Monday, August 30, 2010

Tonight's Probable Pitchers 8/30/10

Rochester Red Wings (Matt Fox 6-8, 4.08)
vs. Pawtucket Red Sox (Rich Hill 2-0, 3.57) @ 7:05pm

Harrisburg Senators (Brad Peacock 2-1, 3.72)
vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Randy Boone 4-9, 3.65) @ 6:35pm

Binghamton Mets (Robert Carson 1-5, 8.26)
vs. Portland Sea Dogs (Jeremy Kehrt 2-11, 4.97) @ 7:05pm

New Britain Rock Cats (Matthew Williams 1-3, 6.53)
vs. Reading Phillies (Austin Hyatt 1-0, 4.60) @ 7:05pm

Vermont Lake Monsters (Chad Jenkins 2-6, 4.31)
vs. Aberdeen IronBirds (Justin Anderson 4-4, 5.92) @ 7:05pm

Staten Island Yankees (Dustin Hobbs NR)
vs. Lowell Spinners (Keith Couch 1-5, 4.74) @ 7:05pm

Brooklyn Cyclones (Jonathan Kountis 0-1, 6.55)
vs. Connecticut Tigers (Brennan Smith 1-5, 3.36) @ 7:05pm

You can listen to all games at:
MiLB Gameday Audio

Game of the Day - Lake Monsters @ Aberdeen - It's been a grueling stretch of road for the Vermont Lake Monsters as-of-late. They've gone 2-5 over their last 7 games with a postponement, a cancellation and a suspended game in between. During the slide they've allowed the Connecticut Tigers to pull into a tie for first place in the Stedler Division with 8 games left (plus the completion of that suspended game), all of them on the road. So it's put up or shut up time for the Lake Monsters tonight in Aberdeen. Chad Jenkins gets the ball for Vermont with hopes of earning his first victory since July 17th. His last two appearances have been out of the pen and he allowed only 1 hit and an earned run over 4 innings of work. Aberdeen counters with Justin Anderson who is coming off of his best start of the season on August 24th when he tossed 5 innings of 1 hit ball against the Staten Island Yankees. In his prior three starts, Anderson allowed a whopping 19 earned runs over 9 2/3 innings. Vermont can take the season series against the IronBirds with a win tonight, but more importantly they can provide some momentum leading into a hefty 4 game series against Brooklyn, the best team in the New York-Penn League.

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