PBL Scores, 4/29/15

In today’s action, we had a game that made history and a 13-inning donnybrook in Jackson.  Also, the league’s two best teams and two worst teams faced off.  Check it out!

California SharksJacksonville DragonsCALIFORNIA SHARKS 25, JACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 11

Today’s contest between the California Sharks and the Jacksonville Dragons wasn’t a baseball game, or at least it didn’t feel like one.  It felt like something different, something more.  It was a hitting exhibition, a non-stop thrill ride, an assault on the senses.  When it was all over, the California Sharks set a league record for the most runs scored in a game, and both teams combined shattered the record for most total runs, eclipsing California’s 15-12 loss to Silver City in the first week of the season.  And after the game, both teams seemed rather dazed in the wake of the avalanche of runs.

“I do not know how to feel about this game,” said Sharks manager Eduardo Aponte.  “I cannot make sense of it.  It seems a dream, a fairy tale, something preposterous.”

“I feel like [the Sharks] ran a Mack truck over us, then backed up and ran over us again,” said Dragons manager Harlan Davidson.  “And when I get a hold of the guys who pitched this one, I might just get my Mack truck and run over them.”

It was a strange game from the start.  The Sharks came out firing against Dragons starter Kyle Palmer (1-3).  California hung 4 runs on Palmer in the first, highlighted by 3B Karl Mote’s 3-run homer.  Palmer left the game after only 1 1/3 innings, replaced by young right-hander Whitney Winslow.  The Sharks battered him too, including another 3-run bomb from Mote in the 4th.  The Dragons got a 3-run jack of their own from 3B Lautaro Perez, but it was as useless as an umbrella in a hurricane.  The score was 11-3 after 4 innings.  After 6, it was 14-4.  For all intents and purposes, the game seemed to be over.

But the Dragons weren’t willing to give up.  They mounted a furious rally in the 7th inning.  California starter Kevin Conner (3-2) allowed a single, a walk, and a double before departing with one out.  Reliever Ty Shive couldn’t slow the Jacksonville rally.  He allowed doubles to Perez and 1B Berry Canez, plunked LF Rob Hartley, and gave up a two-run single to C Judson Teachout, all while recording only one out.  By the time he left the mound, the Dragons had closed the gap to 14-10, and Tesla Field was rocking.  Right-hander Jan Arzola entered and allowed a single to SS Alan Herdt, but finally escaped the inning when RF Jessie Corona threw out Perez trying to score.

With the Dragons having scrambled back out into striking distance, the Sharks took it off cruise control and unleashed hell on relievers Mike Manigault and John Longroofan, as well as the Jacksonville fans, in the delirious, unbelievable 8th.  California put 11 runs up on the board in a single inning, another league record.  Perhaps most amazing, though, was that the Sharks only collected one extra-base hit in the inning, a one-out double by Mote.  Three California hitters drew walks – the Dragons walked in a run twice in the inning – but the rest of the damage come on 10 Sharks singles.

“It was Chinese water torture,” said Davidson.  “They didn’t just bash our brains in and get it over with.  They slowly cut our throats and let us bleed to death, drip by drip.”

Davidson can be forgiven for a mixed (and gruesome) metaphor, because the inning was one for the history books.  The Sharks came within two batters of batting around… twice.  LF Kenneth Mader led off the inning with a groundout to short; the Dragons didn’t record the second out until 15 batters later, when Corky Carpenter grounded to third and Jacksonville recorded a forceout at the plate.  Manigault was charged with 8 runs in the inning, swelling his ERA to 54.00; Longroofan allowed 3, which spiked his ERA to 17.18 for the year.  When it was finally over, the fans at Tesla Field didn’t boo.  Nor did they stream for the exits.  Instead, they sat in a benumbed, painful silence.

“They ripped our hearts right out of our chests,” said Hartley.

Manigault declined to comment on his performance.  Longroofan volunteered a highly colorful but completely unprintable metaphor likening the game to a forceable, non-consensual sexual encounter.

Mote tried to put the game in some kind of perspective.  “Well, there are a lot of football fans around here, right?” Mote said.  “So just think of it this way: We won by two touchdowns.  That doesn’t sound so bad.”

The Sharks (12-10) will give the ball to lefty Stu Palmeiro tomorrow.  The Dragons (7-12) will try to stop the bleeding behind right-hander Juan Sarmiento.

 

4/29/2015, CAL15-JAX15, Tesla Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Sharks            4  2  1  4  2  1  0 11  0    25 25  1     9  0
2015 Dragons           0  3  0  0  0  1  6  1  0    11 14  1     9  1
 
Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Corona            rf  6  4  4  2  .282    Leon              cf  5  1  1  0  .294
 Novick           ph  0  0  0  1  .000    Kapoor            dh  6  1  1  1  .342
Suarez            cf  5  1  2  2  .221    Teachout          c   5  1  2  3  .386
Smyth             ss  5  3  3  3  .389    Hopps             rf  4  1  2  0  .263
 Gonzalez         ph  1  0  0  0  .333    Canez             1b  3  2  1  1  .262
Mader             lf  5  2  0  1  .305    Hartley           lf  4  2  1  1  .213
Nix               dh  4  5  3  1  .333    Perez             3b  4  1  3  5  .211
 Puffer           ph  2  1  2  2  .400     Taliaferro       ph  1  0  0  0  .173
Mote              3b  6  3  4  7  .256    Herdt             ss  5  0  2  0  .224
Lassen            1b  4  1  2  2  .177    Mount             2b  4  2  1  0  .192
 Lockley          ph  1  1  1  1  .283                         41 11 14 11
 Oller            ph  1  0  0  0  .353
Strachan          2b  4  1  3  2  .314
Carpenter         c   5  3  1  1  .250
                     49 25 25 25
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Conner           W 3-2           6.1  8  7  7  2  7 105  68  6.53
Shive                            0.1  3  3  3  0  1  19  11 12.00
Arzola                           2.1  3  1  0  2  2  44  28  3.00
                                 9.0 14 11 10  4 10 168 107 
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Palmer           L 1-3           1.1  5  6  6  1  2  39  20  5.34
Winslow                          2.0  6  5  4  1  2  44  27 11.05
Avallone                         3.0  2  3  3  3  0  46  25  7.11
Manigault                        1.0  8  8  8  0  0  33  24 54.00
Longroofan                       1.2  4  3  3  4  0  44  19 17.18
                                 9.0 25 25 24  9  4 206 115 
 
CAL: Puffer batted for Nix in the 8th
     Lockley batted for Lassen in the 8th
     Novick batted for Corona in the 8th
     Novick moved to rf in the 8th
     Lockley moved to 1b in the 8th
     Gonzalez batted for Smyth in the 9th
     Oller batted for Lockley in the 9th
     Gonzalez moved to ss in the 9th
     Oller moved to 1b in the 9th
JAX: Taliaferro batted for Perez in the 9th
 
E-Strachan, Teachout. 2B-Corona 2(4), Smyth(8), Nix 2(3), Mote(5), 
Strachan(3), Leon(4), Kapoor(9), Hopps(4), Canez(3), Hartley(8), Perez 2(2). 
3B-Corona(2). HR-Mote 2(6), Perez(1). RBI-Corona 2(7), Suarez 2(11), 
Smyth 3(19), Mader(15), Nix(8), Mote 7(20), Lassen 2(7), Strachan 2(9), 
Carpenter(5), Puffer 2(2), Lockley(8), Novick(1), Kapoor(14), Teachout 3(10), 
Canez(9), Hartley(15), Perez 5(5). SB-Suarez(4). K-Corona, Suarez 2, Mader, 
Leon 3, Teachout, Hopps 2, Canez, Perez, Herdt, Taliaferro. BB-Suarez, 
Mader 2, Nix, Mote, Lassen, Strachan, Carpenter, Novick, Leon, Hopps, 
Canez 2. SF-Suarez, Smyth, Strachan. HBP-Hartley, Mount. HB-Shive, Arzola. 
BALK-Longroofan. 
GWRBI: Smyth
Temperature: 92, Sky: clear, Wind: left to right at 13 MPH.

 

Milwaukee Bear ClawsJackson HammerheadsMILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 9, JACKSON HAMMERHEADS 7 (13 INNINGS)

It was far from the prettiest game.  Both the Milwaukee Bear Claws and the Jackson Hammerheads made foolish mistakes, ran themselves into outs, handed free baserunners to the other side, and left a ton of men on base.  On a rainy night at Cash Carter Downs, after 13 long and sloppy innings, the Bear Claws emerged with a 9-7 win.

“It ain’t exactly one for the scrapbook,” said Bear Claws manager Poss Horton.  “But hey, style points don’t count, and a win’s a win.  We’ll take it.”

The tone for the game was set in the first inning.  Milwaukee SS Red Petitt, leading off the game, drew a five-pitch walk.  He was promptly picked off first by Jackson starter Sylvester Lighty; Petitt bolted for second and was thrown out there.  “It was foolish to try stealing that early on a wet track,” Petitt said.

The teams traded runs in the 2nd.  The Bear Claws scored on RF Wally Trumbauer’s triple, which plated backup C Paris Champney.  In the bottom of the inning, Hammerheads C Clarence Doyle led off with a single, but Milwaukee LF Arthur Mealey had trouble handling the wet ball and Doyle wound up at second, which allowed him to score on 2B Homer Righter’s single.

Jackson was able to take the lead in the middle innings thanks to some bumbling by the Bear Claws.  With one out in the 5th, Jackson LF Track Johnson beat out a grounder that Petitt failed to charge, and moved to second on a passed ball from Champney.  One out and an intentional walk later, Milwaukee 2B Richard Iddings muffed a ground ball that would have ended the inning, and Mendoza walked 3B Kim Fleitas to force in a run.

In the 6th, Mendoza’s wildness struck again in calamitous fashion.  He got one out, then walked the bases loaded (although Jackson nearly cost itself with a couple of risky and pointless steal attempts in between).  With bases loaded and the chance to break the game open, RF Lacy Wilczynski nearly caused a disaster by hitting a one-hopper right back to the mound.  The Bear Claws got the out at home, and only Wilczynski’s speed saved him from a double play.  Then Mendoza walked CF Damian Deason and SS Octavio Westerberg to force in two more Jackson runs.

“This was not me today,” said Mendoza, who surrendered 8 free passes in the game.  He noted that the rainy conditions made the ball slick, which severely affected his control.

Meanwhile, Lighty now had a 4-1 lead to work with, which he and the Hammerheads promptly gave back.  Making his second start in place of the injured Luke Danton, the right-hander improved significantly on his first start (in which he didn’t make it out of the 2nd inning), but still ran out of gas at an inopportune time.  He allowed a single to CF DeRonde Maxwell and a double to Petitt.  Then Righter skidded on a muddy patch and missed Iddings’ grounder, allowing Maxwell to score.  Hammerheads manager Lou Hayes immediately called for right-hander Butch Turnbull, who hadn’t had time to warm up fully.  Turnbull’s first pitch was a meatball down the pipe to 1B Felipe Mateo, who crushed it over the right-field fence to give Milwaukee the lead.

“When you get the call to go in, you’ve got to be ready,” said Turnbull.  “I wasn’t, and it cost me.”

The Bear Claws held that lead and brought in near-invulnerable closer Oscar Buenaventura to close it out.  Unfortunately, Buenaventura was off his game as well.  He walked Deason and Westerberg to open the inning.  That brought up Fleitas, who planned to bunt the runners over.  His bunt was poor, going straight back to the mound, and Buenaventura had a shot at the double play.  He chose not to chance it, though, taking the safe out at first.  However, this meant that DH Erasmo Crofoot’s flyout to center allowed Deason to score, tying the game.

“It is my job to close the door,” Buenaventura said.  “Instead, I opened it for them.”

The teams staggered on through three scoreless innings, until the 13th.  Trumbauer opened the frame for Milwaukee with a single, leading Hayes to bring in reliever Hal Gilreath.  The little-used Gilreath struck out Maxwell and Petitt, but couldn’t find the third out.  He walked the next three Bear Claws, forcing in a run, before allowing a single to LF Arthur Mealey to score two more.  The next reliever, lefty Brett Pollan, allowed another single to put Milwaukee up by 4.

With a golden opportunity to finish off a win, the Bear Claws nearly blew it.  Righter opened the inning trying to bunt his way on, but Champney picked it and gunned him out at first.  1B Eddie Battin ended an 8-pitch duel with a single, leading Horton to pull reliever Timmy Almon for lefty Stu Juens, usually reserved for mop-up duty.  Juens allowed a single to Johnson and a double to Wilczynski, scoring two.  Horton ambled out for a visit with his struggling reliever.

“I told him that we had been out here long enough, and damned if we were going to come back out for a 14th [inning],” Horton said.  “I told him to straighten up and finish it, or he was a dead man.”

Juens got Deason for the second out, but hung a 2-2 slider to Westerberg, who smoking it toward the center-field gap.  Shoulders sagged in the Milwaukee dugout.  But out of nowhere, Maxwell ran down the ball and speared it, saving the game.

“That’s our MVP!” Horton said.  “The guy who finally let us all go home.”

The Bear Claws (15-8) will send lefty Zack Perriman tomorrow.  The Hammerheads (15-9) will counter with right-hander Jordan Bergman.

 

4/29/2015, MIL15-JCK15, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11 12
2015 Bear Claws        0  1  0  0  0  0  4  0  0  0  0  0
2015 Hammerheads       0  1  0  0  1  2  0  0  1  0  0  0
 
                      13     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Bear Claws        4     9 17  2    13  0
2015 Hammerheads       2     7  8  1    10  2
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  6  1  2  0  .284    Deason            cf  4  1  1  1  .283
Iddings           2b  6  2  2  1  .247    Westerberg        ss  5  0  1  1  .302
Mateo             1b  4  2  2  3  .264    Fleitas           3b  4  0  0  1  .344
Suzuki            3b  5  1  1  1  .305    Crofoot           dh  5  0  0  1  .234
Mealey            lf  6  0  2  2  .363    Doyle             c   6  1  1  0  .333
Raine             dh  7  0  2  1  .348    Righter           2b  5  0  1  1  .293
Champney          c   7  1  3  0  .300    Battin            1b  5  2  1  0  .295
Trumbauer         rf  6  1  2  1  .274    Johnson           lf  5  3  2  0  .309
Maxwell           cf  6  1  1  0  .299    Wilczynski        rf  5  0  1  2  .313
                     53  9 17  9                               44  7  8  7
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Mendoza                          7.0  4  4  2  8  6 135  71  3.82
Abernathy        H 2             1.0  0  0  0  0  0  14  12  0.00
Buenaventura     BS 2            3.0  1  1  1  2  3  45  28  1.29
Almon            W 1-1           1.1  1  1  1  0  2  23  15  1.86
Juens                            0.2  2  1  1  0  0  11   7  3.18
                                13.0  8  7  5 10 11 228 133 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Lighty                           6.0 10  4  3  2  2 106  60  8.04
Turnbull         BS 1            3.0  2  1  1  2  0  44  24  4.76
Sheen                            1.2  1  0  0  0  2  24  17  6.11
Seeman           L 0-1           1.1  2  1  1  0  1  17  10  5.40
Gilreath                         0.2  1  3  3  3  2  29  14 12.71
Pollan                           0.1  1  0  0  0  0   7   5  9.24
                                13.0 17  9  8  7  7 227 130 
 
E-Iddings, Mealey, Righter. 2B-Petitt(7), Johnson(5). 3B-Trumbauer(2). 
HR-Mateo(6). RBI-Iddings(9), Mateo 3(20), Suzuki(17), Mealey 2(19), Raine(7), 
Trumbauer(9), Deason(17), Westerberg(12), Fleitas(26), Crofoot(31), 
Righter(12), Wilczynski 2(10). SB-Trumbauer(2), Deason(8), Righter 2(5), 
Battin(1), Wilczynski(1). CS-Petitt, Deason, Righter. K-Petitt 2, Mateo, 
Suzuki, Champney, Maxwell 2, Westerberg, Fleitas 2, Crofoot 2, Doyle 3, 
Righter, Battin, Wilczynski. BB-Petitt, Iddings, Mateo 3, Suzuki 2, Deason 3, 
Westerberg 2, Fleitas, Righter, Battin, Johnson, Wilczynski. SH-Mealey, 
Fleitas. SF-Crofoot. PB-Champney. 
GWRBI: Suzuki
Temperature: 81, Field: wet, Sky: threatening, Wind: out to center at 12 MPH, 
Rain Delays: 31 minutes.

 

Salt Lake SamuraiOrlando CalrissiansSALT LAKE SAMURAI 4, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 1

The Orlando Calrissians recently remade their rotation in the hopes of getting the team on a winning track.  One of the new faces is 31-year-old Australian import Oscar Morton, just called up from the Calrissians’ farm team.  Morton had a very credible debut outing, but the usual lack of offense and one bad inning wound up dooming him in a 4-1 loss to the Salt Lake Samurai.

“I’m encouraged by what I saw out of [Morton] today,” said Calrissians manager Logan Bothan.  “It’s a shame that we couldn’t back him up, but the force is strong with this one.”

The inning where Morton (0-1) slipped up was the 4th.  After yielding only a walk to the Samurai in his first trip through the order, Morton couldn’t repeat the performance.  After a leadoff walk to Salt Lake SS Mori Motonari, the right-hander retired the next two batters, but then went single-single-double to LF Chip Sparks, DH Olin Backus, and CF Lee Cosgrove, putting Orlando in a 3-0 hole that they wouldn’t be able to dig out of.

“I had a ripper time!” said Morton, who also gave up an 8th-inning homer to RF Romeo Martinez.  “Didn’t win today, but she’ll be right.  For a banana bender from the back of Bourke, this is a dream come true, you know?  I’d be back on the bump tomorrow if they let me.”

Meanwhile, the Calrissians could only muster feeble resistance against Samurai starter Logan Morris (1-2).  Morris pitched 8 strong innings, allowing 1 run on 7 hits.

“Logan’s a guy I see as a building block for us,” said Salt Lake manager Johnny Dugan.  “He’s been consistent, and he gets us deep into games.  When we start winning more games, he’s going to be a big reason why.”

The Samurai (4-21) will hope that ace Toshiie Maeda can deliver their first back-to-back wins of the year.  The Calrissians (5-15) counter with their ace, left-hander Nathan Nunb.

 

4/29/2015, SLC15-ORL15, Bespin
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Samurai           0  0  0  3  0  0  0  1  0     4  6  0     5  0
2015 Calrissians       0  0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0     1  7  0     9  1
 
Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Gaytan            2b  4  0  0  0  .231    Hartl             lf  5  0  1  0  .269
Motonari          ss  3  0  0  0  .247    Defoor            1b  4  0  1  0  .239
Martinez          rf  4  1  1  1  .293    Buendia           2b  3  0  0  0  .250
Thomas            1b  4  1  0  0  .245    Law               rf  4  1  2  0  .265
Sparks            lf  3  1  1  0  .267    Figeroa           3b  4  0  1  0  .263
Backus            dh  4  1  1  1  .253    McCormack         c   4  0  0  1  .133
Cosgrove          cf  3  0  1  2  .284    Gilmartin         ss  4  0  1  0  .158
Turnbull          c   4  0  1  0  .143    Nabors            dh  2  0  1  0  .154
Davidson          3b  3  0  1  0  .186    Madden            cf  4  0  0  0  .063
                     32  4  6  4                               34  1  7  1
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Morris           W 1-2           8.0  7  1  1  3  2 100  65  5.10
Gamble           S 3             1.0  0  0  0  0  1  11   6  5.87
                                 9.0  7  1  1  3  3 111  71 
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Morton           L 0-1           7.0  6  4  4  4  6 118  70  5.14
Trane                            2.0  0  0  0  0  0  25  14  8.82
                                 9.0  6  4  4  4  6 143  84 
 
2B-Cosgrove(8), Law(2), Gilmartin(1). HR-Martinez(4). RBI-Martinez(9), 
Backus(6), Cosgrove 2(10), McCormack(1). K-Gaytan 2, Motonari, Martinez, 
Thomas, Cosgrove, Madden 3. BB-Motonari, Sparks, Cosgrove, Davidson, Buendia, 
Nabors 2. 
GWRBI: Backus
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

Silver City OutlawsKnoxville SmokiesSILVER CITY OUTLAWS 5, KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 1

The Patriot League’s two first-place squads met for the first time this season.  The Knoxville Smokies and Silver City Outlaws have largely steamrolled the competition to date, so league observers eagerly awaited this three-game duel.  Round 1 today went to Silver City, which posted a 5-1 win back by 19-year-old wunderkind Pedro Rodriguez.

Rodriguez (4-1) was not at his sharpest in this game; he allowed 9 hits and walked 5 over 8 innings.  And yet, the young lefty still limited the powerful Knoxville lineup to a single run.

“To me, this is one of his more impressive performances so far,” said Outlaws manager John Jarha.  “He didn’t dominate like he usually does.  But this time, he had to battle.  He was in trouble most every inning, and he didn’t blink.  That’s a tough customer.”

How did Rodriguez do it?  For one thing, although the Smokies got a fair number of hits off of him, they rarely made strong contact; their hits against Rodriguez were all singles, most of them bleeders or soft liners that found a hole.  Second, he relied on his defense; twice, the Outlaws turned double plays behind him to neutralize Knoxville threats.  Finally, he knew how to tighten up whenever the Smokies threatened.

“You could see his posture change whenever [the Smokies] got a runner to second,” said Silver City 3B Rusty Brewmaker.  “It was like, ‘Okay, time to choke this off now.’  That’s when he brought his best stuff.”

Despite all the hits Rodriguez allowed, the Smokies only got a runner past second base once, in the 3rd.  With one out and two on, Rodriguez threw a 3-2 curveball to Knoxville 1B Malcolm Bryant.  Replays showed that the pitch was a strike, but home plate umpire Trent Capps called it a ball, producing howls of protest from the Outlaw bench.  That call set the stage for RF Jackson Campo’s sac fly, which plated Knoxville’s lone run.

As it turns out, neither the Outlaws nor the Smokies were pleased with Capps.  The home plate ump made a couple controversial calls that infuriated Knoxville and their starter, Grant Fore (1-1).  In the top of the 3rd, Fore opened the inning by allowing a double to LF Brant “Poison” Ivey and a single to 2B Dominique Barkan.  He got SS Carrol Burt to hit into a double play, giving Knoxville a chance to get out of the inning unscathed.  But as Fore prepared to pitch to Brewmaker, Capps called a balk, allowing the runner on third to trot home.

In the 5th, as Fore began coming unglued, Capps struck again.  With one out, he allowed a triple to Ivey, and then his control took the rest of the night off.  Fore walked the next three batters, forcing in the go-ahead run.  Then, with a 2-2 count to RF Nathaniel Wason, Capps called Fore for yet another balk, bringing in a third run and sending the Smokies, particularly manager Snuff Wallace, into conniptions.

“That was a hose job like I’ve never seen,” said Wallace, who was ejected from the game after directing a cap-tossing, dirt-kicking tirade at Capps.  “Lookit, Grant wasn’t great today, and we probably would have lost anyhow.  But for some showboat umpire to come in and rattle my pitcher… I’m not standing for that.  So I gave him down the country, ‘cause he deserved it.  He should have had a seeing-eye dog back there.”

Fore admitted that the balk calls rattled him, but he took the blame for his performance.  “The umpire didn’t give up all those walks; I did,” said Fore.  “For this loss, I don’t look anywhere except in the mirror.  I’ve got to pitch better, or I won’t be starting anymore.”

The Outlaws (16-6) have right-hander Juan Carlos Lopez on tap for tomorrow.  The Smokies (16-7) will look to get even behind Jack Jacques, making his first start since arriving from Jacksonville.

 

4/29/2015, SCO15-KNX15, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Outlaws           0  0  1  0  4  0  0  0  0     5  8  0     9  2
2015 Smokies           0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0  0     1 10  0    12  1
 
Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Barkan            2b  4  1  2  0  .323    Blair             cf  4  0  1  0  .343
Burt              ss  4  1  1  0  .255    Campo             2b  5  0  0  0  .301
Brewmaker         3b  4  1  1  1  .279    Bryant            1b  4  0  2  0  .270
Wason             rf  2  0  1  0  .368    Campo             rf  3  0  1  1  .272
Elliott           1b  4  0  1  1  .307    Moriarty          ss  3  0  1  0  .330
Cardona           cf  3  0  0  1  .184    Jaramillo         dh  3  0  1  0  .342
Watson            c   4  0  0  0  .266    Carlo             c   4  0  1  0  .197
Olivas            dh  4  0  0  0  .216    Aceuedo           3b  4  0  1  0  .304
Ivey              lf  4  2  2  0  .317    Sisco             lf  4  1  2  0  .287
 Cipolla          lf  0  0  0  0  .105                         34  1 10  1
                     33  5  8  3
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Rodriguez        W 4-1           8.0  9  1  1  5  4 140  83  0.63
Spradlin                         1.0  1  0  0  0  1  11   9  8.31
                                 9.0 10  1  1  5  5 151  92 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Fore             L 1-1           4.1  4  5  5  6  1  93  41  6.51
Tile                             4.2  4  0  0  1  4  62  43  0.83
                                 9.0  8  5  5  7  5 155  84 
 
SCO: Cipolla inserted at lf in the 8th
 
2B-Burt(1), Ivey(3). 3B-Ivey(2). RBI-Brewmaker(17), Elliott(24), Cardona(8), 
Campo(20). SB-Sisco(2). K-Burt, Wason, Watson, Olivas 2, Blair, Bryant, 
Jaramillo 2, Aceuedo. BB-Barkan, Burt, Brewmaker, Wason 3, Elliott, Blair, 
Bryant, Campo, Moriarty, Jaramillo. SF-Cardona, Campo. WP-Tile. BALK-Fore 2. 
GWRBI: Brewmaker
Temperature: 70, Sky: clear, Wind: in from right at 11 MPH.

 

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