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8/30/2018 MiLB Gameday: Bazardo and the Drive - keeping hope alive

Discussion in 'Minor League Forums' started by Cuzittt, Aug 30, 2018.

  1. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Justin Haley) vs. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs [PHI] (Jerad Eickhoff) [7:05pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Kyle Hart) vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats [TOR] (Hector Perez) [7:00pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (TBD) @ Winston-Salem Dash [CHW] (Luis Martinez) [7:00pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Eduard Bazardo) @ Rome Braves [ATL] (Freddy Tarnok) [7:05pm]
    New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Tri-City Valley Cats [HOU] (TBD) [6:35pm]
    Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox - Season Complete
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 - Season Complete
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 - Season Complete


    Playoff Positioning:

    Pawtucket - Eliminated
    Portland - Eliminated
    Salem - Eliminated

    Greenville - 2 GB of Lexington
    Lowell - Elimination Number 2 (Division), 3 (Wild Card)

    Post-Season All-Stars:

    Pawsox: Rusney Castillo (OF - Second Consecutive)
    Portland: None
    Greenville: Denyi Reyes (Outstanding Pitcher of the Year)



    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

    Drive crash against the Braves, 5-1.


    Eduard Bazardo was battered for four runs on seven hits – including a Jefry Ramos round tripper – a hit by pitch and a wild pitch over six frames; punching out a septet. Rio Gomez whiffed a pair in a 1-2-3 seventh. Zach Schellenger surrendered one run on two walks, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch in the eighth; striking out one.

    Charlie Madden crushed a double and walked twice in three matchups. Jarren Duran delivered a single in four jaunts. Tanner Nishioka notched a base on balls in four trips. Pedro Castellanos, Zach Sterry, Jordan Wren, and Everlouis Lozada combined for a dozen excruciating excursions. Kervin Suarez and Ryan Fitzgerald each suffered a quartet of futile forays.
  3. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Spinners vanquished by the Valley Cats, 3-2.


    Chase Shugart struck out a trio and had one batter reach on an error over his first three innings for Lowell. Brian Brown was bopped for two hits and whiffed three over his two frames. Yoan Aybar yielded one run on one hit, one walk, and one hit by pitch in the sixth. Logan Browning let in two runs on two walks, a wild pitch, and a Luis Encarnacion long ball over two innings; punching out a trio. Kris Jackson whipped a pair and gave up one hit in the ninth.

    Tyler Esplin hit a single in two excursions before being replaced by Trey Ganns who garnered two terrible trips. Nicholas Northcut and Korby Batesole each notched a single in four at-bats. Alan Marrero walked three times in four matchups and was replaced by Jonathan Ortega after reaching in the ninth; Ortega stole a base. Xavier LeGrant earned two free passes in four ventures. Brandon Howlett earned one base on balls in four battles. Dylan Hardy, Devlin Granberg, and Cole Brannen each had a quartet of contemptible contests.
  4. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Salem squashed, 13-0.


    Kevin McAvoy was knocked for ten runs on a hit by pitch, two walks, and nine hits – including a Laz Rivera Grand Slam – over four frames; striking out three. Joan Martinez yielded two runs on four hits, a walk, and a plunking over 1 2/3 innings; whiffing a trio. Austin Glorius gave up one run on a hit and a walk over 1 2/3 frames; punching out three. Nick Lovullo made his pitching debut by getting the final two outs, giving up two hits and allowing his inherited runner to score.

    Ryan Scott scorched a single in three sessions. Josh Tobias thumped a single in four jaunts. Jagger Rusconi and Nick Sciortino each secured a free pass in three junkets. C.J. Chatham and Jerry Downs each took one walk in four contests. Tyler Hill, Brett Netzer, and Michael Osinski combined to notch a dozen odious opportunities.
  5. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Sea Dogs downed by New Hampshire, 4-2.


    Kyle Hart was hit for two runs on eight hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch over six frames; whiffing a sextet. Harrison Cooney was charged with two runs on three hits, four walks, and a wild pitch in two innings. Jordan Weems yielded one hit in the ninth.

    Chris Madera mashed two singles and took a walk in four matchups. Luke Tendler lined a pair of singles and was caught stealing in four trips. Bobby Dalbec drilled a single and was drilled by a pitch in four battles. Jeremy Rivera ripped a single and drew a base on balls in five jaunts. Chad De La Guerra garnered a free pass and a stolen base in five contests. Austin Rei was hit by a pitch in four appearances. Deiner Lopez, Jantzen Witte, and Esteban Quiroz each had four quizzical quests.
  6. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Iron Pigs scrap by the PawSox, 5-4.


    Justin Haley yielded two runs (one earned) on five hits and a walk over five frames; whiffing six. Bobby Poyner was pounced upon for two runs on six hits over 1 2/3 innings. Travis Lakins got a pair of ground outs and a pair of fly outs in his perfect outing. Fernando Rodriguez relinquished an unearned run on a hit and an intentional walk in the ninth.

    Sam Travis thumped two singles and a double while drawing a walk in four sessions. Mike Miller managed a single, a base on balls, and a sacrifice fly in four matchups. Tony Renda ripped a single, stole a base, and was hit by two pitches in four trips. Christian Vazquez had a single and a walk in five ventures. Josh Ockimey singled once in four opportunities. Rafael Devers received a free pass in four dances before being replaced by Aneury Tavarez who popped out in the ninth. Kyle Wren reached with one walk in four treks. Tzu-Wei Lin and Rusney Castillo combined for ten calamitous contests.

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