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Info Related Graphics Right now, those questions cannot be answered. But the Blaze is assured of playing in Bakersfield at least next season and likely longer for the simple fact that there's no California city with a suitable stadium in place where
The Bakersfield Blaze announced Monday that its plan for a new, $20 million baseball stadium now appears "very unlikely." In a brief announcement, the team attributed the lack of progress to a fundraising shortfall, saying: "Although we obtained
Andrew Barbosa pitched five scoreless innings before getting ejected, and Anthony Meo, Seth Simmons, Kaleb Fleck and R.J. Hivey combined to complete a four-hit shutout in the Visalia Rawhide's 4-0 victory over the host Bakersfield Blaze on Wednesday
Five Visalia pitchers combined to limit Bakersfield to a run on five hits. Starter Keith Hessler (1-1) gave up the run and all five hits in his six innings, while striking out six. Willy Paredes, Patrick Schuster and Blake Cooper all worked two-
Calif. (AP) For most of its existence, Bakersfield has inhabited that awkward in-between place. Not as sophisticated as Los Angeles, just over the Tehachapi Mountains to the south, not as wealthy as its longtime economic rival Fresno, equidistant to
After being held scoreless through seven innings, the Giants erupted for three runs in the eighth, helped by a two-run error, in their 7-1 win over Bakersfield on Thursday. Two runs came in as Jarrett Parker's drive to left was misplayed and allowed
Billy Hamilton picked up right where he left off -- and so did the Bakersfield Blaze. Hamilton, professional baseball's stolen bases leader, swiped two more bags Thursday night and the Bakersfield Blaze defeated the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 12-2 in
But that's exactly the way Maurice "Maury" Wills did things 50 years ago, when the switch-hitting Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop pilfered his way through the 1962 season, stealing a then-major league record 104 bases that beat Ty Cobb's 47-year-old
After more than two decades, the Bakersfield Blaze finally did it. The Blaze clinched its first California League North Division first-half championship since 1991 with a 4-2 victory over the Lake Elsinore Storm on Thursday night at Sam Lynn Ballpark.
Dustin Garneau hit the game-winning single as the Modesto Nuts defeated the Bakersfield Blaze 2-1 in the 10th inning on Saturday night at John Thurmand Field. Kyle Parker singled to open the 10th inning and moved to second base on a Jared Clark walk.