Greatest Games

2012

(4/1/12) - The first game in franchise history will always be one of the most impressive games by numerous players. John LeDrew went 2 for 3 with a grand slam, a two-run rbi-single, scored three times and got hit by a pitch.

Ken Reichelt went 4 for 5 with a solo home run, a 2-run home run, and scored three times. From the mound he pitched one inning and struck out two. Game 1-1

(5/13/12) - Ken Reichelt went 2 for 3 with a double and a triple. He scored twice, had three rbis and had one walk. From the mound he pitched six innings-striking out 13. He had two earned runs, walked two, gave up six hits while receiving the win. Game 1-5

(6/17/12) - Mike Ladefoged went 1 for 3 with a home run. He also had four rbis, walked twice, and scored three times.

In the same game, Kellen Sorauf went 2 for 2 with a triple. He also had two rbis, two walks, one hit by pitch, and scored three times. Game 1-9

(8/26/12) - John LeDrew went 3 for 5 with a home run and seven rbis. Game 1-18

2013

(6/2/13) - Mark Link went 4 for 6 with two doubles. He had two rbis while scoring once. From the mound he pitched a complete game, giving up three earned runs on ten hits. He struck out seven while walking one and received the win. Game 2-8

(8/4/13) - Ken Reichelt went 3 for 6 with a single, triple, and homerun. He had four rbis with two stolen bases and scored three times. In relief, he had three innings of scoreless innings, giving up one hit with one strikeout while receiving the win. Game 2-16

2014

(6/1/14) - Jon Bielecki went 4 for 4 with a triple. He had four rbis, one walk, and scored three times. Game 3-4

(6/29/14) - Jon Bielecki went 5 for 5 from the plate. He had two doubles, two rbis, walked once, while scoring twice.

In the same game, Ken Reichelt went 4 for 6 with five rbis, one double, and scored five times. Game 3-8

2015

(6/28/15) - Joe Cordo went 3 for 4 from the plate. He had a home run, triple, and a single with four rbis. He scored twice.

In the same game, Graham Baughn went 3 for 4 with two doubles and a single. He pitched 3 scoreless innings while receiving the win. He finished with four strikeouts and two hits. His only blemish was a caught stealing at home. Game 4-7

(7/30/15) - In the 2015 All-Star Game, Joe Cordo had one of the best games ever. He started the game off with two home runs. His third at bat was a warning track double. His last at bat was a base hit by the shortstop. He finished the game going 4 for 4 with five rbis, scored three times and had one error. ASG-2015

(8/9/15) - Joe Cordo went 4 for 4 from the plate. He had a home run, two doubles, and a single with five rbis. He scored twice and got hit by a pitch. Game 4-14

(8/23/15) - The Cutthroats had three superb games from the plate. Graham Baughn went 3 for 4 with two doubles, scored four times, had two rbis, and was walked twice. Andy Daub went 3 for 4 with a double and two triples. He had two rbis, walked twice, scored five times, and had one stolen base. Joe Cordo went 3 for 5 with a double, triple, and homerun. He scored three times, had seven rbis, and walked once. Game 4-17

(8/30/15) - John Hawley went 3 for 4 from the plate. He hit a solo home run-his only rbi, scored twice, and walked twice. Game 4-QF

(9/13/15) - Joe Cordo went 4 for 4 from the plate with a double and a homerun. He scored three times, walked twice, and amassed 10 rbis. Game 4-SF

2016

(7/10/16) - John Hawley went 4 for 5 from the plate with two doubles and two triples. His ten total bases tied the franchise record. He also scored three times and accumulated five rbis. Game 5-10

(7/30/16) - Joe Cordo went 3 for 5 with a homerun and two singles. He scored twice, had 6 rbis, and walked once. Game 5-13

(8/14/16) - Joe Cordo went 3 for 4 with a single, double, and homerun. He scored three times, had four rbis, and walked once. Game 5-17

2017

(6/4/17) - John Hawley broke the Cutthroat record for most total bases in a game as well as most triples in a game. His three triples was accommodated with one double. He also scored three runs and added three rbis. Game 6-6.

(7/23/17) - Jimmy Herold was a triple away from the cycle. He also drew one walk, scored twice, and had one stolen base to go with his 4 rbis. Game 6-12.

2018

(4/15/18) - Kyle Newman went 4 for 4 with two singles, a double, and a triple-accompanied with two walks. He ended with two rbis and also scored five runs. In the same game, Ken Reichelt went 2 for 5 with a home run and a double. He also got walked once and took a hit by pitch. He scored three times and had three rbis and struck out once. Game 7-2

(6/17/18) - Zach Scott went 3 for 4 with an rbi triple, and had one strikeout. From the mound he pitched a 9-inning complete game. He gave up three runs, only two earned on 10 hits, one walk, and accumulated 11 strikeouts. Game 7-9

(8/5/18) - John Hawley went 2 for 2 from the plate with one double. He scored three runs and had four rbis. He also tied the single game walks record with four. He broke the single game stolen base record with five. Game 7-15

Greatest Pitching Games

(7/29/12) - Mark Link pitched a one run complete game. He gave up four hits and five walks while striking out seven. Game 1-13

(5/5/13) - Mark Link pitched a complete game giving up three runs (one earned) on ten hits. He walked five while striking out eleven. Game 2-5

(7/14/13) - Mark Link pitched a complete game shutout. He gave up four hits, two walks, and struck out seven. Game 2-13

(4/27/14) - Mark Link pitched eight innings giving up three runs (one earned from a solo shot) on seven hits. He walked two while striking out twelve. Game 3-1

(6/1/14) - Matt Esquibel pitched a 7-inning complete game giving up four runs (one earned) on seven hits. He gave up one walk on seven strikeouts. Game 3-4

(6/22/14) - Phil Powers pitched a complete game four hitter. He gave up one earned run, striking out eight and walking three. Game 3-7

(6/29/14) - Matt Esquibel pitched a 7-inning complete game. He gave up a solo homerun and one additional hit. He struck out fourteen while walking one. Game 3-8

(5/31/15) - Ken Reichelt pitched a 7-inning complete game. He gave up three runs (none earned) on three hits. He struck out eleven while walking one. Game 4-4

(6/7/15) - Mark Link retired nine batters in a row until he gave up his first hit in the top of the 5th inning. He would finish the 9 inning performance with 3 runs, 1 earned, six hits, two walks, a hbp, and eleven strikeouts. Game 4-5

(7/12/15) - Mark Link pitched a complete game. He gave up three runs, one earned, five hits, three walks, two hit by pitches, and struck out thirteen. Game 4-11

(8/16/15) - Mark Link pitched 8.3 innings in the win. He gave up two earned runs on seven hits. He struck out seven and walked one. Game 4-16

(4/10/16) - Zach Scott pitched 7 innings in the win. He didn't give up any runs on four hits. He walked one and struck out ten.Graham Baughn received the save without giving up any runs. It was the first cooperative shutout. Game 5-2

(5/15/16) - Zach Scott pitched 8 innings in the win. He gave up one earned run on four hits. He finished with nine strikeouts and one walk. Game 5-4

(8/14/16) - Graham Baughn received the win in relief work. He pitched four innings giving up only one unearned run on one hit. He struck out six and only walked one. Game 5-17

(5/21/17) - In this game, Zach Scott broke the Cutthroat record for best pitching performance. He pitched the complete nine innings against the Hops. Only three batters reached base, two via hits, and one by a hit by pitch. He struck out seven. Game 6-5.

(6/11/17) - Zach Scott started the game. He pitched six innings and only game up two hits and one walk. Only one run scored, but it was unearned. He struck out six batters. Game 6-7.

(6/17/18) - Zach Scott pitched a complete game victory. He gave up three runs, two earned, on 10 hits. He struck out 11 batters and only walked one. Game 7-9

(7/8/18 - Zach Scott struck out 16 batters on his way to shattering the strikeout record. He struck out the side in three different innings. He gave up two earned runs on five hits. He beaned one batter in the complete game. Game 7-10

(8/5/18) - Zach Scott received the win in a four inning outing. The third batter he faced reach base on an error. He continued to retire the next 10 consecutive batters. He left the game early with four strikeouts. Game 7-15

(8/19/18) - Zach Scott pitched a complete game in the first round of the playoffs. He gave up six runs but only two of them were earned on nine hits. He walked two, beaned two, and struckout 13. Game 7-QF

Postseason Almanac