It’s a good thing the Buffalo Bisons have already clinched the Northeast Division of Triple-A East, because the team is now on its longest los…
Brett Phillips walkoff HR vs. Detroit gave the Rays an 8½-game lead in the AL East.
The Bisons earned the Northeast Division crown thanks to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's loss at Lehigh Valley.
Major League veteran Gregory Polanco set the tone early with a two-run double in the first inning and a homer with a man on base in the third …
The pen gave up a couple of solo home runs, but came through in the Herd’s 5-4 triumph in the opener of a six-game series.
The Willie Hutch Jones Educational and Sports Program will participate in Pitch Hit & Run, the official skills competition of Major League…
The Bisons open the final series of the regular season Tuesday in Rochester.
Colon, 32, has had a solid year for the Herd, entering the weekend at .266-15-50.
A quartet of Buffalo relievers combined to throw hitless ball and retire 12 of the final 13 men Friday night to preserve an 8-5 victory over t…
Smith, 25, is almost certainly going to be named the Bisons' most valuable player this season.
A six-run inning followed by a well-timed downpour were just what the Bisons needed Thursday night to make history in Sahlen Field.
Victory No. 10 enabled the Bisons to tie the longest winning streak in their modern Triple-A era.
"The long-delayed ceremony to induct the Yankees captain was highlighted by his classy speech that was classic Jeter," writes Mike Harrington.
The Bisons won all seven of their games last week in their showdown series at Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and kept their momentum going Tuesday at S…
On Monday, the Herd (64-41) sat alone in first place with a five-game lead over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (59-46).
The Bisons scored three times in the top of the 11th inning with the help of some daring baserunning and defeated Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 9-6 fo…
There was The Flip. The Dive into the stands. The Mr. November home run. The 3,000th Hit Home Run. And many, many more, Harrington recalls.
Buffalo 8, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 4, 1st game
An 11th-inning replay review allowed the Giants to beat the Dodgers in their series opener.
Buffalo 1, Scranton-WB 0