Wednesday, June 24, 2009

6/24: The Rundown

Toledo MudHens 11, Durham Bulls 10 (13 innings)
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Notes: Durham fell to 39-33... Rhyne Hughes forced extra innings with a 2-out homerun in the 9th, but Toledo won it with a walk-off double off of Dewon Day in the 13th... Matt DeSalvo started and lasted just two innings, allowing 3 runs and walking 4... Julio DePaula, Chad Bradford, Jorge Julio, Jason Childers, Joe Bateman, and Dewon Day all appeared in relief... Hughes was 3-6 with two HRs and four RBIs... Reid Brignac, playing 2nd base, went 3-6 with a walk... Matt Joyce went 0-7...

Montgomery Biscuits 1, Tennessee Smokies 0
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Notes: Montgomery improved to 1-1... Brandon Mann, Eduardo Morlan, and Mike Wlodarczyk combined on the 6-hit shutout, with Morlan earning the win... The Biscuits lone run came in the 7th on a Nevin Ashley RBI single... Desmond Jennings was 0-2 with a walk...

Charlotte Stone Crabs 3, St. Lucie Mets 3
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Notes: Charlotte improved to 36-30... Alex Cobb started and got the win, allowing a run on 6 hits in 5.1 innings. He struck out 6 and didn't walk a batter... Matt Gorgen allowed two runs in the 9th, raising his ERA to 0.78... Cody Cipriano led the offense with 3 hits and 3 RBIs... Henry Wrigley picked up 2 hits and drove in 2... Shawn O'Malley stole his 24th and 25th bases...

Bowling Green on All-Star Break
Notes: Bowling Green returns to action Thursday in Lexington...

Brooklyn Cyclones 7, Hudson Valley Renegades 3
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Notes: Hudson Valley fell to 2-2... Glenn Gibson looked like the 2008 version, walking 5 and allowing 3 runs in just 2 innings of work... Burt Reynolds, Eli Sonoqui, and Bennett Davis each collected two hits... Brett Nommensen threw out a runner at home...

Princeton Rays 2, Burlington Royals 1 (10 innings)
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Notes: Princeton begins the year 1-0... Jason McEachern started and shut Burlington out for 5 innings. He allowed four hits, struck out four, and didn't issue a walk... Former infielder Joey Callender pitched the final five innings, allowing Burlington's run but earning the win... Brian Bryles, batting leadoff, went 3-4 with a double, triple, and a walk. He tripled with one out in the 10th and scored on a Daniel Spraker bunt... Bryles, Spraker, Alejandro Torres, and Ramon Novas all had multi-hit games...

GCL Twins 4, GCL Rays 1
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Notes: The GCL Rays open the season 0-1... Wilmer Almonte started and allowed three earned runs in 4 innings. Jose Monegro and Aneuris Mercedes also pitched... Juan Cuello, Hector Gomez, Alexander Diaz, and Astin Jacobo had the only hits for the Rays... Their lone run was unearned...

Durham Bulls - 1B Rhyne Hughes: 3 for 6 including his 2nd and 3rd homeruns in AAA.

Montgomery Biscuits - Pitching: Mann, Morlan, and Wlodarczyk combined for the shutout.

Charlotte Stone Crabs - RHP Alex Cobb: He got back in the win column with a nice start, 1 run in 5.1 innings. Struck out 6.

Hudson Valley Renegades - 1B Eli Sonoqui: 2-4 with a double.

Princeton Rays - RHP Jason McEachern/OF Brian Bryles: The 2008 draftees split it. McEachern threw five strong innings, keeping Burlington off the board. Bryles was a homerun shy of the cycle and scored both of Princeton's runs.

GCL Rays - No walks: The pitching staff didn't issue a walk.

Durham Bulls - OF Matt Joyce: He was That Guy, taking an 0-7.

Montgomery Biscuits - Offense: In two games so far, the Biscuits have just 1 run on 8 hits.

Charlotte Stone Crabs - C Christian Lopez and OF Emeel Salem combined to go 0-7.

Hudson Valley Renegades - LHP Glenn Gibson: Took the loss, walking 5 and allowing 3 runs in just two innings.

Princeton Rays - 3B Julio Cedeno: Went 0-4 in his stateside debut.

GCL Rays - No walks: The Rays hitters didn't draw a walk.

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