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Missions Bring the Rain Against the Rainiers “We’re not really competing against each other,” Tyler Saladino said. “But it makes it fun when stuff like this happens so we can go back-and-forth about it.” On a night where howling winds made Wolff Stadium a pitcher friendly ballpark, the San Antonio Missions (42-26) score four in […]

During a 140-game season breaks need to fall your way in order to have a successful season. On another windy Wolff stadium night, the Missions (43-26) took advantage of a massive mistake by the Reno Aces (29-39) and completed a comeback down to win 5-4. Bubba Derby climbed the mound for the Missions coming off […]

The bats got hot, and they got hot early. The San Antonio Missions (40-26), aka the Flying Chancals, opened a whole can of you know what on the Tacoma Rainiers (32-34) early in their second game against each other in their three-game series. The Tacoma Rainiers sent out Justus Sheffield to start game two. Sheffield […]

How To Beat the Heat in Texas Any native Texan (or southerner for that matter) knows that Texas summers are absolutely brutal. With numerous days that break 100 degrees and heat indexes being well over 100 degrees regularly, staying cool can be a struggle, especially if you do not have access to a personal or […]

The San Antonio Missions capped off one of their most successful months in team history by earning a series split against the Omaha Storm Chasers. (Side Note: Storm Chasers is a sweet team name. Shout out to the Royals and Omaha)   The first their four-game set featured the Missions transforming into their Flying Chanclas […]

Ahhhhhhh Minor League Baseball how I love thee.   Today was my first Mission’s game of the summer. For those of you that don’t know the Missions are San Antonio’s Triple A Baseball team, affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers. (Believe it or not I spelt Milwaukee right on my first try) As all minor league […]

As long as there is sweat can form on his head, as long as his temper can flare, and as long as there is a drop of blood on his veins, Gregg Popovich will lead our San Antonio Spurs to the playoffs.   This season was a success when you consider everything, We weren’t even […]

Chicken on a Stick is a San Antonio Institution. It’s simple, its delicious, and it comes with a jalapeno. There’s nothing about this food that I don’t like, that is until I had it at the Night In Old San Antonio (NIOSA.)   When you go to the St. Mary’s Oyster Bake, you get a […]

Derrick White.

Where to begin?   Lets start with a quick recap of Oyster Bake.   So for those of you who aren’t natives to the Alamo City, Oyster Bake is the Official Kickoff to the Fiesta Season here in town. Fiesta is a “10 Day” long celebration commemorating the defeat of Santa Anna and the Mexican […]

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