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Ketz to Join THE U Uclick TV Staff as on Air Talent

Press Release: We are happy to announce that Jason Ketz is joining our staff . Jason will do play by play, studio production, host shows and much more at our new studio in Hy-Vee Arena . One of Jasons jobs will be the voice of the Chillicothe Hornets, he will call Football, Soccer and Softball this fall plus all the other sports in winter and spring as well. Other duties will be reporting on sports story's for us in KC area St. Joe and all the way up to Chilli. Make sure to like jason on Facebook and twitter. @jasonketz or email him Bio: Jason Ketz is excited to be joining U-Click TV full-time after being named the voice of the Kansas City Bulldogs of the Midwest Footb

Kansas City T-Bones with a 9 game home stretch over 10 days

Kansas City T-Bones with a 9 game home stretch over 10 days. Some of the promotion coming up are Replica Jersey Giveaway Night! Hat Giveaway thanks to Sheet Metal Local No. 2! and First Responders Night brought to you by FOX 4 News Kansas City Form more info go to or call (913) 328-2255

Hudson Homers Twice as Renegades Mercy-Rule Griffons

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - As is customary in the MINK League, all league opponents play each other six times throughout the course of the regular season. With around twenty days left of the MINK season, the Renegades (19-15, 15-15) welcomed the Nevada Griffons for the first time this year to Ernie Vivion Field. The Griffons wore out their welcome in a hurry. Leadoff man Connor DuPuy tripled on the very first pitch of the game, immediately putting pressure on Renegades starter Kaden Helsel. But a two out single from Domonique Hernandez drove across the game’s first run. Renegades leadoff hitter Logan Hudson one-upped Nevada’s effort, homering to begin the bottom of the first. The home run was one

Renegades Tame Mustangs in Walk-Off Win

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The Renegades (18-14, 14-14) have been on the losing side of a couple of heart breakers thus far to the Mustangs (17-16, 14-15), and after the Mustangs put up a three spot to take back the lead in the top of the eighth - the home faithful feared they were headed down the same road. But as the Renegades have done all season long, they never relented. The first three hitters in the bottom of the ninth reached base safely, setting the stage for the Renegades best hitter statistically this season – Logan Hudson. Down just a run at this point in the final frame, Hudson sealed the deal for the Renegades with two outs no less, sending the home crowd home happy. Jeff City recei

Mustangs Outlast Renegades in Slugfest

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The St. Joseph Mustangs (17-15, 14-14) are known for their prowess in the MINK. After going 1-5 against them in their inaugural season, the Renegades (17-14, 13-14) have completely changed their perception in St. Joe – having already bested them twice in three tries. The two teams have been incredibly competitive, and tonight was every bit as advertised as the Mustangs finally edged out an 11-10 win. The Renegades opened the scoring early, as Logan Hudson led off the game with a home run to the opposite field. Complimenting the offensive effort was Matthew Wade, who got off to a good start facing just one over the minimum through his first two innings pitched. The Musta

Mizzou Softball Player Regan Nash 1st women to Play in The Mink

University of Missouri Softball Team player Regan Nash made history last night as the first women to play in the MINK Baseball League for the St. Joseph Mustangs at #HistoricPhilWelch stadium. It was a big night for her from start to finish with interviews, signing autographs, and all the nerves that come with the historic outing. I saw one little girl waiting patiently with baseball in hand while Regan finished her post-game interview. You could see the joy in that little girl's face after she got her baseball signed. Regan was an inspiration to all girls out there wanting to do more when she stepped out on to the ball diamond last night. #SCTop10 #SCnotTop10 @SECnetwork

Renegades Light Up Legends on Fourth of July

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - In the final non-MINK League game of the year, it was important for Renegades Head Coach Mike DeMillia’s crew to gain some confidence heading into three game sets with St. Joe and Nevada. That’s exactly what the Renegades were able to do tonight, recording three-run innings in both the fourth and the seventh. Jefferson City (17-13, 13-13) kicked the scoring off quickly in the first, due in part to a leadoff triple by Justin McIntyre. He was doubled home just two batters later by Mike Million. After jumping out to a 4-0 lead by the start of the fifth, the Renegades appeared to be on their way to a comfortable victory, but after three walks in a row, the Mid-MO Legends we

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