Sunday, June 20, 2010

Last Night's Results 6/19/10

Ryan Shealy comes up big at home for the PawSox. (Louriann Mardo-Zayat)
Columbus 6 Paw Sox 7
W: Chad Poronto (3-5)
L: Jeremy Sowers (1-4)
S: Fernando Cabrera (8)
HR: COL - Michael Brantley (2), Wes Hodges (6)
NOTES ... The six runs scored by the Paw Sox in the eighth inning was their second highest output in one inning this season (they had an 8 run 6th inning back on May 9th against Charlotte) ... Pawtucket's Fernando Cabrera notched his first save since May 30th ... Columbus reliever Jess Todd blew his first save opportunity of the season, he was 4 for 4 on save chances heading into the game ...
"Just when it looked like these Pawtucket Red Sox would roll over and give up at the plate, as they have so many nights this week, their offense roared to life and delivered the biggest comeback win of the season, an inspiring 7-6 victory over Columbus on Saturday night." Full recap

Rock Cats 5 Reading 9
W: J.C. Ramirez (1-0)
L: Mike McCardell (0-7)
S: Bramlett (1)
HR: NB - Juan Portes (4), Eric Lis (6); REA - Matt Rizzotti (8), Domonic Brown (13)
NOTES ... Reading OF Domonic Brown has hit safely in his last nine games and has homers in his last two ... New Britain starter Mike McCardell has failed to notch a victory in his 13 starts this season ... Rock Cats reliever Loek Van Mil threw two more innings of scoreless ball, running his streak to 7 innings without allowing an opponent to cross the plate ...
"Matt Rizzotti launched his third home run in as many days, Domonic Brown added a monster two-run blast in the sixth inning, and the Reading Phillies beat the New Britain Rock Cats 9-5..." Full recap

Erie 8 Fisher Cats 2
W: Andy Oliver (6-4)
L: Zach Stewart (4-2)
HR: ERIE - Audy Ciriaco (5)
NOTES ... New Hampshire 3B Shawn Bowman went 1 for 4, extending his hitting streak to 9 games ... Fisher Cats Of Manny Mayorson went 2 for 4, he has four multi-hit games over his last five played and has raised his average to .302 on the year ... New Hampshire starter Zach Stewart stuck out 7 batters, his highest total this season ...
"Danny Perales went 2-for-2 with a walk and a run scored, and Shawn Bowman’s RBI single extended his hitting streak to a season-high nine games, but a standing-room-only crowd of 7,617 saw Audy Ciriaco homer and drive in four runs as the Erie SeaWolves defeated the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 8-2, on Saturday night..." Full recap

Akron 5 Sea Dogs 11
W: Stephen Fife (4-1)
L: Alex White (2-3)
HR: AKR - Carlos Rivero (2); POR - Yamaico Navarro 2 (6), Luis Exposito (4)
NOTES ... Akron 2B Jason Kipnis has hit safely in all seven games since being called up from Kinston and is batting .346 in AA ... Sea Dogs starter Stephen Fife went 7 innings in the victory, his longest outing of the season ... Portland reliever Santo Luis tossed 2 scoreless innings out of the pen, he is up to 10.2 straight scoreless innings out of the pen ...
"Yamaico Navarro blasted two home runs to propel the Portland Sea Dogs (36-31) to an 11-5 victory over the Akron Aeros (33-35) Saturday night at Hadlock Field in front of 6,238 fans." Full recap

Danny Perales puts up a 2-for-2 night in a loss to Erie

Spinners 6 Lake Monsters 2

W: Madison Younginer (1-0)
L: Shane McCatty (0-1)
HR: LOW - Sean Killeen (1)
NOTES ... Lowell SS Jose Garcia followed up his 2 for 4 opening night with a 4 for 5 effort at the plate ...Vermont DH Stephen King went 2 for 4 in his first start of the season ... Vermont pitching combined for 11 strikeouts on the night ... Spinners OF Felix Sanchez went 3 for 5 with an RBI and 2 runs scored ...
"Madison Younginer's first start in a Lowell Spinners uniform was a memorable one, as the 20-year old right-hander tossed five one-hit innings, while Sean Killeen smacked his first professional homerun in a 6-2 Lowell triumph over the Vermont Lake Monsters Saturday night." Full recap

Tigers 7 Tri-City 3
W: Luis Sanz (1-0)
L: Bobby Doran (0-1)
HR: TC - Oscar Figueroa (1); CON - PJ Polk (1)
NOTES ... All 9 Connecticut batters picked up at least one hit in the game ... Tri-City pitchers struck out 11 Tiger batters on the evening ...
"The Connecticut Tigers got a two-run single from 1B James Robbins in the third inning and the first professional home run from LF PJ Polk in the fifth inning to earn a 7-3 win over the Tri-City ValleyCats before 4,419 fans at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium on Saturday night." Full recap

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