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Mike Ohlman rounded first and the swarm immediately engulfed him. The Bisons' dugout emptied, and Ohlman ran into shallow right field to try and evade his teammates. Teoscar Hernandez had just sprinted across home standing up, veering left to join the mob. Such a celebration has happened sparsely at Coca-Cola Field this season. Fifth-place Buffalo trudged through abysma…

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For the first time since a 7-5 win against Pawtucket on May 19, the Bisons played extra innings at home. Buffalo had only played five total extra-inning games before Sunday, and that 13-inning win against the Red Sox almost three months ago was its only victory. With Mike Ohlman's walk-off RBI single to left that drove in Teoscar Hernandez from second in the bottom of t…

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Roemon Fields stood on first base, already knowing what he was going to do. He knew Ben Lively's leg kick. He knew exactly when he was taking off. He knew he'd make it to second. Fields has mastered the art of stealing bases for Buffalo. His seventh-inning swipe was his league-leading 34th of the year for the Bisons, who lead the league with 113 stolen bases. More than …

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The Buffalo Bisons' situation looked perilous on Saturday night. They had the lead, but Lehigh Valley was threatening. The IronPigs had runners on second and third and two outs. Logan Moore stood at the plate with his team trailing by one. A Jon Berti gaffe earlier in the inning opened the door for the IronPigs to take advantage, and Bisons southpaw Tim Mayza fell behind i…

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After taking two of three from division-leading Scranton/Wilkes Barre this week, the Bisons (48-64) returned home and banged out eight runs on nine hits in a dominant 4 1/2-inning, rain-shortened 8-2 win over second-place Lehigh Valley (67-45). Second baseman Jon Berti turned a slick double play to end the top of the fifth during a torrential downpour to make the game offi…

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Back from the Triple-A All Star break and the Buffalo Bisons suffered more of the same results. The Herd dropped a 6-1 decision to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders at Coca-Cola Field Thursday night. The bright spot for the Herd was center fielder Roemon Fields. Hitting in the lead-off spot, Fields had two hits and a walk while making an athletic diving catch in the …