Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

The Ottawa Titans got their dream start to the Frontier League Division Series against the Quebec Capitales on Friday night, taking the first game of the best-of-three series by a score of 3-0. The catalyst for the win was a dominant performance on the mound from lefty Tyler Jandron, with a complete game shutout, striking… Continue reading Jandron Throws “Greatest Game” Bobby Brown Has Ever Seen In Titans’ Win Over Capitales

Titans Take Down ValleyCats as Rivalry Boils

It's clear that after a split in a four-game series, the Ottawa Titans and the Tri-City ValleyCats are not big fans of one another. On Thursday night, the benches cleared for the second time in as many nights, after Evan Grills plunked Carson McCusker, likely in response to McCusker's bat flip after a home run… Continue reading Titans Take Down ValleyCats as Rivalry Boils

Titans In Trouble After Double-Barreled Losses to ValleyCats

Since the All-Star break, the chase has been on. The Ottawa Titans, who once comfortably held onto the second place in the East Division had been sliding, and it felt like it was only a matter of time before one of the chasing teams caught them. Now, Ottawa has slid right out of a playoff… Continue reading Titans In Trouble After Double-Barreled Losses to ValleyCats

Kenny Williams Straddling the Line of Player and Coach

For the first time since July 8th in a game against the Empire State Greys, Titans' pitcher Kenny Williams returned to the mound on Thursday night, tossing one inning of shutout ball, striking out two. By the time Williams got into the game, it was already out of hand, with the New York Boulders getting… Continue reading Kenny Williams Straddling the Line of Player and Coach

Titans Win Thriller Over Miners to Hold Second Place

Locked in a 5-5 deadlock with the Sussex County Miners, the Ottawa Titans stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning needing just one run to hold onto second place for another day. With two outs and runners on first and second, Clay Fisher came up to the dish, and punched… Continue reading Titans Win Thriller Over Miners to Hold Second Place

Titans Drop Series to Wild Things, Struggles Continue

For the first time in a long time, the Ottawa Titans' win percentage dropped below .600, thanks to a series loss to the Washington Wild Things in front of the Ottawa fans. The Titans, despite being 3-7 in their past 10 games, still occupy the second spot in the East Division, but the gap to… Continue reading Titans Drop Series to Wild Things, Struggles Continue

Titans’ Coach Garrett Fisher’s Final Game in Ottawa Headlined By Brother’s Walkoff Single

With Jackie Urbaez standing on third base in a tie game with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning on Wednesday night in a game against the Washington Wild Things, Clay Fisher stepped up to the plate, looking to finish off a comeback win for the Ottawa Titans with a hit. There was… Continue reading Titans’ Coach Garrett Fisher’s Final Game in Ottawa Headlined By Brother’s Walkoff Single

Titans Earn Series Win In Water-Logged Rubber Match

By the time the third game of the Ottawa Titans series with the Lake Erie Crushers came to an end, you needed a canoe to play in the infield. Rain pelted down on Ottawa Stadium, as water filled the stands flooding the first row entirely only to escape onto the field and eventually down the… Continue reading Titans Earn Series Win In Water-Logged Rubber Match

Titans Swept by Capitales, Head For Much-Needed Break

At the unofficial midway point of the Frontier League season, the Ottawa Titans are on a season-high losing streak of five games, after dropping three consecutive games against the Quebec Capitales. With a 35-23 record, the Titans sit in second place in the East Division, but are now well back of the aforementioned Capitales in… Continue reading Titans Swept by Capitales, Head For Much-Needed Break

No More Moral Victories for Titans After Loss to Capitales

The Ottawa Titans clashed with the Quebec Capitales for the first time this season in their final series of the first half of the Frontier League season on Friday night, falling 6-4. Despite trailing 6-2 in the middle of the fourth inning, the Titans had a chance to win the game right until their final… Continue reading No More Moral Victories for Titans After Loss to Capitales