Randy McRoberts

Writer

Randy McRoberts has been employed in the newspaper business since 1982. He became the Record sports editor in 1989 and Aegis sports editor in 1996. He grew up and still lives in Havre de Grace and covers all high school sports in Harford County and other sports as they relate.

Recent Articles

  • IronBirds explode for 16 hits again, beat Staten Island

    IronBirds explode for 16 hits again, beat Staten Island

    The Aberdeen IronBirds six-game road trip got off to a great start Wednesday in New York. The ‘Birds banged out 16 hits for a second straight night to beat Staten Island, 7-3, and bring Aberdeen (24-18) to within two games of the lead in the New York-Penn League’s McNamara Division. The ‘Birds...

  • IronBirds rack up 16 hits, nine runs in lopsided win over Brooklyn

    IronBirds rack up 16 hits, nine runs in lopsided win over Brooklyn

    It was all Aberdeen in Tuesday night's series finale with Brooklyn at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium. The IronBirds (23-18) pounded Cyclones pitching for 16 hits and nine runs en route to the 9-1 New York Penn League win. The 'Birds are headed for Staten Island to begin a three-game set tonight...

  • IronBirds hurt by unearned runs, lose 4-3 on Monday

    IronBirds hurt by unearned runs, lose 4-3 on Monday

    There were no late inning dramatics for the Aberdeen IronBirds at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium on Monday. In fact, the ‘Birds (22-18) scored their three runs in the first inning and the Brooklyn Cylcones scored four times in the seventh to send the IronBirds to an 4-3 New York Penn League defeat....

  • IronBirds find win column with Sunday walk-off over Brooklyn

    IronBirds find win column with Sunday walk-off over Brooklyn

    It was another walk-off win for the Aberdeen IronBirds on Sunday at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium. The 'Birds (22-17) got an RBI single from Ben Breazeale in the bottom of the ninth to lift them past the Brooklyn Cyclones, 7-6, in an back-and-forth and sometimes ugly New York-Penn League game....

  • IronBirds gain split in Thursday double header at home

    IronBirds gain split in Thursday double header at home

    The Aberdeen IronBirds split Thursday's double header with the Hudson Valley Renegades at Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium. The Renegades (16-20) won the first game, 2-0, while Aberdeen (20-16) bounced back to earn a shutout in game two, winning 3-0. The teams are scheduled to play at 7:05 p.m. tonight...

  • IronBirds leave Brooklyn with 4-3 win to take series

    IronBirds leave Brooklyn with 4-3 win to take series

    The Aberdeen IronBirds were back in the win column Tuesday, edging the Cyclones of Brooklyn, 4-3, in New York-Penn league action played in New York. The entire NYPL has today (Wednesday) off and the 'Birds are back in Aberdeen on Thursday to begin a seven-game homestand against McNamara Division...

  • Aberdeen goes extra innings in 4-3 loss at Brooklyn

    Aberdeen goes extra innings in 4-3 loss at Brooklyn

    The Aberdeen IronBirds played a few extra innings on Monday, but unfortunately the result was a 4-3 New York-Penn League loss at Brooklyn in New York. Aberdeen and Brooklyn play the finale this morning with an 11:30 a.m. first pitch. The ‘Birds are back in Aberdeen on Thursday to begin a six-game...

  • IronBirds pile up 17 hits, 10 runs, to win Sunday

    IronBirds pile up 17 hits, 10 runs, to win Sunday

    The Aberdeen IronBirds got back on track in the win column Sunday and in a big way in Brooklyn, NY. The IronBirds (18-14) racked up 17 hits and 10 runs to beat the Cyclones (11-22), 10-7, in New York-Penn League play. Aberdeen scored in five of the nine innings, highlighted by multiple run inning...

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