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Less than Truckload shipping company in Fresno, CA

Statistics from the US Department of Transportation show more than 700,000 registered motor carriers are traversing our highways and roads. These trucks, which can be packed with everything from bricks and stone to dog food and grocery items, keep thousands of American businesses afloat. For business owners shipping these products across the country, precise planning and high-level tracking are required. But with increasing rates and a wide range of delays to overcome, overseeing a shipment of LTL freight is easier said than done.

For overworked business owners, managing multiple shipments can seem impossible in today's freight landscape. But the reality is that many businesses rely on less-than-truckload shipments to keep their doors open. When these shipments are compromised, their business is too. But there's a viable solution: LTL freight brokers in Fresno, CA like RelyEx provide reliable solutions to common LTL shipment problems, eliminating the stress and worry of LTL shipping.

With more than 30 combined years of LTL experience and a solutions-oriented team, RelyEx is your go-to choice for streamlined, efficient LTL shipping services. To understand the true value of RelyEx's less-than-truckload shipping options, it helps to understand first what LTL shipping is and why it's used.

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LTL Freight Shipping Fresno, CA

ShippingThe Basics of LTL Freight Shipping

In the freight industry, LTL stands for "less-than-truckload." It is a widely-used method of transportation for smaller shipments that don't require the space of a full truckload. In an LTL shipment, several customers' loads are placed onto one truck, which helps reduce how much it costs to ship those products.

In fact, if your freight doesn't fill an entire trailer but weighs 150-15,000 lbs., LTL freight shipping in Fresno, CA, may be the most efficient, cost-conscious way to transport your products. That's because, in an LTL setup, you're only paying for the space your freight takes up. LTL shipping companies like RelyEx optimize LTL loads by choosing the most efficient routes at the best rates so your cargo gets to where it needs to go without any issues.

Business owners often choose LTL freight services in the following circumstances:

  • When freight is dense, large, or bulky
  • Freight exceeds a weight of 150 pounds
  • Crated or palletized shipments
  • When freight passes through distribution centers and local terminals
  • When a cost-effective freight solution is needed
  • When an entire tractor-trailer isn't needed for shipments

When it comes to LTL delivery options, there are a lot to choose from. But not every LTL broker is created equally. Some LTL companies do not have the tools or technology to track your shipments and optimize your routes. In worst-case scenarios, they may not be insured or reliable. If you're looking for an experienced LTL carrier that exceeds expectations with time-tested strategies and innovative technologies, look no further than RelyEx.

DifferenceThe RelyEx Difference

With more than two decades of experience in LTL operations, our team utilizes the power of GlobalTranz to compare rates across hundreds of approved carriers in the blink of an eye, while also providing the most cost-effective options for moving your freight. When you choose RelyEx for LTL shipping, you can leverage our expert team to handle your shipments. You can also manage the process yourself via GTZShip, which is Globaltranz's user-friendly management system. With GTZShip, you can access and compare LTL shipping rates, track your shipments, and manage your financials, all from one intuitive platform.

When it comes to LTL freight in Fresno, CA, clients trust their products with RelyEx for many reasons, including the following:

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Industry-Leading Rates

Because GTZShip keeps outsized freight available, it can negotiate the best LTL rates on your behalf. Our clients can access these extra-low rates in one of two ways:

  • Work directly with our team of LTL shipping experts
  • Book your freight directly through GTZShip

Regardless of the option you choose, RelyEx's knowledgeable customer care reps will cover all of your LTL shipping options, so you can make an informed shipping and purchasing decision for your freight.

No-Cost LTL Freight Management Technology

Yes, you read that right - in addition to giving you access to industry-leading rates, RelyEx's partnership with GTZShip gives you full management of your freight. We're talking about access to reporting, tracking, and much more. This extensive visibility is essentially a one-stop shop for everything related to the status of your freight.

Unlike some LTL shipping software, this system requires no contracts or signup fees, making it simple to provide quotes and book immediately when you're ready. Whether you use GTZShip directly or rely on our team to book your freight, your company will always have access to this free technology.

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Commitment to the Customer and Quality

While it's true that RelyEx provides customers with the best rates and technology in the LTL industry, we go above and beyond the normal call of duty. Why? Because we strive to treat your shipment as if it's our most important one. Put simply, we put a lot of time and effort into making sure we do things right the first time around. Our fierce commitment to the customer and to quality protects not only your reputation, but your bottom line by preventing lost customers and sales.

RelyEx excels at LTL shipping because we are:

  • Proactive problem solvers
  • Reliable partners who manage your LTL freight from beginning to end
  • Partners with strong vendor relationships
  • Attuned to client needs, with 30+ years of combined experience on the client side
  • Committed to accuracy, promptness of information, and transparency with every transaction

From dedicated LTL solutions to transactional relationships, RelyEx is here to help. Unlike other LTL companies, we get the job done right with customer-focused service, industry expertise, and Globaltranz's industry-leading Transportation Management System.

Expertise and Reliability When You Need It Most

Our dedicated team of LTL specialists provides you with the best freight visibility available, whether you need a few shipments a week or you need hundreds. In order to do so, we communicate with carriers throughout the entire shipping process, so you know your items are delivered on time. Though rare, if we spot an issue, we'll provide you with an alternative solution immediately.

Plus, if you have large quantities that need to be shipped, our team is happy to provide you with customized reporting for free. That way, you can access at-the-moment updates and important shipment documentation with a few clicks or taps.

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Popular Methods of Shipping LTL Freight in Fresno, CA

Depending on where and how often you ship LTL freight, your broker may choose a regional or national LTL carrier. Regional carriers often service a group of states within a region. National carriers have a larger footprint and can often eliminate the need to use several carriers for your shipments. RelyEx has the infrastructure and strategies for all of your LTL shipping - contact our office today to learn more about your options.

Though regional and national carriers are different, they often use similar models for shipping. Two of the most popular types of shipping methods include hub and spoke distribution and LTL consolidation.

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What is Hub and Spoke LTL Freight Shipping?

In this traditional model, your shipments go through a network of warehouses, terminals, and hub facilities where your products are grouped with other shipments. Your freight then travels to local "spokes" (or terminals), where they are delivered. If you need to ship freight over short distances, this model may be a good choice to consider.

Some common benefits of the hub and spoke model include:

  • Economical and efficient
  • Improved pickup times
  • More regular delivery times
  • More visibility and easy tracking
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What is Consolidated LTL Freight Shipping?

LTL consolidated shipping is a model where LTL carriers bring several shipments from different shippers to a final destination. Instead of using hubs and spokes along the shipping route to bundle freight and move cargo, LTL consolidation works by taking multiple shipments and turning them into a single truckload. This truck then makes multiple stops, where your products are delivered.

Some of the most common benefits of LTL consolidation include:

  • Less freight handling
  • Good for fragile or large freight
  • Fewer claims
  • Less cargo damage
  • Cost-effective pricing

At RelyEx, our goal is to expertly manage the movement of your freight so you can focus on your core business. With more than 20 years of combined experience with LTL freight shipping in Fresno, CA, our team can select the most efficient and cost-effective model for your needs. That way, you can accomplish your day-to-day tasks while we handle the heavy lifting and any logistical challenges.

An LTL Shipping Partner You Can Trust

At RelyEx, we believe that trustworthy, comprehensive, and streamlined LTL shipping options are better for your business. And for us, what's better for your business is better for ours. That's why, when it comes to LTL shipping, we work tirelessly to ensure every aspect of your freight experience is embedded excellence. We take this unique approach because our management were once customers like you. They were people who, for one reason or another, had to deal with frustrating and often unsolved shipping and logistics challenges. Today, we take pride in solving those challenges and only partner with carriers who match our high standards.

If you're looking for an LTL company in Fresno, CA that prioritizes customer service, strong communication, and proactive thinking, we're here to help you avoid delayed shipments and missed expectations.

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12-year-old college graduate is youngest in California school's history, receives 5 degrees

FULLERTON, Calif. -- A 12-year-old has set a new record at Fullerton College as its youngest graduate.Clovis Hung said his goal was inspired by a 13-year-old in 2020, who was previously the youngest graduate at the school."I also wanted to be the youngest graduate. I didn't expect to beat him," Hung said.Hung took on the title Monday with five associate degrees in tow and a sixth planned for next year.The school's Director of Campus Communications, Lisa McPheron, said Hung came to campus as a special-adm...

FULLERTON, Calif. -- A 12-year-old has set a new record at Fullerton College as its youngest graduate.

Clovis Hung said his goal was inspired by a 13-year-old in 2020, who was previously the youngest graduate at the school.

"I also wanted to be the youngest graduate. I didn't expect to beat him," Hung said.

Hung took on the title Monday with five associate degrees in tow and a sixth planned for next year.

The school's Director of Campus Communications, Lisa McPheron, said Hung came to campus as a special-admit student at just 9 years old.

"We're an open-enrollment institution and students that are K through eight - so before graduating high school - they can actually come to Fullerton College under a special process called special admit," McPheron said.

Hung said he's busy, but still makes time to be a kid.

"I play basketball five days a week and sometimes a whole week because I have games. I also play games like Minecraft and Roblox and I also have Civil Air Patrol and Boy Scouting," Hung said.

His other passions include his pets and travel.

For instance, the history buff was excited to take a break this summer for a trip to the Middle East. He shared a picture of himself in front of a pyramid in Egypt.

He admitted that adjusting to learning in-person on a college campus wasn't easy. Support from his professors and classmates helped push him through.

"When I had questions, I asked them and if they had questions, they'd ask me. They treated me like a little brother," Hung said.

As for the future - Hung had his eyes set on careers in aerospace engineering, piloting or pediatrics.

He also shared with Eyewitness News the person helping him most along this journey.

"I'd say my mom because she's encouraged me a lot. She's my little secretary," Hung said.

His mom, Song Choi, beaming with pride, turned to the words of the late Steve Jobs to help guide her son.

"Stay hungry, stay foolish and one more - always be humble to learn," Choi said.

Clovis was scheduled to walk Saturday at the college's 108th commencement ceremony.

Abortion pill case moves to appeals court, on track for Supreme Court

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Lawyers seeking to preserve pregnant women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion got pushback Wednesday from appellate judges with a history of supporting abortion restrictions.A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over whether the Food and Drug Administration approval of mifepristone should be revoked more than two decades after it was granted. The case is likely to wind up at the Supreme Court, which already intervened to keep the drug avai...

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Lawyers seeking to preserve pregnant women’s access to a drug used in the most common method of abortion got pushback Wednesday from appellate judges with a history of supporting abortion restrictions.

A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals heard arguments over whether the Food and Drug Administration approval of mifepristone should be revoked more than two decades after it was granted. The case is likely to wind up at the Supreme Court, which already intervened to keep the drug available while the legal fight winds through the courts. The high court’s decision came after a Texas-based judge revoked the drug’s approval.

Biden administration attorney Sarah Harrington opened by calling U.S. District Judge Matthew Kacsmaryk’s April 7 ruling an “unprecedented and unjustified attack on the FDA’s scientific expertise.”

“I hate to cut you off so early, but you said, `unprecendented’,” Judge James Ho said, referring to an unrelated case that was argued Tuesday. “We had a challenge to the FDA just yesterday.”

“Yes, but I don’t think there’s ever been a court that has vacated the FDA’s determination that a drug is safe to be on the market. … It’s not a court’s role to come in and second-guess that expertise,” Harrington told Ho, who was appointed to the court by former President Donald Trump.

There is no precedent for a U.S. court overturning the approval of a drug that the FDA has deemed safe and effective. While new drug safety issues often emerge after FDA approval, the agency is required to monitor medicines on the market, evaluate emerging issues and take action to protect U.S. patients. Congress delegated that responsibility to the FDA — not the courts— more than a century ago.

Arguments Wednesday went on for two hours, with Harrington and Jessica Ellsworth, an attorney for Danco Laboratories, telling the panel that the doctors and groups who brought the lawsuit did not have a right to sue because they failed to prove they have been or would be harmed by the approval of mifepristone. Their claims that they would be forced to treat people who suffer complications from mifepristone — perhaps even completing abortions when the drug fails — are “speculative,” Harrington said.

All three judges seemed skeptical of that argument.

“It just strikes me that what the FDA has done in making this more available … is you’ve made it much more likely that patients are going to go to emergency care or a medical clinic where one of these doctors is a member,” said Judge Cory Wilson, another Trump appointee.

Harrington disputed that, saying mifepristone is extremely safe, rarely results in complications, and that doctors could cite their conscience and refuse to participate in procedures.

But Erin Hawley, an attorney arguing for the anti-mifepristone plaintiffs, insisted that doctors opposed to abortion can be forced to violate their consciences if they are called upon to remove fetuses from the wombs of women who have had an incomplete medical abortion.

“They allege that they feel complicit in an elective abortion by being forced to complete that procedure,” she said in answer to questions from Judge Jennifer Walker Elrod, an appointee of President George W. Bush.

The case comes to the appeals court almost a year after the Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade ruling that had established abortion rights. Fourteen states have since banned abortion at all stages of pregnancy and other states have adopted, or are debating, major restrictions.

Ho twice referred an “FDA can do no wrong” theme in the pro-mifepristone arguments.

“We are allowed to look at the FDA just like we’re allowed to look at any agency. That’s the role of the courts,” Ho told Ellsworth, who went on to say that the FDA has approved drugs later found to have safety problems.

The third judge hearing the case was Jennifer Walker Elrod, a George W. Bush nominee.

Abortion opponents sued in November in federal court in Amarillo, Texas, where Kacsmaryk, a Trump nominee, presides. An appellate panel voted 2-1 to narrow, but not completely block, Kacsmaryk’s ruling.

The panel’s April 13 decision said the abortion opponents appeared to be barred by time limits from challenging the initial 2000 approval. But the panel said adjustments made in later years — among them allowing the drug to be sent via mail and administered without a physician present — could still be revoked.

Wednesday’s hearing also dealt with the time limit issue, and whether the FDA’s later-year changes reset the clock and made full approval ripe for review.

“Is every time the FDA going to relax some prior restriction, requirement or safeguard based on a history of performance, does that mean we’re here on a reopening issue? I mean, how do you draw that line?” Wilson asked Hawley.

“Absolutely not, your honor,” she replied.

Other mifepristone rules that have changed since the drug’s initial approval include extending the time it can be used from seven to 10 weeks of pregnancy, and reducing the dosage needed to safely end a pregnancy.

Mifepristone is one of two pills used in medication abortions, along with misoprostol. Health care providers have said they could switch to misoprostol if mifepristone is no longer available or is too hard to obtain. Misoprostol is somewhat less effective in ending pregnancies.


Associated Press reporters Jessica Gresko and Matthew Perrone contributed to this report from Washington.

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Fresno State athletics could feel financial pinch in Year 2 of stadium naming rights deal

Fresno State could soon start to feel a financial pinch from its naming rights agreement at Valley Children’s Stadium, just as the university and athletics department barrel down a parallel track with a ...

Fresno State could soon start to feel a financial pinch from its naming rights agreement at Valley Children’s Stadium, just as the university and athletics department barrel down a parallel track with a $250 million master plan to upgrade facilities that will start this summer.

A one-time $1 million payment the university gave to athletics to help activate the Valley Children’s partnership and support increasing sports operating costs will likely not be included in a 2023-24 budget that is under development, and it would not be a stretch that the Bulldogs’ sports programs could see a cut in their operating budgets.

“I would say that’s fair,” said Debbie Adishian-Astone, the university’s vice president for administration and chief financial officer, who also oversees the Athletic Corporation. “But we’re just starting to look at it, so it’s kind of early. We’re trying to look at everything and balance everything right now.”

University support to athletics hit $18.4 million this year with the $1 million one-time payment.

That support, including student fees, dropped by 22% from 2019-20 to 2020-21 and has not bounced back coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a budget presentation Adishian-Astone made to the university’s academic senate at its final meeting of the school year. It was $17.8 million in 2020-21, $17.5 million in 2021-22 and $17.4 million this year before the $1 million payment was added.

But that is only part of the problem for Fresno State sports programs, several of which already rank toward the bottom of the Mountain West Conference in operating expenses.

The contract between Fresno State and Valley Children’s is worth $10 million over 10 years, with annual $1 million payments to be made on Aug. 1 each year of the agreement.

The deal includes a high degree of exclusivity, shutting out other healthcare-related entities from sponsorship opportunities on campus, not just at the football stadium but also at the Save Mart Center, Pete Beiden Field at Bob Bennett Stadium, Margie Wright Diamond, the soccer stadium and any other existing or future stadium, field or area on campus that is owned or controlled by the university, and to home games or events of any tenant that plays in any of the sponsored athletics venues.

As a result, the university had to amend its multimedia rights contract with Learfield/Bulldog Sports Properties, cutting into the naming rights payment and athletics department revenues.

Under the original agreement with Learfield, athletics was to receive $3,395,000 this academic year, but in the revised contract that number shrank to $2,790,000, down by $605,000.

In 2023-24, it was to receive $3,545,000, but that is now down to $2,879,500, a loss of $665,500.

The annual loss in revenue increases in the latter years of a deal that runs through 2025-26. The guaranteed rights fees in the final two years of the Learfield contract are locked in unless otherwise agreed to by the university and Bulldog Sports Properties; they are to meet by July 2024 regarding an extension of the deal.

In the final year of the contract with Learfield, the athletics department was to receive $3,845,000, but under the revised deal it will get only $2,879,500. There would be $35,000 remaining.

The revenue crunch does not impact the master facilities plan. The first phase, a renovation of the suites on the east side of the stadium, will be paid for through private donations and the $1.5 million buyout on the contract of former football coach Kalen DeBoer, who left for Washington two years into a five-year deal. Athletics operating revenue is generated through university support, ticket sales, donations, media rights and licensing agreements and distributions from the NCAA and the Mountain West Conference.

But the Bulldogs on the field and on the court could face some challenges stemming from the naming rights contract, with tighter operating budgets going forward.

Fresno State ranked ninth in the conference in basketball spending at $3.7 million in 2021-22, the most recent number available. That was about $1.1 million less than the average among public schools in the Mountain West.

The Bulldogs football program ranked fourth in the conference in operating expenses at $14.8 million when winning a Mountain West championship and becoming the first team in college football history to finish 10-4 after a 1-4 start.

That, however, is down significantly from 2018 when coach Jeff Tedford won his first conference title at his alma mater and expenses were $18.1 million.

Fresno Grizzlies Game Notes at Modesto

May 17, 2023 - California League (CalL) - Fresno Grizzlies News ReleaseThe Grizzlies and Nuts continue their six-game series tonight. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 pm PT from John Thurman Field. Grizzlies RHP Blake Adams and Nuts RHP Tyler Cleveland are the probable starters. I have attached the roster/game notes. T...

May 17, 2023 - California League (CalL) - Fresno Grizzlies News Release

The Grizzlies and Nuts continue their six-game series tonight. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 pm PT from John Thurman Field. Grizzlies RHP Blake Adams and Nuts RHP Tyler Cleveland are the probable starters. I have attached the roster/game notes. The link below has everything needed for tonight.

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MODESTO MINI FACTS: The Fresno Grizzlies and Modesto Nuts (Seattle Mariners Single-A affiliate) continue their six-game series tonight at John Thurman Field. This is the first of five regular season series between the clubs in 2023 and the first meeting in Modesto. In three years, the Grizzlies have won 26 of their 50 matchups against the Nuts. In 2021, the squads became part of the same league for the first time since 1988. At that time, Modesto was affiliated with the Athletics and were named the A's, while the Grizzlies were known as the Fresno Suns, playing independently. Now, the Nuts are associated with the Seattle Mariners organization (affiliated with the Colorado Rockies prior to Mariners) while the Grizzlies are partnered with the Rockies. The two cities are 96 miles away from one another if you drive by car, following the CA 99 route. Fresno and Modesto are one hour and 32 minutes apart, if you drive non-stop. The halfway point between both cities is Planada, California.

EJ HAS THAT (BULL)DOG IN HIM: Last night, the Grizzlies defeated the Nuts 6-5 for their fifth straight win, a season-long. Fresno scored two runs in the eighth, giving them another comeback victory. Fresno outfielder EJ Andrews Jr. led the offensive charge with a 3-for-4 night, his second straight game picking up a career-high in hits. Andrews Jr. ended the contest a homer shy of the cycle and is now 6-for-8 (three extra-base hits) in his last two games. He smoked a game-tying double to center and raced home with the go-ahead run on a Kody Huff single to left in the eighth.

COMEBACK CLAWS: Over their past 10 games (8-2 record), the Grizzlies have scored 43 of their 61 runs in innings 7-9. In that span, Fresno has recorded 25 runs in the eighth inning. The Grizzlies have enjoyed five comeback victories and two walk-offs in the seventh inning or later during this stretch.

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE HITTING LEADERBOARD: The Grizzlies have a plethora of players ranked among the Top 10 of the California League Hitting Leaderboard. Outfielder Jake Snider ranks tied for third in runs (26), tied for fifth in triples (2), sixth in batting average (.305) and sixth in OBP (.422). Infielder Ryan Ritter ranks third in homers (7), seventh in OPS (.902), eighth in slugging percentage (.505), tied for eighth in walks (22) and tied for ninth in extra-base hits (12). Infielder Andy Perez ranks tied for second in triples (3), tied for seventh in RBI (21) and tied for seventh in hits (34). Outfielder EJ Andrews Jr. ranks tied for second in triples (3), fourth in slugging percentage (.511), tied for fifth in extra-base hits (13) and tied for seventh in homers (4). Infielder Luis Mendez ranks tied for eighth in walks (22) and 10th in OBP (.416). Outfielder Jesus Bugarin ranks tied for fifth in triples (2). Finally, first baseman and outfielder Parker Kelly ranks fourth in OBP (.430).

ROLISON ON REHAB: For the first time as a Rockies affiliate and since 2019, the Grizzlies had a player appear on a rehab assignment. Lefty and Colorado 40-man Ryan Rolison tossed three scoreless innings in his first outing since 2021 (shoulder surgery). Rolison allowed two hits and one walk while fanning three May 16 at Modesto.

DO YOU WANT TO GO TO WAR BALAKEY: Tonight, the Grizzlies hand the ball to righty Blake Adams, who leads the California League in ERA (1.20) and WHIP (0.80). The 22-year-old was a 13th round draft pick by the Rockies in 2022 out of Kansas State University. You can read more about Blake Adams on Page 2 of the Game Notes and Page 13 of the Media Guide.

STARTING PITCHING SUCCESS: The Grizzlies rotation has been dominant over their past seven games. Fresno starters are 2-1 with a 1.62 ERA in that stretch. They have combined to toss 39 innings, allowing seven runs (all earned) on 23 hits and nine walks while fanning 40. All six starters in the Visalia Rawhide series tied or surpassed their career-highs in innings with Blake Adams and Jordy Vargas tossing seven frames each. Connor Staine was once again the starting pitcher for a Fresno shutout, their second of the season. Staine's outing earned him California League Pitcher of the Week.

FEEL THE STAINE: Grizzlies righty Connor Staine was selected by Minor League Baseball as the California League Pitcher of the Week for May 8-14. Staine's impressive start on Saturday, May 13 versus Visalia guided the Grizzlies to a series win over the Rawhide. Staine delivered a stellar performance, going a career-high six scoreless innings. The 22-year-old allowed only two hits and three walks while tying his professional-best with seven strikeouts. It was Staine's second time this season starting a game where it ended in a Grizzlies shutout win. The UCF product gives the 2023 Grizzlies their fourth California League award this season (Ryan Ritter and Blake Adams, twice). Last year, Fresno won 14 California League honors (Weekly and Monthly), a franchise record.

WEAR THE BEAR: Beige (2-3), Red (8-6), Black & Gold (1-3), Gray (4-3), Fresno Tacos (0-0), Lowriders de Fresno (Copa de la Diversion, 1-0), Fresno Growers (1-0), Fresno Tigers (0-0), Specialty Promo (2-0), Red Pants (2-0).

Upcoming Probable Pitchers:


Fresno LHP Michael Prosecky (2-1, 3.91) vs. Modesto RHP Tyler Gough (0-2, 9.00)


Fresno RHP Jordy Vargas (3-1, 4.65) vs. Modesto LHP Brandon Schaeffer (2-2, 3.38)


Fresno RHP Connor Staine (2-2, 5.26) vs. Modesto RHP Shaddon Peavyhouse (3-2, 4.42)


Fresno LHP Ryan Rolison (REHAB, 0-0, 0.00) vs. Modesto RHP Michael Morales (2-0, 2.67)


5/16: C Cole Stilwell: Retired (was on Fresno IL)

5/16: LHP Ryan Rolison: Assigned to Fresno on a rehab assignment. Rolison will wear #25.

5/16: RHP Austin Becker: Assigned to Fresno from ACL Rockies. Becker will wear #19.

5/16: RHP Bryce McGowan: Assigned to High-A Spokane from Fresno.

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