Martinsville, Va.- The Martinsville Mustangs have announced Kevin Soine as the Mustangs head coach for 2018. Soine takes over for Danny Higginbotham who accepted the head coaching position for the Macon Bacon CPL franchise.
“I am incredibly humbled and honored to be the next head coach for the Martinsville Mustangs. I want to thank Brian, Brendan and the rest of the organization for this amazing opportunity, and for the confidence they have shown in… Read More
In a season marred by injuries the Mustangs found a way to close the season on a high note. With Savannah coming to town for the first time of the season, the Mustangs got a gutsy effort from John Weber as they defeated the Bananas 5-3. Mother nature took over late and the game was called in the eighth inning.
Just as in the game on Sunday afternoon, the Mustangs offense got out to… Read More
For the final time of the regular season, the Mustangs faced off against the Holly Springs Salamanders. After an early injury to the Martinsville starter James Nittoli the Mustangs rallied behind Chance Pauley who threw six strong innings. The Mustangs got just enough offense to push them to a 4-3 win in their final road game of the season.
The Mustangs send Nittoli to the mound for his final start of the summer. Nittoli… Read More
Martinsville welcomed in High Point-Thomasville tonight in front a packed house at Hooker Field. With the Mustangs hosting their annual Community Giveback Night along with Strikeout Cancer Night, Martinsville defeated the HiToms 9-7. The game featured some early fireworks from the Mustangs offense that hit three consecutive home runs in the first inning.
Dylan Spacke made the start for the Mustangs. After pitching against the HiToms in two previous games, Spacke tried to bounce back… Read More
The Mustangs welcomed in the Florence Redwolves for a Wednesday night matchup. With Omar Maldonado III making his first start of the summer, the Mustangs gave him some early run support to give Martinsville the lead. The bullpen worked out of some tough spots and the Mustangs were able to top the Redwolves 7-3.
Florence scored a run in the first to take an early lead but Martinsville responded in the home half of… Read More
Martinsville and High Point-Thomasville met for the 12th time of the season on what was a beautiful day for baseball at Hooker Field. With the HiToms leading the season series 6-5, the Mustangs were able to even the series behind a grand slam from Matt Berler and a great outing from John Weber on the mound.
The freshman out of Texas made his eighth start of the summer for the Mustangs. In his last… Read More
The Mustangs capped off their week with a Sunday night game against Florence. It was the first game between the two clubs and it didn’t disappoint. In an exciting game the Mustangs got enough offense and huge performances out of the bullpen to lock down a 10-6 win.
The Redwolves sent Issac Rodgers to the mound against a Mustangs offense that had been coming on late. After a leadoff walk to Matt Berler, Rodgers gave… Read More
Martinsville hosted Forest City for the final time of the regular season. The Mustangs fell behind early for the second straight game but were able to rally. Behind a couple of three run innings Martinsville defeated the owls 7-5 for their third straight win.
John Weber made the start for the Mustangs. In his seventh start of the summer Weber struggled with his control early. After a scoreless first inning, Weber issued a leadoff… Read More
After a 7-3 win over Asheboro the night before, Martinsville traveled to Wilson for their only meeting with the Tobs on Thursday. After falling behind in the first inning, the Mustangs scored the next 15 runs to win 15-3.
Josh Vincent made his final start of the summer for the Mustangs. With a man on first, Shane Shepard doubled to open the scoring. An RBI single by Josh Ladowski made it 2-0 but Vincent would… Read More
The Mustangs hit the road to face Asheboro on Wednesday night. Behind an excellent pitching performance from James Nittoli and some big hits Martinsville was able to end their 10 game losing streak with a 7-3 win.
The Mustangs offense had really struggled over the course of the losing streak as they had not scored more than three runs in the previous eight games. The Mustangs took care of that statistic early.
Matt Berler… Read More