The St. Joseph Mustangs kept their season alive with a nail biting 6-5 victory over the Joplin Outlaws on Friday at Phil Welch, opening the door for a win-or-go-home championship game on Saturday.
The St. Joseph Mustangs offense has been nearly unstoppable over their last five games. That run continued in a 13-2 win over the Carroll Merchants on Friday night at Phil Welch Stadium. The Mustangs have scored 42 runs over their last five games.
The St. Joseph Mustangs shut out the Chillicothe Mudcats in their last meeting of the regular season, winning 11-0 in seven innings on Thursday at Phil Welch.
The Mustangs defense stood firm to close out their 5-2 victory over the Chillicothe Mudcats on Wednesday at Phil Welch. The Mustangs didn’t allow any extra-base hits, and they threw 10 strikeouts across four pitchers.
The Mustangs won their second consecutive game defeating the Sedalia Bombers 5-1 Sunday night at Liberty Park Stadium.
The St. Joseph Tenderloins defeated the Jefferson City Renegades 11-3 at home Saturday night, ending a 3-game losing streak.
The Clarinda A’s came into Phil Welch Stadium on Thursday sporting one of the best pitching staff’s in the MINK League. The A’s pitching staff showed why in a 4-0 win in a battle between the North’s top two teams.
CLARINDA, Ia. — The Mustangs fell 8-3 to the Clarinda A’s on Monday at Clarinda Municipal Stadium, allowing four unearned runs defensively and striking out 13 times at the plate.
Will Dryburgh scored the walk-off run on a wild pitch in the final inning of the Mustangs’ 4-3 victory over the KC Monarchs on Friday at Phil Welch, bringing them to a season record of 23-9.
The St. Joseph Mustangs ended the month of June with some memorable games and moments and have carried the success into the month of July. The goal is three straight MINK League championships and right now, the team is feeling confident in their play.
The St. Joseph Mustangs defeated the Sedalia Bombers 9-8 on a walk-off RBI single on Monday at Phil Welch Stadium.
The St. Joseph Mustangs defeated the Chillicothe Mudcats 13-3 in just seven innings Sunday night at Phil Welch Stadium.
The St. Joe Mustangs (19-8) welcomed the Clarinda A’s (18-8) to historic Phil Welch Stadium on Saturday for a battle as not only the top seed in the North Division, but the overall best team in the MINK League.
Despite being unable to hold off the Des Moines Prospects in regulation, the St. Joseph Mustangs won 7-6 in extra innings on Friday at Phil Welch with a 2 RBI walk-off single by Jack Wagner.
The St. Joseph Mustangs were pleased with the start and finish to Thursday night’s 9-4 win over North Kansas City. Trevor McCollum led the Mustangs offense with four RBI and two stolen bases.
The St. Joseph Mustangs rebounded from a poor start, scoring six unanswered runs in the final three innings to beat the Jefferson City Renegades 6-5 on Tuesday at Phil Welch.
Despite going scoreless in the first five innings, the St. Joseph Mustangs were able to find their offensive rhythm late to fend off the Clarinda A’s Monday night, winning 5-4 at Phil Welch Stadium.
The St. Joseph Mustangs fell to the Jefferson City Renegades on the road 4-2 Sunday night.
First baseman Karl Koerper led the charge in the St. Joseph Mustangs' 4-2 victory over the Carroll Merchants on Saturday at Phil Welch, going 3-for-5 at the plate and leading the game with three RBIs.
Valentino Salgado didn’t want the moment to be too big. He just knew he didn’t want it to be like the first two.
Mustangs pitcher Camden Lutz has kept his St. Joseph roots true and choosing to play for his local summer baseball team was important to him.
The St. Joseph Mustangs faced a tall task when making the hour-plus trek to play the Clarinda A’s in an intradivision showdown Tuesday evening.
The St. Joseph Mustangs were held without a run over the first seven innings Sunday night in Joplin, Missouri, falling 4-1 to the Outlaws.
The Mustangs connected for only three hits in a 3-2 loss to the Des Moines Prospects on Friday at Phil Welch.
The St. Joseph Mustangs are off to a strong start this season with a huge part of the success coming from a core of local players.
The St. Joseph Mustangs allowed six runs in the first inning, and a comeback attempt came up short in a 13-9 loss Tuesday at the Sedalia Bombers.
The St. Joseph Mustangs struggled at the plate in their 11-7 loss to the Des Moines Prospects on Friday at Phil Welch, connecting for just four hits over nine innings.
The Mustangs achieved their second run rule victory of the week, beating the Wellington Heat 12-1 in seven innings on Thursday at Phil Welch.
As with most, the passion began at a young age. For Brady Holden, the push came from a father who passed that love for baseball down to him.
Maybe it was something he had for breakfast that morning. Maybe he was still riding the high of graduating from Savannah High School on May 22. Whatever it was, it worked for Tyson Hilsabeck.
The St. Joseph Mustangs fell 5-3 to Clarinda on Wednesday at Phil Welch on Opening Day, despite leading the A's through the first eight innings.
Fans young and old showed up to Phil Welch Stadium Tuesday evening in advance of the 2022 season opener for the St. Joseph Mustangs.
The Saint Joseph Baseball Hall of Fame will grow in size in 2022.
Ky Turner is a self-proclaimed “Disney nut.” It’s even translated into his new role as owner of the St. Joseph Mustangs.
The Mustangs are breaking down barriers for a night in June, as the team will feature its first ever female coaches.
On select nights during the 2022 season, the St. Joseph Mustangs will look a little different.
After years of success and winning league titles, the St. Joseph Mustangs will embark on a new era with a new owner.
After 13 years at the helm of the revitalization of summer baseball in St. Joseph, Dan Gerson announced a change in ownership this week — selling the team to Ky Turner.
The St. Joseph Mustangs have released their schedule for the 2022 season.
For more than a decade, Ky Turner has done nearly every job imaginable for the St. Joseph Mustangs. Now, he can add a new title to his name.
From Arrowhead Stadium to Maryville, inside and outside of St. Joseph city limits, the sports scene in 2021 made for a historic and electric year. Here are 2021's top of the 10 stories in NWMO sports:
Against all odds, the St. Joseph Mustangs are the 2021 MINK League Champions.
The Mustangs never saw first place in the North Division this season, and for a majority of the season — they were never close. But as the postseason neared, the team kept the mindset that everything changes in a one-game playoff. St. Joseph proved that in a postseason in which they trailed …
SEDALIA, Mo. — For the second straight night, the St. Joseph Mustangs didn’t back down.
When catcher Jaxon Himel stepped up to the plate with the game tied in the ninth inning of the St. Joseph Mustangs’ North Division Championship Tuesday night, he said he knew what he was looking for.
For the St. Joseph Mustangs, the ninth time was indeed the charm.
The St. Joseph Mustangs came into Monday night’s playoff game against the Chillicothe Mudcats having struggled to drive in runs offensively. The Mustangs struggled to find offense for most of the night, but came away with an MINK North Wild Card Game win with four runs over their final two t…
The St. Joseph Mustangs didn’t come into Saturday night’s regular season finale with winning being the main goal. The Mustangs clinched the No. 2 seed in the MINK North playoffs Friday, so Saturday’s 6-2 loss to the Des Moines Prospects was used as a night for some starters to rest before Mo…
The St. Joseph Mustangs came into Thursday night’s doubleheader with the Clarinda A’s crawling across the regular season finish line. The A’s finished the continuation of their previous game with a 7-1 win. The Mustangs’ pitching staff held Clarinda to just three runs in the second game but …
In his second season with the St. Joseph Mustangs, Brady Holden feels right at home.