Lookouts

Smokies double up Lookouts, 8-4

Tennessee's four-run second inning puts Chattanooga in a deep hole.

Pitching coach Danny Darwin made just one trip to the mound to talk with Chattanooga Lookouts starter Alberto Bastardo.

The Chattanooga Lookouts insist they're not paying attention to the Southern League standings this early in the season.

The Chattanooga Lookouts score two runs in the bottom of the 9th inning to beat the Tennessee Smokies 4-3.

Jesus Castillo allowed four hits and one run over seven innings in another stellar start as Chattanooga beat Huntsville 4-2 to clinch the series and improve to 10-10.

The Chattanooga Lookouts squared their Southern League baseball series in convincing fashion Tuesday night with a 12-3 win over the Stars.

Look out for 'Killa'

Robinson was a hit facing Lake Elsinore mascot

Chattanooga Lookouts center fielder Trayvon Robinson became a top-10 prospect for the Los Angeles Dodgers after a 2009 season in which he routinely displayed speed and strength.

Jesus Castillo picked up his first win of the season Friday, pitching seven scoreless innings in the Chattanooga Lookouts' 6-1 defeat of the Montgomery Biscuits in front of a sellout crowd of 6,438 at AT&T Field.

As an 11-year veteran of the minor leagues, Chattanooga Lookouts third baseman Corey Smith believes his job is to help the team whenever and however he can.

It was a top of the morning for the bottom of the order.

The Chattanooga Lookouts continue their early-season bout with prosperity.

KODAK, Tenn. -- A four-run ninth inning wasn't enough to keep the Chattanooga Lookouts from losing for the sixth time in seven games Saturday night, 8-6 to the host Tennessee Smokies, but the tying runs were on base.

KODAK, Tenn. -- The Chattanooga Lookouts did not score five runs in any of their first seven games but erupted as the first four batters -- Dee Gordon, Elian Herrera, Trayvon Robinson and Andrew Lambo -- combined for 11 hits and nine runs scored in an 11-7 win Friday night against the Tennessee Smokies.

Engel turns 80

<strong>Summerville's Williams recalls opener in 1930</strong>

The famous names who played at Engel Stadium are easily recoginized.

KODAK, Tenn. — The Chattanooga Lookouts tallied a season-high 15 hits Thursday night, but that wasn’t enough to stop a fifth consecutive defeat. They lost 8-4 to the Tennessee Smokies.

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