Durham Bulls 12, Toledo Mud Hens 3
Brandon Guyer and Desmond Jennings each hit their 8th home runs and Chris Carter added his 6th. Jennings finished 2-5 with a walk, Guyer went 3-3 with two walks, Russ Canzler was 3-3 with three walks, and Carter and J.J. Furmaniak each had two hits. Brian Baker allowed three runs in five innings, and Cory Wade and Dane De La Rosa each pitched two scoreless innings.
Jacksonville Suns 3, Montgomery Biscuits 0
Matt Moore shut Jacksonville out for six innings, allowing three hits, a walk, and 11 strikeouts. For the season, his K/9 is 13.0 and his BB/9 is at 2.4. Marquis Fleming got the loss, allowing two runs in 1.2 innings. Nevin Ashley was the only Biscuit with multiple hits, though Shawn O'Malley had a single and two walks.
Tampa Yankees 12, Charlotte Stone Crabs 2
Drew Leary allowed six runs -- four earned -- in five innings. Michael Jarman allowed four in two innings, and Scott Shuman struggled again with his control, walking four and allowing two runs in an inning. Brett Nommensen hit his third home run of the season; he and Mike Sheridan each had two hits.
West Michigan Whitecaps 6, Bowling Green Hot Rods 3 (7 innings, game one)
C.J. Riefenhauser struck out four and didn't issue a walk, but allowed four runs -- three earned -- in five innings. Kevin Kiermaier and Todd Glaesmann each had two hits. Nick Schwaner added an RBI triple.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 3, West Michigan Whitecaps 2 (7 innings, game two)
Enny Romero struck out five, but also walked five, in 4.1 innings. He allowed both runs, with Chris Rearick pitching the final 2.2 scoreless. Cody Rogers was 2-3 with two doubles and a walk, and Derek Dietrich and Phil Wunderlich also had two hits.
Anyone know how Nevin Ashley is doing this year regarding base runners? I know he has a cannon, I saw first hand in Spring Training.ReplyDelete
I put that on a tee for somebody to completely roast me.ReplyDelete