LAKE ELSINORE – Luis Castro hit a big home runs, but the JetHawks lost a late lead and fell to Lake Elsinore, 4-3, Monday evening at The Diamond in the final game of 2019. Lancaster wraps up the season at 68-70, the team’s first losing record since 2011.
Lake Elsinore (38-32, 73-65) scored an early...
LANCASTER – As has been the case many times in 2019, Luis Castro led the way for the JetHawks as they took down the Inland Empire 66ers, 12-2, Wednesday night at The Hangar. Castro hit a pair of home runs and drove in five as the JetHawks kept their playoff hopes alive.
It did not take long for Castro...
LANCASTER – The Lancaster JetHawks opened their final series of the First Half with a bang, beating Inland Empire, 13-6, in front of a sellout crowd of 4,769 at The Hangar Wednesday night. The JetHawks set season-highs with 18 hits and nine extra-base hits.
Luis Castro put on a show in front of the...
LANCASTER – Lancaster JetHawks first baseman Luis Castro was named the California League’s Uncle Ray’s Player of the Month for May, Minor League Baseball announced Wednesday.
Castro led the league with nine home runs, 22 RBI, 30 runs scored and a 1.156 OPS for the month.
Castro, 23, also led...
LANCASTER – Lancaster infielder Luis Castro was named California League Player of the Week on Tuesday for the games played from May 20—26. Castro is the first JetHawk to win a weekly honor in 2019.
In six games, Castro hit .421 (8-for-19) with three home runs, nine RBIs, ten runs scored and seven...
LANCASTER – After losing a three-run lead in the ninth inning, the Lancaster JetHawks came back from down three in the eleventh and beat Rancho Cucamonga, 13-12, on Todd Czinege’s walk-off home run.
Luis Castro (pictured above) hit three home runs, including the game-tying blast in the final inning.
LANCASTER – The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes were too much for Lancaster to handle Wednesday night, as the JetHawks fell, 18-8, at The Hangar. The 18 runs and 18 hits were the most allowed by the JetHawks in a game this year.
Rancho Cucamonga (24-16) scored in all but two innings. Eight of nine starters...
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