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7/30 MiLB Gameday: Daisuke Rehabs
Posted 30 July 2012 - 10:44 AM
IL: Pawtucket (Daisuke Matsuzaka) @ Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (John Maine) [7:05pm]
EL: Portland - OFF
CL: Salem - OFF
SAL: Greenville (Jason Garcia) vs. Charleston (Phillip Wetherell) [7:05pm]
NYPL: Lowell (Pat Light) vs. State College (Luis Heredia) [7:05pm]
GCL GCL Sox @ GCL Orioles [12:00pm]
DSL DSL Sox vs. DSL Yankees2 [10:30am]
Pawsox back to first with the win yesterday.
Zach Stewart to follow Matsuzaka.
@Scranton/Wilkes-Barre is actually @Rochester.
Lowell has shutout the opposition in three consecutive games (a team record). The consecutive scoreless innings record is 25, set last season.
Lowell has won 6 of 8.
Deven Marrero has reached base safely in 16 consecutive games (17 hits, 17 walks).
Pawsox: Providence Journal, Pawtucket Times
Seadogs: Portland Press Herald
Salem: Roanoke Times
Greenville: Greenville Online
Lowell: Lowell Sun
Posted 30 July 2012 - 12:23 PM
Matt Spring back to Portland... Mike Rivera apparently feeling better after his hit by pitch.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 05:55 PM
Posted 30 July 2012 - 08:15 PM
Dioscar Romero went 5 innings, allowing 3 runs (2 earned) on 4 hits and a walk; striking out one. Yankory Pimentel went 4 innings, giving up 3 hits and a walk; striking out 3. Leonel Vazquez pitched an inning, striking out one.
Alixon Suarez and Aneudis Peralta each went 2/4; Peralta with a double and a CS, Suarez with a walk. Andres Garcia went 1/3 with 2 walks. Robert del Rosario and Pablo Urena each went 1/4; del Rosario with a triple. Manuel Margot went 0/4 with a walk and a SB. Gregori Titts went 0/3 before being replaced by Anthony Amaya who went 0/1. Roberto Duncan and Ricardo Andujar each went 0/4.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 08:23 PM
Sergio Gomez went 5 innings, giving up 5 hits and a WP; striking out 4. Luis Bastardo went an inning, walking one and striking out 2. Stephen Williams went 2 innings, walking one and striking out one. Stephen Williams went 2 innings, walking one and striking out one. Gerardo Olivares went an inning, striking out one.
Jose Colorado went 2/3 with a double, HBP and CS. David Sopilka went 2/4. Cleuluis Rondon went 1/3 with a walk. Iseha Conklin went 1/3 with a double and a sacrifice. Miguel Rodriguez went 1/4. Jeremias Pineda went 0/3 with a HBP, a SB and a CS. Keaton Briscoe went 0/3 with a SF. Kevin Mager and Nick Moore each wemt 0/4.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 08:44 PM
Daisuke Matsuzaka went 2 1/3 innings, giving up 4 hits and a walk; striking out 3. Nelson Figueroa went 4 1/3 innings, allowing a run on 3 hits and a walk; striking out 6. Alex Wilson pitched an inning, allowing a run on 2 hits; striking out 2.
Che-Hsuan Lin went 2/3. Nate Spears went 1/3. Andy LaRoche went 0/2 with a walk. Juan Carlos Linares, Mauro Gomez, Lars Anderson, and Ryan Lavarnway each went 0/3. Jose Iglesias and Ryan Kalish each went 0/4.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 08:48 PM
Pat Light went 2 innings, giving up a hit and striking out 4. Jacob Dahlstrand went 5 innings, allowing a run on 3 hits, 2 walks, 2 HBPs and a WP; striking out one. Braden Kapteyn went 2 innings, walking 2 and striking out 2.
Mike Miller went 2/3 with a HBP and a SB. Mookie Betts went 2/3 with a walk and a CS. Kendrick Perkins went 2/4. Aneury Tavarez went 1/3. Matthew Gedman went 1/4. Jake Davies went 0/2 with a walk. Oscar Perez went 0/2 with a sacrifice. Matthew Marquis and Deven Marrero each went 0/4.
Posted 30 July 2012 - 09:02 PM
Jason Garcia went 6 innings, giving up 2 hits, 3 walks and a HBP; striking out 3. Dylan Chavez went 2 innings, striking out 2. Nefi Ogando went 3 innings, allowing 3 runs (2 earned) on 4 hits (1 HR) and a walk; striking out 2.
Keury de la Cruz went 2/5 with a double and a HR. Jordan Weems went 2/4. Boss Moanaroa went 1/3 with a double and a walk. Cody Koback and Jose Vinicio each went 1/4. Jose Garcia went 1/5 with a SB. Garin Cecchini went 0/3 with a SF. Henry Ramos went 0/1 after replacing Drew Turocy who went 0/3. David Renfroe went 0/4.
Posted 31 July 2012 - 09:14 AM
Scranton/Wilkes Barre starter John Maine allowed only one hit in seven innings of work, retiring 21 of the 23 batters he faced, in leading the Yankees over the Pawtucket Red Sox, 2-1, Monday night.
Maine retired the first six hitters he faced, allowed a walk and a single, then retired the final 15 Pawtucket batters. Maine finished with three strikeouts.
Ronnier Mustelier and Kosuke Fukudome drovein the runs for the Yankees.
Daisuke Matsuzaka worked 22/3 innings, allowing four hits and no runs. Nelson Figueroa came on in relief and allowed a run in 42/3 innigns. Figueroa fanned six. Alex Wilson surrendered an eighth inning run that made it 2-0.
Pawtucket scored its' only run on a fileders' choice by Ryan Kalish in the ninth. Che-Hsuan Lin scored the run. He had two of the three PawSox hits. Figueroa falls to 8-3
The Yankees leapfrog the PawSox in the standings and reclaim first place in the North Division as a result of the win.
Two innings after Greenville blew a 3-0 lead, Keury De la Cruz made things all right.
The left fielder hit a 1-2 pitch over the fence in right to give the Drive a 4-3 victory over Charleston in the 11th inning.
Fresh off a 5-2 road trip, the Drive started its first eight-game homestand of the season in front of 4,516 at Fluor Field. Greenville (52-55, 18-19) has three more with Charleston (55-49, 17-21) followed by four with Hickory.
De La Cruz’s homer was his second in as many days and his 16th of the season.
Charleston’s three-run ninth ruined a solid outing from starting pitcher Jason Garcia. He came in with a 6.42 ERA but threw six shutout innings and allowed only two hits while striking out three.
Garcia said he’s become familiar with the Charleston team and has “learned to pitch with what I’ve got rather than to pitch around hitters. I felt like I overpowered them a lot with my fastball so I stuck with it.”
“He was impressive tonight,” Greenville manager Carlos Febles said of his starter. “He came in attacking the K-zone over the first four innings. In the fifth and sixth, he used his secondary stuff, which was pretty good.”
Greenville struck for two runs in the third. Jordan Weems, Vinicio, and Jose Garcia all singled to start the frame. Garcia’s single brought in Weems. Vinicio then scored on Garin Cecchini’s sacrifice fly to right field.
Too bad this is short-season Class A ball. There just might not be enough season left for the suddenly splendid Lowell Spinners to complete a long shot.
A safety squeeze by the State College Spikes in the seventh inning Monday night ended the Lowell pitchers' shutout string at 30 innings -- a team record, breaking the previous Spinners mark of 25 consecutive innings set last year.
But the winning and the fun continued.
Spinners shortstop Mike Miller hustled home from second base on an infield hit by Matt Gedman in the third inning, and he singled home Aneury Tavarez with the go-ahead run in the seventh, as once stumbling Lowell defeated State College, 2-1, at LeLeacheur Park.
Lowell (16-26) has won four straight, and seven of eight, though it began Monday nine games out in the New York-Penn League wild-card race with 35 games remaining, and nine teams ahead of it.
"We went through a tough stretch. But we've been good with our mental approach all year, and it's starting to show," said Miller (2-for-3, now batting .271), a 2012 ninth-round pick out of Cal Poly. "And now we're starting to get a few breaks."
All Spinner Land held its breath in the top of the ninth when State College's Samuel Gonzalez sent a Braden Kapteyn pitch high over the left-field foul pole toward the Merrimack.
The Spikes thought it was a game-tying homer.
"I couldn't tell," Miller said from his view at shortstop. "I was just hoping it kept hooking.
But off the bat, I thought it was a home run."
"I was blowing (it foul)," joked Spinners manager Bruce Crabbe.
Home-plate umpire Sam Vogt called it foul, the Spikes' second just-foul homer of the game.
Kapteyn wound up walking Gonzalez with one out, but then got Chris Diaz to bounce into a game-ending 4-6-3 double play.
Even after the final outs, the fun continued. A few committed pitchers remained standing in the Lowell and State College bullpens. The two bullpens had engaged in a standoff since standing for the national anthem 21/2 hours earlier.
"They did it yesterday for a little while," said Lowell starting pitcher Pat Light. "I guess today they took it to a whole new level."
"I think it's a college thing," said Crabbe.
Because State College had a bus to catch, Lowell's Jadd Schmeltzer and Tyler Wilson were the last relievers standing. So the Spinners won the fun, too.
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