Team captain Andrew Cherniwchan celebrated his own bobblehead night with a memorable performance as the South Carolina Stingrays continued a strong start with a 4-3 win over Jacksonville on Nov. 7 at the North Charleston Coliseum.
Gene Sapakoff column: Atlanta Braves buzz is in overdrive, with a nod to late icon Hank Aaron from Truist Park in Atlanta to Houston, where the World Series begins Tuesday night.
The Stingrays won their season opener at the North Charleston Coliseum only a few months after coming up short in the Kelly Cup finals.
MOUNT PLEASANT — The Charleston Battery kept its playoff hopes alive with a 4-3 victory over Hartford Athletic before a record crowd of 3,700 spectators on Oct. 10 at Patriots Point.
The last time Charleston won a minor league baseball championship? The 1922 Charleston Pals. The only other time? The 1908 Charleston Sea Gulls.
Charleston's wait for a first minor league baseball championship since 1922 will have to wait until Game 5 of the Low-A East Championship Series, hopefully for the RiverDogs. The the road team has won all of the first four games of the matchup.
The Down East Wood Ducks won Game 3 of the best-of-five Low-A East Championship Series to trim the Charleston RiverDogs' lead to 2-1 and force a Game 4
The Charleston RiverDogs for the first time all season extended its starting pitchers and grabbed a 2-0 lead in the Low-A East best-of-five championship series.
The Charleston RiverDogs took Game 1 of the Low-A East Championship Series with a 4-2 victory over the Down East Wood Ducks at Grainger Stadium on Sept. 21.
The Charleston RiverDogs have a shot at the minor league baseball championship thanks to Tampa Bay Rays prospects.
Gene Sapakoff column: An unprecedented first-place winning percentage coincides with the Low-A East's second-best attendance for a RiverDogs’ bounce-back season after no 2020 season because of COVID-19
Gene Sapakoff column: A longtime Charleston RiverDogs front office executive is all about encouraging regular mammograms coming out of her cancer battle including two surgeries, 12 weeks of chemotherapy and 21 days of radiation.
Bo Parks was an incredible 56-6 as a high school pitcher. Gus Holt worked tirelessly to build and promote baseball in Charleston's Black communities. Chip Cannon was a Citadel slugger for the ages.
In its second season at Patriots Point, the Charleston Battery has finally reached an important milestone: Full capacity at the soccer club's stadium.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson football and baseball signee Bubba Chandler appears lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates and a Major League Baseball draft bonus. Unless Clemson Nation can make use of new Name, Image and Likeness options for a sales pitch.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Charleston RiverDogs' pitching staff owns the best earned run average in minor league baseball, the latest plum in the Rays' top-rated minor league system
Bishop England High School graduate Joel Bunting scored his first professional goal to lift the Charleston Battery to a 2-1 win over Miami FC.
There was no overtime, but it was still a thriller for the South Carolina Stingrays on Wednesday night in the ECHL playoffs.
An overflow crowd of about 500 season ticket-holders packed the Carolina Ice Palace to see the South Carolina Stingrays' opening game of the ECHL Kelly Cup playoffs on Monday night.
Stingrays hockey won its last six matches to earn a playoff bid, but won't be able to play at the North Charleston Coliseum.
Gene Sapakoff column: Clemson’s national title wins in Miami, Tampa and San Jose, sure. And South Carolina’s baseball titles in Omaha, and women’s basketball in Dallas. But try finding something more impactful on S.C. soil than Phil Mickelson’s historic Ocean Course triumph.
Gene Sapakoff column: Andrew Cherniwchan isn't just a Stingrays staple, he's also a golfer good enough to compete in the S.C. Golf Association Amateur Championship.
MOUNT PLEASANT — A crowd of more than 1,600 spectators flocked to Patriots Point Stadium to welcome back the Charleston Battery soccer club on Friday night.
Gene Sapakoff column: Juggling Nick Saban and Dabo Swinney, Kirby Smart and Dan Mullen and the right spot for Shane Beamer and other new coaches in the SEC and ACC.
Zeiko Lewis scored in the 72nd minute as the Charleston Battery soccer club rallied for a 1-1 draw on the road against the New York Red Bulls II in the Battery's season opener in Montclair, N.J., on May 7.
With the start of the United Soccer League schedule pushed back almost two months due to COVID-19, it's been a long preseason and even longer offseason for the Charleston Battery.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Charleston RiverDogs, after taking a year off along with the rest of minor league baseball, were back May 4 before a Riley Park crowd having a blast
From a new Major League affiliate and Riley Park's cashless policy to experimental playing rules and a Myrtle Beach rivalry, a lot has changed since minor league baseball last appeared in Charleston in 2019. But Bill Murray might still show up.
Major League Baseball is making each minor league try out new ideas for MLB consideration. Which is why Charleston RiverDogs manager Blake Butera spent extra time working on pickoff plays and baserunning to prepare for the May 4 season opener.
Gene Sapakoff column: Blake Butera, a former Boston College infielder already in his third season as a minor league manager at 28, is on a Tampa Bay Rays fast track.
Gene Sapakoff: The Charleston RiverDogs, after sitting out the 2020 season for minor league baseball-mandated COVID-19 reasons, are determined to help Charleston "return to normal" via fun at Riley Park.
Gene Sapakoff column: The Atlanta Braves are bullish going into Opening Day on April 1 with a team coming off a National League Championship Series season.