DAVENPORT, IOWA (August 7, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits, playing as the Treasure Hunters for the first time this season, jumped out to a quick start and held on late for a 4-3 defeat of the Clinton LumberKings on Wednesday night at Modern Woodmen Park. Wilyer Abreu hit the first home-run of his professional career to collect his first three runs batted in on the campaign.

GENEVA, ILLINOIS (August 6, 2019) — In a series filled with low-scoring affairs, the Quad Cities River Bandits shut out the Kane County Cougars 1-0 on Tuesday afternoon at Northwestern Medicine Field to salvage a game in the set. The victor in all four games finished with a total of three runs or less. The shutout was the 18th of the season for the River Bandits, moving into a tie with Montgomery for the most in Minor League Baseball.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (August 5, 2019) — Canadian Pacific and the Quad Cities River Bandits have partnered to present free tickets for the Bandits game at Modern Woodmen Park against the Clinton LumberKings on Wednesday, August 7. This will be the third game of the 2019 season in which fans are welcome to attend a River Bandits game free of charge. Most recently, on July 31, the team played in front of nearly 4,000 fans who received free entry to the ballpark.

GENEVA, ILLINOIS (August 5, 2019) — The Kane County Cougars shut out the Quad Cities River Bandits for the third time in the 2019 season, winning 3-0 on Monday night at Northwestern Medicine Field. Luis Frias and Chester Pimentel combined to strike out ten and limit the River Bandits to just three hits in the contest. Quad Cities has scored 2 runs in the 29.0 innings played in the series.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (August 5, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits are, for the first time in franchise history, temporarily rebranding. For three nights this week, the team will be known as the Quad Cities Treasure Hunters. The uniforms they will be wearing for a three-game series August 7-9 against the Clinton LumberKings have been selected by Minor League Baseball as a candidate for the Golden Bobblehead Award for “Best Special Jersey.” The winner will be determined by online voting.

GENEVA, ILLINOIS (August 4, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits experienced déjà vu at Northwestern Medicine Field on Sunday afternoon. For the second straight day, they went to the tenth inning tied 1-1, failed to score in the top half, and lost in walk-off fashion 2-1 in the bottom half. This time, it was Dominic Fletcher hammering a one-out double into the left-field corner to score Nick Dalesandro with the winning run. The River Bandits have scored just 2 runs in the first 20 innings of

GENEVA, ILLINOIS (August 3, 2019) — Blaze Alexander has been a thorn in the side of the Quad Cities River Bandits all season long. The Kane County Cougars shortstop tormented the Bandits once again on Saturday night at Northwestern Medicine Field. He finished with four hits in the game, the final of which drove in the winning-run in the bottom of the tenth inning as the Cougars rallied for a 2-1 victory.

BURLINGTON, IOWA (August 2, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits scored three runs in the top of the ninth inning to finish a four-game sweep of the Burlington Bees with a 4-1 win on Friday night at Community Field. Alex Holderbach drove in the winning-run in the top of the ninth inning for the second straight night. The series sweep was the first of the second half for the River Bandits in a series that was more than two games in length.

BURLINGTON, IOWA (August 1, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits trailed the Burlington Bees 6-0 and had not registered a hit when the seventh inning began on Thursday night at Community Field. A furious comeback, capped by Alex Holderbach’s go-ahead ninth-inning home-run, propelled the Bandits to a 7-6 victory in one of their most impressive wins of the 2019 season.

DAVENPORT, IOWA (July 31, 2019) — The Quad Cities River Bandits scored four runs in two different innings to beat the Burlington Bees 8-3 in front of 3,819 fans on Wednesday night at Modern Woodmen Park. Three Bandits pitchers limited Burlington to just three hits. Starter Jose Bravo allowed one hit over 6.0 scoreless innings to earn his second win of the season.