

Thunder vs. Richmond Preview: April 11

The Thunder began their 20th season of existence with a six-game road trip against Eastern League foes, Portland and New Hampshire. After going 3-3 on their trek, they return home to Arm

Heathcott Arrives in Trenton Driven By Faith and Maturity

The New York Yankees outfield as presently constructed is one that is built on aging superstars who are being paid for what they did in the prime of their careers with other

Thunder Ready For Season With A New Look Rotation

Much of the success that propelled the 2012 Trenton Thunder into the Eastern League Championship hinged on a mash unit offense that led the league in home runs with 162 coupled with

Yankees Prospect Profile: Melky Mesa

New York Yankees’ outfield prospect Melky Mesa is turning heads this Spring Training. In six Spring Training exhibitions, Mesa is hitting .222 with four hits, two home runs and four RBIs. Mesa

Yankees Player Development Becoming Essential For Future Success

The New York Yankees have notoriously been known to be the biggest spenders in baseballs free agent market for a majority of General Manager Brian Cushman’s tenure with the club. Suddenly faced

An Update on Yankees Prospects Currently Playing in Arizona Fall League

Every October, major league teams send many of their top prospects to the Arizona Fall League to further develop their approach and hope that they can harness their talent to match their

Future Yankees Star? Tyler Austin is MiLB Breakout Prospect of the Year

Trenton Thunder outfielder Tyler Austin was named as the fans choice for the MiLB Breakout Prospect of the Year yesterday (Wednesday). Austin, who is arguably the most talented position prospect in the

Scouting the Enemy: Beat Writer Q&A Previewing Thunder/Aeros Championship Series

  After defeating the Reading Phillies 5-4 yesterday, the Trenton Thunder punched their ticket to the Eastern League Championship for the fourth time in six years where they will take on the Western Division

Adams Heroics Put Trenton On ELCS Doorstep

The Trenton Thunder returned home Friday night to Waterfront Park fresh off of a dramatic, 4-1 come from behind victory on Thursday night to even their highly competitive ELDS match up with

Trenton Thunder Face Large Obstacle In First Round Against Reading. An In-Depth Series Preview.

Trenton Thunder Manager Tony Franklin earned the 2012 Eastern League Manager of the Year award last week for leading a club that has surpassed expectations and overcome adversity and injuries on a

Yankees and Trenton Thunder Extend Player Development Contract Through 2022.

The Trenton Thunder and the New York Yankees announced Thursday afternoon that the two sides had reached an eight year extension agreement of their current PDC (Player Development Contract) which was not