Norfolk Tides 0, Durham Bulls 4
Russ Canzler hit a solo home run. Justin Ruggiano, Jose Lobaton and Omar Luna drove home runs. Ray Olmedo had a double. Alex Cobb pitched 6 shut-out innings with ten strikeouts. Mike Ekstrom and Brandon Gomes combined for 3 no-hit innings and an additional 5 strikeouts.
Montgomery Biscuits 2, Tennessee Smokies 11
Reid Fronk was 2 for 4 with a double. John Shelby had a triple. Daniel Mayora and Jake Jefferies picked up RBI’s.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 3, St. Lucie Mets 6
Chris Murrill was 2 for 4 and extended his hitting streak to 7 games. Anthony Scelfo was 2 for 4. Brett Nommensen also extended his streak to 7 games while Tyler Bortnick extended his to 6. Adam Liberatore pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings.
Fort Wayne Tin Caps 1, Bowling Green Hot Rods 4
Kyle Holloway was 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Derek Dietrich was 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI. Steven Tinoco also had a double and an RBI. Phil Wunderlich had an RBI. Braulio Lara threw 5 innings with 1 run on 2 hits with 6 strikeouts to get the win. Chris Rearick had 4 shut-out innings with 5 strikeouts for the save.
Friday Ex ST: Very windy day, blowing straight in and led to some routine fly balls falling in for hits. Which made it even more impressive when Wrigley hit a shot over the RF fence into the teeth of the wind, then one-hopped the LF fence in his next AB. He also played a good 3B and is headed out this weekend from what I hear. Lee had a couple solid AB, including a great bunt down the 3B line. Quick hands. O'Connor lined a ball up the middle that the pitcher stuck out his pitching hand at, grazing his fingers. He remained in the game, but got an earful from his coach, so I guess lesson learned. Malm had a couple gap shots, one caught by the LF on a great play and helped by the wind holding it up. No stats and problems with radar guns so no pitching numbers. Should have posted this earlier, sure I missed a bunch.ReplyDelete