PBL Scores, 8/14/15

The latest round of interdivision play draws to a close.  Who emerged victorious?  Read on and see…

California SharksJackson HammerheadsCALIFORNIA SHARKS 3, JACKSON HAMMERHEADS 1

At the beginning, the highly prestigious Chum Bucket was something of a joke, a friendly contest between old friends who happened to own teams with cartilage-based life forms for mascots.  But the battle for a shiny metal trinket has become heated as the season has gone on.

Part of that is the natural competitive nature of athletes.  Part of it is that, with both teams remaining stubbornly behind their respective division leaders, the highly prestigious Chum Bucket might be the highest trophy that either team gets to play for this season.  But whatever reason, both teams are taking this season series with the utmost seriousness.

“We’re focused on the Bucket right now, no question,” said Hammerheads manager Lou Hayes.  “We consider it a must-win trophy.”

“If you asked me whether I would rather win the championship and lose the highly prestigious Chum Bucket, or the reverse, I would have to think about it deeply before answering,” said Sharks manager Eduardo Aponte.

After splitting the first two games of this three-game set in wild, offense-first contests, it seemed only fitting that the deciding game would be a pitcher’s duel.  Unfortunately for Jackson, a handful of bad breaks doomed them to a 3-1 loss at the hands of the Sharks.

“I feel like we’ve been snakebit – or maybe shark-bit – in this series,” said Hayes.  “I definitely think we played well enough to sweep.  But we couldn’t quite swim fast enough to stay alive.”

Over his last couple of outings, Hammerheads starter Jordan Bergman (13-4) has seemed to be paying for some of the good fortune he encountered earlier in the season.  Although Bergman pitched a fine game – going all 9 innings and tossing a six-hitter with five strikeouts – he received virtually no run support and suffered a couple tough breaks.

The first batter of the game, Sharks RF Jessie Corona, hit a grounder to short.  Jackson SS Octavio Westerberg rushed his throw, and it pulled 1B Lacy Wilczynski off the bag, allowing Corona to reach safely.  Sharks CF Santiago Suarez then lined a single that moved Corona to third, from where he scored on a sac fly by LF Kenneth Mader.

In the 6th, Corona led off the inning with a deep fly ball that sailed past RF Erin Arispe, resulting in a triple.  Bergman then uncorked an 0-1 slider to Suarez that bounced past C Clarence Doyle, allowing Corona to score.  It was ruled a wild pitch, but most observers agree that Doyle should have been charged with a passed ball.

Then in the 9th, Sharks SS Rubin Smyth and Mader stroked back-to-back singles.  DH Eddie Nix then hit what could have been a double-play grounder, but Hammerheads 2B Homer Righter had trouble on the transfer, allowing Nix to beat the throw to first.  That meant that when 3B Karl Mote hit a fly ball to center, instead of getting Jackson out of the inning, it was a sacrifice fly that scored Smyth.

“The way I see it, I came close to tossing a shutout,” said Bergman with a sly grin.  “Obviously, I didn’t.  But that’s the way the cookie crumbles, right?  This lineup has bailed me out a bunch of times when I sucked, so I was probably due.”

Sharks starter Stu Palmeiro (14-5) handcuffed the Hammerheads over 8 innings, scattering seven hits.  He was especially dominant in the middle innings, retiring 13 straight Jackson hitters between the 3rd and the 7th.  Only Hammerheads CF Damian Deason’s RBI groundout in the 8th prevented California from collecting a shutout.  Sharks closer Eugene Grace pitched around a leadoff double to collect his 25th save.

“There haven’t been nearly enough shark puns today,” said Aponte.  “Fortunately, I’ve got some chumming right up!  Stu gave us a jaws-dropping performance today.  Really fintastic!  He’s the great white hope for our rotation.”

The Sharks (66-47) swim home to face off with the Salt Lake Samurai tomorrow.  The Hammerheads (65-50) head to Knoxville to try to chomp away at the Smokies’ division lead head-to-head.

 

8/14/2015, CAL15-JCK15, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Sharks            1  0  0  0  0  1  0  0  1     3  6  0     4  1
2015 Hammerheads       0  0  0  0  0  0  0  1  0     1  8  1     6  2
 
Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Corona            rf  3  2  2  0  .309    Deason            cf  4  0  1  1  .304
Suarez            cf  4  0  1  0  .238    Westerberg        ss  2  0  1  0  .348
Smyth             ss  4  1  1  0  .353    Fleitas           3b  4  0  0  0  .289
Mader             lf  3  0  2  1  .330    Jaramillo         dh  4  0  1  0  .265
Nix               dh  4  0  0  0  .336    Doyle             c   4  0  1  0  .318
Mote              3b  3  0  0  1  .218    Righter           2b  4  0  0  0  .348
Oller             2b  3  0  0  0  .279    Wilczynski        1b  2  0  1  0  .247
 Puffer           2b  0  0  0  0  .134     Walcott          ph  1  1  1  0  .263
Gerke             1b  3  0  0  0  .188     Thomasson        1b  1  0  0  0  .227
Carpenter         c   3  0  0  0  .268    Johnson           lf  3  0  0  0  .321
                     30  3  6  2          Arispe            rf  3  0  2  0  .278
                                                               32  1  8  1
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Palmeiro         W 14-5          8.0  7  1  1  1  4 100  67  3.83
Grace            S 25            1.0  1  0  0  0  0  17   8  4.24
                                 9.0  8  1  1  1  4 117  75 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Bergman          L 13-4          9.0  6  3  2  2  5 121  75  3.99
                                 9.0  6  3  2  2  5 121  75 
 
CAL: Puffer inserted at 2b in the 9th
JCK: Walcott batted for Wilczynski in the 8th
     Thomasson inserted at 1b in the 9th
 
E-Westerberg. 2B-Jaramillo(16), Arispe(23). 3B-Corona(19). RBI-Mader(87), 
Mote(71), Deason(79). CS-Corona, Deason. K-Suarez, Mote, Oller 2, Carpenter, 
Westerberg, Doyle, Righter, Arispe. BB-Corona, Oller, Westerberg. 
SH-Westerberg. SF-Mader, Mote. WP-Bergman. 
GWRBI: Mader
Temperature: 76, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 4 MPH.

 

Knoxville SmokiesMilwaukee Bear ClawsKNOXVILLE SMOKIES 6, MILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 4

Knoxville’s Rocky Top Park is a curious place.  It can play as a cozy bandbox or a pitcher’s heaven, depending on the temperature and the path of the swirling mountain winds.  The park’s characteristics can change from game to game, or even in within a game, especially ones that occur in the afternoon.

Today’s game, an afternoon tilt on a getaway day, was a prime example of this.  As the mercury climbed and the breezes began blowing out, Rocky Top played much cozier at the end of the game than at the beginning.  The hometown Smokies took advantage, launching three homers in the final innings to capture a 6-4 win in the rubber match of their series against the Milwaukee Bear Claws.

“Definitely got to give an assist to the weather on this one,” said Smokies manager Snuff Wallace.  “I kept a real good eye on those flags in center, and when they started pointing out, I told my boys to swing for the fences.  Way I figure it, that was God telling us he wanted us to win.”

Going into the 7th inning, the Smokies held a slim 2-0 edge on a two-run double by CF Joe Blair.  Knoxville starter Elicio Santana was dominating, working on a no-hitter with eight whiffs.  But after walking Bear Claws 1B Felipe Mateo to start the 7th, Santana allowed his first hit of the game, a booming double to 3B Ikaru Suzuki.

“My head snapped up right then,” said Wallace.  “I said to myself, ‘Two innings ago, that’s a lazy fly ball out.  The weather’s changing.’”

Milwaukee managed to tie the game and knock Santana out in that inning.  But Wallace was optimistic.  “I knew our boys were gonna take it from there,” said the Knoxville skipper.

In the bottom of the inning, Blair came up with two out and a runner on first.  He parked the first pitch from Bear Claws start “Stormin’” Patrick McNorman (12-8) out to left.

“I hit it basically the same as my double in the 5th,” said Blair.  “But this time it carried a little better and went out instead.”

In the 8th, Smokies SS Armand Moriarty and 1B Eddie Battin hit back-to-back jacks to pad Knoxville’s lead.  “Early in the game, both those balls probably die at the track,” said Wallace.  “But there was God, giving us a little boost.”

Knoxville reliever Rick Wilkins (4-1), who followed Santana, picked up the win.  Milwaukee mounted a 9th-inning rally against Smokies closer Charlie Pasternak, but it came up short when SS Red Petitt struck out to end the game.

The Smokies (69-44) now prepare to host their pursuers in the East, the Jackson Hammerheads.  The Bear Claws (72-43) depart for the desert and a series against the Silver City Outlaws.

 

8/14/2015, MIL15-KNX15, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Bear Claws        0  0  0  0  0  0  2  0  2     4  5  0     6  1
2015 Smokies           0  0  0  0  2  0  2  2  x     6 11  1     5  0
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  5  0  0  0  .317    Blair             cf  4  1  2  4  .293
Iddings           2b  4  0  0  0  .248    Campo             2b  4  0  1  0  .294
Mateo             1b  3  1  0  0  .343    Bryant            dh  3  0  0  0  .299
Suzuki            3b  4  1  1  0  .297    Campo             rf  4  0  0  0  .286
Mealey            lf  3  1  0  1  .311    Moriarty          ss  4  1  1  1  .275
Raine             dh  3  0  0  1  .251    Battin            1b  4  1  1  1  .308
Trumbauer         rf  3  0  1  0  .242    Carlo             c   4  1  3  0  .210
McGuigan          c   3  1  2  1  .293    Aceuedo           3b  4  1  2  0  .271
Maxwell           cf  3  0  1  1  .301    Sisco             lf  1  1  1  0  .303
                     31  4  5  4           Gomez            ph  1  0  0  0  .217
                                           Maben            lf  0  0  0  0  .125
                                                               33  6 11  6
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McNorman         L 12-8          7.1 10  6  6  2  3 113  81  3.97
Almon                            0.2  1  0  0  0  0   4   3  3.71
                                 8.0 11  6  6  2  3 117  84 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Santana                          6.2  3  2  2  2  8  97  60  2.75
Wilkins          W 4-1           1.1  0  1  1  2  0  23   9  2.61
Pasternak                        1.0  2  1  0  0  2  16  11  2.85
                                 9.0  5  4  3  4 10 136  80 
 
KNX: Gomez batted for Sisco in the 7th
     Maben inserted at lf in the 8th
 
E-Campo. 2B-Suzuki(16), McGuigan(17), Blair(21). HR-Blair(20), Moriarty(13), 
Battin(23). RBI-Mealey(61), Raine(60), McGuigan(42), Maxwell(42), 
Blair 4(74), Moriarty(75), Battin(88). K-Petitt 2, Iddings, Mateo 2, Raine, 
Trumbauer 2, McGuigan, Maxwell, Campo 3. BB-Mateo, Mealey, McGuigan, Maxwell, 
Bryant, Sisco. SF-Raine. HBP-Trumbauer. HB-Santana. 
GWRBI: Blair
Temperature: 90, Sky: clear, Wind: left to right at 7 MPH.

 

Silver City OutlawsOrlando CalrissiansSILVER CITY OUTLAWS 6-6, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 5-2 (DOUBLEHEADER)

After yesterday’s game between the Silver City Outlaws and the Orlando Calrissians was postponed due to a power outage, it was rescheduled as part of today’s getaway-day doubleheader.  “Having up play two on a day when we’re fixing to saddle up and head out west, that’s not right,” said Outlaws manager John Jarha.  “We’ve got some hurtin’ cowpokes in here, no fooling.”

The Outlaws were able to soothe their chapped hides a bit with a pair of victories, capturing the opener 6-5 in 10 innings and taking the nightcap by a 6-2 margin.

“19 innings in one day,” mused Calrissians C Amos McCormack, who caught both ends of the twin bill.  “That’s a lotta baseball.”

The opening game featured a pair of wild swings.  The Outlaws looked certain to run away with the game early on, building a 5-0 lead and chasing Calrissians starter Charles McNally after only 3 innings.  Silver City LF Tex Whittier struck the biggest blow, a three-run homer in the 3rd inning.

“After we got done kicking McNally around, I figured at least we could put it on cruise control for game one,” said Jarha.

But in the bottom of the 5th, Orlando erupted for five runs to tie the game.  SS Jose Buendia smacked a bases-cleared triple that drove Outlaws starter Juan Carlos Lopez from the game.  RF Bart Law drove Buendia in with a groundout to short.  Then, after Silver City reliever Aurelio Menard loaded the bases on a hit and two walks, C Marlon Jeffreys allowed a passed ball that scored the tying run.

After Orlando’s uprising, the teams traded zeroes for the next 4 innings, with Silver City’s Menard holding the fort against a trio of Calrissian relievers.  In the 10th, Silver City SS Carrol Burt led off with a triple against Orlando righty Barrett Turbeville (0-3).  The Calrissians called on closer Caddington Smith, but he allowed a single to 2B Dominique Barkan, scoring Burt.

That made a winner out of Menard (3-4), who worked 5 innings in all.  Closer Go Matsumoto set the Calrissians down in order for his 25th save.

In the nightcap, Silver City starter Cloyce “Hoss” Benson (7-14) had one of his best starts of the year, pitching 7 1/3 innings and picking up the win in the Outlaws’ 6-2 victory.  “This year, Hoss has been a pony sometimes,” said Jarha.  “But today, he was a thoroughbred.”

The Outlaws got started off strong, posting a pair of runs in the 1st against Calrissians starter Nate McGowan (4-14).  RF Nathaniel Wason smacked his 43rd homer of the season in the 3rd.  Jeffreys put the game on ice in the 9th with a two-run single off Orlando reliever Ruben Quesara.

“No question, it stings to lose both ends of a twin bill,” said Calrissians manager Logan Bothan.  “But we’ve just got to get up off the mat and keep fighting.”

The Outlaws (55-60) finally got to ride home for their showdown with the Milwaukee Bear Claws.  The Calrissians (40-74) hope to shake off the sting in their next series against their cross-state rivals, the Jacksonville Dragons.

 

GAME 1

8/14/2015, SCO15-ORL15, Bespin
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Outlaws           0  1  4  0  0  0  0  0  0  1     6 16  0    13  3
2015 Calrissians       0  0  0  0  5  0  0  0  0  0     5 10  1     9  2
 
Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Barkan            2b  4  1  2  1  .260    Hartl             lf  5  1  2  0  .282
Brewmaker         3b  6  1  1  0  .261    Defoor            1b  4  1  2  0  .246
Jeffreys          c   6  0  1  0  .181    Buendia           ss  4  1  2  3  .290
Wason             rf  5  0  1  1  .280    Law               rf  4  0  0  1  .273
Elliott           1b  4  2  2  0  .279    Figeroa           3b  3  0  1  0  .262
Whittier          lf  4  1  1  3  .235    Crofoot           2b  5  1  1  0  .215
Hintz             dh  3  0  2  0  .208    Nabors            dh  4  0  1  0  .223
Cardona           cf  5  0  2  1  .233    Elias             cf  4  0  0  0  .189
Burt              ss  5  1  4  0  .205    McCormack         c   3  1  1  0  .174
                     42  6 16  6                               36  5 10  4
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Lopez                            4.0  8  4  4  2  4  64  39  4.03
Menard           W 3-4           5.0  2  1  0  5  0  71  32  2.12
Matsumoto        S 24            1.0  0  0  0  0  0   7   4  2.08
                                10.0 10  5  4  7  4 142  75 
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McNally                          3.0  7  5  5  3  1  71  36  6.68
Grazier                          3.0  2  0  0  0  1  43  28  7.80
Quesara                          1.0  1  0  0  2  1  18  10  5.33
Turbeville       L 0-3           2.0  4  1  1  0  1  27  19  7.01
Smith                            1.0  2  0  0  0  1  14   9  4.14
                                10.0 16  6  6  5  5 173 102 
 
E-Figeroa. 2B-Elliott(33), Hintz(8), Cardona(20), Burt(11). 3B-Burt(3), 
Buendia(6). HR-Whittier(7). RBI-Barkan(21), Wason(91), Whittier 3(27), 
Cardona(62), Buendia 3(63), Law(49). SB-Buendia(7). CS-Barkan. K-Jeffreys, 
Wason 2, Cardona 2, Crofoot, Elias 2, McCormack. BB-Barkan, Elliott, 
Whittier, Hintz 2, Defoor, Buendia, Law, Figeroa, Nabors, Elias, McCormack. 
SH-Barkan, Figeroa. SF-Wason. PB-Jeffreys. WP-Lopez. 
GWRBI: Barkan
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

GAME 2

8/14/2015, SCO15-ORL15, Bespin
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Outlaws           2  0  1  0  0  1  0  0  2     6  9  1     7  1
2015 Calrissians       0  0  0  1  0  1  0  0  0     2  8  1     9  0
 
Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Barkan            2b  5  2  1  0  .260    Hartl             lf  5  0  3  0  .286
Brewmaker         3b  4  1  1  0  .261    Defoor            1b  5  0  0  0  .243
Jeffreys          c   5  0  1  3  .181    Buendia           ss  4  0  0  0  .287
Wason             rf  5  2  2  1  .281    Law               rf  4  1  2  1  .275
Elliott           1b  4  0  1  1  .279    Figeroa           3b  2  1  1  1  .264
Whittier          lf  4  0  1  0  .235    Crofoot           2b  4  0  0  0  .213
Hintz             dh  3  0  1  0  .210    Nabors            dh  4  0  1  0  .223
Cardona           cf  4  0  1  1  .233    Elias             cf  3  0  0  0  .187
Burt              ss  3  1  0  0  .203    McCormack         c   4  0  1  0  .175
                     37  6  9  6                               35  2  8  2
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Benson           W 7-14          7.1  7  2  2  2  4 126  82  5.18
Sapp             H 4             1.0  0  0  0  1  0  11   4  5.68
Matsumoto                        0.2  1  0  0  0  1   9   7  2.05
                                 9.0  8  2  2  3  5 146  93 
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McGowan          L 4-14          8.1  8  6  6  2  6 140  89  4.40
Quesara                          0.2  1  0  0  1  1  14   8  5.26
                                 9.0  9  6  6  3  7 154  97 
 
E-Wason, Defoor. 2B-Brewmaker(19), Elliott(34), Cardona(21). HR-Wason(43), 
Law(19), Figeroa(21). RBI-Jeffreys 3(15), Wason(92), Elliott(80), 
Cardona(63), Law(50), Figeroa(64). K-Barkan, Brewmaker, Jeffreys, Wason, 
Elliott, Whittier 2, Defoor, Crofoot, Nabors, Elias 2. BB-Brewmaker, Hintz, 
Burt, Figeroa 2, Elias. PB-Jeffreys. 
GWRBI: Jeffreys
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

Jacksonville DragonsSalt Lake SamuraiJACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 8, SALT LAKE SAMURAI 2

The Jacksonville Dragons have set a goal for the season: get over the .500 mark.  “Obviously, we’d love it if we could get into the playoffs,” said Dragons 1B Jake Kapoor.  “But even if that’s out of reach for us, we aren’t just going to roll over and give up on the season.  We’ve got a goal in mind, and we’re going to push as hard as we can to get it.”

If the Dragons are going to achieve their goals, they’ll need to take advantage of opportunities, like winning series against last-place teams.  They checked that box today, posting an 8-2 win over the Salt Lake Samurai.

“If we’re going to take a step forward as a team, it starts with games like these,” said Kapoor.  “Not just to go in and win easily, but to have the confidence that we’re going to win, that we’re better than these guys.”

If anything, the Dragons were frustrated that they didn’t take better advantage of their opportunities early on.  “We could have been up by double digits by the 5th or 6th,” said Dragons manager Harlan Davidson.  “It didn’t come back to cost us, thank goodness.”

Jacksonville’s hitters bloodied Samurai starter Jonathan Fernandez (3-11) for 12 hits over 4 1/3 innings, but only managed to turn those hits into four runs.  The Dragons twice had runners thrown out at the plate.  It wasn’t until the 5th inning, when LF Rob Hartley and 3B Berry Canez both homered, that Jacksonville felt firmly in command of the game.

“It was kind of frustrating, yeah,” said Hartley.  “We were pounding [Fernandez] all over the lot, but we weren’t getting runs on the board.  Fortunately, we didn’t let it get to us.”

Fernandez was replaced by reliever Jimmy Okamura, who suffered major control problems.  In his 2 2/3 innings of work, he allowed only one hit but an astounding six walks.  “I don’t know what happened,” said Okamura.  “Every time the ball left my hand, I had no idea where it was going to end up.”

It wasn’t until the 8th inning that the Dragons finally put the game out of reach, with a major assist from the Salt Lake pitching staff.  Jacksonville scored three runs in the innings, as three Samurai pitchers combined to walk four batters and hit another.

“We definitely shot ourselves in the foot today,” said Samurai manager Johnny Dugan.  “Too many walks, too many chances for the other team.”

Dragons starter Juan Sarmiento (8-9) pitched a complete-game gem for the win, allowing eight hits and striking out six.  “Juan is still a diamond in the rough,” said Davidson.  “But the longer the season goes on, the more we’re seeing diamond and the less rough.”

In addition to losing the game, the Samurai lost starting C DeAndre Turnbull, who left the game in the 3rd inning after taking a foul ball off the wrist.  X-rays were negative, but there was considerable swelling.  Dugan said that he expects Turnbull to miss some time, but they hope to avoid putting him on the DL.

The Dragons (55-59) host the Orlando Calrissians for a three-game set starting tomorrow.  The Samurai (35-80) fly to the opposite coast to take on the California Sharks.

 

8/14/2015, SLC15-JAX15, Tesla Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2015 Samurai           0  0  1  0  0  0  0  1  0     2  8  1     7  0
2015 Dragons           1  0  0  1  2  0  1  3  x     8 14  0    13  0
 
Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Motonari          ss  3  1  1  0  .257    Teachout          c   4  1  2  1  .324
Whitworth         dh  4  0  2  2  .283    Kapoor            1b  4  0  0  0  .295
Martinez          rf  4  0  0  0  .258    Hopps             rf  4  2  1  0  .269
Thomas            1b  4  0  0  0  .231    Hartley           lf  5  1  2  1  .240
Sparks            lf  3  0  1  0  .241     Parker           lf  0  0  0  0  .205
Turnbull          c   1  0  0  0  .147    Esquivel          dh  4  1  2  1  .268
 Regner           c   2  0  1  0  .172    Canez             3b  4  2  3  3  .224
Gaytan            2b  4  0  2  0  .266    Leon              cf  3  0  1  0  .241
Davidson          3b  4  0  0  0  .186     Goodwin          pr  0  0  0  0  .158
Rains             cf  4  1  1  0  .273    Herdt             ss  4  1  2  1  .229
                     33  2  8  2          Mount             2b  4  0  1  0  .231
                                                               36  8 14  7
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Fernandez        L 3-11          4.2 12  4  3  0  1  76  55  5.67
Okamura                          2.2  1  3  3  6  3  60  24  5.31
Bautista                         0.1  1  1  1  2  0  25  12  3.34
Henderson                        0.1  0  0  0  0  0   8   5  4.00
                                 8.0 14  8  7  8  4 169  96 
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Sarmiento        W 8-9           9.0  8  2  2  2  6 122  79  4.86
                                 9.0  8  2  2  2  6 122  79 
 
SLC: Regner inserted at c in the 3rd
JAX: Goodwin ran for Leon in the 5th
     Goodwin moved to cf in the 6th
     Parker inserted at lf in the 9th
 
E-Gaytan. 2B-Motonari(18), Rains(2), Herdt 2(17). HR-Hartley(25), Canez(13). 
RBI-Whitworth 2(41), Teachout(47), Hartley(76), Esquivel(39), Canez 3(32), 
Herdt(40). SB-Mount 2(10). CS-Goodwin. K-Motonari, Martinez 2, Thomas, 
Gaytan, Davidson, Teachout, Kapoor 2, Mount. BB-Sparks, Regner, Teachout, 
Kapoor, Hopps, Canez, Herdt, Mount, Goodwin 2. SH-Motonari. HBP-Esquivel. 
PB-Regner. HB-Bautista. WP-Sarmiento. 
GWRBI: Teachout
Deandre Turnbull was injured for this game and 8 more days
Alfonso Leon was injured for this game only
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

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