Ty Washington was a nomad of sorts last season.
Dick Schofield was a first-round major league draft pick, a key member of the California Angels team that came within one strike of a World Series berth in 1986, and finished his career just shy of 1,000 hits.
Third-round pick Wyatt Strahan is the highest draft choice listed on the Billings Mustangs’ roster in advance of their Pioneer League opener Monday night against Great Falls.
Ralph and Vonnie Heare of Red Lodge celebrated their 70th anniversary with family and friends at the Red Lodge Cafe at a party hosted by their son and daughter and their spouses.
The Billings Mustangs announced Monday that Dick Schofield will be the team's manager for the 2014 Pioneer League season.
This isn’t the The Show. Wins and losses aren’t make-or-break in the Pioneer League.
It’s been nearly a year since the Billings Mustangs have won back-to-back home games.
With a song in his head and a bolt from his bat, Avain Rachal gave the Billings Mustangs a lift Saturday night.
The Mustangs are leaving town on an uptick, with a 4-2 victory over Helena to carry with them on their next sojourn through the Pioneer League’s South division.
Luke Moran’s baseball life has been about work, whether it’s fighting through a bases-loaded, one-out jam or trudging through arduous rehabilitation of elbow surgery.
These are the times that try a manager’s psyche.
Adam Matthews has played in front of 30,000 fans at the College World Series, so if any player could be comfortable in Thursday night’s last at-bat of the game – bases loaded, bottom of the ninth, two outs, trailing by three runs -- it’d probably be him.
It was another one of those nights for the Mustangs: Fall behind early, rally late, and ultimately lose in a clutch moment at the end.
Yes, Ben Lively is a starting pitcher. He knows, though, that he can’t get a win every time he takes the mound for the Billings Mustangs.
Mercifully, the Mustangs’ homestand has come to an end.
Phillip Ervin came into the Mustangs’ four-game series against Orem on an 11-for-56 slide that caused his batting average to plummet nearly 120 points in a 14-game stretch.
Jon Matthews packs a sleek 190 pounds onto his 6-foot-1 frame, so when he’s in danger of hitting nearly 100 points below his weight, well, that’s just territory better left unoccupied.
The throng of thousands keeps showing up at Dehler Park, and the Mustangs keep disappointing them.
The Billings Mustangs' cold streak at Dehler Park continued as their late-inning rally came up short against the Grand Junction Rockies. Manager Pat Kelly and outfielder Gabriel Rosa talk about the 10-8 loss.
Part of the challenge of baseball development is making sure young players stay within themselves and keep their confidence, especially against big deficits.
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