Saturday, June 19, 2010

Last Night's Results 6/18/10

Ramon Ramirez got the start for the PawSox last night. (Photo by Louriann Mardo-Zayat)

Columbus 2 Paw Sox 1
W: Josh Tomlin (6-2)
L: Ramon Ramirez (1-2)
S: Vinnie Pestano (2)
HR: COL - Jared Goedert (4)
NOTES ... Columbus 3B Jared Goedert has hit 3 home runs over his last 4 games ... Pawtucket IF Tug Hulett went o for 3 and dropped his average to .174, the lowest in the International League ... Columbus closer Vinnie Pestano has not allowed a run since May 31st, spanning 7 innings ... Pawtucket 1B Lars Anderson is 0 for his last 32 at-bats and it batting .057 over his last 10 games ...
"Ramon Ramirez (1-2) made one mistake in his second start of the season Friday night, but it was the difference in a 2-1 Pawtucket Red Sox loss." Full recap

Rock Cats 8 Reading 9
W: Michael Schwimmer (5-3)
L: Matthew Williams (1-3)
HR: NB - Danny Lehmann (1), Joe Benson (7); REA - Tagg Bozied (12), Matthew Rizzotti (7)
NOTES ... New Britain OF Joe Benson has hit safely in 8 straight games and has gone 13 for 29 at the plate with 3 home runs over that span ... Reading OF Domonic Brown has also hit safely in his last eight games ...
"Freddy Galvis had just one hit on Friday evening - it turned out to be the most important one of the evening." Full recap

Erie 4 Fisher Cats 7
W: Adrian Martin (4-1)
L: Ramon Garcia (0-4)
S: Tim Collins (4)
HR: ERIE - Ben Johnson (1), Deik Scram (5), Ron Bourquin (1); NH - David Cooper 2 (10)
NOTES ... For the second straight evening, Adrian Martin notched the victory and Tim Collins the save for New Hampshire ... Fisher Cats OF Darin Mastroianni stole two bases, giving him 25 swipes on the season, having only being caught 3 times ... New Hampshire 3B Shawn Bowman went 1 for 3, extending his hitting streak to 8 games ... Erie OF Deik Scram hit his 2nd home run in an many days ...
"David Cooper went 3-for-4 with a pair of home runs, Adrian Martin earned a win for the second straight game, and Tim Collins notched his second save in as many nights as the New Hampshire Fisher Cats downed the Erie SeaWolves, 7-4, on Friday night at Stadium to reclaim sole possession of first place in the Eastern League’s Eastern Division." Full recap

Akron 7 Sea Dogs 8
W: Bryce Cox (1-4)
L: Omar Aguilar (1-2)
HR: AKR - Jason Kipnis (2)
NOTES ... Akron 2B Jason Kipnis has hit safely in all six games since being called up from Kinston ... Both starting pitchers were unable to make it through 4 full innings of work ... Sea Dogs reliever Eammon Portice threw 3.1 innings allowing only 1 hit, no runs and striking out 5 batters; he has not allowed a run in his last three appearances ...
"Ray Chang's two out RBI single scoring Che-Hsuan Lin from first base gave the Portland Sea Dogs an 8-7 walk-off win over the Akron Aeros Friday night at Hadlock Field in front of 5,616 fans." Full recap

Ray Chang's RBI Single in the 10th inning gave the Sea Dogs a 8-7 walk-off win. (Photo by DVM Sports)

Spinners 9 Lake Monsters 4

W: Bobby Hansen (1-0)
L: Roman Mendez (0-1)
HR: VER - Wade Moore (1)
NOTES ... Last night's home opener in Vermont drew a crowd of 2,438 ... Vermont is 6-11 all-time in season openers and have won their last four home openers ... This was the fifth time that Vermont and Lowell started the season against each other and the first time that Vermont has won ...
" The Vermont Lake Monsters scored six times in the bottom of the third inning and went on to defeat the Lowell Spinners 9-4 in the 2010 New York-Penn League opener for both teams at historic Centennial Field on Friday night." Full recap

Tigers 3 Tri-City 4
W: Michael Torrealba (1-0)
L: Travis Blankenship (0-1)
HR: TC - Michael Kvasnicka (1)
NOTES ... The season opener in Tri-City drew a crowd of 5,370 ... Four Connecticut relievers combined for 4.2 innings of scoreless work ... Tigers pitchers struck out 15 Tri-City batters ...
"Oscar Figueroa hit an RBI double to score Ben Orloff (0-0) from second base to give the Tri-City ValleyCats a 4-3 "walk-off" win over the Connecticut Tigers..." Full recap

1 comment:

  1. Sorry that it looks like we're screaming out the pitching results from the Lowell/Vermont game...this thing is a bit** to format at times!