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Final 2008 Kitty League Standings

Team W L % GB
Tradewater 34 15 .694 -
Fulton 29 20 .591 5
Owensboro 26 20 .565 6.5
Union City 26 23 .531 8
Marion 20 28 .417 13.5
Farmington 8 37 .178 24

Game 25, June 25


Louie Haseltine is up and ready after stealing 2rd as the Railroaders shut out the Oilers and take a 1st place lead in the League. Railroaders sweep the Oilers in 3 games and take the lead.  The Fulton Railroaders manufactured 1 run each in 5 innings and shutout the Owensboro Oilers in a game that decided Kitty League leader at mid-season. The 5-0 victory is also the 5th straight win for Fulton. Louie Haseltine continued to produce for the Railroaders going 2 for 2 with a solo homerun and scoring twice. Stuart Meinhart also provided a solo homer as Fulton kicked out 10 hits in total. The Oilers managed 4 hits, but good defensive play form Fulton robbed Owensboro of more one hit. The Oilers biggest threat came in the top of the 3rd with bases loaded and 1 out. Kevin O'Hair grounded back to pitcher Zak Buxam for a 1-2-3 doubleplay, the first of 3 doubleplays for the Railroaders in the game. Owensboro's defense held 9 runners from scoring, but the Railroaders continued get hits off of 3 Oiler pitchers. Starter Zak Buxman picked up his 2nd win on the season, and Kyle Switalski take the loss for Owensboro. Game box scores Click Here

Game 24, June 24


Justin Rogers picks up his 3rd win against the League leading Oilers. Railroaders beat Oilers 10-6.  Hunter Dawson went 4 for 4 including a double and triple, and scored 4 times to lead the Railroader offense to their second straight victory over the Oilers. The win moves Fulton past 2nd place Tradewater who lost to Marion, and into a first place tie with Owensboro. Railroader Louie Haseltine continued his second night of hitting going 3 of 5 and 3 RBI's. Fulton scored 1 in the first inning and maintained the lead throughout the game. The Oilers hung tough and continue to score but were unable to overcome or stop the Railroaders scoring. Oiler Anthony Gliffe hit a homerun with no one on, and Owensboro was unable to cash in with timely hits with men on base. Both teams left 7 men stranded on base, There were 2 errors by Fulton and they produced 11 hits, Owensboro came up with 7 hits and committed 3 errors. Fulton's Justin Rogers picks up the win and Derek Devers the loss for Owensboro. Game box scores Click Here

Game 23, June 23


Railroaders pound Oilers 13-3, The night had the League leading Oilers sending 6 pitchers to the mound to produce 10 strikeouts, they also gave up 13 hits and walked another 16 batters. The Railroader offensive highlights included:  Cory Hodskins going 2 for 4 with 5 RBIís including a double and sacrifice fly, Louie Haseltine hitting 3 of 5 (all 3 doubles) and crossed the plate 4 times, Lee Kimbell 4 of 5 having also reached on an error and walked, and a solo home by Hunter Dawson. The Owensboro defense did force Fulton to strand 15 men total on base, but could not match the pounding pace of the Railroader offense. The Oilersí only runs came in the 4th; trailing by 7 with 2 outs and 2 men on, Haskel Fink doubled for 1 RBI then Justin Ritchhart tripled for 2 RBIís.  


Strong Railroader defense backed up solid pitching for 6 innings from Jacob Donze who picks up his 3rd win on the season.  Nathan Marlowe and Kevin Kirksey finished the game completely shutting out the Oilers. Taking the loss for Owensboro was starter Pat Crider, going 2 innings allowing only 3 hits, but walked 6 and had 7 runs scored.  

Game 22, June 21


Railroaders 6, Greyhounds 1, The Railroaders took 2 out of 3 from the Hounds at Elam Stadium.  Fulton was led by Louie Haseltine and Lee Kimbell. Haseltine had 3 RBI's and Kimbell was 2 for 3.  Kyle Barnett got the win going 5 and two-thirds giving up one run on 4 hits.  Jimmy Ryan pitched solid the rest of the way for the Railroaders.  Justin Miller was 2 for 3 with two doubles for the Hounds, and Cam Strang had an RBI.  Ace Williams, who left in the top of the 2nd as a precaution, got the loss. Game box scores Click Here

Game 21, June 20


Railroaders 2, Greyhounds 0, Final, Cory White was the story in game 2 of the 3 game series between Fulton and Union City.  White struck out 7 in 7 and two-thirds innings, giving up only 1 hit, and Clay Tingley earned the save striking out 4 in relief.  Cory McCullick led the Railroaders going 3 for 4 with an RBI.  Drew Hayes picked up the loss giving up only 1 earned run in 5 and two-thirds innings while striking out 5. Game box scores Click Here

Game 20, June 19


Greyhounds 6, Railroaders 0.  (June 19, 2008) UC got another outstanding pitching performance from Brad Davis as he pitched 8 innings of two hit shutout baseball.  The Hounds jumped out early on the Railroaders getting 4 runs in the 1st that was capped off by a 2 RBI triple from Matt Phillips.  Justin Miller also had 2 RBI's and Ace Williams picked up 2 hits for the Hounds.  For Fulton, Justin Rodgers gave up 7 hits and 3 earned runs in 7 innings for the loss.. Game box scores Click Here

Game 19, June 18


Railroaders 7, Firebirds 4.  (June 18, 2008) After 15 innings of play the Railroaders beat the Firebirds in the 2nd and finally game of the series in Farmington. The Fulton Railroaders continue their road trip to Union City to face the Greyhounds for a 3 game series. Fulton remains in 3rd place in the standings at 3 games behind Owensboro and trailing 2nd place Tradewater by one half game. Game box scores Click Here

Game 18, June 17


Railroaders1 , Firebirds 2.  (June 17, 2008) After a late start, the Railroaders and Firebird finally complete their game in Farmington with the Firebirds winning over the Railroaders 2-1. The teams meet again on Wednesday night to complete the 2 game series. The loss keeps Fulton in 3rd place and give Farmington their second win of the season. Game box scores Click Here


Game 17, June 16


Railroaders 9, Pirates 7.  (June 16, 2008) Like two championship prize fighters, Tradewater and Fulton duked it out for eleven innings at Riverside Park, before the final bell sounded, and the Railroaders came away with a hard-fought 9-7 victory. The Pirates spotted the ChooChoos an early three run lead, before battling back to tie. Later, the Pirates held a 5-3 lead, but Fulton clawed back, with a big three run double by Steven Bayko to take a 6-5 lead. They would extend that to 7-5, before the Pirates fought back to 7-6, then used a dramatic bunt by Andy "Gone" Gerhartz, to push across Justin Long in the 9th, and extended the game into extra innings. The Railroaders used some shoddy Pirate defense and two charity runs, in the form of walks, to ease out to a 9-7 lead, and then held the Buccos in the bottom of the 11th for the win. Pirate reliever Sean Mahley took the loss, as the gritty lefty did everything in his power to pull the game out for Tradewater, even after suffering a leg injury early in the contest. The game was intense, even featuring the ejection of a Fulton coach, who was asked to walk the plank at Riverside Park. Game box scores Click Here

Game 16, June 15


Railroaders take first road over Pirates(June 15, 2008) The Railroaders beat the Pirates 4-2 on the first of 7 road games. Fulton remains 3 games behind league leading Owensboro who won over Farmington on Sunday. Still in 3rd place, the Railroaders pick up a game on the 2nd place Pirates. Fulton sees action again with Tradewater on Monday night before moving on for 2 games with the Farmington Firebirds. Thursday through Saturday the Railroaders travel to Union City for a 3 game series. Game box scores Click Here

Games 14 & 15, June 14


Railroaders and Bobcats Split Doubleheader(June 14, 2008)  

Justin Rogers throws a complete game and wins for FultonGame 1 - Railroaders 12, Bobcats 3.  In the first game of a doubleheader on Saturday, the Railroaders got a good complete 7 inning game from winning pitcher Justin Rodgers who allowed only 1 earned run and gave up 4 hits. Fulton committed 3 errors to contribute 2 additional runs, but the Railroader defense tighten up and provided strong defense to back up Rodgers. On offense, Bobcats pitching could not stop the Railroaders bats from producing 10 hits to gain 12 runs. Stuart Meinhart powered a 2 run homer in the 3rd to excel Fultonís scoring as they sent 11 men to the plate. Both Hunter Dawson and Elliot Frey added doubles, and Kurt Dudley produced 3 RBIs going 2 for 4. Fulton took advantage of 10 walks by 3 Marion pitchers and 2 errors on defense. Michael Lemon takes the loss for Marion. 

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Railroaders couldn't keep up with Bobcats in game 2Game 2 - Bobcats 7, Railroaders 2. SGame 2 for the evening saw a reverse in pitching and scoring. Bobcats starting pitcher Logan Thomas threw 6 good innings holding the Railroaders to only 4 hits and 2 earned runs. Fulton used 3 pitchers who all equally gave up the 13 hits with starter Zach Buxman throwing 3 innings, Jimmy Ryan and Tyler Hall both pitching 2 each, with Ryan taking the loss. Bobcats used long ball to score with 5 doubles, 2 each by Matt Little and Adam Enloe, and a solo homerun from Jacob Martin. For Fulton Elliot Frey went 2 for 3 with a double and a 2 RBI homer. Game box scores Click Here.


Game 13, June 12


Railroaders get it going with 7-1 win over Bobcats(June 12, 2008)After a slow start, the Railroaders finally got their bats in the bottom of the 4th with 2 solo homeruns by Stuart Meinhart and Louie Haseltine to give Fulton a 2-0 lead against the Bobcats. The Railroaders added another run in the 5th when Lee Kimbell ground rule doubled, batted forward to 3rd, and advanced to home on wild pitch. Marion's only run came in the 7th when they loaded the base and Lucas Cramsey was walked home.  Fulton answered in the bottom of the 7th with a run when Lee Kimbell doubled again and then scored off a single from Cory McCullick. The Railroader tacked on 3 more runs in the 8th with Louie Haseltine second homerun for the evening, a 2 run shot, and 1 more run when Hunter Dawson scored on a Bobcats error.  Winning the game for Fulton was Jacob Donze who went 6 1/3 innings striking out 7 and walking 2. Nathan Marlowe pitched 2/3 inning in middle relief and Kevin Kirksey completed the final 2 innings picking up a save.  Losing for the Bobcats was starting pitcher Dylan McCurry going 5 innings. Game box scores Click Here.


Game 12, June 10


Greyhounds pounce on Railroaders 13-3.  (June 10, 2008)The Greyhounds and Railroaders almost reversed the scoring from Monday night to Tuesday night with Union City winning 13-3. The Hounds took advantage of 4 Fulton errors and losing pitcher Kyle Barnett, who's ball control was sorely lacking. Going only 3 1/3 innings, Barnett gave up 8 hits and 5 earned runs before being pulled. Fulton sent 3 more pitchers to mound but to no avail. Union City finally tacked on 5 more runs in the top of the 9th including a 3 run homer by Cam Strang to seal the win.  The Greyhounds had a total of 14 hits on the night. The Railroaders only highlight was a solo homerun by Cory McCullick. Fulton produced 9 hits but stranded 16 men on base. Winning pitcher Brad Lawrence went 5 inning giving up only 1 run and reliever Spencer Clifft finished the last four innings allowing 2 runs Game box scores Click Here.


Game 11, June 9

Railroaders quickly cover the field in the 8th as rain poors down like the scoring they were having over the Greyhounds.  The game of finallly called. Railroaders unleash on Greyhounds 15-4.  (June 9, 2008)Fulton got back on track and won big Monday against the Union City. The Railroaders let loose with 17 hits and scored all 15 runs in the first 4 innings of play.  Clay Tingley lead the offense with 6 RBIs going 3 for 5 including a grand slam homerun in the 3rd inning. Also in the 3rd, Cory McCullick  had a 2 run homerun for a total of 6 in the inning for Fulton. Stuart Meinhart, Eric Parker, Hunter Dawson and Louie Haseltine all had doubles. The Greyhounds finally scored 3 in the 6th and 1 in the top of the 8th with 6 hits total on the night. The game was delayed and then called by the umpires in the bottom of the 8th inning due to rain and heavy lightning.  Zach Buxman, taking the win, pitched a good game for 5 2/3 innings and was backed by strong defense. The Greyhounds, who have 23 stolen bases in 10 games, were gunned down once for attempting to steal a base and got 0 on the evening.  Reliever Nathan Marlowe went 2 1/3 before the game was called. Union City pitching could not stop the Railroader bats. Losing pitcher Justin DeVoe went only 2 innings allowing 6 runs and 7 hits with 0 strikeouts. Union City sent 2 more pitchers to the mound by the 5th inning until the Railroaders scoring spree finally stopped. Game box scores Click Here.



Game 10, June 8

Pirates 11, Railroaders 2. The Tradewater Pirates took the measure of the Fulton Railroaders, yet again, as Logan Bawcom recorded the win for the Bucs, and the hit parade continued for Tradewater. Fulton committed several errors in the game, and sloppy play allowed the Pirates to jump on top early and stay on top, using relief help from Payne Spence and Tanner Hall. The Roaders seemed drained from their emotional loss the night before, 2-0, in a game that saw pitching ace Cory White record 16 strikeouts. The Pirates now hit the road for Owensboro, to determine the outright lead in the KIT League. Fulton Railroaders loss their 3 straight games. Now behind the lead by 3 games and tied with the Marion Bobcats in second place in league standings with a 5-5 record. The Railroaders return home to Fulton on Monday night to host the Union City Greyhounds who are in 3rd place, one game behind Fulton. Game box scores  Click Here.


Game 9, June 7

Pirates 2, Railroaders 0. It isn't often that a team wins a game when 16, count 'em, 16 batters strikeout, but that was the case at Riverside Park on Saturday evening, as the league-leading Tradewater Pirates used a clutch double by Logan Bawcom in the 6th inning to beat Cory White and the Fulton Railroaders, 2-0. White was simply dominant for most of the game, striking out the side several times, and keeping the Bucs at bay most of the night, as the righty mowed down Pirates, like John Deere mows down grass. But the bat of Logan Bawcom was the difference, bringing home a streaking Justin Long in the 6th, for a 1-0 lead, with the Pirates adding an insurance run, unearned, in the 8th. White and company could not overcome the combined Pirate pitching effort of George Hebert, who struck out seven, and relievers Sean Mahley and Eric "Don't" Faint, who entered during the 8th inning. The game was intense, as the Roaders looked to exact some revenge on the Pirates, from the previous night's 6-2 loss. But, in the end, resilience won out over brilliance, and the Pirates moved to 7-2 in early season action in the KIT, and a tie with Owensboro, who kept pace as well. Hebert was the winner for Tradewater. Game box scores  Click Here.


Game 8, June 6


Pirates win 1st of 3 with Railroaders (June 6, 2008)In the 3rd game of the current road trip and 1st game with the Tradewater Pirates, the Railroaders lose 6-2. Justin Long pitched a complete game for the Pirates, and Kevin Schlegel had a double and single to drive in three runs, Nathan Wright added a triple for Tradewater. For the Railroaders shortstop Stuart Meinhart went 2 of 4 with a double and single, and 1 RBI. Losing pitcher was Jacob Donze. Fulton dropped to 5-3 on the year. The Pirates now move into 1st place with the Owensboro Oilers who won their game with the Farmington Firebirds. The loss moves Fulton to 2nd in the standings and 1 behind in the league leaders. The Railroaders play the Pirates again on Saturday and Sunday in Tradewater before  returning home on Monday for a 2 game series with the Union City Greyhounds. For complete box scores Click Here.


Game 7, June 5


Railroaders 13, Bobcats 5 (June 5, 2008)Fulton wins at Marion to split the 2 game series and keeps pace with Tradewater and Owensboro. With a record of 5-2, all three teams won their games and remain on top of the league standings. The Railroaders continue their road trip and go to Tradewater on Friday for 3 nights against the Pirates. The Railroaders return home to Fulton Monday for a 2 game series with the Union City Greyhounds. For complete box scores Click Here.

Game 6, June 4


Bobcats 5, Railroaders 4. (June 4, 2008) The Bobcats moved to 3-3 with their second consecutive victory. Bryce Law (1-1) earned his first victory of the year and Kyle Medley, the side-armed righty from Springfield, Ky., shut the door on the Railroaders (4-2) to record his third save of the season, tops in the league. Down 2-0, Marion sent 10 batters to the plate against Fulton in the second inning, scoring the first two of five runs on a Jacob Martin single. Martin was knocked in by hot-hitting center fielder Matt Little who doubled to right center. Enloe would close the scoring with a two-RBI single. A single by Mitch McClay to load the bases after Lucas Cramsey was hit by a pitch chased starter Jimmy Ryan (0-1) from the game. Fulton relievers, led by Ryan's replacement, Kyle Barnett, would shut the door on the Bobcat bats. But Law would give up only two more runs behind some solid defense and poor base-running by the Railroaders. Reliever Bobby Woods pitched two strong innings to hand the ball to closer Medley with a 5-4 lead in the ninth. Medley handled the top of the Fulton's order for his second save in two nights. After getting the first two batters in the top of the ninth, Medley walked Cory Hodskins to put the go-ahead run at the plate in the person of clean-up hitter Louie Haseltine. Fowler's towel came off after Haseltine hit out to third base.. Game summary pending receipt. For complete box scores Click Here.


Game 5, June 3


Oilers 8, Railroaders 6. (June 3, 2008)The Owensboro Oilers handed the Fulton Railroaders their first loss of the season on Tuesday. The Oilers scored 1 run in the 1st inning, only to have the Railroaders come back and put 2 on the board in the bottom of inning.  Fulton added 2 more in the 3rd with a Louie Haseltine 2-run homerun to make the lead 4-1. The Oilers bats came alive in the 6th when Anthony Gliffe doubled, Haskel Fink single, then a John Feltner hit a 3-run home run. Still in the 6th with 2 on and 2 out, Khayyan Norfork doubled to drive in 2 more runs to take the lead 6-4. Owensboro added another run in the 7th with the Fulton answering with 2 runs in the bottom of the inning. The Oilers managed 1 more run in the 9th. Bottom the 9th, Railroaders had the bases loaded with 2 out and Oilers reliiver Shaun Larsen forced a ground out to end the game and picked up the save.  Winning pitcher was Jon Herendeen and losing for the Railroaders was starter Zach Buxman. For complete box scores Click Here.


Game 4, June 2


After taking second base on an error, J.D. Ashbrook waits for Hunter Dawson who will double him in for the Railroaders 3rd score.Railroaders win over Oilers 3-2. (June 2, 2008)Fulton held on to win by 1 on Monday against the visiting Owensboro Oils. The Railroaders scored first and early in the 2nd inning from a Cory Hodskins walk, then a 2 run homer from Clay Tingley.  Fulton added another run in the 5th, J.D. Ashbrook walked and then scored off a Hunter Dawson double. Hunter went 2 for 2 on the night with 1 RBI. The Oilers threaten in the top of 9th when Anthony Gliffe ground rule doubled, a walk, then Royal Beach doubled in an RBI, and John Feltner's ground out sacrifice drove in the 2nd run. With a man on second and 2 out, Fulton reliever Kyle Barnettstruck out the last batter and gets the save. Winning for Railroaders was starter Justin Rodgers who pitched 7 complete innings. The righthander pitched out of several tight spots assisted by great defensive play in the field. Nathan Marlowe in middle relief for 8th inning. Oilers pitcher Chris Burton went only 2 innings and gets the loss. Burton hard to work hard against the Fulton bats, throwing over 80 pitches in just 2 innings. For complete box scores Click Here.


Game 3, June 1


Hunter Dawson is pleased after scoring the go ahead run in the 5th.Railroaders sweep series with Firebirds with 6-2 win. (June 1, 2008)On a beautiful Sunday night for baseball, the Railroaders treated fans to a third win over the Firebirds. Dropping the first games, Farmington tried to get one win in the series and played good ball scoring first in the 4th inning using a walk and 2 singles to get their only runs. Farmington had 7 hits total, 1 more than Fulton, but ultimately stranded 9 players, failing to increase their lead. The Railroaders broke out scoring in the bottom of 5th scoring 5 runs. Steven Bayko walked, Lee Kimbell singled and Hunter Dawson reached base on bunt. With bases loaded Kurt Dudley and Elliot Frey both walked bringing in the tying runs. Louie Haseltine singled driving in 2 more and J.D. Ashbrook grounded out in a fielder's choice to picked up 1 RBI and bring the score to 5-2. The inning included 2 stolen bases. Fulton added another run in the 6th when Steven Bayko reached on error then advanced to 2nd on error, and Hunter Dawson doubled to drive him in.


Jacob Donze picked up the win for Fulton going 5 innings striking out 7 and walking 3. With the lead, Manage David Estes used 3 of his relievers to secure the game. Losing for Farmington was Chris Giblin going 4 innings giving up 3 hits, walking 7 and 3 strikeouts. For complete box scores Click Here.


The Owensboro Oilers come to meet the Railroaders on Monday and Tuesday nights at the Yard. The Oilers, 2-1, loss their first game Sunday to the Bobcats. The Pirates took 2 of 3 games in their series with the Greyhounds. The Railroaders have an early 1st place lead in the Kitty League.


Game 2, May 31, 2008


Railroaders shoot down Firebirds again, 10-2. (May 31, 2008)In the 2nd game of the series at Fulton, the Railroaders again defeated the Firebirds with aggressive offense and strong pitching. Fulton produced 10 runs on 10 hits lead by veteran Railroader Cory Hodskins with 3 hits and a sacrifice fly to get 3 RBIs. DH Lee Kimbell hit a 2 run homer and and scored twice. The Firebirds managed their 2 runs off of 3 hits, taking advantage of 3 Railroader errors, and also turned 3 double plays but could not stop the Railroaders. The strong pitching of Fulton's starter and winning pitcher Chris Chojnowski and reliever Nathan Marlowe produce a combined 15 strikeouts. Chojnowski went 6 innings, Marlowe 3. The Firebirds went through 4 pitchers, none going more than 3 innings. Losing for the Firebirds was Mike Zaccariello  For Box Scores of the game Click Here.  


The Railroader have one more game with Firebirds at home Sunday night. On Monday the Owensboro Oilers come to Fulton for 2 nights. The Oilers have won both their first two games over the Bobcats to match the Railroaders and currently share the first place position in the League. Union City Greyhounds beat the Tradewater Pirates in their game and both now stand 1-1.

Game 1, May 30, 2008



Railroaders win big over Firebirds in 1st game of season. Kurt Dudley blasted in the first runs in the 2008 season with a grand slam homer for the Railroader in the bottom of the 2nd inning. Fulton never looked back as the crowd watched with pleasure as the Railroaders produce 9 runs on 9 hits and played error free defense.  Lead off batter Hunter Dawson came up with a solo homerun and went 2 for 2, walking twice, hit by a pitch, a stolen base and scored 3 runs. Veteran Railroader Cory Hodskins produced 2 RBIs with a single. The Firebirds only game highlight came in the 7th with Blake Slattery hitting a 2-run home run to produce their only score. Winning pitcher was starter Cory  White going 7 innings and striking out 8 before being tagged with the Firebirds' 2 run homer. Left hander Jimmy Ryan in relief closed out the game. Losing the game for the Firebirds was Josh Manning. For Box Scores of the game Click Here.  


The Railroader face off again with Firebirds on Saturday and Sunday nights at home at the "Yard" (Lohaus Field). Beginning Monday, they host the Owensboro Oilers for a 2 game, 2 night series. The Oilers beat the Marion Bobcats 4-3 on Friday, and the Union City Greyhounds loss at home against the Tradewater Pirates 11-4.  


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