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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

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Thu, 04 Sep 2014 15:43:02 -0500

Even though the 2014 Charleston RiverDogs fell just shy of the South Atlantic League postseason, a late push gave the RiverDogs their third consecutive winning season and a strong finish. Throughout the season, Charleston's success was highlighted by a veritable cornucopia of talented New York Yankees minor leaguers.

Wed, 03 Sep 2014 16:54:56 -0500

One of the primary reasons the RiverDogs are successful as an organization is because of the approaches and positive attitude of the gameday staff.

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 16:07:32 -0500

The playing field at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park has once again been recognized as the "Best Playing Field" in the South Atlantic League and as a result, the popular head groundskeeper has engineered yet one more award.

Mon, 01 Sep 2014 20:20:20 -0500

Claudio Custodio's leadoff single provided a great start for the Charleston RiverDogs on Monday afternoon, but the Augusta GreenJackets retired the next 22 batters in a row and grabbed a 2-0 three-hit shutout in the season finale.

Sun, 31 Aug 2014 21:04:50 -0500

Shutout pitching from Justin Kamplain and Angel Rincon carried the Charleston RiverDogs to a 5-0 win over the Augusta GreenJackets that guaranteed Charleston's third consecutive winning season on Sunday afternoon at Lake Olmstead Stadium.