Knights pitcher Carlos Rodon leaves game after taking line drive to forehead
Chicago White Sox pitcher Carlos Rodon, on a rehab start with the Charlotte Knights, had to leave the game after getting hit by a line drive to the forehead from Norfolk's D'Arby Myers on May 24. Rodon had six strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings of action.
The Charlotte Knights honored Negro League Baseball Tuesday night by welcoming former players Eddie "G.G." Burton, Luther "Luke" Atkinson, Sam Allen, Bill Cathcart and Carl "Satch" Forney. Also Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem Vi Lyles proclaimed it Negro
Former Atlanta Brave Tony Cloninger Sr. is still the only pitcher in MLB history to hit two grand slams in one game. Still, the North Carolina native wants to be remembered for more than just one game.
Former MLB pitcher Luis Tiant was the special guest at BB&T BallPark on Wednesday for the Charlotte Knights vs Pawtucket Red Sox game. Tiant spoke with the media about Knights second baseman Yoan Moncada, injuries to pitchers today, Cuba and being