Tag: Danny Huertero

Calgary Advances, Anchorage Falls

The Calgary Inferno have put down the Anchorage Aces in a surprising upset, after taking their AEL Elimination Round series 3-1.

The Aces, who despite their better season record of 61-39 were the wild card team in this series, and therefore did not start the series at home, looked positively lethal in Game 1, winning 10-4 and swatting three home runs from all the usual suspects: AEL season HR leader Takeo Otomo, Alex Viramontes and rookie Chris Pratt. Continue reading “Calgary Advances, Anchorage Falls”

Hit Streaks End for The Rajah and Golden Boy Sanchez

Two long-running hit streaks came to an end without much fanfare this week. Danny “Golden Boy” Sanchez, of the Norfolk Sharks, saw his hit streak end at 21 games on Independence Day, after he failed to get a hit in a 7-4 win over the Nevada Speeders. Calgary Inferno’s Danny “The Rajah” Huertero closed off his streak at 24 games tonight after failing to hit safely against Norfolk in a 3-1 win to open a series.

Sanchez’s hitting streak ended after 21 games, setting a new personal record for the Mexican shortstop

For Sanchez, the 21 games edged his previous record of a 20 game streak set while he was a Montreal Metro, back in 2010. Continue reading “Hit Streaks End for The Rajah and Golden Boy Sanchez”

Huertero, Sanchez Extend Streaks to 20 Games

Two well-known Danny’s, ‘The Rajah’ and ‘Golden Boy’, have extended their hitting streaks to 20 or more games and are still going strong.

The American Eagle League hitters have been decimating opposing pitchers all month, with Calgary’s right-fielder, Danny ‘The Rajah’ Huertero, hitting up a storm since June 10, when he went 2-for-5 with a home run against Nevada. A total of 21 games later, he’s hit safely in each game and averaged .365 in that period, with 31 hits, eight for extra bases, along with 12 runs and 14 RBIs. Continue reading “Huertero, Sanchez Extend Streaks to 20 Games”

What’s In a Number? (Part 1)

Over time, exceptional players become associated to the number they wear on their back. In fact, in many cases, these exceptional players are honored at the conclusion of their career by having their jersey number “retired” by the team or teams that they were most closely associated with.

Here, we take a look at who we view as the top player for selected popular shirt numbers. Continue reading “What’s In a Number? (Part 1)”