Fredericton Senior Royals Baseball

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Jody Peterson
The talk around the league was the Charlottetown Islanders would be a much improved team and this past weekend the Island crew swept 2 from the first place Royals – moving into 2nd place in a tight NBSBL race.
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Northern Kentucky University star Jake Shaw delivered as advertised.  The RHP brought in to bolster the Royals staff for their 2015 & 2016 National runs dealt his 90’s fastball for 7 strong, limiting the Ironmen offense to 1 run on 4 hits – striking out 6.  Shaw cruised through the first four innings up 3-0...
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Second year slugger David Dewolfe has picked up where he left off in 2014 – hitting the ball all over the field, and with power as witnessed by 400+ fans this past cool Friday night under the lights at Royals Field.  Dewolfe’s 7th inning walk off home run rattled high off the right field scoreboard...
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The Fredericton Royals and Papa Johns Pizza say thank you!  Thank you for being a loyal Royals fan – and as part of that you can take advantage of 50% off Pizza tonight!!  That’s right 50% off dinner tonight simply by ordering your Papa Johns Pizza online and entering the promo code:  5ROYALS Every Friday...
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The 3-1 Fredericton Royals will send NCAA Div 1 Northern Kentucky University starter Jake Shaw and his 90+ mph fastball to the mound Thursday in the first of 3 games in 3 nights for the team.   Troy Bishop will get the start Friday at home and Saturday’s home game starter is TBA. Shaw joins...
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  The 3-0 first place Royals make their 2015 Friday Night Lights season opener against the Chatham Ironmen in what would have been the back half of a home and home series before rain washed away last nights (Thursdays) game.  Weather permitting the Royals will look to go 4-0 and remain unbeaten atop the NBSBL...
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Round 1 of the 2015 season series between storied rivals the Chatham Ironmen and Fredericton Royals takes place tonight on the Mirimichi with Round 2 back in Fredericton for Friday Night Lights tomorrow at 7:30 PM. Royals Ace Jake Waugh will look to lead his team to victory and remain unbeaten on the season.  The...
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Let’s Play Ball!! The 2015 season has begun, and the new look Royals – now anchored by Major League draft pick catcher Aaron Johnson return home for the 1st installment of Friday Night Lights at Royals Field.  The home side play host to the newest entry in the senior league – the Moncton Fisher Cats...
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In 2006 the Milwaukee Brewers drafted catcher Aaron Johnson – and for those in attendance at Kiwanis Park Monday afternoon it was easy to see why.  The  Moncton franchise known for their speed and aggressive base running were gunned down early and again late by the former University of Illinois All Star catcher.  With the...
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The 2015 New Brunswick Senior Baseball League opened up play over the May long weekend.  In Saturday afternoon action the travelling Charlottetown Islanders swept a pair from the Saint John Alpines, 11-2 and 12-6. The new look Royals take the field to face the Moncton Fisher Cats, the newly named entry that replaces the former...
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  Royals field is famous for being a hitters ballpark and there have been some legendary power hitters wear the FR, MR – or Royals logo.  From Curt Moore to Don Johnson, Paul Hodgson, Rod Wilson Jr, Kelvin Hoyt, Joel Estey, Brent Hallett, Matt Stairs and Scott Harvey – there have been many big boppers...
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                The Kids Can Play:  6 games in 6 days          July 15, 2014 The 11-6 Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals are back in first place – and they are doing it with a collection of new faces.  The once veteran laden team, dependent on the long...
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The Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals had both weekend games washed away by rain.  Games scheduled Friday at home vs the Ironmen and Saturday in Charlottetown vs the Islanders were postponed with new dates to be determined this week.  The Royals remain atop the NBSBL standings at 6-1.   (link to NBSBL standings …..   https://www.seniorbaseballnb.com/www.seniorbaseballnb.com/Welcome.html )...
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2014 Season Tickets NOW AVAILABLE Join our Fredericton Royals Facebook page for your chance to win 2 Season Passes! PLUS 2 DQ Dinners and 2 DQ Blizzards https://www.facebook.com/FrederictonRoyals
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  Since 1950 there have only been four Major League Baseball players who have accomplished the feat. In that same time frame the same feat has been accomplished six times, by five different players in the New Brunswick Senior Baseball League.  Three of those players have donned the Royals’ uniform, and two continue to do...
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  Your Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals are pleased to announce that this summers last regular season installment of “Friday Night Lights” will be for the Kids and former Royals players, coaches and executives.  The evening is sponsored by Peterbilt Atlantic, proud title sponsor of the Royals Franchise for almost 10 years. There will be a...
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Dictionary.com defines the word “hype” as “to intensify by questionable claims, methods, etc.” There is nothing questionable about the way the Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals have been playing all season long, nor is there anything questionable about the hype surrounding the team going into the Senior National tournament. The hype surrounding the team can be...
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The hometown Royals start a busy weekend Thursday night in Saint John – the 1st of 4 games over 4 nights as the team heads into the final weeks of the season.  The 1st place Royals are back at home Friday night for “Fitness Night” sponsored by Naturally Fit, the Home gym of Royals Baseball....
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Manager Mike Lint has had a pretty simple formula for success this season; if you put Derek Wilson on the mound and Mike Washburn swinging the bat you give yourself a very good chance to win. That’s exactly what Lint did Monday night in a 10-1 win over the Moncton Mets as Wilson took the...
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Playing baseball together for over 30 years can do one of two things: either bring you closer together, or drive you further apart. For Jody Peterson, Stephen McCarty and Mike Lint it is certainly the first option. “Jody and Riv [McCarty] are like brothers to me,” says Lint of his two close friends. “God knows...
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A high powered offense lead by 3rd year slugger Mike Washburn has scored 162 runs in 17 games and has the hometown Royals off to a 15-2 start and 1st place at the half way point in the season. The Royals will play host to the leagues top pitching team, the 2nd place Saint John...
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Monday night will mark the third annual Baseball for Breast Cancer game hosted by the Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals. The game will also feature the visiting Chatham Ironmen. The team will be sporting their pink breast cancer jerseys, as well as an array of other pink accessories, including pink tape, pink batting gloves and pink...
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Keeping with the trend over the past 11 games, the Royals got the sticks going early and often in a 13-3 victory over the Hub City Brewers. After putting together 22 hits in their 14-8 win Wednesday night, the Royals put together 15 hits, including four home runs, Friday night. Leading the way for the...
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  Some people like their nickname, some people don’t. There are two rules when it comes to nicknames though: No matter how you shake it once you get a nickname, you are stuck with it for the long haul, and you can never, under any circumstances, give yourself a nickname. For the most part you...
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  He’s got all the properties of an athlete: he’s got the size, the knowledge, and he’s got the name. Wait, a name? How much value can a name hold? Well, when your last name is Washburn, playing sports is almost as natural as breathing. Mike Washburn comes from a long lineage of athletes. His...
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The 11-2 first place Royals have scored a league high 112 runs – en route to a plus 45 runs scored over 13 games and a number of players appearing among the league leaders entering game action Sunday. Royals (11-2) play host to the 3rd place Chatham Ironmen (7-7) at home at 7 pm.  The 2nd place...
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The number 8 was a great one for the Fredericton Royals Friday night as the 13-2 win over the Moncton Mets marked their eighth in a row. That wasn’t the only significant 8 that night. The Royal who dons the number eight jersey had himself one heck of a game. Rookie Cody Wiggins made his...
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It will be a busy 4 days for the hometown Peterbilt DQ Royals as they play 3 games starting Thursday in Saint John in a battle for 1st place.  Its the Moncton Mets at home Friday and then the rival Chatham Ironmen at Royals Field (7pm) Sunday night. The Royals have hit their stride offensively...
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The Fredericton Royals have partnered with the SPCA, Animal Essential Pet Store & Pro Series Ultra Health Pet Food to present our first ever “Bark at the Park:  Bring Your Dog to the Game Day”. This Sunday afternoon, June 30th @ 1:00 pm the Royals will host the Charlottetown Islanders and fans are encouraged to...
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One look at him and you would never guess he plays baseball. You would be more prone to say he works in the back woods or is a carpenter that lost his razor and shaving cream. But once he steps on the mound, all doubt leaves your mind. Of course, I’m talking about Jake Waugh....
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Tuesday night on Baseball Hill four of your Fredericton Royals will have their work cut out for them as they attempt to outslug Jesse Barfield and his 241 career MLB home runs. The City of Fredericton has declared the week of June 24 through June 28 Fredericton Minor Baseball Week, and to honour this FMBA...
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Status: Active Born: 04/07/1974 Hometown: Marysville, New Brunswick Bats/Throws: L/R Height: 6′-2″ Weight: 210 lbs    
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Status: Retired Born: unknown Hometown: Marysville, NB Bats/Throws: L/R Height: unknown Weight: unknown        
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Jody Peterson did it once again. Last night Peterson went yard for the third straight game, and he did it in a “grand” way. With the bases loaded in the bottom of the third inning and the Royals trailing by one run, Peterson took a fastball over the right field fence to promptly unload the bases....
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Without Matt Stairs for the first time this season, the Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals came home from Chatham with a narrow 6-5 win, thanks to the arm of Corey Stairs. Stairs came into the game as a defensive substitution and threw out Jon Saunders at home plate to end the sixth inning, and limit the...
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Status: Active Born: unknown Hometown: unknown Bats/Throws: unknown Height: unknown Weight: unknown    
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The Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals were on the verge of losing two straight games for the first time this season. With runners on first and third, down three runs, catcher Jody Peterson stepped to the plate. Peterson promptly cleared the bases, sending a long home run over the right field fence and the game into...
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The Fredericton Royals Baseball program is happy to announce that Sports Journalist Josh Fleck will be following the 2013 Royals for the remainder of the season.  Josh will provide all the coverage fans would want to read from game recaps, player profiles – articles on the history of the team and its past players and...
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BY NICK MURRAY MURRAY.NICK@DAILYGLEANER.COM 01 JUN 2013 12:16AM as appearing in The Daily Gleaner Friday evening, Matt Stairs drove to the ballpark for a game night, just as he had for 19 years as a major-league baseball slugger. Only this time, his route to the park brought him along the street that bears his name,...
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The Royals, who have waited through a week of rain to get going were delayed once again – if only temporarily. A little more than 25 minutes into the trip to Chatham the brakes caught fire on the team tour bus and the team was left stranded in Durham Bridge. A new motor coach arrived...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-May 28, 2013 The defending Provincial Champion Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals will try again this week to kick off their 2013 New Brunswick Senior Baseball League schedule with a pair of games on Thursday and Friday respectively. The Royals will travel to Chatham on Thursday to face the Ironmen in a 7:30 start. ...
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Thursday night in Chatham, NB the New Brunswick Senior Baseball Leagues All- Time “K King” will make his much anticipated return to the Royal blue.  With rain washing out the Royals first two games Wilson, who holds multiple senior baseball records will draw the start in what will be the Royals season opener against the...
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By: Karissa Donkin GTA, Published on Tue May 28 2013 as printed in the Toronto Star You could call it a comeback. Two years after retiring from a 19-year major league career, former Toronto Blue Jays slugger Matt Stairs is coming home to play baseball again. On Friday, he’ll make his home debut with the Fredericton Royals of the...
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This evenings season opener against the 1-0 Hub City Brewers has been washed out by rain.  The game has been re-scheduled for Friday, June 7th @ 7:30 pm. The team will now travel to Moncton Sunday afternoon to play the Mets for their season opener @ 4 pm.  Follow the play by play action on...
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE-May 22, 2013 The defending Provincial Champion Fredericton Peterbilt DQ Royals kick off the home portion of their 2013 New Brunswick Senior Baseball League schedule with this season’s first edition of Friday Night Lights Baseball at the newly upgraded Royals Field.  The Royals will play host to the visiting Hub City Brewers with...
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The Fredericton Royals are excited to inform our fans that we have packaged together an opportunity to join the team in Windsor, Ontario for the 2013 Canadian Senior Baseball Nationals.   Team President Tony Hay released final details today that will allow 40 of the Royals most loyal fans the opportunity to join the team –...
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