PBL Scores, 6/1/15

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Silver City OutlawsJacksonville DragonsSILVER CITY OUTLAWS 5, JACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 4 (10 INNINGS)

In a recent run of heartbreaking losses for the Jacksonville Dragons, this one may be the hardest yet.  After falling behind early, the Dragons managed not to fall in too deep of a hole, and then rallied to tie it and force extra innings.  Unfortunately, their bullpen gave out in the 10th, and their comeback attempt fell just short.  The end result was a 5-4 loss to the Silver City Outlaws.

“Well, at least we waited 10 innings to shoot ourselves in the foot,” said Dragons manager Harlan Davidson.  “I guess that’s progress.”

The Outlaws took an early lead against Jacksonville starter Juan Sarmiento.  Silver City got on the board in the 1st inning with RF Nathaniel Wason’s RBI groundout.  In the 2nd, CF Javier Cardona launched a solo shot to left-center to put the Outlaws up 2-0.

But Sarmiento held the line from there, lasting 7 innings without yielding another run.  Although Sarmiento had trouble controlling his ferocious fastball (walking five and striking out only one), he kept the dangerous Silver City attack at bay.

“I love that our mascot is the dragon,” said Sarmiento, because I pitch like the dragon.  Fire shoots from my right arm, and it makes me dangerous and hard to predict.  Nobody wants to go against me, because they will get burned.”

Although Sarmiento did a great job holding the line, the Jacksonville bats had a hard time time getting to Outlaws starter Juan Carlos Lopez.  After allowing a first-inning double to RF Roderick Hopps, Lopez set the Dragons down in order over the next four innings.

“J.C. is kinda like ol’ Forrest Gump’s box of chocolates,” said Outlaws manager John Jarha.  “You never really know what you’re gonna get.  But when he’s on, he’s one of the best in the game.  And he was on today.”

Jacksonville finally broke through in the 6th, as they loaded the bases on two singles and a walk.  But DH Rob Hartley struck out to end the inning without scoring.  In the 7th, they finally broke the shutout with three straight singles, with 2B Alexis Popejoy collecting the run-scoring blow.  But CF Alfonso Leon hit into a double play that shut off any further scoring chances.

Lopez departed after 8 innings with the lead still intact, putting the ball in the hands of closer Go Matsumoto.  This has been about as close to a sure thing as it gets in the Patriot League; Matsumoto leads the league with 15 saves.  But on this day, he couldn’t close the deal.  1B Berry Canez worked a one-out walk to get things started, and then Popejoy’s single moved him over to third.  This allowed Leon’s sacrifice fly to bring in the tying run, as the Dragons dugout erupted with excitement.

“Coming from behind hasn’t really been our thing,” said 3B Jake Kapoor, “and neither has winning low-scoring games.  So it felt really good for us to be in this one.”

Little did Kapoor and the Dragons know what awaited them in the 10th.  Lefty Blueberry Jackson, who had thrown two scoreless innings in relief of Sarmiento, had planned to pitch the 10th.  But he stepped awkwardly while warming up for the inning and tweaked his ankle.  Not wanting to take any chances with his most reliable reliever, Davidson pulled him and substituted righty Michael Youngblood.  It turned out to be a poor choice.  A single and a walk later, Youngblood (0-2) was gone without recording an out.  The Dragons turned to lefty Elias Rosado, but after issuing a walk to load the bases, he was gone too.

Next in line was young right-hander Emilio Abbas, recently recalled from the minor leagues.  “My knees were kind of shaking,” he admitted after the game.  “My first game back, and it was right into the fire.”

Abbas allowed a single to Cardona, allowing the go-ahead run to score.  He got C Toby Watson to hit into a 1-2-3 double play that cut off another run, but DH Tex Whittier then laced another single to score two more runs, and suddenly Jacksonville was in a 5-2 hole.

The game seemed like a sure win for the Outlaws at that point, but the Dragons came tantalizingly close to a comeback.  C Jan Esquivel greeted Outlaws reliever Jamaal Sapp with a triple, and then Hopps crushed a homer into the left-center-field bleachers.  Suddenly, Jacksonville trailed by a single run with no outs in the inning.  Hartley came close to a game-tying blow, but his ball died at the warning track.  Sapp recorded another out before giving up a walk to SS Alan Herdt.  The Outlaws then summoned left-hander Cliff Humphrey, who got 1B Emerson Taliaferro to hit a tapper back to the mound to end the game and collect his first save.  Matsumoto (1-1) got credit for the victory.

“It really hurts to come that close and miss it,” said Kapoor.  “It almost would have been better if we’d gone 1-2-3 in the bottom of the 10th, so we wouldn’t have gotten our hopes up.”

The Outlaws (31-22) will try to finish the sweep tomorrow behind right-hander Cloyce “Hoss” Benson.  The Dragons (20-29) hope that lefty Randy Cannon can spoil it.

 

6/1/2015, SCO15-JAX15, Tesla Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Outlaws           1  1  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  3     5  9  0    11  1
2015 Dragons           0  0  0  0  0  0  1  0  1  2     4 10  0    10  1
 
Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Barkan            2b  4  1  1  0  .274    Leon              cf  3  0  0  1  .258
Burt              ss  3  0  0  0  .250    Kapoor            3b  5  0  0  0  .318
Brewmaker         3b  3  0  1  0  .267    Teachout          c   2  0  1  0  .373
 Jeffreys         ph  1  0  0  0  .258     Esquivel         pr  2  1  1  0  .293
Wason             rf  4  1  1  1  .298    Hopps             rf  4  1  3  2  .294
Elliott           1b  3  0  1  0  .300    Hartley           dh  5  0  1  0  .241
Ivey              lf  2  0  1  0  .251    Parker            lf  5  0  0  0  .222
 Cipolla          pr  2  1  0  0  .080    Herdt             ss  4  1  1  0  .247
Cardona           cf  5  2  2  2  .231    Canez             1b  3  0  1  0  .211
Watson            c   5  0  0  0  .195     Mount            pr  0  1  0  0  .208
Whittier          dh  5  0  2  2  .400     Taliaferro       1b  1  0  0  0  .185
                     37  5  9  5          Popejoy           2b  4  0  2  1  .235
                                                               38  4 10  4
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Lopez                            8.0  7  1  1  3  7 104  67  4.00
Matsumoto        BS 3, W 1-1     1.0  1  1  1  1  0  18  10  2.70
Sapp             H 3             0.2  2  2  2  1  0  13   7  3.63
Humphrey         S 1             0.1  0  0  0  0  0   2   2  3.07
                                10.0 10  4  4  5  7 137  86 
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Sarmiento                        7.0  5  2  2  5  1 121  69  4.31
Jackson                          2.0  1  0  0  1  3  35  22  2.00
Youngblood       L 0-2           0.0  1  2  2  1  0   9   4  9.90
Rosado                           0.0  0  1  1  1  0   6   2  8.00
Abbas                            1.0  2  0  0  0  0  13   9  5.63
                                10.0  9  5  5  8  4 184 106 
 
SCO: Cipolla ran for Ivey in the 3rd
     Cipolla moved to lf in the 3rd
     Jeffreys batted for Brewmaker in the 9th
     Jeffreys moved to 3b in the 9th
JAX: Esquivel ran for Teachout in the 6th
     Esquivel moved to c in the 7th
     Mount ran for Canez in the 9th
     Taliaferro inserted at 1b in the 10th
 
2B-Whittier(1), Hopps(9). 3B-Esquivel(1). HR-Cardona(9), Hopps(13). 
RBI-Wason(50), Cardona 2(23), Whittier 2(3), Leon(24), Hopps 2(40), 
Popejoy(6). SB-Barkan(9). K-Burt, Elliott, Cardona, Jeffreys, Leon, Kapoor 2, 
Hopps, Hartley 2, Herdt. BB-Barkan 2, Burt 2, Wason, Elliott 2, Cipolla, 
Leon, Teachout, Hopps, Herdt, Canez. SH-Brewmaker. SF-Leon. 
GWRBI: Cardona
Brant Ivey was injured for this game only
Judson Teachout was injured for this game only
Ward Jackson was injured for this game only
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

California SharksKnoxville SmokiesCALIFORNIA SHARKS 4, KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 2

The third inning was the charm for the California Sharks in this game.  In that one inning, the Sharks knocked a pair of home runs.  Those four runs in the third inning propelled the Sharks to a win and a sweep of the two-game series against the Knoxville Smokies.

“It all adds up beautifully,” said California manager Eduardo Aponte, whose team held onto second place in the West with the victory.  “This was a magnificent victory.  I feel our team is headed for great things.”

Apart from that one inning, Smokies starter Jack Jacques pitched a fantastic game.  Over the other 8 innings of the game, Jacques allowed three hits, no runs, struck out 12 and walked nobody.  But the 3rd inning was a different story.

With one out, Sharks CF Santiago Suarez roped a single into shallow left.  Once he was aboard, he began a series of feints and darts toward second base.  This distracted Jacques, who kept stepping off and firing pickoff throws to keep Suarez close.  At one point, he threw four consecutive pickoff attempts.  With his attention on Suarez at first, Jacques lost focus on the hitter, SS Rubin Smyth.  Jacques grooves a 2-1 fastball, and Smyth swatted it deep to left-center field for a two-run homer.

“Suarez is a pesky little man,” said Jacques.  “The way he kept darting back and forth, it distracted me.  And Smyth is a dangerous hitter; you can’t pitch to him with your attention divided.  He made me pay for it.”

Jacques then fell behind LF Kenneth Mader 2-0 before coaxing a groundout to third.  But 3B Ronnie Aceuedo couldn’t find the handle, and Mader reached first base safely.  Jacques was now visibly flustered, and when C Prince Carlo went out to the mound to calm him down, Jacques irritably waved him away.  The next batter was DH Eddie Nix; Jacques hung a slider to him, and Nix clubbed it to the upper deck in right field.  In the span of four batters, the Smokies were behind 4-1.

“I am disappointed in myself,” said Jacques (3-4).  “I had a brief lapse, and it cost me the game.”

Sharks starter Brian Goreman (5-1) was able to make the early lead stand up.  After a couple of mediocre starts, Goreman had a return to form in this game, allowing only two runs on nine hits over 8 innings.  His fastball was humming, and he kept the Knoxville hitters off balance.

“I was just rearing back and gunning it like I always do,” said Goreman.  “I’m too dumb to do anything else.  I don’t have a big master plan or anything.  Just go out there and let it rip.”

Closer Eugene Grace worked a perfect 9th to record his 11th save.

The Sharks (30-20) and Outlaws (29-22) both get to enjoy a day off tomorrow.

 

6/1/2015, CAL15-KNX15, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Sharks            0  0  4  0  0  0  0  0  0     4  6  0     4  2
2015 Smokies           0  1  0  0  0  0  0  1  0     2  9  1     7  0
 
Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Corona            rf  4  0  0  0  .317    Blair             cf  3  0  1  0  .287
Suarez            cf  4  1  2  0  .265     Gomez            pr  0  0  0  0  .216
Smyth             ss  4  1  1  2  .382     Maben            lf  1  1  1  0  .125
Mader             lf  4  1  1  0  .340    Campo             2b  3  0  1  1  .292
Nix               dh  4  1  1  2  .303    Bryant            dh  3  0  0  0  .280
Mote              3b  4  0  0  0  .250    Campo             rf  3  0  0  0  .259
Oller             1b  3  0  1  0  .323    Battin            1b  4  1  2  0  .253
 Lassen           1b  0  0  0  0  .160    Moriarty          ss  4  0  1  0  .269
Lockley           c   4  0  0  0  .282    Carlo             c   3  0  1  1  .170
Strachan          2b  3  0  0  0  .250    Aceuedo           3b  4  0  1  0  .323
                     34  4  6  4          Sisco             lf  4  0  1  0  .285
                                                               32  2  9  2
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Goreman          W 5-1           8.0  9  2  2  3  1 110  62  3.53
Grace            S 11            1.0  0  0  0  0  0   9   5  4.59
                                 9.0  9  2  2  3  1 119  67 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Jacques          L 3-4           9.0  6  4  3  0 12 139  87  4.30
                                 9.0  6  4  3  0 12 139  87 
 
CAL: Lassen inserted at 1b in the 9th
KNX: Gomez ran for Blair in the 6th
     Maben inserted at lf in the 7th
     Sisco moved to cf in the 7th
 
E-Aceuedo. 2B-Campo(11). 3B-Maben(1). HR-Smyth(8), Nix(9). RBI-Smyth 2(48), 
Nix 2(28), Campo(17), Carlo(15). CS-Sisco. K-Corona, Suarez, Smyth 2, 
Mader 2, Mote 2, Oller, Lockley 2, Strachan, Campo. BB-Campo, Bryant, Campo. 
SF-Carlo. HBP-Oller. HB-Jacques. 
GWRBI: Smyth
Joe Blair was injured for this game only
Temperature: 84, Sky: clear, Wind: in from left at 8 MPH.

 

Milwaukee Bear ClawsOrlando CalrissiansMILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 6, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 4

Milwaukee Bear Claws SS Red Petitt is a gregarious storyteller, but on the field, he prefers to let his bat do the talking.  His Louisville Slugger spoke eloquently in this game, as Petitt slammed two home runs, including the game-winning three-run shot in the Bear Claws’ 6-4 victory over the Orlando Calrissians.

“That’s why I love Red,” said Bear Claws manager Poss Horton.  “Whenever we need somebody to step up, he’s always the first one over the wall.  He’s the leader on this team, no question.”

Petitt’s first home run, a solo shot in the 5th, broke a scoreless tie.  Both starters, Orlando’s Chuck Weaver and Milwaukee’s Herculez Mendoza, had worked their way out of several jams in the first four frames.  Weaver was the first to blink, grooving a 3-1 fastball that Petitt snuck over the left-field fence.

After that, though, Mendoza stumbled badly.  He allowed a game-tying homer to Calrissians SS Jose Buendia in the bottom of the 5th, and then fell apart in the 6th, giving up a bases-loaded walk to 1B Brooks Defoor and a two-run single to Buendia before departing.

As the Bear Claws tromped off the field at the end of the 6th down 4-1, Horton called his team together for a discussion.  “I wasn’t chewin’ ’em out or anything,” said Horton.  “I just sort of gave ’em a reality check.  Basically saying, ‘Hey guys, are we really gonna lose to goddamn Orlando?  You kidding me?’  They got the message.”

In the 7th, 1B Felipe Mateo hit a two-run homer to chase Weaver.  “That was the key to the game,” said Horton.  “We were still behind at that point, but once we got into their pen, it was just a matter of time.”

Calrissians lefty Ruben Quesara (0-1) was in to start the 8th for Orlando.  He got the first two outs, but allowed a single and a walk to put runners on the corners.  That brought Petitt to the plate, as Orlando brought struggling closer Caddington Smith into the game.

“Before Red went up,” said Bear Claws RF Wally Trumbauer, “he turns to me and says, ‘If he tries to come inside, I’m going upper tank.’  And damned if he didn’t do exactly that.”

With a 2-2 count, Smith tried to finish Petitt off with a fastball on the inside corner.  The bull swung back over the plate more than Smith would have preferred, and the Milwaukee shortstop cleared his hips and met it cleanly.  By the time it settled in the left-field stands – upper deck, just as he predicted – Petitt was already on the way to second base, head down   When he came back into the dugout, every player tried to pound Petitt on his head or his back.

Milwaukee reliever Chris Karnik (1-1), who pitched 2 2/3 scoreless innings in relief of Mendoza, got the win.  Closer Oscar Buenaventura finished it off for his 13th save of the season.

The Bear Claws (37-16) and Calrissians (16-36) have the rubber match of their series tomorrow.  Milwaukee will start southpaw Zack Perriman against Orlando right-hander Charles McNally.

 

6/1/2015, MIL15-ORL15, Bespin
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Bear Claws        0  0  0  0  1  0  2  3  0     6 10  0    10  0
2015 Calrissians       0  0  0  0  1  3  0  0  0     4 10  0    11  1
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  4  3  2  4  .314    Hartl             lf  5  1  2  0  .284
Iddings           2b  5  0  0  0  .248    Defoor            1b  3  0  0  1  .237
Mateo             1b  4  1  4  2  .338    Buendia           ss  5  1  2  3  .291
Suzuki            3b  2  0  1  0  .299    Law               rf  5  0  3  0  .288
Fleitas           dh  5  0  0  0  .083    Figeroa           3b  4  0  1  0  .257
Raine             lf  2  1  0  0  .233    Crofoot           2b  5  0  0  0  .224
Trumbauer         rf  5  0  0  0  .265    Nabors            dh  2  1  1  0  .218
McGuigan          c   4  0  2  0  .278    Elias             cf  3  0  0  0  .204
Maxwell           cf  3  1  1  0  .303    McCormack         c   4  1  1  0  .200
                     34  6 10  6                               36  4 10  4
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Mendoza                          5.1  9  4  4  6  3 115  64  4.76
Karnik           W 1-1           2.2  1  0  0  0  1  29  18  6.12
Buenaventura     S 13            1.0  0  0  0  0  2  13   7  1.64
                                 9.0 10  4  4  6  6 157  89 
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Weaver                           6.2  7  3  3  4  1 113  61  6.54
Quesara          H 2, L 0-1      1.0  1  2  2  2  1  24  12  6.08
Smith            BS 1            1.1  2  1  1  1  2  29  18  7.15
                                 9.0 10  6  6  7  4 166  91 
 
2B-Suzuki(6). HR-Petitt 2(7), Mateo(20), Buendia(4). RBI-Petitt 4(27), 
Mateo 2(61), Defoor(32), Buendia 3(29). SB-Petitt(11), Figeroa(2). CS-Petitt, 
Hartl. K-Iddings, Fleitas, Trumbauer, McGuigan, Hartl, Defoor, Law, Figeroa, 
Crofoot, Elias. BB-Petitt, Mateo, Suzuki 2, Raine 2, Maxwell, Defoor 2, 
Figeroa, Nabors 2, Elias. SH-Suzuki. HBP-Raine. PB-McGuigan. HB-Weaver. 
GWRBI: Petitt
Temperature: 94, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 16 MPH.

 

Jackson HammerheadsSalt Lake SamuraiJACKSON HAMMERHEADS 9, SALT LAKE SAMURAI 2

Late-inning lightning.  That was a hallmark of the Jackson Hammerheads’ rise from a stumbling start all the way up to first place in the East.  In today’s game, the Hammerheads unleashed some vintage lightning on the Salt Lake Samurai, scoring all their runs in the final three innings of a 9-2 win.

“Feels good to get that knife in and turn it,” said Jackson SS Octavio Westerberg, who went 3-for-5 and drove in three runs.  “We haven’t had one of those in a while.”

Through the first 5 innings, the Hammerheads were being one-hit by Samurai starter Greg Horton.  The broad-shouldered lefty has been up and down this season, but he was having no trouble keeping the powerful Jackson lineup in check, much to the dismay  of the crowd at Cash Carter Downs.

“I hate to say it, but he was overpowering us,” said Hammerheads C Clarence Doyle.  “That doesn’t happen a lot.”

Things changed in the 6th.  RF Erin Arispe led off with a walk.  Next, CF Damian Deason shot a double down the line.  Westerberg then drove them both home with a single, tying the game.

In the 7th, Jackson dropped the hammer on Salt Lake.  They batted around against Horton and reliever Rick Wilkins, scoring six runs.  LF Track Johnson’s three-run homer chased Horton (2-7) without recording any outs.  After his impressive start, Horton wound up being charged with six runs over his 6+ innings.  Jackson then banged out three hits, a walk, a stolen base, and two more runs against Wilkins.

The Samurai lost more than the game in that inning.  C DeAndre Turnbull left the game after a collision at home plate with Westerberg.  Turnbull suffered a gash on his leg that required several stitches to close, and he is expected to miss at least a week.  The Salt Lake catcher has struggled badly at the plate this season, but he has provided exceptional defense, and his loss is a blow to the Samurai.

“We’re all hoping for DeAndre to get back soon,” said Samurai manager Johnny Dugan.  “He’s been our backbone.  He’s so tough that we thought it was basically impossible to break him.”

The Hammerheads’ late outburst made a winner out of starter Kiko Walton (6-1).  Unlike Horton, Walton doesn’t try to overpower hitting, relying on control instead.

“Walton is what you’d call a finesse pitcher,” said Hammerheads manager Lou Hayes.  “Relies on control, accuracy, not speed.  They time this kid’s fastball with an hourglass.”

The lefty’s slop-tossing routine isn’t always effective, but on this day it worked like a charm against the Samurai.  He actually got better as the game went on.  The only extra-base hits he allowed were in the 1st inning.  After being nicked for four hits and a pair of runs in the first 3 innings, Walton only allowed one hit the rest of the game.

“That’s the secret to my success,” joked Walton.  “I’m so slow to the plate that they get sick of waiting, and they hurry up and swing to get the game over with,”

The Hammerheads (35-17) will aim for the sweep tomorrow with righty Jason Wallace on the hill.  The Samurai (10-45) will offer up left-hander Toshiie Maeda.

 

6/1/2015, SLC15-JCK15, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Samurai           1  0  1  0  0  0  0  0  0     2  5  2     3  3
2015 Hammerheads       0  0  0  0  0  2  6  1  x     9 11  0     5  0
 
Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Motonari          ss  3  0  0  0  .241    Deason            cf  4  2  2  1  .312
Whitworth         dh  4  1  3  1  .274    Westerberg        ss  5  0  3  3  .348
Cosgrove          cf  3  0  0  0  .275    Fleitas           3b  3  0  1  1  .309
 Backus           ph  1  0  0  0  .255    Jaramillo         dh  4  0  0  0  .261
Martinez          rf  4  0  1  1  .282    Doyle             c   4  1  2  0  .346
Thomas            1b  3  0  0  0  .244    Righter           2b  2  2  1  0  .343
Sparks            lf  3  0  0  0  .241    Wilczynski        1b  4  1  0  1  .280
Turnbull          c   3  0  0  0  .125    Johnson           lf  4  1  1  3  .318
 Regner           c   0  0  0  0  .127    Arispe            rf  2  2  1  0  .259
Gaytan            2b  2  0  0  0  .234                         32  9 11  9
Davidson          3b  3  1  1  0  .207
                     29  2  5  2
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Horton           L 2-7           6.0  6  6  6  3  2  88  55  6.55
Wilkins                          2.0  5  3  2  2  1  44  21  5.49
                                 8.0 11  9  8  5  3 132  76 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Walton           W 6-1           9.0  5  2  2  2  4 112  71  5.64
                                 9.0  5  2  2  2  4 112  71 
 
SLC: Regner inserted at c in the 7th
     Backus batted for Cosgrove in the 9th
 
E-Thomas, Sparks. 2B-Martinez(7), Deason(24), Doyle(18). 3B-Whitworth(1). 
HR-Johnson(4). RBI-Whitworth(10), Martinez(14), Deason(42), Westerberg 3(36), 
Fleitas(57), Wilczynski(29), Johnson 3(32). SB-Fleitas(6). CS-Gaytan. 
K-Cosgrove 2, Martinez, Turnbull, Jaramillo 3. BB-Thomas, Gaytan, Deason, 
Fleitas, Righter, Arispe 2. SH-Motonari. HBP-Righter. HB-Wilkins. 
GWRBI: Wilczynski
Deandre Turnbull was injured for this game and 8 more days
Temperature: 100, Sky: clear, Wind: out to right at 2 MPH.

 

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