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8/5 MiLB Gameday: CBM and the Drake
Posted 05 August 2011 - 08:36 AM
IL: Pawtucket (Kevin Millwood) vs. Buffalo (Miguel Batista) [7:05pm]
EL: Portland (Chris Balcom-Miller) @ Richmond (Daryl Maday) [7:05pm]
CL: Salem (Drake Britton) @ Kinston (Clayton Cook) [6:35pm]
SAL: Greenville (Brandon Workman) vs. Lexington (TBD) [7:05pm]
NYPL: Lowell (Joe Holtmeyer) vs. Connecticut (TBD) [7:05pm]
GCL: GCL Red Sox @ Twins [12:00pm]
DSL: DSL Sox vs. Rays [10:30am]
Ryan Lavarnaway named International League Player of the Month.
Charlie Haeger moved to the Inactive List, Miguel Gonzalez activated in Portland.
Tyler Wilson will piggy-back Holtmeyer in Lowell.
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Posted 05 August 2011 - 02:34 PM
Posted 05 August 2011 - 05:09 PM
Edited by SoxScout, 05 August 2011 - 05:42 PM.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 07:25 PM
Britton got 7 outs, 5 by K, but walked 4 and gave up 3 hits
Posted 05 August 2011 - 07:40 PM
Francisco Tavarez went 2 2/3 innings, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) on 5 hits, 2 walks and a HBP; striking out 2. Jennel Hudson went 2 1/3 innings, giving up a hit, a walk and 2 HBPs. Brenden Shepard went 2 innings, striking out 4. Jadd Schmeltzer went 2 innings, allowing 2 runs on 6 hits; striking out one.
Jose Vinicio went 4/5 with a double, triple, 2 SBs and a CS. Jose Colorado went 3/4 with a triple, walk and CS. Zach Kapstein went 3/4. Cody Koback went 2/4 with a double and a HBP. Aneury Tavarez went 2/4 with a HR and a walk. Kendrick Perkins went 1/3 with a HR and 2 walks. Roberto Reyes went 1/2 with a double after replacing Jordan Weems who went 0/3. Dreilly Guerrero went 0/3 with a sacrifice. Williams Jerez went 0/5.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 08:31 PM
Posted 05 August 2011 - 08:43 PM
Drake Britton went 2 1/3 innings, allowing 4 runs (3 earned) on 3 hits, 4 walks, a HBP and 2 WPs; striking out 5. Anatanear Batista went 3 innings, allowing 3 runs on 2 hits, 3 walks and a WP; striking out one. Jeremiah Bayer went 2 2/3 innings, allowing 3 runs (2 earned) on 4 hits, 2 walks, a HBP and 2 WPs; striking out one.
Shannon Wilkerson went 1/2 with a walk and a CS. Josue Peley went 1/3. Kolbrin Vitek and Derrik Gibson each went 1/4; Gibson with a double, Vitek with a HR. Miles Head went 0/2 with 2 walks. Bryce Brentz went 0/3 with a walk. Zach Gentile went 0/3 after replacing Alex Valdez who went 0/1. Jorge Padron and Peter Hissey each went 0/4.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 08:48 PM
Tyler Wilson went 4 innings, allowing 4 runs on 7 hits (1 HR), a walk and 2 HBPs; striking out one. Nefi Ogando went 4 innings, allowing a run on 3 hits and a walk; striking out 3. Joe Holtmeyer went an inning, allowing a run on 2 hits; striking out one.
Tim Roberson went 2/3 with a HR and a walk. Moko Moanaroa went 2/4 with a double. Keury de la Cruz went 1/4. Matty Johnson and Jose Garcia each went 0/3 with a walk; Johnson with a SB. Roberto Ramos and Drew Turocy went 0/3. Matthew Gedman and Seth Schwindenhammer each went 0/4.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 09:07 PM
Chris Balcom-Miller went 5 1/3 innings, allowing 5 runs on 8 hits, 2 walks and 2 WPs; striking out 4. Miguel Gonzalez went 2 2/3 innings, striking out 4.
Dan Butler and Oscar Tejeda each went 1/3. Jon Hee went 1/4. Matt Spring went 0/3 with a walk. Ryan Dent and Heiker Meneses each went 0/3. Mitch Dening, Mark Wagner and Ryan Khoury each went 0/4.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 09:09 PM
Brandon Workman went 5 innings, allowing 3 runs (2 earned) on 4 hits and 2 walks; striking out 7. Scott Swinson went 1 1/3 innings, allowing 4 runs on 5 hits; striking out one. Michael Olmsted went 2/3rds of an inning, allowing 2 runs (1 earned) on 2 hits and 2 walks; striking out 2. Michael Gleason went 3 innings, allowing a run on 2 hits (1 HR); striking out 2. Justin Erasmus pitched the 11th, giving up 2 hits.
Felix Sanchez and Sean Coyle each went 2/5 with a walk; Coyle with 2 doubles, Sanchez with a triple and a SB. Michael Almanzar went 2/5. Drew Hedman went 1/4 with a double and a walk. Brandon Jacobs went 1/5 and reached on Catcher's Interference. Christian Vazquez, Xander Bogaerts, and Drew Dominguez each went 1/5; Bogaerts with a HR. Henry Ramos went 0/5.
Michael Almanzar singles on a line drive to right fielder Emilio King.
Drew Hedman doubles (16) on a line drive to left fielder Daniel Adamson. Michael Almanzar to 3rd.
Drew Dominguez grounds out, second baseman Delino DeShields to first baseman Tyler Burnett. Michael Almanzar scores. Drew Hedman to 3rd.
Felix Sanchez reaches on fielding error by first baseman Tyler Burnett. Drew Hedman scores.
Sean Coyle pops out to second baseman Delino DeShields.
Brandon Jacobs reaches on catcher interference by Roberto Pena. Felix Sanchez to 2nd. Brandon Jacobs to 1st.
Christian Vazquez singles on a line drive to center fielder Jay Austin. Felix Sanchez scores. Brandon Jacobs to 3rd.
Pitcher Change: Jason Chowning replaces Brian Streilein.
With Henry Ramos batting, wild pitch by Jason Chowning, Brandon Jacobs scores. Christian Vazquez to 2nd.
Henry Ramos grounds out, first baseman Tyler Burnett to pitcher Jason Chowning.
Drew Dominguez singles on a line drive to left fielder Daniel Adamson.
Felix Sanchez bunt pops out to catcher Roberto Pena in foul territory.
Sean Coyle walks. Drew Dominguez to 2nd.
Brandon Jacobs singles on a line drive to left fielder Daniel Adamson. Drew Dominguez scores. Sean Coyle to 2nd.
Posted 05 August 2011 - 09:17 PM
Kevin Millwood went 6 innings, allowing 4 runs on 8 hits (1 HR) and a walk; striking out 3. Hideki Okajima went 1 2/3 innings, allowing a run on 2 hits and 2 walks (1 IBB). Jason Rice pitched 1 1/3 innings, striking out one.
Daniel Nava went 2/3 with a walk. Che-Hsuan Lin went 2/4 with a double, a walk and a SB. Brett Carroll went 2/5 with a SB. Luis Exposito went 1/3 with a walk. Jed Lowrie and Lars Anderson each went 1/4 with awalk; Anderson with a HR [Lowrie's pinch-runner, Tony Thomas, scored the winning run]. Nate Spears went 0/2 with 3 walks and a SB. Hector Luna and Jose Iglesias each went 0/4; Iglesias with a SB.
Defensive Substitution: Raul Chavez replaces Luis Hernandez, batting 9th, playing catcher.
Che-Hsuan Lin singles on a line drive to right fielder Mike Baxter.
Nate Spears strikes out swinging.
Jed Lowrie singles on a line drive to right fielder Mike Baxter. Che-Hsuan Lin to 3rd.
Offensive Substitution: Pinch runner Tony Thomas replaces Jed Lowrie.
Lars Anderson strikes out swinging.
Brett Carroll singles on a soft line drive to right fielder Mike Baxter. Che-Hsuan Lin scores. Tony Thomas scores.
Posted 06 August 2011 - 08:32 AM
Brett Carroll’s two-run single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Pawtucket Red Sox a 6-5 victory over the Buffalo Bisons on Friday night at McCoy Stadium. It was Pawtucket’s third walk-off win in their last four games.
Che-Hsuan Lin led off the ninth inning with a single to right. After Nate Spears struck out, Jed Lowrie lined a single to right, moving Lin to third. Lars Anderson struck out for the second out of the inning, but Carroll then blooped a soft liner to right, scoring Lin and Tony Thomas, who entered the game as a pinch-runner for Lowrie.
Carroll finished with two hits and three RBI. Anderson hit his 12th homer of the season in the first inning. Lin had a pair of hits and scored twice.
All of Richmond's scoring came in the fourth off starter Chris Balcom-Miller, without the benefit of any particularly hard-hit balls.
The half-hour rally started with an infield single by Charlie Culbertson, when Portland first baseman Matt Spring couldn't handle a low throw from third baseman Jon Hee.
After one out, Chris Dominguez looped an opposite-field double just fair down the right-field line to score Culbertson.
After Wes Hodges bounced to the pitcher, lefty-swinging Johnny Monell also went to the opposite field, chopping a double just over the third-base bag to score Dominguez.
Balcom-Miller's nightmarish inning was not over. After Wendell Fairley singled up the middle, Skyler Stromsmoe got the final hit of the rally, an RBI blooper over second base that three fielders converged on too late.
Balcom-Miller was relieved after 99 pitches by Miguel Gonzalez, with one out in the sixth.
"I thought Chris had a good approach tonight. He was very efficient," said Portland Manager Kevin Boles. "But give Richmond's hitters credit, they did what they needed to do."
Offensively, Portland's chances were hampered by a 15-mph breeze that never diminished.
The Sea Dogs hit five balls -- all caught -- that might have been home runs or gone for extra-base hits on a calmer night.
"Yes, I thought some of those balls would go a lot farther than they did, but that's the way it goes," said Boles.
Red Sox pitchers issued nine walks and tossed five wild pitches, Salem's defense made three errors, and Kinston broke it open with five runs in the sixth, routing the Sox 10-2 on Friday night at Grainger Stadium.
After falling behind 4-0 early, Salem came within two after Kolbrin Vitek's solo home run in the top of the sixth, but the Indians batted around in the bottom of the frame and rolled to the series-opening victory.
Salem starter Drake Britton lasted just 2 13 innings, throwing 67 pitches to 15 batters and obtaining only seven outs.
The Indians scored an unearned run in the last of the first and then rallied for three more in the bottom of the third with Tyler Cannon's RBI double driving in two, chasing Britton from the ballgame in the process.
Down 4-0, the Red Sox loaded the bases with one out in the fifth against Indians starter Clayton Cook, who held Salem to just one run, scoring on Shannon Wilkerson's fielder's choice ground-out.
In the top of the sixth, Vitek's second homer of the season cut the deficit to two, and Miles Head drew a two-out walk that ended Cook's day. But Jose Flores induced a Jorge Padron ground-out to end the threat.
A tight game became a laugher via Kinston's five-run sixth, utilizing four walks, one hit-batter, three wild pitches, and two singles to score five times. Anatanaer Batista, who had thrown three scoreless innings until the sixth, was charged with three of the runs, while Jeremiah Bayer was assessed two.
Greenville tied the game with four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning, and Brandon Jacobs' walk-off single in the 11th gave the Drive an 11-10 victory over the Lexington Legends Friday night.
Greenville built an early 5-0 lead. Felix Sanchez led off the first with a triple and scored on Sean Coyle's double. Coyle came around to score on two infield outs. In the second inning, two Lexington errors, an RBI single by Sanchez and a two-run double by Coyle produced three more runs.
The Legends came back with three runs in the fifth inning. Tyler Burnett led off with a single, moved to second on Ben Orloff's ground out and scored on Emilio King's two-out single and an error by Jacobs, the left fielder. Delino DeShields Jr. walked, and after a throwing error by catcher Christian Vazquez on a pickoff attempt, Jay Austin doubled home two runs to cut the Greenville lead to 5-3.
Xander Bogaerts' solo homer made the score 6-3 in the sixth, but Lexington took the lead in the top of the seventh. Consecutive singles by Burnett, Orloff and Roberto Pena brought home one run. King grounded into a force play at second, but DeShields singled, scoring Orloff, and Austin followed with another two-run double, giving the Legends a 7-6 advantage.
In the top of the eighth, an RBI single by King and an error by first baseman Michael Almanzar gave the Legends two more runs , and Burnett's solo homer in the ninth made the score 10-6 Legends.
Almanzar started Greenville's ninth-inning rally with a single. Drew Hedman followed with a double, sending Almanzar to third, from where he scored on a ground out by Drew Dominguez. Sanchez reached on an error at first base by Burnett as Hedman scored from third. Coyle popped out, but Jacobs was awarded first base on Pena's catcher interference, moving Sanchez to second. Vazquez singled, scoring Sanchez to cut the Legends' lead to one, and sending Jacobs to third. Jason Chowning relieved Brian Streilein for Lexington, and Chowning's wild pitch allowed Jacobs to score the tying run.
For the third consecutive night the Lowell Spinners found themselves in an early hole and once again they were unable to catch-up, dropping the first of a two-game series to the Connecticut Tigers on Fireworks Night at LeLacheur Park Friday night, 6-1.
Connecticut (20-26) jumped all over Spinners' starter Tyler Wilson after Tyler Collins started things off with a one-out single. Collins stole second base and Wilson hit Jason King with a pitch before allowing a two-run single to Dean Green. Aaron Westlake followed with a two-run home run to put the Tigers ahead, 4-0, before Wilson stranded runners on first and second to get out of the inning.
Lowell (20-28) got on the board in the second inning on a solo home run by Tim Roberson, his second of the season, cutting the Tigers lead to 4-1.
The Tigers would add insurance runs in the seventh, off Nefi Ogando, and the ninth, off Joe Holtmeyer, for what would hold as a 6-1 final.
Offensively the Spinners had just five hits. Roberson was 2-for-3 with a home run, while Moko Moanaroa was 2-for-4 with a double. Keury De La Cruz had the lone other Spinner hit.
Wilson (2-3, 3.62) settled down after allowing four first inning runs, not allowing another run over his next three innings. Over four innings, Wilson allowed four runs on seven hits, striking out one. Ogando followed with four innings, allowing one run on three hits, striking out three. Holtmeyer allowed one run on two hits, striking out one in the ninth.