The minor league baseball Charleston RiverDogs likely will have a new Major League parent club for the 2021 season as a split with the New York Yankees appears imminent
The South Carolina Stingrays have announced the schedule for the first 10 games of their hockey season, including a Dec. 11 home opener against Greenville at the North Charleston Coliseum.
The South Carolina Stingrays will begin a 72-game season on Dec. 11, but with limited capacity at the North Charleston Coliseum due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gene Budig built an amazing resume before moving to Charleston and joining the RiverDogs' ownership group 14 years ago. He was a college president at Illinois State, West Virginia and Kansas, and was the last president of baseball's American League.
Former South Carolina Stingrays goalie James Reimer, whose Carolina Hurricanes are currently in the NHL playoffs, helped lead the club to the 2009 ECHL Kelly Cup championship.
Former College of Charleston star Leland Archer has become a leader for the Charleston Battery in just his third season with the club.
The Charleston RiverDogs say they haven't had to seek various types of loans or alter their lease with the city despite the cancellation of the baseball season because of COVID-19.
Nick Ciuffo, a former high school baseball star at Wando and Lexington, is in the Texas Rangers' player pool as Major League Baseball season begins.
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After a four-month hiatus, the Charleston Battery returned to the field Sunday night against Birmingham Legion FC. It was the first home match at their new facility at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant.
The Charleston RiverDogs' Riley Park is one example of how baseball teams fit stadiums into metro areas and the creative control teams have when designing baseball fields.
Robbie Crawford played for the Glasgow Rangers Football Club in Scotland, one of the premier teams in Scotland. He paid his own way to tryout with the Charleston Battery and now will be a key midfielder for the Battery as they open their new stadium in Mount Pleasant.
Ryan Blair, who served as an assistant coach during the 2019-20 season, will replace Steve Bergin as the South Carolina Stingrays' next head coach.
Like every other minor league baseball team that lost its season due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Charleston RiverDogs are now tasked with finding ways to maximize the use of their stadium.
After the coronavirus halted the USL Championship season in March, the Charleston Battery will finally open up their new stadium at Patriots Point in Mount Pleasant on July 19 against Birmingham Legion FC.
With the 2020 MiLB season officially canceled due to COVID-19, the Charleston RiverDogs are looking at how to handle the financial burdens.
The South Carolina Stingrays could be playing deep into next summer if the ECHL is forced to postpone the start of the 2020 hockey season.
There will be no Charleston RiverDogs games at Riley Park this summer with the official announcement Tuesday that the minor league baseball season has been canceled because of the coronavirus.
Three MiLB teams in South Carolina, along with a dozen others, have filed a lawsuit against insurance companies over financial losses due to the coronavirus.
A 2020 season for the Charleston RiverDogs and the rest of the minors is looking bleak as MLB and its players continue negotiations for a return to play.
Chris Singleton, the community outreach director for the Charleston RiverDogs, will head up the team's youth baseball camps. They'll also be offering a culinary camp for kids.
Charleston's minor league baseball park, as few other places in the Holy City, has reflected racial strife, pain and progress that is seen in local protests responding to the death of George Floyd. And potential, too.
With so much uncertainty surrounding baseball because of the coronavirus, hundreds of minor league players were cut this week in what could be just the beginning of major reductions within the minor league system.
Former Charleston Southern pitcher Cody Smith of Goose Creek was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 2018 Major League Baseball draft.
Sapakoff: The Charleston RiverDogs are benched by the coronavirus, but their famed concession stand is active with a deep roster of options for lunch and dinner, thanks to "incredibly creative" chef Josh Shea
Two lawmakers in New York are trying to save their area's minor league club by requesting the Yankees eliminate the RiverDogs. But team owners say it won't happen.
National championships? High-profile thrillers? Sure. But ranking the 25 biggest games in South Carolina history also means looking for impact that changes and transcends sports
The Charleston RiverDogs have released a COVID-19 readiness plan to reduce the spread of the virus at Riley Park if there is a baseball season this year.
The Charleston RiverDogs have joined the MiLB CommUNITY First initiative, one that raises dollars for food banks in minor league baseball communities.
The South Carolina Stingrays hockey club donated more than $45,000 to the league’s players relief fund on Monday.
FOX Sports Southeast will re-broadcast the 1995 World Series next week; great timing during a coronavirus that touches everyone, as nothing bonds sports fans in the South like the Atlanta Braves.
Charleston broadcasters Darren Goldwater and Jamie Bradford are up and running with a new digital sports talk show in the middle of the cononavirus shutdown of the sports world. Here's why they think the time is right.
Anthony Volpe, the New York Yankees' 2019 first-round draft pick, was expected to start the season in Charleston before the coronavirus put all sports on hold.
Larry Doby, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Jim Rice, right? But what about Bobo Newsome, Dan Driessen, Brett Gardner and Gorman Thomas? Assembling a team of the best South Carolinians to play in the big leagues isn't as easy as you might think.
Gene Sapakoff: Here's what happened when Vasectomy Night, a 1997 Charleston RiverDogs' game-night promotion idea, didn't happen but still went on to endure in minor league baseball lore
The Charleston RiverDogs and their fans made the most of what would have been the team's Opening Night at Riley Park on Thursday.
The South Carolina Stingrays are conducting an online auction for their game-worn navy jerseys to help with the ECHL Player Relief Fund. Team owner Todd Halloran will contribute double the amount of money raised by the auction.
The Charleston RiverDogs' were scheduled to open the baseball season on Thursday at Riley Park, but all baseball games have been postponed because of the coronavirus.
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday that it will pay all players in the minors $400 per week through May 31 or until the beginning of the season, whichever comes first.
Charleston RiverDogs weigh in on minor league baseball's experimentation with robo umps, an automated system that calls balls and strikes.
The average salary for an ECHL player is about $20,000 a season. With the cancellation of the season, some players lost as much as $5,000 and with little or no hope of getting job now in the summer to make ends meet
South Carolina Stingrays defenseman Kristofers Bindulis of Latvia and junior hockey players Alex Regan and Christian Regan of New Zealand are riding out the coronavirus in Charleston.