Rise Up Right Sports Highlights with Andre ‘theTorch’ Robinson

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Buffalo Bisons

The Herd have been stampeding in the wrong direction as they have fell to sixth place in the AAA East division with a 46 and 44 record. The Bisons are a minus 10 in the runs scored versus runs against category. As I stated, earlier in the year when this team was in first place, I stated that the Bisons did not have a first place feel baseball team. Consistency has been a major issue for the Buffalo Bisons this season whether it’s their pitching or offensive output during baseball games. In order for the Bisons to get back to the top of the East division they will need to put it forth a consistent effort on both ends. This will be a difficult task as Jeff Ware has become the interim manager of the Buffalo Bisons. Recently the Toronto Blue Jays announced that Buffalo Bisons manager Casey Candaele has been promoted to the Blue Jays ball club as interim bench coach. Last week The Buffalo Bisons shut out the Rochester Red Wings 1-0 in their fight back to the top spot in the East.

Buffalo Sabres

The Buffalo Sabres have been super busy in the offseason as the 2022-2023 NHL season approaches. The Buffalo Sabres this past week moved a plethora of players to new teams.. •Colin Miller was signed by the Dallas Stars on a 2-year $1.85 million contract. •Goalie Dustin Tokarski got a one year, $775,000 contract from the Pittsburgh Penguins. •Goalie Aaron Dell also got a one-year $775,000 contract from the San Jose Sharks. •John Hayden will become a Seattle kraken as he received a one-year $750,000 contract. •Marcus Johansson joined the Washington capitals on a oneyear 1.1 million dollar deal. •The New York Rangers acquired Jaroslav Halak for oneyear, $1.55 million dollar deal. •The Buffalo Sabres also signed a few players as well…. Victor Olofsson resigned with the sabers on a 2 year $4.75 million deal. The Sabres forward scored 49 points and tied his career high of 20 goals last season. •The Sabres also signed Lawrence Pilut to a one-year contract worth $750,000.

The next Rise Up Right Article will dive into the Buffalo Sabres draft picks. Other Sports News •The Portland Trail Blazers have won the NBA Summer League title for the second time in three years.

•The Buffalo Bills training camp started Sunday July 24th at 9:45 a.m. and will continue all the way till August 11th. We are closely approaching to the NFL preseason. What rookies will stand out in training camp?

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