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Workman Watch: July 19 edition

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Former Bowie High School pitcher Brandon Workman will remain in the minor leagues with the Pawtucket PawSox through the weekend for his next start.
Workman is scheduled to start Saturday’s game against Buffalo, which will start at 5:05 p.m. Central Daylight Time.
The Boston Red Sox have established their post All-Star break rotation, which begins with a three-game set at home versus the Kansas City Royals.
Clay Buchholz pitched Friday night, followed by Rubby De La Rosa on Saturday and Jon Lester on Sunday. Boston travels to Toronto Monday when Jon Lackey gets the start, and Jake Peavy is set for Tuesday.
De La Rosa replaced Workman in the Red Sox rotation last week. Workman had lost his last three starts for Boston before his demotion.
Workman, a 2007 graduate from Bowie, has a 4-1 record in the minors this season with a 5.36 earned-run average. He has allowed 26 earned runs and 50 hits in eight starts, with 37 strikeouts and only 12 walks. Home runs have hurt Brandon, giving up nine of them in the minors.
It remains unclear when Workman will be promoted back to Boston.
For live scoring from Workman’s performance Saturday, log onto: http://www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t533.\

Former Bowie High School and current Pawtucket PawSox pitcher Brandon Workman. (Photo courtesy Boston Red Sox media relations)

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Interview with Bowie baseball players Carson Sanders (left) and Seth Hall following their win against Vernon on March 21, 2023.
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Nocona softball interview with Avery Crutsinger (left) and Abby Hill following their win against Saint Jo on March 20, 2023.
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Rodgers signs to Ranger College

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Bowie senior Nathan Rodgers signed his letter of intent to run at Ranger College on Monday.

Bowie’s Nathan Rodgers signed his letter of intent to run cross country and track at Ranger College.
The senior, who is the son of Ryan and Jessica Rodgers, has spent the past three years running on the varsity cross country team as one of its top runners. He helped the team win the district title in 2020 and has helped the Jackrabbits to team district runner-up finishes in 2021 and 2022.
While running in the regional meet the past three years, Rodgers had his best finish this past fall at 32nd.
Rodgers also played varsity basketball his senior year and helped the Jackrabbits make it to the regional quarterfinals.
“Ranger offered me quite a good deal,” Rodgers said. “The coach is a good one who will develop me and make me better. I already met some of my teammates so we already have that bond. All around it was just a good college.”

To read the full story, pick up a copy of the mid-week edition of the Bowie News.

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