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  • IronBirds win third straight to maintain hold on division lead

    If the first-place IronBirds are waiting for the rest of the New York-Penn League's McNamara Division to ease up so the Aberdeen club can cruise to its first ever title, they might be disappointed, as over the last week and a half, nobody has given an...
  • IronBirds clinch first division title in team's history

    IronBirds clinch first division title in team's history
    At long last, the Aberdeen IronBirds are headed to the New York – Penn League playoffs. On Monday night, for the first time in the Aberdeen club's 12 seasons, the IronBirds clinched the New York-Penn League's McNamara Division title by beating...
  • 'Birds fight toward .500, go 3-2 over five-game homestand

    'Birds fight toward .500, go 3-2 over five-game homestand
    The IronBirds are settling into the 2013 season and after starting their campaign with five straight losses, are battling back toward the .500 mark. Following Monday's 1-0, 13-inning victory over Hudson Valley, Aberdeen (6-8) was holding third place...
  • IronBirds start 2013 campaign on a down note

    IronBirds start 2013 campaign on a down note
    The Aberdeen IronBirds have lost on opening night before, but before Monday's 5-0 loss to the Hudson Valley Renegades at Ripken Stadium, they had not been held scoreless in the first game of their season. Aberdeen managed just two hits Monday night, and...
  • IronBirds 1-5 on the week

    IronBirds 1-5 on the week
    Playing in the first game of a five-date road set on Wednesday night, the Aberdeen IronBirds dropped their second straight game, going down 9-1 to the host-team Staten Island Yankees. Through Wednesday's contest, the IronBirds, who snapped a nine-game...
  • Goodman on 'Tracks' with novel built on short stories

    June 30th saw the debut of local resident Eric Goodman's second book and first novel, "Tracks: a Novel in Stories." Many of us know this Rodgers Forge resident's wonderful first book, "Flightless Goose," a children's story. Well, now adults can thrill...
  • Aberdeen tops Vermont 6-4 at home, improves to 6-20 on the year

    Aberdeen tops Vermont 6-4 at home, improves to 6-20 on the year
    Prior to Aberdeen's Wednesday-night home matchup with the Vermont LakeMonsters, the IronBirds had failed to win back-to-back games this season. But that streak ended as the hosts prevailed with a 6-4 win Wednesday. Aberdeen, which beat Tri-City Monday,...
  • Baseball: Orioles grab two Maryland players in MLB June draft

    The 2012 Major League Baseball June draft wrapped up Wednesday and C. Milton Wright graduate Brad Markey was picked up in the 35th round by the New York Mets. The Baltimore Orioles selected two Maryland-based talents - Ryan Ripken, son of IronBirds owner...
  • IronBirds drop second straight, but ex-Terp Beck shines in pro debut

    IronBirds drop second straight, but ex-Terp Beck shines in pro debut
    The Aberdeen IronBirds lost their second straight game at home Thursday but got a fine relief pitching performance from Sander Beck of Severna Park in the 6-3 loss to the Hudson Valley Renegades. Making his professional debut in Thursday's game, Beck...
  • IronBirds drop Brooklyn, 6-1; Oriole pick Boss shines

    IronBirds drop Brooklyn, 6-1; Oriole pick Boss shines
    Aberdeen IronBirds' third baseman Torsten Boss, who was grabbed by the Orioles in the eighth round of this year's June draft and is the highest 2012 pick currently on the Aberdeen roster, helped lead his team to a 6-1 rain delayed victory over the...
  • IronBirds grounded by Brooklyn, 7-1, on Saturday

    IronBirds grounded by Brooklyn, 7-1, on Saturday
    Before Saturday night's game against the Brooklyn Cyclones at Ripken Stadium, Aberdeen IronBirds manager Gary Allenson talked about his team developing as the young season progresses. "I'd like to say it's a long season, but really it's not because we're...
  • Bream's slam not enough, as IronBirds lose, 10-5

    Bream's slam not enough, as IronBirds lose, 10-5
    In his first 207 trips to the plate since joining the pro baseball ranks last season, Aberdeen first baseman Doug Bream had failed to smack a pitch over the outfield wall for a home run. In his 208th at bat, which came in the seventh inning of the...