Durham Bulls 18, Charlotte Knights 3
Reid Brignac, Dan Johnson, and Russ Canzler all homered. Canzler had four hits, and Stephen Vogt added three doubles. Matt Moore struck out nine in 5 innings, allowing no runs on three hits and a walk. Matt Carson went 2-4 in his Durham debut.
Jacksonville Suns 8, Montgomery Biscuits 6
The Biscuits' six runs came on just five hits, including two from Tim Beckham, who also stole his 13th base. Shane Dyer allowed five runs -- three earned -- on nine hits in 5.2 innings. Sergio Espinosa struck out three in relief.
Charlotte Stone Crabs off
Bowling Green Hot Rods 3, Fort Wayne Tincaps 0
Jason McEachern pitched 6 shutout innings, allowing four hits, a walk, and striking out three. Nate Garcia and Chris Rearick combined for three scoreless relief innings. Derek Dietrich was 3-4 with a triple, Phil Wunderlich had two hits, and Julio Cedeno homered.
Hudson Valley Renegades 7, Batavia Muckdogs 3
Jacob Partridge allowed three runs -- one earned -- over 5 innings. Lenny Linsky pitched three shutout innings with four strikeouts, and Justin Woodall struck out the side in the ninth. Craige Lyerly stayed hot with three hits and a walk, while every other starter but one had one hit.
Princeton Rays off
GCL Twins 4, GCL Rays 3
Blake Snell pitched three scoreless innings
Good to see McEachern bounce back with a strong performance.ReplyDelete
Rumor, but I think it's true- Pitcher Rehab Trevor Shull is now in HVReplyDelete
Isn't pitcher Rob Dickmann from HV about due for a promotion? older and .99 ERA. Hate to lose him, but hate to see him being held back.ReplyDelete
Lyerly is now 3rd on the team in batting avg. He is batting .294.ReplyDelete
Craige is also 14 for 14 on stolen bases. He is the only guy in the NYPL in the top 25 the hasn't been thrown out.ReplyDelete
Time to promote Derek Dietrich... what are the rays waiting for?ReplyDelete
There's really no place for Dietrich to go- Bortnick and Lee are blocking him, etc.ReplyDelete
Not a rumor- Trevor Shull arrived in the Hudson Valley yesterday- just in time for a rain out.
Still no word on Rob Dickmann being promoted. I'm surprised he's being held back.
In my opinion, Dietrich is gonna be in the pros before Bortnick anyways.. he has shown tremendous power and is a solid defender. I know Bortnick is a heck of a fielder but his offense isnt as booming as what it has been. Dietrich also has the smarts of the game..ReplyDelete