Sunday, April 26, 2009

4/26: Up & Down

Durham Bulls 4, Norfolk Tides 1
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Notes: Durham improved to 11-5... Mitch Talbot allowed 1 run in 6.1 innings, earning his 2nd win of the year... Winston Abreu struck out 5 in 1.2 innings before giving way to Dale Thayer for the save... Elliot Johnson was 3 for 4 with a home run... Reid Brignac went 2-4...

Jacksonville Suns 3, Montgomery Biscuits 1
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Notes: Montgomery fell to 6-10... The Biscuits didn't get a hit until the 7th, when Rhyne Hughes hit a solo HR... Jeremy Hellickson allowed 2 runs(coming on a 2-run HR) in 6 innings. He struck out 8... Ryan Reid pitched a scoreless 9th... Desmond Jennings was 0-4...

Charlotte Stone Crabs 4, St. Lucie Mets 2
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Notes: Charlotte got over .500, improving to 8-7... Darin Downs picked up his third win in as many starts... Rayner Oliveras made his first appearance after beginning the year with Montgomery. He struck out 4 in relief... The Crabs had only 3 hits...

Lexington legends 8, Bowling Green Hot Rods 1
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Notes: The Hot Rods fell to 8-9... Tim Beckham went 1-3 with a walk... The Hot Rods committed six errors... Diego Echeverria allowed 5 runs in relief of Michael Jarman... Marquis Fleming struck out the side in the 8th...

Durham Bulls - OF Matt Joyce: After a poor start at Durham, he's now hitting .297/.409/.459. He went 3 for 4 last night.

Montgomery Biscuits - 1B Rhyne Hughes: Had 1 of the Biscuits 2 hits, a solo HR.

Charlotte Stone Crabs - Cody Cipriano: Made his one hit count, a solo HR.

Bowling Green Hot Rods - C Jake Jefferies: Hit his first HR of the year for the Hot Rods lone run.

Durham Bulls - C John Jaso: Reached base on a walk but otherwise went 0-3.

Montgomery Biscuits - Just About Everyone On Offense: Only 5 baserunners the whole game.

Charlotte Stone Crabs - CF Emeel Salem: Hitting only .200 in the leadoff spot for the Crabs.

Bowling Green Hot Rods - The Defense: Errors committed by Jefferies, Tim Beckham, Jeremy Beckham(2), Henry Wrigley, and Jason Tweedy.


  1. Re Bulls: It's 11-5, but who's counting?

  2. That's what I get for having trusted myself to update it.