Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Last Night's Results 5/26/10

Jonathan Diaz was a doubles state-of-mind Wednesday night.

Double Trouble For Rock Cats
Fisher Cats 11 Rock Cats 6
W: Kyle Drabek (6-4)
L: David Brombger (2-3)
HR: NB - Lis (3)
NOTES ... Jonathan Diaz's four doubles set a single game Fisher Cats record ... The nine doubles by the Fisher Cats ties a team record for a single game ... New Britain's Eric Lis has 3 home runs and 9 RBIs in the 10 games he has played in since being sent down from Rochester ... Kyle Drabek is second in the Eastern League in wins (6), first in strikeouts (51) and first in innings pitched (59.2) ... David Bromberg has lost 3 of his last 4 starts ...Rock Cats' Steve Singleton hit safely in his fifth straight game ... Fisher Cats' Brian Jeroloman extended his hit streak to eight games and he has reached base in his last twelve games ...
"Jonathan Diaz set a franchise record by connecting for four of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats’ club record-tying nine doubles, and Kyle Drabek allowed two runs over seven innings to notch his team-leading sixth victory as the Fisher Cats defeated the New Britain Rock Cats, 11-6..." Full recap

Dogs Put Down With Walk Off Blow
Sea Dogs 3 Reading 5

W: Michael Stuttes (3-0)
L: Bryce Cox (0-3)
HR: REA - Matthew Rizzotti 2 (3, 4)
NOTES ... The blown save was Bryce Cox's first of the year ... In 12 games since being called up from Single-A Clearwater, Reading's Matthew Rizzotti is hitting .421 with 4 home runs, 5 doubles and 12 RBIs (3 HRs & 8 RBIs in his last three games) ... The Sea Dogs are 2 and 8 against Reading on the season with five games remaining between the two teams on the season ... The seven hits allowed by Casey Kelly was the most he has given up in any outing this season ...
"The looks on the faces of the Portland Sea Dogs told the story." Full recap

1 comment:

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