Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, UT – Nick Rimando now has every cumulative goal keeping record in MLS with tonight’s addition of all-time saves, and it could not have come at a better time for the struggling club as they defeated New York City FC 2-1 at Rio Tinto Stadium. Continue reading
The Salt Lake Bees broke open a close game with six runs in the ninth inning, as they rolled past New Orleans 9-3 on Wednesday afternoon. The Bees led 3-2 going into the ninth when Nolan Fontana led off with a double to right field. After Sherman Johnson walked, Matt Williams and Tony Sanchez followed with back-to-back RBI singles. Bo Way walked to load the bases before Eric Young, Jr. brought home a run on an infield single. Rey Navarro walked to force in the fourth run of the inning. One out later, a fielder’s choice by Ramon Flores scored Way and Fontana drove in the last run with his second double of the inning.
SANDY, Utah (Friday, May 12, 2017) – Real Salt Lake (2-6-2, 10th West) returns to action Saturday evening in Foxborough, Mass., facing the New England Revolution at Gillette Stadium for a 5:30 p.m. MT kickoff. Saturday’s contest could see the debut of new RSL forward Jefferson Savarino, the 20-year old Venezuelan international signed to a Young DP contract earlier this week.
SALT LAKE CITY (May 11, 2017) – Bo Way matched a career-high with three runs batted in as the Salt Lake Bees won the series opener against the Iowa Cubs, 6-1, Thursday night at Smith’s Ballpark.
Parker Bridwell (1-0) earned the victory in his Bees debut and first career Triple-A start, allowing two hits over five shutout innings and striking out seven. The Bees quickly got Bridwell some run support in the bottom of the first when Carlos Perez launched a two-run homer down the left field line. Way’s squeeze bunt in the second extended Salt Lake’s lead to 3-0, and his two-run single in the fourth gave the Bees a 6-0 cushion.
SALT LAKE CITY (May 9, 2017) Nate Smith fired five and two-thirds shutout innings in his season debut and the Salt Lake Bees defeated the Omaha Storm Chasers, 9-1, Tuesday morning at Smith’s Ballpark in front of 14,366 fans on Prevention Dimension Kids Day.