Saturday morning's Run for the River featured a pair of new faces and a pair of familiar ones in the winner's circle.
A crowd of 223 runners showed up to race Saturday, but hardly anyone saw the men's winner in the 10-mile race.
In their first two opening games of the season against the Mat-Su Miners, the Peninsula Oilers used dominant pitching and stifling defensive play to take both wins.
Friday night at a rainy Coral Seymour Memorial park in Kenai, the Oilers authored another defensive masterpiece, but the bats came aliv...
It took the starting pitcher tossing the first complete game of his life and his newly acquainted teammates playing stellar defense against the defending regular-season champions, but the Peninsula Oilers rolled out another win.
This isn't a baseball season, it's an endurance contest. The Peninsula Oilers begin a whirlwind tour today when they kick off their 43rd season of play in the Alaska Baseball League. Tonight's opening game - a 7 p.m.