PBL Scores, 4/27/15

Lots of thrilling games and surprising results today.  You won’t want to miss these!

Salt Lake SamuraiKnoxville SmokiesSALT LAKE SAMURAI 4, KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 2

Up is down.  Day is night.  Cats are making peace with dogs.  And the Patriot League’s worst team has beaten its best.  After the Salt Lake Samurai defeated the Knoxville Smokies, 4-2, anything seems possible.  The Samurai stopped the Smokies’ eight-game winning streak while halting their own nine-game slide.

“Didn’t see that coming, did you?” said Salt Lake manager Johnny Dugan with a defiant grin.  “Boy, that feels good.”

In order to pull off this unlikely feat, the Samurai needed a lot of things to go right.  And in this game, a lot of things that too often elude them fell into place.  To begin with, they got a very strong performance from one of their starters.  Right-hander Davey Skargard, who tended to be overlooked by major-league scouts because he only stands 5’9”, delivered 8 solid innings, allowing only 5 hits, striking out 3 and walking no one.  “I’ve been expecting to have a game like this for a while now, said Skargard (1-3).  “I’ve felt good, and my command has been solid.  It just all came together today.”

When Skargard faced adversity in the 6th inning, he didn’t buckle.  After handcuffing Knoxville through 5 perfect innings, Skargard allowed three singles in the 6th.  Smokies manager Snuff Wallace, seeking to press his advantage and rattle the Samurai starter, kept his runners on the move, swiping two bags in the inning.  And while Knoxville tied the score on a sac fly from CF Joe Blair and a single from 2B Jeremiah Campo, Skargard didn’t lose his composure and didn’t allow Knoxville to take the lead.

“That was when I thought we might have it,” said Dugan.  “We’ve let other teams get big innings on us all year.  When Davey shut that down, I started feeling confident.”

The Samurai also benefitted from something they’ve almost never received this year: a late rally.  After Knoxville tied them in the top of the 6th, Salt Lake grabbed the lead right back in the bottom of the inning, as DH Olin Backus doubled and C DeAndre Turnbull singled him home.  They added a little security in the 8th when 3B Chris Davidson singled to drive in CF Lee Cosgrove.

“This is what we need to do, keep the line moving,” said Davidson.  “Easy to say, but today we did it.”

The Samurai rally made a loser of Smokies starter Yu Chen (1-3), who continues to struggle with back stiffness.  Chen appeared visibly uncomfortable on the mound, frequently fidgeting and rolling his neck.  Chen denied that he was hiding an injury, but something appears amiss for the Korean lefty.  “My performance is a puzzlement to me,” Chen said.  “Most perplexing.”

Finally, with a rare late-game lead, highly fallible closer Dean Gamble came through when the Samurai needed him most.  Gamble opened the 9th by allowing a single to Campo, but quickly dispatched the next three Knoxville hitters on groundouts for his second save of the year.  “About damn time!” Gamble hollered.  “I’m finally earning my paycheck for a change.”

Smokies manager Snuff Wallace conceded that his team had probably taken the Samurai too lightly.  “Can you blame us, though?” Wallace said.  “These guys have been hopeless all year.  We gotta take them seriously now?”

Adding injury to the insult of a shocking loss, Knoxville lost RF Jackson Campo in the 7th inning after he experienced discomfort running out a ground ball.  Wallace said that Campo was removed as a precaution, and that the team does not expect him to miss any games.

The Samurai (3-20) will hope that lightning can strikes twice behind lefty Greg Horton, who has the other two wins Salt Lake has earned this year.  The Smokies (15-6) will try to restore order with southpaw Elicio Santana on the hill.

 

4/27/2015, KNX15-SLC15, Desert Edge Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Smokies           0  0  0  0  0  2  0  0  0     2  6  0     3  0
2015 Samurai           0  0  2  0  0  1  0  1  x     4  7  0     9  1
 
Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Blair             cf  3  0  0  1  .333    Gaytan            2b  4  0  2  0  .244
Campo             2b  4  0  2  1  .301    Motonari          ss  2  1  0  0  .233
Bryant            1b  4  0  0  0  .204    Martinez          rf  3  0  0  0  .315
Campo             rf  3  0  1  0  .250    Thomas            1b  2  0  0  1  .267
 Maben            pr  1  0  0  0  .000    Sparks            lf  4  0  1  1  .277
Moriarty          ss  4  0  0  0  .329    Backus            dh  3  1  2  0  .253
Jaramillo         dh  3  0  0  0  .333    Cosgrove          cf  4  1  0  0  .284
Carlo             c   2  0  0  0  .177    Turnbull          c   4  0  1  1  .125
 Gomez            ph  1  0  1  0  .143    Davidson          3b  3  1  1  1  .170
 Bossard          c   0  0  0  0  .353                         29  4  7  4
Aceuedo           3b  3  1  1  0  .293
Sisco             lf  3  1  1  0  .295
                     31  2  6  2
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Chen             L 1-2           7.2  7  4  4  6  4 132  80  5.18
Dennis                           0.1  0  0  0  0  1   5   3  0.79
                                 8.0  7  4  4  6  5 137  83 
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Skargard         W 1-3           8.0  5  2  2  0  3  95  69  4.14
Gamble           S 2             1.0  1  0  0  0  0  14   9  6.43
                                 9.0  6  2  2  0  3 109  78 
 
KNX: Maben ran for Campo in the 7th
     Maben moved to rf in the 7th
     Gomez batted for Carlo in the 8th
     Bossard inserted at c in the 8th
 
2B-Gomez(1), Backus(4). RBI-Blair(20), Campo(14), Thomas(18), Sparks(8), 
Turnbull(2), Davidson(4). SB-Campo(3), Sisco(1). K-Blair, Campo, Carlo, 
Gaytan, Martinez 2, Thomas, Turnbull. BB-Gaytan, Motonari, Martinez, Thomas, 
Backus, Davidson. SH-Motonari. SF-Blair, Thomas. WP-Chen 2. 
GWRBI: Turnbull
Jackson Campo was injured for this game only
Temperature: 82, Sky: partly cloudy, Wind: in from center at 12 MPH.

 

Jackson HammerheadsSilver City OutlawsJACKSON HAMMERHEADS 8, SILVER CITY OUTLAWS 6

Where the Jackson Hammerheads go, crazy results seem to follow.  This game against the Silver City Outlaws was no exception.  A tense pitcher’s duel turned into a slugfest late, as the Hammerheads took the lead, lost it, gained it back, lost it again, and then finally pulled out a wild 8-6 win on Eddie Battin’s 11th-inning homer.

“That was a heart attack special,” said Hammerheads manager Lou Hayes.  “I’m not sure I could take another one like that.  I don’t want to be following my team from a hospital bed.”

The game started out as a classic matchup between Jackson lefty Kiko Walton and veteran Silver City right-hander Linus Pauling.  Walton, who has battled inconsistency throughout the year, was on top of his game in this one.  He gave up the first run on Outlaws LF Brant Ivey’s double, but otherwise he mowed through the powerful Silver City lineup, striking out 9 over 7 1/3 innings.  “Today, my fastball was humming and my curveball was breaking,” said Walton.  “When I’ve got them working, I go out there with no fear.  Maybe I’m too dumb to be scared.”

Meanwhile, Pauling has been brilliant all season, but the Hammerheads found ways to peck away at him.  For such a hard-hitting team, Jackson has displayed a knack for creating runs when necessary, and that’s what they did against Pauling.  CF Damian Deason’s RBI groundout in the 3rd tied the score.  DH Erasmo Crofoot’s 6th-inning single put the Hammerheads up, and RF Lacy Wilczynski’s sac fly gave them a 3-1 edge.

“I pitched okay, but not good enough to beat a good team,” said Pauling.  “I left too many opportunities out there, and they converted them.  Credit to them, but I wasn’t that sharp.”

When Walton allowed a one-out single in the bottom of the 8th, Hayes summoned closer Rick Sheen to finish the job.  But Sheen was off his game, and the Outlaws took advantage.  After a wild pitch allowed the runner to advance, C Toby Watson singled him in.  Then DH Teddy Olivas took Sheen deep for a 2-run bomb that put Silver City ahead 4-3.

Game over?  Not even close.  The Outlaws put the ball in the hands of normally reliable closer Go Matsumoto, but he faltered as well.  Crofoot and Battin smacked singles, setting the stage for LF Track Johnson’s 3-run homer to put Jackson back in front, 6-4.  It was Matsumoto’s first blown save this season.

“We’ve been ninth-inning beasts all year!” crowed Johnson.  “We never count ourselves of a game, and we weren’t about to give up in this one.”

Given a second chance to close the game out in the 9th, Sheen failed again.  After allowing back-to-back singles to start the inning, RF Nathaniel Wason clouted a double to tie the game for the Outlaws.

“I was lousy,” said Sheen.  “I was worse than lousy.  Every time I pitched, it was like throwing gasoline on a fire.”

Righty Butch Turnbull relieved Sheen, and although Silver City loaded the bases against him, he escaped the jam.  Jackson went down in order against Matsumoto in the 10th.  In the bottom of the inning, Hammerheads lefty Hal Gilreath loaded the bases on two walks and a single, but Brett Pollan (1-1) retired Outlaws 1B Muzz Elliott to allow Jackson to escape once again.

Then in the 11th, Silver City turned to lefty Aurelio Menard.  His first batter was Jackson starting pitcher Henry Jones, who had entered the game as a pinch runner for Crofoot in the 9th.  With the Hammerheads’ bench depleted by injury and a potentially long game ahead, Jones talked Hayes into letting him hit.  “Hey, I raked in high school,” Jones said afterward.

Incredibly, Menard (0-1) walked Jones on four pitches.  “I couldn’t believe it,” he said.  “I think the ump was squeezing the zone because he felt sorry for [Jones].”  Menard recovered to get the next two Jackson hitters out, but then Battin took him yard to give the Hammerheads a lead that, finally, they wouldn’t relinquish.  Lefty Eric Seeman worked the bottom of the 11th for his first save.

Battin probably summed up the crazy game as well as possible.  “The dugout bench is probably crooked,” he said, “from all the time we sat on the edge of our seats.”

The Hammerheads (15-7) will try for the sweep tomorrow on the right arm of Jason Wallace.  The Outlaws (14-6) will counter with ace lefty Rob Tildon.

 

4/27/2015, JCK15-SCO15, The Corral
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Hammerheads       0  0  1  0  0  1  1  0  3  0  2     8  9  0     3  1
2015 Outlaws           0  1  0  0  0  0  0  3  2  0  0     6 13  0    14  1
 
Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG    Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Deason            cf  5  1  1  1  .286    Barkan            2b  4  1  2  0  .311
Westerberg        ss  4  0  0  0  .322    Burt              ss  5  1  3  0  .256
Fleitas           3b  4  0  0  0  .375    Brewmaker         3b  4  0  0  0  .286
Crofoot           dh  4  0  2  1  .255    Wason             rf  4  0  2  2  .361
 Jones            pr  0  1  0  0  .000    Elliott           1b  5  1  1  0  .275
Doyle             c   5  0  0  0  .337    Cardona           cf  5  0  0  0  .188
Righter           2b  4  2  1  0  .310    Watson            c   6  2  3  1  .296
Battin            1b  5  2  3  2  .299    Olivas            dh  5  1  1  2  .233
Johnson           lf  5  2  2  3  .314    Ivey              lf  2  0  1  1  .327
Wilczynski        rf  2  0  0  1  .333     Jeffreys         ph  1  0  0  0  .273
                     38  8  9  8           Cipolla          lf  2  0  0  0  .105
                                                               43  6 13  6
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Walton                           7.1  6  2  2  4  9 124  83  6.39
Sheen            BS 3            1.0  5  4  4  0  0  31  19  6.75
Turnbull                         0.2  1  0  0  1  2  15   8  6.75
Gilreath                         0.2  1  0  0  2  1  20   7 10.38
Pollan           W 1-1           0.1  0  0  0  0  0   5   1  9.82
Seeman           S 1             1.0  0  0  0  0  0   3   2  4.91
                                11.0 13  6  6  7 12 198 120 
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Pauling                          8.0  5  3  3  2  4 127  80  1.38
Matsumoto        BS 1            2.0  3  3  3  0  1  40  24  3.18
Menard           L 0-1           1.0  1  2  2  1  0  17   8  4.32
                                11.0  9  8  8  3  5 184 112 
 
JCK: Jones ran for Crofoot in the 9th
SCO: Jeffreys batted for Ivey in the 7th
     Cipolla inserted at lf in the 8th
 
2B-Battin(8), Johnson(4), Wason(2), Ivey(2). HR-Battin(3), Johnson(2), 
Olivas(5). RBI-Deason(13), Crofoot(30), Battin 2(16), Johnson 3(16), 
Wilczynski(8), Wason 2(27), Watson(13), Olivas 2(8), Ivey(7). K-Doyle 2, 
Battin, Johnson, Wilczynski, Barkan, Burt, Wason, Elliott 2, Cardona 2, 
Watson 2, Olivas 3. BB-Fleitas, Righter, Jones, Barkan 2, Brewmaker, Wason 2, 
Elliott, Olivas. SH-Westerberg, Wilczynski, Burt, Brewmaker. SF-Wilczynski. 
HBP-Cardona. HB-Pollan. WP-Sheen. 
GWRBI: Battin
Temperature: 89, Sky: cloudy, Wind: left to right at 6 MPH.

 

California SharksOrlando CalrissiansCALIFORNIA SHARKS 6, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 5

The California Sharks finally pulled out of their nosedive.  Already on a four-game skid, the Sharks found themselves at home trailing the last-place Orlando Calrissians, 5-2.  A loss to Orlando was an insult that the team could not abide.  “We weren’t gonna let that happen,” said 3B Karl Mote.  So the Sharks staged a furious rally over the last two innings to secure a 6-5 win.

“That was a gut-check moment for us as a team,” said Mote.  “If we’re as good as we believe we are, these are the kinds of games we need to win.”

The Sharks had a good start against Calrissians righty Steve Gardner (1-3).  LF Kenneth Mader’s RBI single and C Thaddeus Lockley’s solo homer gave California an early 2-0 lead.  But righty Brian Goreman, who has been the Sharks’ de facto ace to date, has his first rough outing of the year.  He allowed a 2-run bomb to Orlando LF Lauren Hartl in the 3rd to tie it, and 3B Curt Figueroa put Orlando ahead in the 5th with a 2-RBI single.  Sharks manager Eduardo Aponte pulled Goreman in the 7th after he yielded a triple to 2B Jose Buendia and another RBI single to Figueroa.

“For Brian, this was an unaccustomed performance,” said Aponte.  “But he has pitched so beautifully that I blame him not at all.  He is entitled to an off day.  We needed our bats to come to the rescue.”

And for the first time in a while, the Sharks hitters responded.  CF Santiago Suarez smacked a two-run round-tripper in the bottom of the 7th to close the gap to 5-4.  And in the 8th, a slumping Mote came to the plate against a tiring Gardner with one out and Mader on first.

“I know Gardner likes to go to his fastball when he gets ahead,” said Mote.  “So I was sitting dead red.”

With an 0-2 count, Gardner uncorked a high heater that caught more of the plate than he intended.  Mote swung early, met it squarely, and sent it soaring to left.  “I was just worried I’d gotten out too far ahead and pulled it foul,” said Mote.  But the ball stayed fair, and Mote pumped his fist as he circled the bases, confident that California would finish the job.  Closer Eugene Grace (1-0), who pitched the last 2 1/3 scoreless innings, got the win.

“Now that we’ve stopped the bleeding,” said Mote, “it’s time for us to get back on track and show the league what we can do.

The Sharks (10-10) turn to #1 starter Pierre LaRue tomorrow as they attempt to start a winning streak.  The Calrissians (5-13) will hand the ball to right-hander Nate McGowan.

 

4/27/2015, ORL15-CAL15, Blue Note Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Calrissians       0  0  2  0  2  0  1  0  0     5 10  0     9  0
2015 Sharks            1  1  0  0  0  0  2  2  x     6 12  0     5  1
 
Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG    Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG
Hartl             lf  4  1  3  2  .275    Corona            rf  4  2  4  0  .267
Defoor            1b  5  1  1  0  .254    Suarez            cf  4  1  2  2  .209
Buendia           2b  5  2  3  0  .259    Smyth             ss  4  0  1  0  .370
Law               rf  3  0  0  0  .267    Mader             lf  4  1  2  1  .324
Figeroa           3b  3  0  2  3  .261    Nix               dh  4  0  1  0  .311
McCormack         c   4  0  0  0  .143    Mote              3b  4  1  1  2  .237
Gilmartin         ss  4  0  1  0  .167     Oller            3b  0  0  0  0  .364
Nabors            dh  4  0  0  0  .000    Lassen            1b  4  0  0  0  .169
Madden            cf  3  1  0  0  .111    Lockley           c   3  1  1  1  .268
                     35  5 10  5          Strachan          2b  3  0  0  0  .270
                                                               34  6 12  6
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Gardner          L 1-3           7.1 12  6  6  1  3 129  75  6.39
Quesara                          0.2  0  0  0  0  2  11   6  4.15
                                 8.0 12  6  6  1  5 140  81 
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Goreman                          6.2  8  5  5  6  4 127  75  2.05
Grace            W 1-0           2.1  2  0  0  0  1  33  26  3.57
                                 9.0 10  5  5  6  5 160 101 
 
CAL: Oller inserted at 3b in the 9th
 
3B-Buendia(1). HR-Hartl(1), Suarez(2), Mote(4), Lockley(3). RBI-Hartl 2(4), 
Figeroa 3(16), Suarez 2(8), Mader(14), Mote 2(13), Lockley(7). SB-Corona(2), 
Suarez(3). CS-Hartl. K-Defoor, Law, Nabors 2, Madden, Suarez, Mote, Lassen 2, 
Lockley. BB-Hartl, Law 2, Figeroa 2, Madden, Lockley. PB-McCormack. 
GWRBI: Mote
Temperature: 65, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 2 MPH.

 

Jacksonville DragonsMilwaukee Bear ClawsJACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 5, MILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 3 (10 INNINGS)

The Jacksonville Dragons made their first trip to the great white north today.  It took a while for the Dragons’ bat to get warm on another chilly evening in Milwaukee, but they got going in time to rally and topple the Bear Claws, 5-3.  The win snapped Jacksonville’s six-game slump.

“I don’t know why anyone lives this far north,” grumbled Dragons manager Harlan Davidson.  “This is great weather if you’re a polar bear.”

The Bear Claws, who are well accustomed to the Wisconsin weather, got going first against Dragons starter Randy Cannon.  Back-to-back doubles by C Frances McGuigan and CF DeRonde Maxwell plated a run in the 3rd, and a walk and two singles turned into another Milwaukee run in the 4th.

With Bear Claws starter Lou Mallory dealing, and the Dragons looking like they wished they were still in balmy Florida, things weren’t looking good for the visitors.  They didn’t get anything going offensively until the 4th, when they loaded the bases with one out on two singles and a walk.  But Mallory got the double play he needed, and he handcuffed the Dragons again in the 5th and 6th.

The picture finally changed in the 7th.  1B Berry Canez led off the inning with a walk, bringing up LF Rob Hartley.  The hulking slugger jumped on a 2-0 fastball from Mallory and drove a towering fly ball off the old Pabst brewery building in left, tying the game with one swing.

Hartley came up again in the 9th, score still tied, with one out and the bases empty.  Reliever Timmy Almon tried to sneak another fastball past him, and this time Hartley jolted it even further, sending it over the brewery to give the Dragons their first lead of the game.

“Good God, he’s strong,” said Davidson.  “His arms are as big around as my thighs.  The air here tonight was like hitting in cement, and Hartley just crushed those two balls like it was batting practice.  It’s hard to fathom that kind of power.”

For Hartley, a dedicated weightlifter, feats of strength like this are commonplace.  He also claimed that the cold didn’t bother him.  “I’m from Colorado,” Hartley said.  “Back home, this is T-shirt weather.”

The Dragons then turned the ball over to closer Razor Corridon, hoping for a quick inning so that they could return to the warm clubhouse.  But Corridon stumbled.  With two outs and the bases empty, he tossed a hanging full-count slider to 1B Felipe Mateo, who drove it out to right to tie the score.  “We all wanted to kill him,” said Davidson.  “The last thing any of us needed tonight was extra innings.”

Fortunately for the shivering masses in the Jacksonville dugout, the game ended fairly quickly.  Dragons 2B Will Mount opened the 10th with a four-pitch walk, then stole second ahead of CF Alfonso Leon.  Leon tried to bunt mount to third, but Almon (0-1) fumbled the ball and both runners were safe.  After DH Jake Kapoor struck out, a single by C Judson Teachout and a sac fly from RF Roderick Hopps gave the Dragons their winning margins.

Corridon (1-1) redeemed himself in the bottom of the inning, pitching around a leadoff double for the win.  “I told [Corridon] that if he blew the lead again, he’d better go into Milwaukee’s dugout,” Davidson said.  “’Cause he sure as hell wouldn’t be welcome in ours.”

The Dragons (7-10) will have big-talking ace Biggs McGee on the mound tomorrow, while the Bear Claws (13-8) will tap hard-throwing lefty Benicio Torreneuva.

 

4/27/2015, JAX15-MIL15, High Life Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Dragons           0  0  0  0  0  0  2  0  1  2     5  6  0     6  0
2015 Bear Claws        0  0  1  1  0  0  0  0  1  0     3 10  3    11  1
 
Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG
Leon              cf  4  1  0  0  .310    Petitt            ss  5  0  1  0  .271
Kapoor            dh  5  0  1  0  .364    Iddings           2b  4  0  0  0  .253
Teachout          c   5  0  2  1  .385    Mateo             1b  4  1  1  1  .265
Hopps             rf  4  0  1  1  .261    Suzuki            3b  3  0  0  0  .302
Canez             1b  3  1  0  0  .241    Mealey            lf  5  0  2  0  .346
Hartley           lf  4  2  2  3  .209    Raine             dh  5  0  0  0  .333
 Taliaferro       3b  0  0  0  0  .176    Trumbauer         rf  4  1  1  0  .279
Perez             3b  4  0  0  0  .091    McGuigan          c   5  1  2  0  .250
 Parker           lf  0  0  0  0 1.000    Maxwell           cf  4  0  3  2  .308
Herdt             ss  4  0  0  0  .220                         39  3 10  3
Mount             2b  3  1  0  0  .182
                     36  5  6  5
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Cannon                           8.0  8  2  2  4  2 111  70  4.66
Corridon         BS 2, W 1-1     2.0  2  1  1  0  2  36  21  3.60
                                10.0 10  3  3  4  4 147  91 
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Mallory                          6.0  4  2  2  2  2  68  37  3.82
Abernathy                        1.0  0  0  0  0  0  11   8  0.00
Almon            L 0-1           3.0  2  3  2  1  1  41  24  1.50
                                10.0  6  5  4  3  3 120  69 
 
JAX: Taliaferro inserted at 3b in the 9th
     Parker inserted at lf in the 9th
 
E-Petitt, Suzuki, Almon. 2B-Mealey(4), Trumbauer(4), McGuigan(5), 
Maxwell 2(7). HR-Hartley 2(3), Mateo(5). RBI-Teachout(7), Hopps(15), 
Hartley 3(13), Mateo(17), Maxwell 2(8). SB-Mount(5). K-Leon, Kapoor, 
Teachout, Iddings 2, Mateo, Trumbauer. BB-Canez 2, Mount, Mateo, Suzuki 2, 
Trumbauer. SH-Leon, Iddings. SF-Hopps. 
GWRBI: Teachout
Temperature: 48, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 10 MPH.

 

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