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SwampDogs “Score” End of Season Honor

The Coastal Plain League announced that Brandon Plotnick of the Fayetteville SwampDogs was named the 2016 CPL Scorekeeper of the Year. This was Plotnick’s fourth season with the SwampDogs and the third year the CPL has named a Scorekeeper of the Ye

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All-Star Summer in Review

For the past 16 summers, the Fayetteville SwampDogs have provided great baseball at family affordable prices. Each year, fans witness one of the nation’s highest levels of collegiate summer baseball. Living up to the motto; “Where Baseball is Fun&

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SwampDogs Drop Twin Bill in Edenton

The Fayetteville SwampDogs made the east coast road trip to Historic Hicks Field, but dropped back-to-back contests in the twin bill against the Edenton Steamers on Saturday night. SwampDogs fall to 18-34 overall and 8-17 in the CPL East division. Steame

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SwampDogs fall to RedWolves

The Fayetteville SwampDogs traveled south of the border to Sparrow Stadium on Sunday evening and fell to the Florence RedWolves by a final score of 8-4. The ‘Dogs have now concluded their 2016 road schedule. Fayetteville is now 18-35 overall and 8-18 i

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SwampDogs Drown Sharks

Fayetteville SwampDogs right fielder AJ Gallo (Towson) led the ‘Dogs offensive attack going three-for-four with two RBIs. A terrific crowd of over 2,000 Faynatics packed the stands at The Swamp on Fan Appreciation Night to see the hometown SwampDogs kno

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SwampDogs Fall to Salamanders

Holly Springs, N.C. — Fayetteville SwampDogs catcher Jack Conley (NC State) finished two-for-three on the evening with a solo home run, single, and a run scored. However, the ‘Dogs fell to the Holly Springs Salamanders by a score of 14-3 on the road a

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History is Made at The Swamp

Fayetteville, N.C. — For the first time in the history of baseball as well as the 20-year history of the Coastal Plain League, all nine players in the SwampDogs lineup played all nine positions. However, the matchup between the Kernersville Bulldogs a

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Historic Baseball First to Take Place Saturday

Nine players, nine positions, nine innings. A historic baseball first will take place on Saturday (7/30) when nine players on the Fayetteville (NC) SwampDogs each play all nine field positions in the course of a nine inning game. “Our motto is ‘Where

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SwampDogs Win Third Straight Over Sharks

Fayetteville, N.C. — Fayetteville SwampDogs reliever Pat McGinn (Anne Arundel CC) came in relief of the starting pitcher Mike Austin (UMBC) and tossed six innings of shutout baseball with five hits and three strikeouts. He also claimed his first victory

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