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Thursday: Zephyrs-Chihuahuas postponed rain

Thursday’s game postponed The New Orleans Zephyrs’ Pacific Coast League game Thursday against the El Paso Chihuahuas was postponed due to rain. The game, scheduled for 7 p.m., was called at 5:40 after rain pelted the area for two hours, with more forecast for the evening and night. The game will be made up as part of a double-header… Continue reading →

Tuesday, May 19: Nashville 2, Zephyrs 1

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Matt Carson led off the bottom of ninth inning with a double, and with one out, Issac Galloway misplayed a ball in centerfield, which allowed Kent Matthes to drive in the game-winning run in Nashville’s 2-1 win over the New Orleans Zephyrs in Pacific Coast League baseball action Tuesday. New Orleans… Continue reading →

Monday: Zephyrs 4, Sounds 1

Nashville, Tenn. — Jose Urena went seven innings, allowing one run on six hits, and improved to 4-0 as the New Orleans Zephyrs defeated the Nashville Sounds 4-1 on Monday. The Zephyrs improved to 5-0 in games that Urena has started. Urena has a 1.21 ERA which is the best in the PCL. Vinny Rottino led… Continue reading →

Sunday: Sounds 6, Zephyrs 2

Nashville, Tenn — Matt Carson hit a home run and drove home three as the Nashville Sounds defeated the New Orleans Zephyrs 6-2 on Sunday. The Sounds evened the series at one-game each after the two teams battled for 18 innings Saturday night in a 7-5 Z’s win.… Continue reading →

Late Saturday: Zephyrs 7, Nashville 5

Nashville , Tenn. — Miguel Rojas smoked a triple into right center field to score a pair of runs, and the New Orleans Zephyrs defeated the Nashville Sounds 7-5 in 18 innings Saturday. The game was the longest of the season and longest in a decade for the Zephyrs. The time of… Continue reading →

Friday: Dodgers 8, Zephyrs 3

Oklahoma City got 11 hits off five Zephyrs pitchers, including a pair of home runs by Kyle Jensen, to win 8-3 on Friday night at Zephyr Field. The Dodgers sent nine men to the plate and scored four unearned runs in the third as the Zephyrs committed two errors in one inning for the second night in… Continue reading →

Thursday: Dodgers 6, Zephyrs 4

Darnell Sweeney had two hits, scored three runs and drove in another run to pace the Oklahoma City Dodgers to a 6-4 win over the New Orleans Zephyrs on Thursday night. The Zephyrs had their five-game winning streak at home ended, and failed to move a season-high four games above the .500 mark.… Continue reading →

Wednesday: Zephyrs 10, Dodgers 4

The Oklahoma City Dodgers on Tuesday afternoon fell apart on the mound and in the field, and the Zephyrs took advantage, cruising to a 10-4 win at Zephyr Field. Trailing by one run, New Orleans scored four in the seventh and three in the eighth, thanks to a multitude of Oklahoma City errors.… Continue reading →

Zephyrs on Tuesday: Zephyrs 5, Oklahoma City Dodgers 0

Justin Nicolino had arguably his worst performance of this season the last time he saw the Oklahoma City Dodgers, and he wasn’t going to let it happen again. The New Orleans Zephyrs pitcher got smacked in his start against the Dodgers last week, allowing five runs and 12 hits in six innings. But… Continue reading →

Monday: Redbirds 2, Zephyrs 1 (10 innings)

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Ed Easley’s pinch-hit single in the bottom of the 10th inning lifted the Memphis Redbirds to a 2-1 win over the New Orleans Zephyrs on Monday. A throwing error by Zephyrs third baseman Scott Sizemore put the winning run on base. With one out, reliever Pat Urckfitz (0-2) uncorked a wild pitch to move… Continue reading →

Sunday: Zephyrs 7, Redbirds 0

Memphis, Tenn. — Isaac Galloway drilled his first career Triple-A home run and had three RBIs as the Zephyrs won their third consecutive game in Memphis 7-0 on Sunday. The Zephyrs chased St. Louis Cardinals left-hander Jamie Garcia in the third inning. Garcia on a major… Continue reading →

Saturday: Zephyrs 5, RedBirds 2

The New Orleans Zephyrs jumped on Memphis starter Marco Gonzales in the first inning scoring four runs and went on to defeat the Memphis Redbirds 5-2 on Saturday. The Zephyrs won for the second consecutive time and improved to 14-13. The Z’s have won four of their last six games… Continue reading →

Friday: Zephyrs 13, Memphis 1

Memphis, Tenn . — The New Orleans Zephyrs pounded a season-high 13 runs and defeated the Memphis Redbirds 13-1 on Friday night at AutoZone Park. Brandon Bantz and Derek Dietrich led the Zephyrs’ offensive attack by driving home four runs. The Z’s matched a season high with 19 hits.… Continue reading →

Thursday: Dodgers 7, Zephyrs 6

Oklahoma City, Okla. — The Oklahoma City Dodgers scored a pair of unearned runs in the ninth inning and rallied to defeat the New Orleans Zephyrs 7-6 on Thursday. The Z’s defense has been impeccable with two errors spanning their last fourteen games and led the league in fielding, but a throwing… Continue reading →

Wednesday: Zephyrs 4, Dodgers 3

OKLAHOMA CITY — Miguel Rojas provided the winning margin with an RBI double in the top of the ninth inning to bring in Isaac Galloway and speared a potential game-winning single with a diving catch with two runners in scoring position in the bottom half of the frame to boost the New Orleans Zephyrs to… Continue reading →

Monday: Dodgers 5, Zephyrs 2

Oklahoma City’s four-run first inning left the Zephyrs at a loss as they opened an eight-game road trip. Corey Seager’s two-run single was the big blow in the first, which included four straight batters hit by Zephyrs starter Pat Misch (1-2). He allowed five runs and five hits in six innings.… Continue reading →

Sunday: Zephyrs 4, Memphis 3

In New Orleans’ first two victories against Memphis in the series at Zephyr Field, it scored late to pull away. On Sunday, the Zephyrs (11-11) took a 3-0 lead by the third inning, then fought off the Redbirds (8-15) in winning the series between two American South Division teams, three games to one. The Z’s… Continue reading →

Saturday: Zephyrs 5, Redbirds 2

New Orleans broke loose for four runs on seven hits in the seventh inning to break a 1-1 tie Saturday at Zephyr Field. In taking a 2-1 series lead, the Zephyrs (10-11) snapped a tie for the second consecutive game with a late-inning flurry. Starter Jose Urena held Memphis (8-14) to one run on… Continue reading →

Friday: Zephyrs 4, Memphis 0

Left fielder Jordany Valdespin singled in two runs in the seventh inning, and New Orleans sealed the 4-0 victory with two runs in the eighth Friday night at Zephyr Field. The Zephyrs (9-11) had lost their previous two games. Valdespin greeted reliever Nick Greenwood with a hard grounder up the middle, scoring Scott Sizemore from… Continue reading →

Thursday: Redbirds 4, Zephyrs 3

Third baseman Scott Moore hit two home runs, the second a one-out two-run blast in the sixth inning, and Memphis won the American South Division series opener on Thursday at Zephyr Field. The loss was the second consecutive for New Orleans (8-11). Memphis is 8-12. Redbirds right fielder… Continue reading →

Tuesday: Sounds 2, Zephyrs 1

The Zephyrs lost 2-1 to the Nashville Sounds on Tuesday afternoon at Zephyr Field after failing to take advantage of scoring opportunities in both the seventh and ninth innings. First, with one out and the tying run on third, reliever Fernando Rodriguez struck out Austin Wates and forced Brandon Bantz to fly out to the right-field warning… Continue reading →

Sunday: Zephyrs 4, Sounds 3

The New Orleans Zephyrs took a 4-0 lead by the fourth inning and held off Nashville in their American South Division game Sunday at Zephyr Field. The victory, the fourth in five games, gave the Zephyrs (8-9) a 2-0 lead in the series. “We’ve gotten better in situational hitting,” manager… Continue reading →

Saturday: Zephyrs 5, Sounds 0

The Zephyrs needed only four hits to score five runs thanks to some long outs and a couple of miscues by the visitors. New Orleans got two runs in the fifth inning when Isaac Galloway singled to left field. Jordany Valdespin hit into a fielder’s choice, but the throw by Sounds second baseman Joey Wendle was low and… Continue reading →

Iowa edges Zephyrs 2-1

DES MOINES, Iowa — The Iowa Cubs scratched out a couple of runs and held on to defeat the New Orleans Zephyrs 2-1 on Friday night in Iowa. The Z’s scored first with an infield hit from Brady Shoemaker, scoring Jordany Valdespin in the first inning. Iowa answered in the third with a two-out… Continue reading →

Zephyrs defeat Iowa Cubs

DES MOINES, IOWA — Austin Wates had three hits and three RBIs as the New Orleans Zephyrs defeated the Iowa Cubs 9-2 to win their second consecutive game on Thursday. The Zephyrs (6-8) used a six-run first inning to jump out in front of Iowa and cruised to the win.… Continue reading →

Zephyrs 4, Storm Chasers 3

PAPILLION, Neb. — Justin Nicolino allowed three hits and an unearned run in six innings as the New Orleans Zephyrs posted a 4-3 victory over the Omaha Storm Chasers on Monday night. The win let New Orleans (4-7) split the four-game series. The Zephyrs start a four-game set at Iowa on… Continue reading →

Notebook: Storm Chasers outscore Zephyrs

Iowa broke lose for seven runs in the sixth inning in winning the first game of a double-header Thursday at Zephyr Field. The victory gave Iowa (4-3) the series, 2-1. The second game was canceled due to rain and rescheduled for 5 p.m. July 6 as part of a doubleheader. The… Continue reading →

Wednesday: Zephyrs 3, Cubs 2, 10 innings

The Zephyrs notched their first extra innings win of the season, scoring one run in the 10th inning to even the series against the Cubs. The win stops a three-game skid for New Orleans (2-4). Newcomer Nick Whittgren, who was sent to New Orleans on Tuesday, got the win after pitching just one inning —… Continue reading →