Ogden’s homer drought was ended in a big way Thursday night in Orem.
After several big swings brought the Ogden Raptors back to tie the game, they couldn’t find just one more in the final two innings.
This summer brought the fifth release in the Jurassic Park movie franchise, and, judging by reviews its mystique is waning.
For several seasons running, the Ogden Raptors start slow before heating up and getting into the playoff hunt. Though the hole isn’t as big as seasons past, the Raptors are in a similar situation this year. It didn’t take long for Ogden’s quest to reach .500 to be dashed...
The Ogden Raptors begin their first big homestand of the young season Saturday, a five-game stretch where they welcome Grand Junction and their soon-to-be-former-geographical rival Orem.
The season is only six games old, but the Ogden Raptors may have found an ace to anchor their starting staff. But a ninth-inning implosion negated an otherwise strong outing from Raptors pitchers and the Orem Owlz claimed a win Wednesday night at Lindquist Field.
For the 25th time, the dirt was dragged, the lines painted, the gates opened and fans were walkin’ the dinosaur in Ogden.
The Raptors found a knack for clutch hitting to get their first win of the year, but the momentum didn’t carry over