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Bandits donate $5,000 to American Legion

River Bandits owner Dave Heller (left) presents check to American Legion Post 26

The Quad Cities River Bandits have donated $5,000 to the Davenport American Legion. River Bandits owner Dave Heller presented a check for the full amount to Post 26 Monday. The donation will be used by the Legion for building repairs and roof improvements.

Wisconsin edges Bandits in series opener

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A ninth-inning run sank the Quad Cities River Bandits in a 2-1 pitcher's duel loss to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers in front of 6,839 fans on Friday night at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits' final home series begins August 31

The Quad Cities River Bandits return to action on Wednesday, August 31 for the final three home games at Modern Woodmen Park in 2016. The series between Quad Cities and the Kane County Cougars with fireworks after every game and awesome specials.

Quad Cities drops finale to Cougars

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The Quad Cities River Bandits fell into a nine-run hole with the help of a six-run sixth inning and could not come back, dropping the series finale 9-3 to the Kane County Cougars on Sunday afternoon in front of 3,456 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Vargas' gem forces rubber match

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The Quad Cities River Bandits could not find an answer for Emilio Vargas, who struck out a career-high 17 batters in a 4-2 win for the Kane County Cougars on Saturday night in front of 3,967 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

River Bandits open series with big win

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Hector Roa tied the game with a home run in the third and the Quad Cities River Bandits never looked back en route to an 8-2 series-opening victory over the Kane County Cougars on Friday night at Modern Woodmen Park.

Errors bite Bandits as Clinton walks off

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Two throwing errors in the ninth inning by the Quad Cities River Bandits helped the Clinton LumberKings tie the contest and set up a walk-off single for Dalton Kelly as Clinton took a 4-3 victory at Ashford University Field.

Replica ballpark highlights homestand

The Quad Cities River Bandits return to Modern Woodmen Park on Friday, August 19 for a three-game home series with the Kane County Cougars. The homestand is jam-packed with awesome promotions, including fireworks, and a replica ballpark giveaway.

Bandits earn series split with big frame

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Stephen Wrenn tied the game in the first with a solo-homer and the Quad Cities River Bandits added four more runs in the second on the way to a 6-2 win over the Burlington Bees on Tuesday night in front of 3,247 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Kyle Tucker sends Bandits to win in extras

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Dexture McCall doubled and Kyle Tucker drove him home with a single to send the Quad Cities River Bandits to a walk-off 2-1 win over the Burlington Bees on Sunday afternoon in front on 2,998 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Long ball downs Bandits in series opener

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The Quad Cities River Bandits fell behind early giving up a four-run first, and could not come back in a 6-1 loss to the Peoria Chiefs on Wednesday night at Dozer Park in the series opener.

Joe Maddon bobblehead kicks off homestand

The Quad Cities River Bandits return to Modern Woodmen Park on Saturday, August 6, for a four-game homestand against the Burlington Bees featuring several awesome giveaways.

Bandits fall behind early, drop series finale

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The Quad Cities River Bandits fell into a 9-0 hole before finding the scoreboard in the sixth, but could not complete the comeback and dropped the series rubber match 10-4 to the Peoria Chiefs in front of 5,241 fans on Friday night at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits even series in walk-off fashion

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Dexture McCall homered in the ninth to force extra innings and Kristian Trompiz singled home Myles Straw in the 11th inning as the Quad Cities River Bandits walked off an 8-7 victory over the Peoria Chiefs on Thursday night.

Rough ninth spoils Quiala's career-night

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he Quad Cities River Bandits and Peoria Chiefs traded home runs in the middle innings, but a six-run ninth downed the Bandits 8-2 in a series-opening loss on Wednesday night in front of 2,715 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits comeback falls short in finale

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The Quad Cities River Bandits scored three runs in the seventh to cut a 4-0 deficit to one run, but could not complete the comeback in a 4-3 loss to the Bowling Green Hot Rods on Monday afternoon in front of 2,251 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits walk off wild game in extras

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The Bandits rallied in extras to take a 6-5 walk-off victory over the Bowling Green Hot Rods in 14 innings in front of 4,168 fans at Modern Woodmen Park on Sunday night.

Long ball helps Bandits to dominant win

Dexture McCall knocked a homer and drove in four runs in Quad Cities' 9-3 win on Saturday. (Courtesy Sean Flynn Photography)

Home runs from Randy Cesar, Dexture McCall, and Pat Porter helped the Quad Cities River Bandits thrash the Bowling Green Hot Rods 9-3 in the series opener on Saturday night in front of 4,539 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Duarte's four-hit night fuels Bandits

Osvaldo Duarte went 4-for-4 with two runs and two RBI. (Courtesy Sean Flynn Photography)

Osvaldo Duarte knocked four hits, including two doubles, drove in two runs, and scored twice in a 6-4 comeback win over the Dayton Dragons on Wednesday night at Modern Woodmen Park.

Wrestling legend headlines homestand

The Quad Cities River Bandits return to Modern Woodmen Park on Wednesday, July 20 for nine games over ten days against two Midwest League East division foes and the Peoria Chiefs.

Jose Hernandez dazzles in 4-1 win

Jose Hernandez struck out six while not allowing an earned run over seven innings. (Courtesy Sean Flynn Photography)

Behind starter Jose Hernandez, the Quad Cities River Bandits held the Clinton LumberKings to just one unearned run and cruised to a 4-1 victory to earn a series-split on Monday night in front of 2,109 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Big innings sink River Bandits

Hector Roa went 3-for-4 with three RBI in loss to Clinton. (Courtesy Sean Flynn Photography)

The Quad Cities River Bandits gave up an eight-spot in the sixth inning and four runs in the ninth in a 12-5 loss to the Clinton LumberKings on Sunday night in front of 4,328 fans at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits shutout on Saturday night

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The Quad Cities River Bandits' offense went quiet in a shutout 3-0 loss to the Clinton LumberKings at Modern Woodmen Park on Saturday night. The Bandits stranded the bases loaded in the ninth to finish off the loss.

Bandits come back twice to take series

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The Quad Cities River Bandits took a 3-2 lead in the fourth, but let the lead escape and rallied in the eighth to take a 5-4 series-clinching win over the Beloit Snappers on Thursday night at Modern Woodmen Park.

Bandits' bats fall quiet in shutout loss

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The Quad Cities River Bandits notched five hits, but could not plate a run in a 2-0 shutout loss to the Beloit Snappers on Wednesday night at Modern Woodmen Park.