Lakewood BlueClaws

A Step Closer to Summer: BlueClaws Open at Home
The BlueClaws begin their 16th season in Lakewood tonight and are as much a part of summer at the Jersey Shore as beaches, boardwalks, barbecues and bennies and part of a lifestyle that includes Six Flags, Monmouth Park, the Stone Pony, LBI and Jenkinson’s.
2017 Lakewood BlueClaws
The Lakewood BlueClaws open their 2017 season in Kannapolis, North Carolina Thursday and once again the Shore Sports Network will be the radio home for the Class-A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies. All 140 regular-season games can be heard on Beach Radio 1160 & 1310AM with Greg Giombarrese…
Lakewood BlueClaws Lead South Atlantic League Attendance
The BlueClaws completed their regular season on Monday officially leading the South Atlantic League in attendance, as they have now done in each of their 16 seasons at the Jersey Shore. In 2016, the BlueClaws drew 353,080 fans to FirstEnergy Park, an average of 5,350 in 66 home dates (four games wer…
Clawing Back
LAKEWOOD – Life in the Minor Leagues is often an eye-opening experience for young baseball players and a significant part of the rude awakening are those bus rides.
The Lexington Legends – the Class-A affiliate of the defending World Champion Kansas City Royals – sat through a 12-hour bus ride to tra…
Familiar Face
Photo gallery from the BlueClaws vs. the Greenville Drive by Mark Brown/B51 Photography
Former Middletown South and Rutgers University star Darren Fenster was back at the Shore over the weekend at FirstEnergy Park in Lakewood as the manager of the low Class A Greenville (S...
Making His Pitch
LAKEWOOD - Connor Kaden can still remember being a little kid in his room, swinging a tiny Lakewood BlueClaws bat and dreaming like any other young baseball player.
On Friday night at FirstEnergy Park, it will Kaden's job to miss Lakewood BlueClaws' bats with his fastball, sinker, slider and changeup…
Hungry for Some Football
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LAKEWOOD - The countdown to the U.S. Army All-Shore Gridiron Classic on July 17 continued on Wednesday night when the players and coaches from Monmouth and Ocean counties were treated to picnic at FirstEnergy Park by the Lakewood BlueClaws during their game against the Hagerstow…
shore standout
The Lakewood BlueClaws begin their 14th season on the road Thursday night in Savannah, Georgia and their 25-man roster will include pitcher Mark Leiter Jr, a former Toms River North standout who pitched very well over the final two weeks of last season with the BlueClaws.
play ball!
Opening season is just days away for Philadelphia Phillies minor league baseball affiliate Lakewood BlueClaws.
Quinn's comeback
After suffering his second major injury in a stretch of four months, 2013 Lakewood BlueClaws shortstop Roman Quinn is bouncing back both physically and mentally and hopes to be better than ever when he returns to the field this coming season.
vegan friendly
Baseball might be the national pastime, but vegetarian dishes could soon be the national food if the offerings at baseball games are any indication.

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