Durham Bulls 3, Norfolk Tides 2
The Bulls defeated the Tides to win their third game in a row. Cole Figueroa was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Nevin Ashley had a solo home run. Rich Thompson had a double. Jim Paduch was the winner and Brandon Gomes notched the save.
Pensacola Blue Wahoos 6, Montgomery Biscuits 0
The Biscuits were shut-out in the series finale against Pensacola. Omar Luna was 2 for 3. Derek Dietrich had a triple. Jake Thompson suffered the loss. Marquis Fleming pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings with 4 strikeouts.
Palm Beach Cardinals 9, Charlotte Stone Crabs 2
The Stone Crabs watched an early lead disappear as they were swept by the Cardinals. Kevin Kiermaier was 2 for 3 with a double. Luke Bailey had a double. Todd Glaesmann and Phil Wunderlich each had an RBI. Enny Romero was charged with the loss.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 2, Dayton Dragons 1 (13 innings)
The Hot Rods defeat the Dragons in extra innings to extend their winning streak to three games. Alejandro Segovia was 2 for 5 with a double and drove home the game winning run. Taylor Motter was 2 for 4 with a double. Felipe Rivero pitched 3 scoreless innings. Andrew Bellatti pitched 4 scoreless frames to earn the win.
Hudson Valley Renegades 1, Connecticut Tigers 0
The Renegades swept the Tigers for their second straight series sweep and earn their sixth consecutive win. With the 1-0 shut-out, the Renegades have not allowed a run in 32 straight innings. Richie Shaffer drove home the game’s lone run. Jeff Ames was the winner, striking out 8 in 5 innings to improve to 5-0. Dylan Floro picked up the save.
Bristol White Sox 4, Princeton Rays 0
The P-Rays watched their winning streak come to an end as they were shut-out in the series opener against Bristol. The P-Rays managed just four hits on the night. Hugo Duarte suffered the loss.
GCL Red Sox 10, GCL Rays 4
The Rays lost their final match-up of the season against the Red Sox on Thursday. Armando Araiza was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Bralin Jackson was 2 for 5. Yoel Araujo was 2 for 5. Douglas Duran had a double and an RBI. Wilmer Dominguez drove home 2 runs. Geisel De La Cruz took the loss. Kyle Pelchy threw 3 scoreless innings.
DSL Rays 10, DSL Mariner 3
Cristian Toribio was 2 for 4 with 2 RBI’s. Roberto Adolfo was 2 for 2 with 2 RBI’s. Julio Herrera had a double. Enmanuel Paulino had a triple. Nelson Arguila was the winning pitcher. The DSL has cancelled Friday and Saturday’s games due to rainfall from Tropical Storm Isaac, ending the DSL Rays season. They finished with a 28-42 record putting them in sixth place in the division.
Keith Castillo had a rbi in bottom of the 9th to tie it for BG ,he is still on 7-day dlReplyDelete
how can this be ?
I saw that too. When they moved the 3 to the restricted list they must have activated Castillo for last night's game. It wasn't announced to us or on milb.com. I added him to the active roster when I saw him playing, but there is still no move today. I imagine when Lopez gets there they will make another move, maybe with Castillo. Maybe milb just turned their head for a game in light of the suspensions, don't know.ReplyDelete
And here's the move back to the DL:ReplyDelete
Bowling Green, KY – In conjunction with the Tampa Bay Rays, the Bowling Green Hot Rods announce that LHP Reinaldo Lopez has been received from Short Season-A Hudson Valley. In a corresponding move, C Keith Castillo has been placed on the Disabled List. The moves leave the Hot Rods 25-man roster at its full capacity.
Lopez isn't a lefty of course, but they'll figure that out when he gets to Kentucky.Delete