Sports & Recreation

Jacksonville Reaches 20 Win Plateau

Jacksonville Reaches 20 Win Plateau

The Jacksonville Suns (20-19) once again shut out the Mississippi Braves (16-23), winning 5-0 behind a strong pitching performance by Joey O’Gara (3-1) at Trustmark Park on Tuesday night.

City Rescue Mission Seeks Community Support for Golf Tournament

City Rescue Mission (CRM) will host the third annual Champions Challenge Golf Tournament on Monday, August 29, 2011 at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach. The tournament raises money to fund programs and initiatives that help the homeless and needy in Northeast Florida get off the streets and back on their feet. City Rescue Mission does not receive any local, state or federal funding and is currently seeking supporting sponsors and tournament teams.

Suns Blank Braves 8-0

After being shut out in the first two games of the series, the Jacksonville Suns (19-19) returned the favor to the Mississippi Braves (16-22) with an 8-0 victory on Monday night at Trustmark Park.

4-1 Jacksonville Evens Series with Mobile

4-1 Jacksonville Evens Series with Mobile

Joey O’Gara (2-1) turned in his best outing of the season in front of 6,264 fans at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville on Thursday night, as the Jacksonville Suns (17-17) defeated the Mobile BayBears (19-13) by a score of 4-1 in the fourth game of the five game series.

Hand, Montz to be Honored before Friday Suns Game

Hand, Montz to be Honored before Friday Suns Game

The Jacksonville Suns will recognize two Southern League weekly award winners prior to Friday night’s game against the Mobile BayBears at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.

How to Get $5 Off Sharks Tickets This Week

Text Frenzy to 72239 you will receive a text back with $5 off any ticket for this week’s Sharks game vs. Iowa. You show the text message at the box office or call 904.621.0700 with promo code Sharks VIP. The game is this Friday May 13th at 8:00pm.

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BayBears Take Series Opener over Suns 6-5

BayBears Take Series Opener over Suns 6-5

The Jacksonville Suns (15-16) fell 6-5 in the opener of the series against the Mobile BayBears (18-11) in front of 4,217 fans at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville on a sunny Monday afternoon.