8/29/18 MiLB Gameday: Lowell begins a Huge Series

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Nov 20, 2001
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Today's Games:

International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Mike Shawaryn) vs. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs [PHI] (Enyel De Los Santos) [7:05pm]
Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Matt Kent) vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats [TOR] (Jordan Romano) [7:00pm]
Carolina League Salem Red Sox (TBD) @ Winston-Salem Dash [CHW] (John Parke) [7:00pm]
South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Alex Scherff) @ Rome Braves [ATL] (Odalvi Javier) [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

Notes:

Playoff Positioning:

Pawtucket - Elimination Number 1 (Wild Card) [Eliminated from Division Title]
Portland - Eliminated
Salem - Eliminated

Greenville - 2 GB of Lexington
Lowell - 4 GB of Tri-City (Division), 3 GB Brooklyn (Wild Card)


Post-Season All-Stars:

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

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
 

Cuzittt

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Nov 20, 2001
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PawSox survive Cozen's cuadrangulars, 5-3.

Boxscore

Mike Shawaryn was spectacular in his six inning appearance, allowing two runs on two walks and Dylan Cozen two-run bomb; whiffing a quartet. Matt Gorst gave up a second Dylan Cozen shot as well as a single and a hit by pitch while getting two outs in the seventh. Josh Dwayne Smith surrendered a single, hit a batter, and struck out one over 1 1/3 innings. Robby Scott secured the save in the ninth, relinquishing a single and a walk and punching out one.

Dan Butler bopped three hits – including his sixth homer – in four at-bats. Christian Vazquez singled twice in four contests as the DH. Rafael Devers delivered a double in three dances before being replaced by Mike Miller who was unable to reach in his up. Tony Renda and Josh Ockimey each reached on a hit and a walk in four opportunities; Renda with a double. Brandon Phillips and Rusney Castillo each procured a double in four battles. Tzu-Wei Lin lined a double in five trips. Aneury Tavarez suffered a quartet of abysmal appearances.
 

Cuzittt

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Nov 20, 2001
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SeaDogs survive a wild one, 10-9.

Boxscore

Matt Kent was knocked for seven runs on a dozen hits – including dingers from Max Pentecost and old friend Santiago Espinal (his first in AA) – over five frames; Kent whiffed three and still was credited with his 12th victory. Jake Cosart yielded a hit and a walk over two scoreless; punching out a trio. Trevor Kelley was tipped for two runs on two hits, three walks, and a wild pitch in the eighth (and one batter in the ninth). Josh Taylor shut down New Hampshire by getting three quick outs in the ninth; one by way of the K.

Jeremy Rivera and Esteban Quiroz each ripped a trio of singles in five quests. Chad De La Guerra golfed a single and a homer and was plunked by a pitch in five contests. Jantzen Witte whipped two singles and drew a walk in five jaunts. Luke Tendler thumped a single and a tater in four trips before being replaced by Chris Madera who was unable to reach in his one up. Tate Matheny managed a double and a sacrifice bunt in four matchups. Jhon Nunez notched a single and a base on balls in four junkets. Danny Mars drew a base on balls and flipped a sacrifice fly in four dances. Bobby Dalbec bombed out in five battles.
 

Cuzittt

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Nov 20, 2001
20,301
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Salem slams the Dash, 10-3.

Boxscore

Kutter Crawford was charged with two runs on four hits and three walks over seven innings; whiffing a sextet. Hunter Smith surrendered one run on five hits over the final two frames; striking out one.

Michael Osinski mashed a double and two singles in five opportunities. Jagger Rusconi, Josh Tobias, and C.J. Chatham each contributed a pair of hits in five jaunts; Chatham with one double, Rusconi with two. Jerry Downs delivered a dinger and two walks in five junkets. Victor Acosta singled once and was victimized by a pitcher plunking in four ventures; he was replaced by Tyler Hill who hit a double in his only trip. Jake Romanski ripped his first jack of the year and earned a free pass in five forays. Ryan Scott singled once in five sessions. Nick Lovullo was left alone after five upsetting ups.
 

Cuzittt

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Nov 20, 2001
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Drive downed in 11, 3-2.

Boxscore

Alex Scherff allowed one run on five hits over five frames; striking out two. Durin O'Linger walked one and hit one in three scoreless; punching out four. Dominic LoBrutto whiffed a pair in a 1-2-3 ninth. Devon Fisher was dinged for two runs (one earned) on two hits and a walk over the final 1 2/3 innings.

Pedro Castellanos contributed two singles in five contests. Isaias Lucena lined a single, was hit by a pitch, and dropped a sacrifice bunt in four forays. Everlouis Lozada laced a single and dropped a sacrifice bunt in four excursions. Jordan Wren reached with a single and a walk and whiffed three times. Tanner Nishioka notched a single and was hit by a pitch in five trips. Jarren Duran delivered a single in five jaunts. Marino Campana contributed a base on balls in five matchups. Kervin Suarez and Ryan Fitzgerald suffered five frustrating forays.
 

Cuzittt

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Lowell skunked at home by the Valley Cats, 7-0.

Boxscore

Yorvin Pantoja yielded two runs on five hits – including an Oscar Campos cuadrangular – and a walk over five frames; whiffing a quartet. Oddanier Mosqueda walked one and struck out two in two scoreless. Andrew Politi allowed three runs on four hits and a wild pitch in the eighth; punching out a pair. Francisco Lopez-Soto surrendered two runs on three hits in the ninth.

Tyler Esplin thumped a single and a double in four excursions. Korby Batesole blooped a single and took a base on balls in three treks. Grant Williams was hit by a pitch in two ups before being replaced by Jonathan Ortega who whiffed in his only opportunity. Brandon Howlett earned a free pass in four battles. Juan Carlos Abreu had a trio of contemptible contests. Cole Brannen, Nicholas Northcut, Devlin Granberg, and Elih Marrero combined for sixteen subpar sessions.