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8/18/18 MiLB Gameday: Head-to-Head Playoff Battles

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  1. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

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    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Justin Haley) vs. Durham Bulls [TBR] (Ryan Weber) [6:15pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Matt Kent) vs. Altoona Curve [PIT] (Cam Vieaux) [6:00pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (Kutter Crawford) vs. Down East Wood Ducks [TEX] (Jason Bahr) [6:05pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Alex Scherff) vs. Hickory Crawdads [TEX] (TBD) [7:05pm]
    New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Tri-City ValleyCats [HOU] (TBD) [5:35pm]
    Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox @/vs. GCL Twins [10:00am] [Psuedo-DH]
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 vs./@ DSL Rays [10:00am] [DH]
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 vs./@ DSL Astros [10:00am] [DH]

    Notes:

    It appears that the GCL Twins and Sox will complete their suspended game from yesterday today... as opposed to waiting until next week. Sox lead the game 4-1 in the fourth.

    Playoff Positioning:

    Pawtucket - Elimination Number 3 (Division), 11 (Wild Card)
    Portland - Elimination Number 5
    Salem - 6 Games Back of Lynchburg, Elimination Number 12
    Greenville - TIED with Lexington
    Lowell - 2.5 GB of Tri-City (Division), 2 GB Brooklyn (WC)
    GCL - TIED with Twins, 1.5 GA of Rays

    DSL1 - Eliminated
    DSL2 - Eliminated


    Scoreboard:

    Scoreboard

    Media:

    MiLB TV
    MiLB Radio

    Local Media:

    Pawsox:

    Providence Journal
    Pawtucket Times

    Seadogs: Portland Press Herald

    Salem: Roanoke Times

    Greenville: Greenville Online

    Lowell: Lowell Sun
     
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    GCL goes back on top of the Division with a 4-2 win in the suspended game.

    Boxscore

    Miguel Suero surrendered one run on two hits and a balk over 3 1/3 innings yesterday; striking out three. Yoan Aybar yielded one run on four hits and a wild pitch; whiffing a trio over 2 1/3 frames. Alberto Franco allowed one hit and one walk over the final 1 1/3 innings.

    Brandon Howlett hit two singles and a double in four battles. Elih Marrero mashed two singles in four excursions. Nicholas Northcut notched a single and a hit by pitch in four matchups. Juan Carlos Abreu collected a triple and a stolen base in four jaunts. Ricardo Cubillan chipped in with two walks in three contests. Bramdon Perez walked once in three plate appearances. Jecorrah Arnold and Keibert Petit each procured a base on balls in four treks. Caleb Ramsey struck out all three times he came to the plate.
     
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    DSL2 loses game one, 2-1.

    Boxscore

    Carlos Velez allowed one run on four hits, two walks, two hit by pitches, and a wild pitch over 4 1/3 innings; striking out two. Robinson Montero relinquished the winning run on two singles in the seventh; over his 2 1/3 frames, Montero also hit a batter, tossed a wild pitch, and struck out a pair.

    Yulis Hernandez hit two singles in three trips. Ronaldo Pulgar punched a single in three plate appearances. Luis Hernandez had a single in four forays. Juan Rojas reached on a walk and a hit by pitch before being replaced by Andres Gari who was unable to reach in his one up. Nelfy Abreu notched a base on balls and a sacrifice fly in four attempts. Gabriel Perez dropped two sacrifice bunts in three ventures. Gabriel Quintero was hit by a pitch in three quests. Kleiber Rodriguez and Gregori Custodio each had a trio of contemptible contests.
     
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    DSL1 fall short with a seventh inning rally, lose 3-2.

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    Yoelvis Guedez gave up two runs on four hits and two walks in four frames; punching out a sextet. Felix Gomez walked one in the fifth. Armando Acosta allowed one run on three hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch over the final two innings.

    Denny Daza and Fabian Andrade each singled twice in three forays; Andrade with a steal, Daza with a caught stealing. Gilberto Jimenez garnered a single and a stolen base in two jaunts before being replaced by Ruben Hernandez who drew a walk and struck out. Carlos Sanchez swatted a single in three sessions. Leonel Jimenez earned two free passes and was caught stealing in three junkets. Lewis Baez, Breiner Licona, and Jesus Maita each struck out once in three bad battles. Wilker Vargas was vanquished in all four ventures.
     
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    GCL Sox sweep the Twins with a 4-3, game two, victory.

    Boxscore

    Chase Shugart surrendered two hits in two innings; whiffing one. Yusniel Padron-Artilles allowed two hits and struck out a pair over his three frames. Gregorio Reyes relinquished three runs on a single, a double, and a triple before being pulled in the sixth. Eddy Reynoso yielded a hit and a walk in the sixth; punching out one. Juan Morillo tossed a 1-2-3 seventh with one whiff.

    Jonathan Diaz delivered a singel and a double in three jaunts. Juan Carlos Abreu contributed two singles and a sacrifice bunt in four contests. Keibert Petit procured a double and a walk in three treks. Esteban Quiroz singled once and took a base on balls in four quests. Chad Hardy hit a single in three at-bats. Jecorrah Arnold singled once in four junkets. Juan Hernandez walked once in three ventures. Justin Qiang was hit by a pitch in three appearances. Nicholas Northcut struck out in all three mistimed matchups.
     
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    DSL2 loses game 2 to the Rays, 2-1 in five frames.

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    Jose Ramirez relinquished two runs (one earned) on three hits, four walks, and three wild pitches over 4 1/3 innings; striking out one. Hansel Viola walked the only batter he faced. Isaias Ozoria got a ground out and a pop out to end the fifth.

    Nelfy Abreu notched a single and a walk but was caught stealing to end the fifth (and the game). Ronaldo Pulgar and Gabriel Perez each punched triples in two at-bats; Perez was subsequently picked off of third (in the fifth inning). Yulis Hernandez hit a double in two tries. Kleiber Rodriguez walked once in two treks. Luis Hernandez dropped a sacrifice bunt in two ventures. Andres Gari, Gregorio Custodio, and Carlos Martinez each suffered a pair of contemptible contests.
     
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    DSL1's second game suspended by rain in the second with no score. The game is likely to be canceled outright as the two teams do not meet again this season and there is no playoff considerations to consider for either side.
     
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    Salem shut out, 6-0.

    Boxscore

    Kutter Crawford pitched five shutout innings on a bunt single and two walks before yielding three runs on a single, a double, and a triple in the sixth, picking up one out. Crawford punched out eight over his 5 1/3 innings. Yankory Pimentel yielded three runs on six hits and a walk over two frames; whiffing a pair. Durbin Feltman – for the first time in his professional career – came into the game mid-inning and with runners on base. Feltman gave up two hits (and allowed one of his three inherited runners) over his 1 2/3 innings – his first multi-inning performance in the pros.

    Brett Netzer notched two doubles in four battles. Jerry Downs delivered a single and a walk in four dances. Jake Romanski roped a single in three junkets. Michael Osinski obtained one single in four opportunities. Tyler Hill was hit by a pitch in four trips Jagger Rusconi and Victor Acosta were vanquished in six combined ventures. C.J. Chatham and Josh Tobias each took a quartet of junky jaunts.
     
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    Portland shuts out the Curve, 3-0.

    Boxscore

    Matt Kent allowed two hits and four walks over 6 2/3 frames; whiffing a trio. Trevor Kelley walked one in 1 1/3 innings. Josh Taylor gave up two hits in a scoreless ninth.

    Bobby Dalbec delivered two doubles and was hit by a pitch in four battles. Danny Mars managed a single in three matchups. Chris Madera, Jordan Betts, and Michael Chavis each contributed a hit in four contests; Betts with a double. Deiner Lopez walked once in three dances. Chad De La Guerra and Jhon Nunez each notched a free pass in four jaunts. Johnny Bladel was unable to reach in three uninspired ups.
     
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    Lowell scores seven in the eighth, defeat Tri-City 9-2.

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    Chris Machemer was charged with one run on a solo moonshot from Logan Mattix, two additional hits, and two walks over four frames; punching out two. Francisco Lopez-Soto surrendered one run on four hits over one inning and two batters; striking out a pair. Danny Bethea whiffed one while picking up the three outs in the sixth. Alex Demchak walked one and punched out one in the seventh. Kris Jackson yielded three hits and struck out a pair over the final two innings.

    Devlin Granberg garnered two singles and a downtown shot in five dances. Grant Williams and Korby Batesole each blooped two singles and took a base on balls in five battles; Williams stole a base and was caught stealing. Alberto Schmidt swatted two singles in four sessions. Dylan Hardy hit a single, drew two walks, and was hit by a pitch in five forays. Lane Milligan and Tyler Esplin each mashed one hit and drew one free pass in five excursions; Esplin with a double, Milligan with a triple. Tyler Dearden delivered a single and struck out four times. Jonathan Ortega obtained one walk in four opportunities.
     
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    PawSox shut down, 3-0.

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    Fernando Rodriguez relinquished two hits and two walks over 3 2/3 innings; striking out three. Matt Gorst gave up two runs on a walk and a Brandon Snyder – 2013 World Champion – homer over his 2 1/3 frames. Marcus Walden walked one and whiffed one over two scoreless innings. Bobby Poyner yielded one unearned run on two hits in the ninth.

    Mike Miller managed a pair of singles in three matchups. Brandon Phillips procured one single and was caught stealing in three at-bats. Tzu-Wei Lin lined a double in four trips. Sam Travis, Josh Ockimey, Jantzen Witte, Cole Sturgeon, and Oscar Hernandez each had a trio of odious opportunities. Aneury Taverez had four abysmal appearances.
     
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    Drive win 7-1.

    Boxscore

    Alex Scherff allowed one run on a solo tater by Tyreque Reed and a single over four frames; striking out five. Durin O'Linger delivered three scoreless innings on two hits, a walk, and a wild pitch; whiffing four. Dominic LoBrutto punched out one in a 1-2-3 eighth. Zach Schellenger yielded one single and struck out a pair in the ninth.

    Tanner Nishioka notched three singles and a walk in five trips. Jarren Duran delivered a single and two doubles in five jaunts. Frankie Rios ripped two doubles and received two free passes in five forays. Ryan Fitzgerald flipped two singles and took a base on balls in five appearances. Charlie Madden singled twice in five matchups. Jordan Wren whipped a single and walked twice in five junkets. Kervin Suarez struck a single, stole a base, and was caught stealing home in six sessions. Pedro Castellanos and Zach Sterry each walked to first once in five contests.
     
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