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Bisons Snap Skid with Some Much-Needed Pop

July 30, 2016 - On a campout night in front of 12,087 fans, the Buffalo Bisons put to bed their nine-game losing streak with a 3-1 victory over the Syracuse Chiefs at Coca-Cola Field on Friday. In the bottom of the seventh, Andy Burns broke a 1-1 tie with a two-run shot over the 371 sign in left-center field. "I hit a couple of balls hard early in my first two at bats. Then in my third at-bat, I got a good pitch to hit and put a good swing on it," noted Burns postgame. "Luckily it got out." In his s... Full Story

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Bisons Edged by Chiefs in Series Opener

July 28, 2016 - The Buffalo Bisons had a chance to snap their losing skid against an opponent mired in one of their own, but failed to do so as the Syracuse Chiefs escaped with a 5-3 victory at Coca-Cola Field on Thursday. Down 5-0 in the seventh, the Bisons scored twice as Chris Colabello singled to CF and moved up a bag on Jesus Montero's liner off of Jason Martinson's glove at short. Domonic Brown then came through with an RBI double to cut the deficit to four. With two out and the bases loaded, Dalton... Full Story

Bisons Swept Once More by RailRaiders

July 27, 2016 - Brady Lail was impressive in his longest outing of the year for the Riders. The 22-year-old fired seven full frames of shutout ball, using a couple of double plays to face just one over the minimum. Lail struck out two without issuing a walk, improving his record to 4-2. Since returning the Herd on July 5th, Casey Lawrence took his first loss in five starts. Though he was on the hill for five runs, the Pennsylvania-born righty was only charged with two as he struck out a pair of RailRiders ov... Full Story

Bisons Topped Twice by RailRiders

July 26, 2016 - Game One: It took an unusual play in a bonus inning for the RailRiders to earn their sixth walk-off win of the year as they took game one by a score of 3-2. With one out in the home-half of the eighth, Gary Sanchez drove a fly ball off of the base of the wall in left-center field for his second double of the game. The very next offering from Dustin Antolin, who had punched out three of the first four batters he faced, bounced in the dirt and got away from catcher Wilkin Castillo. With S... Full Story

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