Monthly Archives: May 2011

KRUML SETTLES INTO ROLE, STEPPING UP AS THUNDER FIND WINS

READING, Pa. – Scouts have always been impressed with two facets of Thunder outfielder Ray Kruml’s game.          One is his speed.          “The way he runs, he reminds you of (Brett) Gardner,’’ said an American League scout.          The … Continue reading

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BACK TO 1994

            TRENTON – The question was asked to me by a young fan, just shy of his 12th birthday.             What was the first Thunder season like? You were around then? Right?             I certainly was.              The young fan … Continue reading

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Thunder’s Joseph Getting His Game Together

TRENTON – These days, Thunder second baseman Corban Joseph is enjoying the start of the 2012 season. He’s part of the clubhouse atmosphere, is having a good time with his teammates, who take a 17-16 mark into the play in … Continue reading

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VENDITTE LOOKS FOR LOCATION

          TRENTON – Thunder reliever Pat Venditte, through just the way he throws, is a main attraction wherever he goes.           At spring training in 2010, when his location was pinpoint from both the right and left sides, he amazed … Continue reading

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