Thursday, June 30, 2011

Scores and Highlights from 6/29

Durham Bulls 2, Charlotte Knights 1
Dirk Hayhurst pitched six shutout, one-hit innings and Brandon Gomes struck out four in 1.1 innings for the save. Brandon Guyer was 2-4, but Durham's only other hit was Felipe Lopez's two-run home run.

Mobile BayBears 9, Montgomery Biscuits 0
Jim Paduch allowed nine runs (eight earned) on ten hits over 7 innings. Stephen Vogt, John Matulia, Greg Sexton, and Isiais Velasquez had the only four hits for the Biscuits.

Charlotte Stone Crabs 3, Jupiter Hammerheads 1
Hak-Ju Lee went 2-5 with a triple, Ty Morrison was 2-3 and Dustin Biell was 2-4 with two RBIs. Alex Koronis allowed a run in 6 innings, and Scott Shuman struck out the side in a 1-2-3 ninth inning for the save.

Bowling Green Hot Rods 4, Great Lakes Loons 3
Derek Dietrich and Kevin Kiermaier had two hits apiece, including the only extra-base hit (a double by Dietrich). James Patterson and Austin Hubbard combined for four scoreless relief innings.

Hudson Valley Renegades 1, Brooklyn Cyclones 0
Jason McEachern struck out ten and didn't issue a walk over five innings. He allowed three hits. Chris Floethe, Brooks Belter, and Charles Cononie combined to shut the door in relief. The only run came on a Chris Winder solo home run.

Princeton Rays 4, Danville Braves 2 (7 innings)
Justin O'Conner homered and Ryan Brett was 2-3 with a walk. Brett also stole two bases. Brandon Henderson allowed just an unearned run in 5 innings of work.

Princeton Rays 2, Danville Braves 1 (14 innings)
The winning run scored on a passed ball after Taylor Motter reached on an error. Motter and Cameron Seitzer each had two hits. Eduar Quinonez started and went four innings, Pedro Silvestre and Jose Molina each tossed four scoreless, and Matt Spann got the win with two shutout innings.

GCL Rays 2, GCL Twins 0


  1. No offense, but how good is triple A if Dirk Hayhurst is pitching lights out????? It kind of makes me wonder about all the stats in the international league. Your Hank Blalock, Dan Johnson and Lobaton numbers might not be that impressive after all.

  2. Jason McEachern is really tearing it up right now and the sky is the limit for that kid!