The Hudson Valley Renegades begin the most important homestead of the year on Monday night against the Tri-City Valley Cats. At 37-27, the Renegades sit just three games behind the Staten Island Yankees in the McNamara division of the New York-Penn League. With just 12 games left in the season, this seven-game homestead will go a long way in deciding where the Renegades land. Just a little less than a
The Hudson Valley Renegades, Class A Short Season affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays, fell to the Aberdeen IronBirds by the score of 9-4 on Saturday night. The IronBirds, the Baltimore Orioles' affiliate, took advantage of a struggling Renegades bullpen, scoring eight runs in the game's last three innings. The start of the game was pushed back nearly an hour due to rain, but that didn't stop the home fans from
The No. 4 overall pick in this year's MLB Draft, Brendan McKay, will be making his professional debut with the Hudson Valley Renegades. The 21-year-old out of the University of Lousiville just signed a record-setting $7,007,500 bonus with the Tampa Bay Rays. McKay was one of the best college players in recent history during his time at UofL, and many scouts considered him the best college player in this year's Draft.