Dean Toigo made his mark on the Big Train in 2023 and now he's ready to do the same after transferring from JUCO Cyprus College to the University of Oregon.
Four players from D-III/JUCO schools explain why their small school affiliations preapred them to shine bright in the Big Train's 2023 championship run.
The Bethesda Big Train took down the Alexandria Aces 7-3 to win their tenth Ripken League Championship to get revenge on the Aces who beat them in the LCS last year.
In a wild game in Alexandria, the Big Train outslugged the Aces to win game 1 of the LCS 16-10 and put them one win from another title.
The Big Train and Aces face off in a championship series rubber match after alternating wins and losses in 2021 and 2022. Read up on what to expect for 2023.
The Bethesda Big Train came back to beat Cropdusters Baseball 15-7 and is now set to play the Alexandria Aces in the League Championship Series.
The Cropdusters responded with their backs against the wall to beat Bethesda 5-3 in Game 2 of the LCS semifinals to force an all-or-nothing Game 3 showdown Tuesday.
In game one of the League Championship Series Semifinals, Jeffery Heard hit a game tying two-run home run in the 9th, and Casey Bishop had a walk-off single in the 12th as the Big Train won 4-3.
See a breakdown of the matchup between the Big Train and Cropdusters as they meet in the LCS Semifinals starting tonight!
Zeb Ruddell's college team just won a National Championship and he wants to help the Big Train win their own title and get in the LSU lineup for a potential repeat in 2024.
With the Ripken League North division already clinched, the Bethesda Big Train cruised to a crisp 6-0 win over the Alexandria Aces in the last game of the regular season.
In a must win game, the Bethesda Big Train beat the Silver Spring - Takoma Thunderbolts 11-8 and were powered by Dean Toigo's two home runs and five RBIs.
The Alexandria Aces stymied the Bethesda Big Train to win 3-2. Despite losing both games in the doubleheader, the Big Train still holds onto first place in the Ripken League North Division.
The Alexandria Aces took advantage of playing as the home team in game one of Tuesday's doubleheader, walking the Big Train off at Povich, 5-4.
The Bethesda Big Train retook sole possession of first place in the Ripken League North Division with a 6-3 win over Cropdusters Baseball in a game that was almost must-win.
In game one of a doubleheader with playoff implications, the Cropdusters jumped on the Big Train early and never trailed, winning 10-5.
After two straight losses, the Bethesda Big Train got back into the win column by crushing the Metro SOCO Braves 13-3 on Sunday.
The Bethesda Big Train lost sole possession of first place in their division after a 11-4 to the Gaithersburg Giants on Saturday night in a game that was only five innings due to rain.
After coming back to beat the Thunderbolts in game one, the Big Train get a taste of their own medicine as the T-Bolts rally to win game 2, 3-2.
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