Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Last Night's Results 6/21/10

Fabio Castro loses control of the ball and the game in the 9th inning

Paw Sox 3 Scranton Wilkes-Barre 4
W: Jonathan Albaladejo (2-1)
L: Fabio Castro (3-5)
NOTES ... Pawtucket starter Michael Bowden struck out 7 batters, tying his season-high ... Scranton closer Jonathan Albaladejo's first blown save of the season came after 23 straight save conversions ... Paw Sox 1B Ryan Shealy went 2 for 4 with 2 doubles, an RBI and a run scored, he has hit safely in all 5 games since being signed and is batting .471 ... Paw Sox OF Bubba Bell has reached base safely in his last eight games ...
"The Pawtucket Red Sox became the first team this season to ruin a save opportunity for Jonathan Albaladejo. The PawSox even took away one of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees right-hander’s shots at a win before falling, 4-3, on a wild pitch by reliever Fabio Castro in the bottom of the ninth." Full recap

Tri-City 5 Spinners 0
W: David Martinez (1-0)
L: Randy Consuegra (0-1)
NOTES ... Lowell starting pitcher Randy Consuegra faced five batters, walking the first four and beaning the fifth in the helmet before being pulled with no outs in the first inning ... Spinners reliever Keith Couch was solid out of the pen, tossing 5 innings of one hit ball, allowing no walks and striking out 3 batters ... Lowell 3B Kolbrin Vitek went 3 for 3 and accounted for three of the teams four hits on the night ... The attendance for Lowell's home opener was 5,194, their 382nd consecutive sellout ...
"The Tri-City ValleyCats scored three runs on four walks, four wild pitches and a scary hit batsman in a wild first inning as the Lowell Spinners fell 5-0 in the home opener in front of 5,194 fans..." Full recap

Tigers 3 Lake Monsters 5
W: Graham Hicks (1-0)
L: Josue Carreno (0-1)
S: Colin Bates (1)
HR: CON - Matthew Mansilla (2)
NOTES ... The Lake Monsters committed 3 errors, giving them 6 total in their first four games ... Vermont starter Graham Hicks struck out 8 batters through five innings ... Tigers OF Matthew Mansilla has hit a home run in both games he has played in ...
"Strong pitching and a five-run fourth inning gave the Vermont Lake Monsters a 5-3 victory over the Connecticut Tigers in New York-Penn League action Monday night at Centennial Field." Full recap

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