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Charleston Riverdogs


The Charleston Riverdog's, an affiliate of the Yankees, play in MLB's Single-A South Atlantic League at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park (360 Fishburne Street Charleston, SC 29403). The Riverdogs have been around since 1980 when they played as the Chalreston Royals (KC Royals). In 1985 the team was renamed the Charleston Rainbows (Padres) and then changed to it's current name in '94.

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Charleston Riverdogs News

News provided by the Charleston Riverdog's website

Fri, 22 May 2015 03:08:41 -0500

The Charleston RiverDogs dropped the first of four games against the Greenville Drive 8-0 at Fluor Field at the West End Thursday night. The season series is now 5-0 in favor of the Drive in wins and 24-5 in runs.

Thu, 21 May 2015 19:41:35 -0500

Following a seven-game road trip to Rome and Greenville, the Charleston RiverDogs return home for three games against the Rome Braves. This will be Rome's only visit to The Joe during the first half of the season.

Thu, 21 May 2015 05:22:18 -0500

The Charleston RiverDogs are bringing all the fun of Memorial Day barbecues to The Joe with a special picnic in Murray's Mezzanine before Monday's 6:35 p.m. game against the Rome Braves.

Wed, 20 May 2015 21:16:05 -0500

The Charleston RiverDogs outlasted the Rome Braves 2-1 in a low-scoring, 10-inning affair Wednesday afternoon at State Mutual Stadium. It's the first time this season that Charleston has played extra innings, they were the final team in the South Atlantic League to play bonus baseball.

Tue, 19 May 2015 18:49:30 -0500

Starting pitcher Justin Kamplain held the Rome Braves scoreless for the first five innings, but the Charleston RiverDogs could not put a run on the board Tuesday afternoon at State Mutual Stadium and were defeated 2-0. The loss marks the first time in the 2015 season that the R'Dogs have been held scoreless.

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