The Charlotte Knights wrap up an eight-game road trip through New York with stops in Buffalo and Rochester before coming home Memorial Day for the Military Appreciation Game against Toledo, as part of an eight-game home stand against the Mud Hens and Rochester.
After losing the first two games of the series, the Knights battled back to win the final two games against the Louisville Bats. They did so with solid pitching and timely hitting. Charlotte (16-27) also received a great offensive showing from their backstop.
Josh Phegley roped a 1-2 pitch over the left field wall to give the Knights an impressive 5-2 comeback win over the Durham Bulls from Knights Stadium.
The Charlotte Knights will open their season at Knights Stadium for the 24th and final time Thursday night, but things will still have a distinct 1990s feel around the stadium
The Charlotte Knights, in their final season in Fort Mill before moving into a new stadium, will open at home April 11 against Gwinnett for two games and then host Durham for a four-game homestand.
Charlotte area media members took their hacks during a softball game organized as part of KnightsFest.
A job fair at Knights Stadium last week marks the final time the team will compile support staff in Fort Mill.
Members of the Charlotte Knights staff tended bar in Baxter Village recently to raise money for the Salvation Army.
The 2013 season – the Knights’ final one in Fort Mill – will be a blast, featuring 13 fireworks shows.
For the first time this season. the Charlotte Knights were swept in a series. Unfortunately for the Knights, the sweep was completed in the game that decided the International League title.
Charlotte Knights get past Indianapolis, move on to International League championship against Pawtucket
Joel Skinner’s simple approach helped guide the Charlotte Knights to the playoffs for the first time since 2006.
The Charlotte Knights are back in the playoffs after clinching the division title and now hit the road to begin the postseason in Indianapolis.
With an 8-game league in the International League South Division, the Charlotte Knights are now making playoff tickets available for purchase.
Former Knight Dewayne Wise was picked up by the Chicago White Sox and assigned back to the AAA club.