This afternoon’s game was canceled due to bad field conditions; therefore, the Red Wings ended last night with a loss against the Worcester Red Sox and finished the season with a record of 67-81.
In other news, the Red Wings announced that Washington Nationals outfielder Andrew Stevenson was named the team’s 2022 MVP and MPP as voted by the fans.
Stevenson spent the majority of the 2022 season with the Rochester Red Wings and led the team in hits, doubles (31), triples (9), walks (46), and ranks second in homers (16). His 152 hits are tied for first in the International League, just one behind Durham’s Miles Mastrobuoni. Should Stevenson finish the season in the first place, he’d be the first Rochester Red Wing to do so since Matt Hague’s 149 hits led the IL in 2017
Only two other Rochester Red Wings have led the International League in hits since 19989, Jose Herrera’s 163 hits in 2000 and Matt Hague’s 149 in 2017.
In the coming weeks, we will have a full recap of the Rochester Red Wings season up on the site.