> People > Joey August The latest news from Live National Signing Day coverage, news on the latest college football commits, top prospects and analysis from Scout. College sports, NFL, hunting, fishing & more. > People > Joey August en-us Copyright © 2015 and All rights reserved. This website is an unofficial and independent source of news and information, and is not affiliated with any school, team or league. Wed, 25 Nov 2015 23:58:44 GMT > People > Joey August RSS Engine v1.1 (Server:CAMWEB01) 60 August Gets Help From Familiar Face SAVANNAH, GA - 2009 20th round pick Joey August did not just receive a great opportunity upon his assignment to Savannah, he got the chance to be reacquainted with former collegiate teammate Sean Ratliff. Now August is soaking in all he can from his Stanford ally as he navigates his first professional season. 2047 Matt Mauney Fri, 21 Aug 2009 00:29:00 GMT 1 228 NY Mets mets Scout Savannah Makes Roster Moves SAVANNAH, GA - As the calendar flips to July, the Sand Gnats made a number of roster moves that included recent draftees getting their first taste of the long-season leagues. The roster shakeup was headlined by reliever Josh Stinson returning to St. Lucie. 2047 Matt Mauney Thu, 02 Jul 2009 13:00:00 GMT 1 228 NY Mets mets Scout Q&A with Mets 20th Round Pick Joey August With their 20th round pick, the New York Mets selected outfielder Joey August out of Stanford University. August, a former teammate of Savannah outfielder Sean Ratliff, discussed his draft process, his strengths and his thoughts on playing in New York in a draft day Q&A with 2047 Ben Rouder Thu, 11 Jun 2009 15:14:00 GMT 1 228 NY Mets mets Scout Small Ball Surprise Wins in 13 The recent past has taught Stanford fans that nothing good comes of affairs with UC Davis. The worm turned, however, Tuesday night in the home finale at Sunken Diamond that lasted more than four hours. Sean Ratliff, the Cardinal's home run leader who had left the park earlier in the evening, stunned the Aggies with a two-out RBI drag bunt to dramatically win in the bottom of the 13th inning. 2047 Mike Eubanks Wed, 23 May 2007 23:50:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Sean Ratliff steps out of the batters box Scout Off the Schneid The season of Pac-10 perfect futility is over. After losing their first six conference series of 2007, and seven straight going back to the end of the 2006 season, Stanford Baseball on Sunday took the rubber game against Washington with a 10-7 victory. Six Stanford batters had multiple-hit games, with plenty of power at the plate. Starter Erik Davis gave up just one earned run in 6 2/3 innings. 2047 Mike Eubanks Tue, 15 May 2007 23:20:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Michael Taylor walks to the plate Scout Eighth Is Enough After letting Friday's game slip away, Stanford bounced back Saturday at Sunken Diamond with an 8-6 win over Washington that tied the series. The Huskies had the big stick on Saturday with four home runs, but Stanford strung together a big five-run eighth inning that broke up a 3-3 tie. Five Cardinal batters rapped multiple hits, while a sophomore notched his first save of the season. 2047 Mike Eubanks Sun, 13 May 2007 19:12:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Joey August connects for a single Scout Baseball Bounces Back in Reno Stanford Baseball did three novel things Tuesday: score throughout a game, pitch strong out of the bullpen and avoid imploding in the field. The result was a 9-4 victory at Nevada, ending the Cardinal's six-game losing skid. Two players had perfect days at the plate, and a third nudged his average briefly over .400. Junior David Stringer closed with two-hit shutout pitching the final five innings. 2047 Mike Eubanks Wed, 11 Apr 2007 20:02:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Brent Milleville singles down the right field line Scout Sloppy Defense Dooms Stanford Defensive struggles continue to plague the Cardinal. On Friday, Stanford committed three late-inning errors resulting in six unearned runs as USC mustered an 11-8 series-opening victory at Sunken Diamond. Offensively, Stanford rapped out 14 hits, but it wasn't enough to overcome the miscues in the field. Here is a complete game recap. 2047 Joe Ritzo Sat, 10 Mar 2007 07:14:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Adam Sorgi sets up defensively at third Scout Baseball Preview: USC The Cardinal have struggled mightily this season against ranked opponents with just one victory in six games. They'll get another shot at a top-flight club this weekend when the 20th ranked USC Trojans come to town for a three-game series. Stanford has won eight of their last nine overall while USC has claimed four straight series victories. Here is a preview of the non-conference tilt. 2047 Joe Ritzo Thu, 08 Mar 2007 00:22:00 GMT 1 18 Stanford stanford Jason Castro gets the sign from the dugout Scout One Run Enough In Shutout Of Cal Stanford appears to have found their ace. Freshman Jeffrey Inman, inserted into the top position of the starting rotation for this weekend, fired 7 2/3 dominant innings Friday night against the California Golden Bears. Inman allowed just three hits and struck out nine while David Stringer recorded the final outs for another save. The 1-0 win marked Stanford's sixth victory in a row. 2047 Joe Ritzo Sat, 03 Mar 2007 07:32:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Jeffrey Inman looks to the plate Scout Bullpen Delivers In Win Over USF The Stanford pitching staff has, for the most part, struggled on the road this early season. With a long stretch of home games now underway, the time is now for the Cardinal hurlers to get back on the right track. Tuesday night saw relievers Austin Yount and David Stringer fire eight scoreless innings to end the ballgame as Stanford posted a 4-1 victory over the USF Dons. 2047 Joe Ritzo Wed, 21 Feb 2007 06:04:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Austin Yount warms up Scout Cardinal Sweep Fresno State The weather didn't cooperate for most of the weekend, but Sunday did see Stanford and Fresno State do battle on the baseball field. In a completion of Saturday's suspended game, the Cardinal blasted the Bulldogs by a 9-2 score for their first victory of the season. Stanford then followed it up with a narrow 6-4 win for the sweep. Here is a complete recap of all the action with notes and stats. 2047 Joe Ritzo Mon, 12 Feb 2007 06:41:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford David Stringer looks for the sign Scout Baseball News And Notes On the heels of getting swept at Fullerton to open the season, it's been a busy week thus far on the Farm for the baseball squad. In this week's "News and Notes," read about Tuesday's practice game against rival Cal. Plus, a potential position change for a veteran player, injury updates, and much more. 2047 Joe Ritzo Wed, 07 Feb 2007 05:00:00 GMT 0 18 Stanford stanford Ryan Seawell at the plate Scout