Wojahn To Compete In WCL Home Run Derby

The WCL All Star Break is here and that also means it is time for the home run derby. Each team in the WCL gets one representative from their team to compete. This year the Portland Pickles representative will be Connor Wojahn from Clark College. Wojahn sees the majority of his time this summer at 1st base and in the designated hitter role and is hitting .136 in WCL play, but in some non-league action is hitting .333 where he also has a home run and a handful of RBI’s. The participants will each get 10 outs. Any ball made contact with and that does not end up as a home run is considered an out. Batters will alternate between players representing the North Division and South Division. The players with the most home runs from each the North and South will advance to face each other in the final round.

The 2019 West Coast League All-Star Game Home Run Derby is set for Monday, July 22nd at Vince Genna Stadium in Bend, scheduled for 6:35 pm.


Pickles Win Absolute Thriller To Sweep The Bells

The Pickles win streak will once again live to see another day, and on this night it continued in dramatic fashion. In what can only be defined as a slugfest of a baseball game that saw 26 total runs, and four different lead changes. The biggest of those lead changes came in a 5 run bottom of the 8th. Pickles entered the inning trailing by a score of 12-9, an Alex Lambeau RBI single cut the lead to 12-10, followed by an RBI single by John Jensen to make it 12-11. Game Skoro was able to beat out a double play ball to tie the game at 12 and set the table for Kyle Manzardo. Manzardo lined a two strike pitch to RF to knock in two runs and give the Pickles their final lead at 14-12. Pickles had a big offensive night, led by Kyle Manzardo who was 2-4 with 4 RBI, and John Jensen who was 2-3 with two RBI of his own. Pickles will hit the road for a weekend series up the road in Ridgefield starting tomorrow.


K Parade: Pickles Strike Out 18 Batters To Take Game Two

Portland came into tonights game riding an 8 game win streak, fueled by good pitching and timely hitting. Tonight was no different, as Portland pitchers were able to strikeout 18 Bellingham batters in route to a 7-3 victory in game two. Brad McVay kicked things off with 4.2 innings in the starter role where he was able to notch 10 of those 18 strikeouts. Justin Kelly followed suit with 6 strikeouts in 2.2 innings of work out of the pen including stranding the bases loaded in the top of the 5th. Offensively the Pickles were paced by a 3-4 day for Davis Delorefice with an RBI. and Darius Perry, who went 2-4 with two RBI including a home run in the 8th. Alex Lambeau also notched his first home run of the summer. Pickles will go for the sweep over the Bells tomorrow night, first pitch at 7:05


First Ever Tattoo Night At The Walk Is A Success

INKBUS Tattoo Artist in action

INKBUS Tattoo Artist in action

Tuesday marked the first Tattoo Night at Walker Stadium and the best fans in the WCL proved once again that they are deserving of that title. There was a large amount of sign ups and fans were receiving Pickle themed tattoos from four o’clock all the way up until the end of the game. Fans had three Portland Pickle themed tattoos to choose from and there was a good showing of all three options. Pickles fans once again showed that they are the ultimate fans by sporting the Pickles in a unique way, and making this night such a special event.

For more information, check out this news article:


Portland Pickles Logo Tattoo

Portland Pickles Logo Tattoo

Raise The Chair Tattoo

Raise The Chair Tattoo

Raise The Chair Tatto activeated when a chair is raised

Raise The Chair Tatto activeated when a chair is raised

Portland Pickles Hat Tattoo

Portland Pickles Hat Tattoo

Pickles Extend Win Streak With Victory Over Bellingham

The Pickles win streak will live to see another day as they got a series opening victory over the Bellingham Bells, in a crucial second half series for both teams. It was nothing but zeroes on the board until the bottom of the third inning when the Pickles broke it open with a 4 spot, highlighted by RBI knocks from Kyle Mansard and Davis Delorifce. The pitching was once again on point for Portland as KC Hunt, Calvin Schapira, Christian Ciuffitelli, and Pat Hubbs combined to only surrender one run on four hits along with nine strikeouts. KC Hunt recorded the win in the starting role, his first of the summer. The Pickles will be back in action tomorrow night against the Bells, first pitch at 7:05


Pair of Pickles Pitchers Heading To WCL All Star Game

As the second half of the West Coast League season begins to take off that means its time to honor the summers all stars at the WCL All Star Game. This year the Pickles will send two pitchers to Bend to represent the team and compete amongst the WCL’s best. Titus Groeneweg and Connor Thurman have both had excellent summers in a Pickles uniform and will be rewarded for their efforts with an all star game berth. Groeneweg on the summer has thrown 22.1 innings and only surrendered 21 hits, 2 walks, ad has an ERA of 1.61. Thurman on the other hand has thrown 6.2 innings primarily in the closer role. He has 3 saves and has an ERA of 2.70 along with 9 strikeouts. The All Star Game will take place in Bend, OR on Tuesday, July 23rd, first pitch at 6:35

Connor Thurman. Photo by: David Shenson

Connor Thurman. Photo by: David Shenson

Titus Groeneweg Photo by: David Shenson

Titus Groeneweg Photo by: David Shenson

Tattoo Tuesday Coming To Walker Stadium July 16


All of the fans of Walker Stadium have always sported their hometown Portland Pickles by wearing jerseys, hats, t-shirts, etc. This coming Tuesday though, fans will have a different and unique way to sport the Pickles, as INKBUS TATTOO will be on site offering FREE Portland Pickles tattoos exclusively at Walker Stadium. If you consider yourself the ultimate Pickles fan you won’t want to miss out on this opportunity, age 21 and over only.


If you want a free Portland Pickles tattoo, all fans will be asked to line up at 3pm sharp.

Intern Rory will personally sign people up to a 15 min appointment from 3 to 9pm.

  • If we have more fans than times, we will start a waiting list

  • Each person tattoo’d will need to sign a waiver upon confirmation

  • Tattoo’s will begin at 4PM - and end at 9PM

  • Fans cannot be under the influence of alcohol. Please wait until after.


  • Portland P Hat: Inspired by the hats our Pickles players wear. A classic look!

  • Chair: Inspired by the famous run scoring celebration, this is a unique, can’t miss option. Ink will be in blue or black.

  • Dillon: Inspired by pickle himself, Dillon T. Pickle. Iconic mascot? Perfect choice.

Note: Tattoos may not be exactly as pictured.

Pickles Complete The Sweep Over San Francisco on Dillon's Birthday

Walker Stadium saw their beloved Portland Pickles extend their win streak to seven games, as they defeated the San Francisco Seals 6-3 in the final game of a three game series. The win gave the Pickles their first three game sweep of the seasoned it couldn’t come at a better time as they are getting into the thick of their summer. In a game where the Pickles did a hockey style line change of subs in the 6th inning, leading to 16 different players getting an at-bat in this game, as they pounded out another 6 runs on 9 hits. The Pickles were led by a pair of 2-2 performances from Everett Lau and Alex Lambeau, they each had an RBI a piece as well. Nate Fleischli recorded the win on the mound and Tim Post was able to nail down the save. The Pickles will be back in action on Tuesday as they host the Bellingham Bells, first pitch at 7:05.


Pickles Offense Dominates Again In Game 2

The Pickles offense rode the momentum from last nights thrilling victory right into game two, as they pounded out 17 hits and 14 runs in route to a 14-4 win. Every starter in the Portland Pickles lineup registered at least one base hit, and 10 total pickles recorded a base knock. The Pickles were led by Jon Burghardt who went 3-5 with a whopping 7 RBI’s, including two home runs. John Jensen and new Pickle Thomas Rudinski joined in on the home run train as well. Starter Michael Perzan got the win on mound striking out three over three innings. Pickles will complete the series with the San Francisco Seals tomorrow, first pitch at 5:05.


Worth The Wait: Lau Walks It Off In The 12th Inning

The Pickles ended Friday night matchup with the San Francisco Seals the same way they started it, with a ball being blasted over the left field fence at Walker Stadium. The first of the night was a leadoff home run off of the bat of John Jensen, 12 innings later, Everett Lau finally put an end to an excellent, competitive ballgame by smashing a three run walk off home run for a 5-2 score. The Pickles also got excellent pitching up and down tonight as Titus Groeneweg, Christian Ciuffetelli, Justin Kelly, Trent Bixby, Connor Thurman, and Daniel Naughton combined for 10 strikeouts over the 12 innings while only surrendering 5 hits and 2 runs. Pickles are back in action tomorrow night for game 2 against the San Francisco Seals, first pitch at 7:05


Pickles Bats Explode In Final Game Against Australia

The Pickles offense got off to a hot start and never looked back in route to a 15-2 win in their final game against the World Baseball Showcase Colts. Pickles used a couple big innings such as a 6 run third inning and a 4 run fourth inning to jump out to a 10-1 lead. The Pickles were led on offense by a perfect 5 for 5 day for Kyle Manzardo that led to 3 RBI as well. Alex Shanks led the RBI count of the night and got it all in one swing with a grand slam in the bottom of the fourth inning that ultimately broke open the game for Portland. Pickles are back in action tomorrow night, beginning another non league affair with the San Francisco Seals, first pitch at 7:05


4th Annual PickleFest Set For July 13th

Baseball, Beer, Music, and Pickles…Picklefest is back at Walker Stadium and better than ever!

PickleFest is a beer and music festival happening right here at Walker Stadium.

Here is the link to buy tickets and be sure to select the 20$ ticket option to ensure your access to PickleFest.


If you already purchased a game ticket and would like to upgrade to a PickleFest ticket, call 503-775-3080, email info@portlandpicklesbaseball.com, or come to Walker Stadium early to upgrade for an additional $10.

The ticket package will include: Ticket to PickleFest, a souvenir pint, 4 taster tickets, access to the pregame concert, and a berm ticket to the 7:05 game.

There will also be Burgers and Hot Dogs available for PickleFest fans right outside the PickleFest area.

2:00 - Gates and Beer Tents Open

3:30 - Dogheart Performance

4:30 - The Black Tones Performance

5:30 - Speedy Ortiz Performance

7:05 - First Pitch vs. San Francisco Seals


Pin It To Win It Night Presented by Voodoo Doughnut

Pin it To Win It Presented by Voodoo Doughnut AND Rockin’ the Walk presented by Lazarus Naturals

Come Join us on Friday, July 12th, for a one of a kind Pin Collection Event.

The first 300 guests will receive a commemorative Pin Set and fans are welcomed to travel around Walker Stadium and collect all of the different pins available. irst person to collect all pins from around the park show your collection to Zeke on the Northside party deck. First 3 people to show off ALL the pins will receive a special Jon Ryan bobblehead presented by the legend himself

This is the first of a three game series, California Vs. Oregon! The San Francisco Seals travel up north to visit Walker Stadium. Gates open at 5:35.

Rockin the Walk is the Pickles new Friday night pregame concert series. Each concert is free of charge with your game ticket. Artists are curated in collaboration with local music magazine, Vortex. Performances will take place in the left field berm area at 6:00pm. The Featured Performer for this edition of Rockin’ the Walk is Lee and The Bees

  • Lardo K Pin: Inspired by our “Keeper of the K’s” Ron. Catch him out beyond the Left Field Fence.

  • Brine Time Pin: Inspired by our on field hosts, and duo behind the Brine Time Podcast, Jake & Jeremiah. Catch them walking around the concourse keeping the fans involved.

  • Atlas Pizza Pin: Inspired by our sponsors Atlas Pizza, catch them in the Bunker on the concourse.

  • Chair Pin: Inspired by our run scoring tradition. Get those chairs up in the air when the Pickles score and keep an eye out for this pin throughout the stadium.

  • Portland Pickles Pin: A must have, the classic Portland Pickles Logo will be available at Walker Stadium.

  • Baseball Pin: Inspired by the game that brings us all together, available at the ball park.

  • Deschutes Pin: Inspired by our sponsors Deschutes Brewing. Check out our Deschutes Bar and Deschutes Party Plaza down the Right Field Berm

  • Dolphin Noise Pin: Inspired by everyones favorite ball park sound. Be sure to listen closely during the game for the dolphin noise, and get your pin here at Walker Stadium

  • Voodoo Doughnut Pin: Inspired by our sponsor of the night and Portland’s own Voodoo Doughnut, check out there featured doughnut truck and try the special Pickle themed doughnut.


Voodoo Doughnut x Portland Pickles Doughnut Collab

  • Voodoo Doughnut Truck on site selling doughnuts

  • Peanut Butter…Pickles…Sriracha

  • You won’t want to miss out on this one of a kind treat

Soccer City USA Night Presented by The Toffee Club

Soccer City USA night presented by The Toffee Club

 Tickets : HERE

On Thursday, July 11th, The Pickles want to pay homage to the game that has often dubbed the city, Soccer City USA. The Pickles will play against international opponents from Australia!

In celebration of the Women’s World Cup Champions, Portland Timbers, and Portland Thorns, the Pickles are teaming with The Toffee Club, a local favorite, for this first of its kind event. 

Check below for the fun things we’re doing:


  • Pickles players will wear soccer-inspired jerseys

  • Bid on game worn Custom Pickles jerseys, which will help raise money  for the 107ist, which supports the Timbers Army and Rose City Riveters- Winners get to go onto the field after the game to meet the player and get their jersey

  • Wear your favorite jersey to display in mid game parade

  • Giveaway: Pickles soccer scarves will be given out to the first 600 fans in attendance

  • First “Kick” by Timber Joey of the Portland Timbers

  • Patch giveaway prizes for wearing soccer jerseys to fans

  • Themed mini-games in between innings

  • FIFA soundtrack throughout stadium

  • Special Beer on Draft by Away Days Brewing


Bring the entire family and celebrate America’s pastime, and nod to our incredible soccer culture in PDX.


Tickets can be found HERE


Pickles Bats Explode To Win Series Over Yakima

The Pickles had scored a total of two runs in the first two games of their series with the Yakima Valley Pippins but the script was flipped in the final game. The Pickles set season highs in runs scored and hits in an 11-4 win, which led to a series victory as well. Seven of the ten Pickles who came to the plate in this game drove in a run, highlighted by a three run home run by Everett Lau in the bottom of the 4th inning. It was a team effort all around as every eligible Pickle batter tallied at least one hit in this game. The starter Michael Perzan got the win on the mound and Gabe Skoro led the way with three hits on the night. Pickles will take Monday night off before jumping into a stretch of non-league games Tuesday night at 7:05.


Portland Rallies To Win Extra Innings Thriller

It was deja vu all over again leading into the 9th inning, a pitchers duel that had resulted in a 1-0 Yakima Valley lead. Two teammates at Cal St. Fullerton starting pitchers were going toe to toe on the mound as Titus Groeneweg surrendered just three hits and an unearned run over six innings, while his teammate and college roommate Joe Magrisi surrendered one hit and no runs along with 12 strikeouts. The bats remained quiet for the Pickles until Chase Luttrell promptly deposited a ball over the left field fence to leadoff the inning and tie the game. Joey Morris hung a up a huge zero in the top of the 10th, which set the stage for a Pickles victory. Jonathan Kelly led off the bottom of the 10th with a line drive double to left, and instead of playing small ball the Pickles opted to let John Arndorfer swing the bat. That would end up paying huge dividends as Arndorfer shot a rocket down the third base line to score the winning run. Arndorfer also led the way with two hits on the night. Pickles will be back in action for the rubber game of this series tomorrow night, first pitch at 5:05.


Pickles Drop Pitching Duel In Game One

Pitching, pitching, and more pitching was the story in this one as a lone run in the top of the 8th inning led to the 1-0 win for the Yakima Valley Pippins. For the Pickles Bradley McVay got things going on the bump by tossing five scoreless innings with three strikeouts and only surrendering one hit. Jack Noble followed that up with two scoreless innings of his own with three strikeouts as well. Both pitchers worked out of a scenario of runners at first and second base and nobody out in their outing as well. The Pickles were only able to scratch three hits across that came from the bat of Austin Lively, Chase Luttrell, and KC Hunt. The Pickles will be back in action tomorrow morning with a double header Saturday with game one at 1:05 and game two coming at you at 7:05


2050 Pickles Dominate on Future Night

The year was 2050 and the 23 time WCL Portland Pickles were back taking on their long time rivals the Corvallis Knights. These two teams have had many great games in the past but tonight was the Pickles night. In a game full of wacky futuristic rules, the Portland Pickles eventually won the 7 inning game by a score of 11-3. Despite Corvallis having the advantage with the power balls, the Pickles were able to turn a conventional 6-4-5 double play, with the batter having to run to third base after putting the ball in play. Daniel Naughton got the win on the mound, while the combo of Alex Lambeau and Gabe Skoro nailed down the win in the 7th. Johnathan Kelly, despite the crowd chanting for him to utilize the new bunt rule, unloaded on a ball and sent it back to 2019 to lead the Pickles on offense. The Pickles will return to the year 2019 tomorrow night as they begin a WCL series against the Yakima Valley Pippins, first pitch at 7:05

Photo by: David Shenson

Photo by: David Shenson

Pickles Drop Final Game of Series to the Knights

The Corvallis Knights rolled into Walker Stadium as the hottest team in the league and that stood true again in this one as they defeated the Portland Pickles 10-3. Knights scored two in the 1st inning and three in the 2nd inning and never looked back. Christian Ciuffetelli was a bright spot on the mound as he threw four scoreless innings of relief and had five strikeouts. John Jensen led the way for the offense by knocking in all three runs of the game with one swing on a home run in the bottom off the third inning. Pickles will be back in action tonight at 7:05 as them and the Knights will travel to the year 2050 for a special exhibition game.


Perzan Receives Pitcher of the Week Award

Michael Perzan was honored for his efforts over this last week by receiving the Moss Adams Pitcher of the week award in the West Coast League. “For Perzan, he joins Titus Groeneweg as the second Portland hurler to earn Pitcher of the Week honors this summer. The southpaw tossed ten scoreless innings while surrendering just two hits this past week. So far this season he is 2-0 with a 2.45 ERA in five appearances for the Pickles”

As a freshman this spring he went 1-0 in seven outings for Grand Canyon.

WCL Media Contact: Chris King, WCL Director of Online Communications

Email: king.christopher@live.com