Thursday, May 20, 2010

Yesterday's Results 5/20/10

(Photo by Jeff Schools/ CMSB Media)

Hit Fest Favors Thunder
Trenton 9 Fisher Cats 7

W: Josh Schmidt (2-0)
L: Luis Perez (4-3)
S: Eric Wordekemper (4)
HR: NH - Brad Emaus (5), Brian Jeroloman (4)
NOTES ... The 20 hits by the Fisher Cats was a season high, only three of which were for extra bases ... The Fisher Cats welcomed 7,621, a standing-room only crowd that was the largest of the season ... All Fisher Cats starters collected at least one hit ... Darin Mastroianni picked up his 19th stolen base on the season ... The Fisher Cats hit the road with the first stop in Bowie for three games against the Baysox.
"...but the largest audience of the season at Stadium left disappointed when the Trenton Thunder held off the Fisher Cats, 9-7, on Thursday afternoon..." Full recap

Big League Help Not Enough to Scratch Cats
Rock Cats 6 Sea Dogs 2
W: Kyle Gibson (2-0)
L: Kyle Weiland (0-3)
HR: NB - Lis (1)
NOTES ... Starting pitcher Felix Doubront was promoted from Portland to Pawtucket ... Jacoby Ellsbury is expected to join the Boston Red Sox on Saturday in Philadelphia ... Seven-footer Loek Van Mil saw his first relief action since being called up to New Britain and allowed two hits and struck out one in one inning of work ... Portland's Nate Spears has walked 11 times in his last 10 games played ... New Britain's Ben Revere went 7 for 14 with 2 walks and 2 stolen bases in the three games against Portland ... Portland welcomes the Trenton Thunder to Hadlock Field tomorrow night ... New Britain heads back home to face-off against the Binghamton Mets
"Jacoby Ellsbury picked up three hits and one run, while Mike Cameron had a run, a hit, and an RBI, as both players made rehab appearances from the Boston Red Sox. Unfortunately for the Portland Sea Dogs, that would not be enough, as New Britain starter Kyle Gibson was on his game." Full recap

Paw Sox 1 Norfolk 8
W: Jake Arrietta (4-2)
L: Fabio Castro (2-3)
HR: PAW - Lars Anderson (2); NOR - Robert Andino (5)
NOTES ... Norfolk pitchers struck out 13 Pawtucket batters ... Niuman Romero and Josh Reddick both struck out 3 times apiece for the Paw Sox ... Pawtucket plays one more game against Norfolk on Friday night before shipping off to Durham ...
"Jake Arrieta is rated the fourth best prospect in the Orioles chain, and on Thursday night, the PawSox found out why." Full recap

(Photo by Megan Morrow)

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