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  • Willie Wood cannot wait for DSGO

    Monday, Jul 4 at 12:10 AM

    The Dick's Sporting Goods Open is just six days away, so we continue our way through previous champions. Today we hear from 2012 winner, Willie Wood. He provides insight on how to have success at En-Joie, as well as his feelings about the PGA Champions tournament.

  • Casey Bailey on B-Sens fans

    Casey Bailey is extremely grateful for the chance the Senators are giving him, and the support he's received from the fans in Binghamton.

  • Home runs highlight doubleheader split

    The Binghamton Mets used four home runs to cruise by the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 9-2, in game one of the doubleheader before falling by a final on 12-5 in game two, Saturday night from NYSEG Stadium.

  • Fred Funk fired up for DSGO

    Another former winner is returning to Endicott for this year's tournament, Fred Funk. He won the B.C. Open back in 1996. This year he has placed in the Top 25 in 3 of 4 events he's played.

  • Mike Sullivan set for DSGO

    ENDICOTT (WBNG) - With the Dick's Sporting Goods Open inching closer and closer by the minute, we caught up with the 1994 B.C.

  • Murphy Smith on BU baseball

    BINGHAMTON (WBNG) - Former Binghamton Bearcat and 2009 America East Pitcher of the Year, Murphy Smith, is having a homecoming of sorts at NYSEG Stadium this weekend.

  • Bailey back with the B-Sens

    The Ottawa Senators made six moves yesterday that will impact their AHL-affiliate, the Binghamton Senators. Five one-year, two-way contracts and one two-year, two-way contract. One of the players signed is forward Casey Bailey.

  • Lagares back to Mets, Reyes still with B-Mets

    After splitting two games against New Hampshire last night. Jose Reyes is sticking around for more, while Juan Lagares is rejoining the New York Mets.

  • B-Mets flex muscles in doubleheader split

    The Binghamton Mets thumped the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 10-4, in game one of the doubleheader before falling 11-5 in game two, Friday night.

  • Smith's advice for Bunal and Gamache

    The former 13th-round pick in 2009, Murphy Smith, is now joined in the professional baseball ranks by two more former Bearcats. Mike Bunal, a 17th-round pick by the Colorado Rockies this year and Reed Gamache, a free agent signing by the New York Mets.

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