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4/16/2018 MiLB Gameday: Clippers, Goats, and Fireflies (Oh My)

Discussion in 'Minor League Forums' started by Cuzittt, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (William Cuevas) @ Columbus Clippers [CLE] (Alexi Ogando) [6:35pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Kyle Hart) vs. Hartford Yard Goats [COL] (Parker French) [6:05pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (Roniel Raudes) vs. Potomac Nationals [WAS] (Sterling Sharp) [7:05pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Alex Scherff) vs. Columbia Fireflies [NYM] (Chris Viall) [7:05pm]

    (Season Begins Later)
    New York Penn League Lowell Spinners - Opening Day - June 15th
    Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox - Opening Day - June 18th
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox - Opening Day - ???





    MiLB TV
    MiLB Radio

    Local Media:


    Providence Journal
    Pawtucket Times

    Seadogs: Portland Press Herald

    Salem: Roanoke Times

    Greenville: Greenville Online

    Lowell: Lowell Sun
  2. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Portland postponed. Doubleheader tomorrow.
  3. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    PawSox come back from four down after one, defeat the Clippers 9-6.


    William Cuevas relinquished five runs on five hits (including taters from Francisco Mejia and Adam Rosales) and three walks over four frames, striking out six and uncorking a wild pitch. Kyle Martin walked one and whiffed three in two scoreless innings. Robby Scott surrendered an unearned run on a hit, a walk, and a wild pitch in the seventh; striking out the side. Ryan Brasier allowed three hits and a walk in two scoreless frames; whiffing a trio.

    Mike Olt obliterated Clips pitching with three doubles and a homer in his four matchups. Sam Travis and Ivan De Jesus each slapped a pair of hits in five trips; Travis with a tater. Mike Miller managed a moonshot in his four at-bats. Dan Butler walked twice in four appearances. Aneury Tavarez was hit by a pitch and stole a base amid four hitless treks. Jantzen Witte struck out twice in his four futile jaunts. Jeremy Barfield and Rusney Castillo each suffered five fruitless forays.
  4. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Drive lit up by the Fireflies, 7-1.


    Alex Scherff surrendered four runs on four hits, six walks, and a wild pitch over 4 1/3 frames; striking out six. Marcos Lantigua walked one over 2 2/3 scoreless innings; whiffing one. Juan Florentino yielded two runs on two hits – one a roundtripper from Walter Rasquin – while striking out one in the eighth. Lukas Young allowed a run on three hits and a walk in the ninth; whiffing a pair.

    Everlouis Lozada lashed a pair of singles and walked once in five excursions. Samuel Miranda, Victor Acosta, Marino Campana, and Pedro Castellanos each contributed a single in four ventures. Michael Osinski obtained two free passes in four matchups. Cole Brannen walked twice and stole a base in five appearances. Ramfis Berroa walked once and struck out thrice. Frankie Rios whiffed four times in his five hitless trips.
  5. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Potomac stomp Salem, 9-4.


    Roniel Raudes relinquished five runs on five hits, two walks, a wild pitch, and two balks over 3 1/3 innings. Algenis Martinez allowed three runs on a walk and four hits – the big shot a Carter Keiboom Grand Slam in the seven run fourth – over 3 2/3 frames; whiffing a trio. Jordan Weems yielded a run on a hit and three walks while getting only two outs in the eighth – both by way of the K. Matthew Gorst picked up the final four outs without incident.

    Tyler Hill hit two singles in four trips. Bobby Dalbec crushed a homer and was hit twice by pitches in five appearances. Ryan Scott served up a single and took a free pass in four sessions. Jhon Nunez notched a single and a stolen base in four jaunts. Santiago Espinal, Brett Netzer, and Jerry Downs each delivered a hit in five excursions; Espinal with a double. Trent Kemp took a walk amid three hitless treks. Chris Madera managed a free pass in five matchups.

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