YAKIMA, Wash. — Throughout an up-and-down season, the Pippins have almost always been able to rely on one constant.
Quiet most of the night, the Yakima Valley Pippins finally made some noise in the ninth — too much, in fact.
YAKIMA, Wash. — It took nearly four hours and a ton of patience to do it, but the Pippins outlasted the Northwest Honkers for an 11-10 nonleague victory in 10 innings Thursday night.
One big crooked number made the difference for the Pippins on Wednesday.
YAKIMA, Wash. — With a productive offense and a strong relief effort by A.J. Wood, the Yakima Valley Pippins earned an 11-9 nonleague victory over a Cascade Collegiate League Showcase team on Tuesday at Yakima County Stadium.
PORTLAND — For the second straight game, the long ball hurt the Yakima Valley Pippins.
PORTLAND — On the brink of their second shutout in a row with a stellar start by Joe Magrisi, the Yakima Valley Pippins got bit by the long ball Saturday night.
PORTLAND — After riding a big offensive display to close out the first half of their West Coast League season with a victory, the Yakima Valley Pippins leaned on their pitching to open the second half on a winning note.
Where was this wrecking crew during the losing streak that swallowed all of last week and then some?
YAKIMA, Wash. — Those flags in right field at Yakima County Stadium on Tuesday night might not have been snapping straight out just because of the wind.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Yakima Valley Pippins’ offensive struggles continued on Sunday against the Corvallis Knights as Goss Stadium.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — There are slumps and then there are slumps.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Yakima Valley found some warmer weather but the Pippins’ bats remained positively cold.
PORT ANGELES — Yakima Valley’s lone trip to Port Angeles this season is definitely one the Pippins would just as soon forget about as quickly as possible.
PORT ANGELES — What a difference a day makes.
At least the Pippins found another reliever they can rely on as they concluded a seven-game homestand.
A terrific start to the season for Yakima Valley’s pitching staff now feels like a distant memory.
A rare Friday off seemed as though it came at just the right time for the Pippins.
Sometimes it just takes one spark to revive a struggling offense.
An unhittable starting pitcher and several free baserunners gave the Pippins more than enough opportunities to jump ahead of Kelowna Tuesday night.