PBL Scores, 7/14/16

A lot of tight, exciting games today.  You won’t want to miss these!

MILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 6, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 5 (10 INNINGS)

What a difference a year makes.  Last season, the Milwaukee Bear Claws cut a swath through the Patriot League on their way to claiming the first-ever league championship.  Their performance was so impressive that the league decided to name the championship trophy after the team’s manager Poss Horton.

This year is a different story.  The Bear Claws haven’t been able to approach last year’s scorching pace.  They quickly found themselves falling behind the California Sharks.  And thanks to their tailspin to open the second half, during which they saw the Silver City Outlaws rocket past them in the standings, they may not make the playoffs at all.

Horton tends to stay on an even keel, and so he’s declined to call out his team publicly, or even to acknowledge that the season may be slipping away.  But after today’s 6-5 extra-inning win over the Orlando Calrissians, you could hear a hint of relief in Horton’s voice as he talked about the game.

“Boy, this one felt like old times, didn’t it?” said the Bear Claws skipper.  “Offense was clicking, bullpen came up strong, made a strong showing against a tough opponent.  This could be the game that gets us on a hot streak and sparks us to big things.”

There were definitely some positive signs for Horton’s Bear Claws in this game.  2B Richard Iddings suffered through a difficult first half, creating a void at the top of Milwaukee’s order.  But in recent weeks, he’s been heating up fast.  Today, he homered in his first two trips to the plate.  In the 1st, he launched a solo shot 377 feet out to left, giving the Bear Claws an early lead.  Then after Orlando put up a three-spot in the 2nd, Iddings stepped up with two outs and a runner on and launched a homer to virtually the same spot, tying the game.

“I finally feel like I’m earning my money again,” said Iddings.  “I’m a lead-by-example kind of guy, and for the first couple of months, I was a lousy example.  I’m hoping that I can keep pulling my weight and help us get back into it.”

Last season’s Bear Claws showed an ability to make the most of their chances, which they did again today.  Twice, once in the 4th and once in the 8th, Milwaukee led off the inning with triples (one by 3B Rodolfo Raine and the other by SS Red Petitt), and in both cases, they used grounders to get those runs home.

This year’s problems, though, jumped up and bit the Bear Claws in the bottom of the 8th.  Rookie Alex Sanchez was clearly reaching the end of the line, allowing a single and a wild pitch.  Last season, Horton wouldn’t have hesitated to go straight to his fabulously deep bullpen.  This year, though, the relief corps isn’t nearly as deep.  Possibly as a result, Horton stuck with Sanchez to face Orlando C Herschel Lesher.  That proved to be a mistake, as Lesher jumped on a full-count fastball and jolted it out to left, tying the game at 5.

“With a kid like Sanchez, you don’t want to just run and yank him at the first sign of trouble,” said Horton.  “You’ve got to give him a chance to battle.  Otherwise, he’ll never learn how to do it.”

Fortunately for Horton, his pen was up to the task after Sanchez departed.  Lefty Olen Abernathy (3-4) worked 1 2/3 perfect innings to push it to extras.

In the 10th, Milwaukee got a couple more flashes of last season’s magic.  In 2015, 1B Felipe Mateo was the unquestioned MVP of the league, making a serious play for the Triple Crown and demolishing pitchers left and right.  This year, he’s merely been very good.  Today, Mateo had already gone 2-for-4 before coming up with Petitt on second.  Calrissians rookie Jason Clawson tried to put a 1-1 slider past Mateo, but the first sacker was ready, catching it cleanly and sending it into the gap.  Petitt raced home with the go-ahead run.

“That was vintage Felipe,” said Horton with his trademark grin.  “Nothing stops that guy in the clutch.”

Finally, closer Oscar Buenaventura turned back the clock to last year’s dominant form, working around a bunt single for a drama-free 19th save.

“Almost forgot what year it was for a second,” said Horton.  It remains to be seen if this game will spark a reversion to their 2015 form, or if it returned for one night only.  Either way, the manager was definitely glad to see his old team back.

 

7/14/2017, MIL16-ORL16, Bespin
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Bear Claws        1  0  2  1  0  0  0  1  0  1     6  8  0     6  0
2016 Calrissians       0  3  0  0  0  0  0  2  0  0     5  6  0     4  1
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  4  2  1  0  .290    Buendia           2b  5  1  2  0  .283
Iddings           2b  4  2  2  4  .272    Bryant            1b  4  0  0  0  .273
Mateo             1b  5  0  3  1  .294    Lesher            c   5  1  1  2  .190
Raine             3b  3  1  1  0  .252    Lebow             lf  2  1  0  0  .298
Stefani           rf  5  0  0  0  .242    Larson            dh  4  1  1  0  .263
McGuigan          c   5  0  0  1  .245    Hernandez         ss  4  0  0  1  .253
Castleberry       lf  4  0  0  0  .253    Law               rf  4  1  1  2  .263
Trumbauer         dh  2  0  0  0  .171    Aceuedo           3b  2  0  1  0  .205
 Busing           ph  0  0  0  0  .292     Crofoot          ph  2  0  0  0  .071
Maxwell           cf  3  1  1  0  .304    Barber            cf  2  0  0  0  .197
                     35  6  8  6           Sleder           ph  2  0  0  0  .313
                                                               36  5  6  5
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Sanchez                          7.1  5  5  5  3  6 105  64  3.52
Abernathy        W 3-4           1.2  0  0  0  0  3  18  13  2.89
Buenaventura     S 19            1.0  1  0  0  0  3  14  10  3.64
                                10.0  6  5  5  3 12 137  87 
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Numb                             8.0  7  5  5  2  6 125  84  2.85
Smith            L 4-9           1.0  0  1  1  2  1  24  13  6.10
Clawson                          1.0  1  0  0  1  0  16   8  6.04
                                10.0  8  6  6  5  7 165 105 
 
MIL: Busing batted for Trumbauer in the 9th
ORL: Crofoot batted for Aceuedo in the 7th
     Sleder batted for Barber in the 7th
     Sleder moved to cf in the 8th
     Crofoot moved to 3b in the 8th
 
2B-Mateo(28), Maxwell(23), Aceuedo(16). 3B-Petitt(3), Raine(1). 
HR-Iddings 2(12), Lesher(17), Law(25). RBI-Iddings 4(49), Mateo(66), 
McGuigan(31), Lesher 2(53), Hernandez(29), Law 2(61). SB-Buendia(23), 
Bryant(17), Larson(2). K-Petitt, Iddings, Mateo, Stefani, McGuigan, 
Castleberry 2, Bryant, Lesher 2, Larson 3, Law 2, Barber, Crofoot 2, Sleder. 
BB-Petitt, Raine, Trumbauer, Maxwell, Busing, Bryant, Lebow 2. SH-Iddings, 
Raine. WP-Sanchez. 
GWRBI: Mateo
Temperature: 91, Sky: partly cloudy, Wind: out to left at 24 MPH.

 

JACKSON HAMMERHEADS 7, SILVER CITY OUTLAWS 6 (11 INNINGS)

In a wild extra-inning affair at Cash Carter Downs, the Jackson Hammerheads mounted a stirring late rally to force extra innings, then survived a back-and-forth battle to claim a 7-6 win over the Silver City Outlaws in 11 innings.

“Some of these games aren’t too good for the ol’ ticker,” said Hammerheads manager Bob Henley.  “I hope we have a nice easy blowout tomorrow so I can relax.”

The game was deadlocked 1-1 through 6 innings, when Jackson starter Tony Harris department.  The Heads’ troubled bullpen promptly blew up again, with lefty Boss Walker allowing a three-run homer to Outlaws SS Danny Taylor in the 7th and C Toby Watson singling in another run in the 8th.

But Jackson rallied to tie the game in the bottom of the 8th.  The game went to extras, and the Heads fell behind again in the 10th when CF Javier Cardona homered off of Woody Flowers.  But 1B John Lassen tied it again by going deep off of Silver City closer Go Matsumoto.  Then in the 11th, C Hng Thomasson’s sac fly finally brought 2B Homer Righter home with the winning run off Outlaws lefty Cliff Humphrey (1-3).

Hammerheads southpaw Rick Sheen (5-3), who worked a scoreless inning in the top of the 11th, received the win.

 

7/14/2017, SCO16-JCK16, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9 10 11     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Outlaws           0  0  0  0  1  0  3  1  0  1  0     6 12  1    13  2
2016 Hammerheads       0  0  0  1  0  0  0  4  0  1  1     7 11  1    12  2
 
Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Ivey              dh  3  0  1  0  .285    Fleitas           3b  5  0  2  1  .266
 Barraza          ph  3  0  2  0  .226    Righter           2b  5  2  2  0  .355
Brewmaker         3b  4  0  1  0  .266    Deason            dh  6  1  1  0  .354
Taylor            ss  5  1  3  4  .294    Arispe            lf  5  1  2  1  .283
Wason             rf  4  0  0  0  .313    Rodriguez         rf  3  0  0  0  .269
Elliott           1b  6  0  0  0  .217     Grant            ph  2  1  0  1  .171
Barkan            2b  4  0  1  0  .252     Walcott          ph  0  0  0  0  .438
Hintz             lf  4  0  0  0  .252    Thomasson         c   3  0  2  2  .276
 Whittier         lf  1  0  0  0  .196    Suarez            cf  5  1  1  1  .288
Cardona           cf  4  4  3  1  .239    Lassen            1b  4  1  1  1  .283
Watson            c   3  1  1  1  .253    Westerberg        ss  3  0  0  0  .279
                     41  6 12  6                               41  7 11  7
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Otto                             7.0  5  4  3  5  7 120  66  2.70
Abbas            H 8             0.1  2  1  1  0  0   9   7  2.38
Menard           H 6             0.1  0  0  0  1  0   7   3  4.55
Matsumoto        BS 2            2.0  2  1  1  1  3  36  21  4.38
Simmons                          0.1  0  0  0  0  0   2   2  4.91
Humphrey         L 1-3           0.2  2  1  1  1  1  22  12  3.00
                                10.2 11  7  6  8 11 196 111 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Harris                           6.0  5  1  1  6  7 112  62  4.59
Sircy                            0.2  1  2  2  1  2  21  13  4.17
Walker                           1.1  3  2  2  2  2  39  22  3.34
Flowers                          2.0  3  1  1  2  4  46  24  6.79
Sheen            W 5-3           1.0  0  0  0  0  0  15  10  4.66
                                11.0 12  6  6 11 15 233 131 
 
SCO: Barraza batted for Ivey in the 7th
     Whittier inserted at lf in the 10th
JCK: Grant batted for Rodriguez in the 8th
     Grant moved to rf in the 9th
     Walcott batted for Grant in the 11th
 
E-Barkan, Westerberg. 2B-Brewmaker(16), Cardona(14), Barraza 2(9), 
Deason(37), Arispe 2(22), Thomasson(4). HR-Taylor(21), Cardona(27), 
Lassen(5). RBI-Taylor 4(56), Cardona(64), Watson(29), Fleitas(45), 
Arispe(49), Thomasson 2(5), Suarez(79), Lassen(34), Grant(3). SB-Taylor(8), 
Cardona 2(9). CS-Ivey, Barkan. K-Ivey, Brewmaker 3, Taylor, Wason, Elliott 4, 
Barkan, Hintz 2, Watson, Barraza, Fleitas, Righter, Deason 3, Arispe, 
Thomasson, Suarez 2, Westerberg 2. BB-Brewmaker 2, Taylor, Wason 2, Barkan 2, 
Hintz, Cardona, Watson 2, Fleitas, Arispe, Thomasson 2, Lassen, Westerberg 2, 
Walcott. SF-Thomasson. HBP-Righter. HB-Otto. 
GWRBI: Thomasson
Temperature: 98, Sky: clear, Wind: out to center at 11 MPH.

 

JACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 4, LAS VEGAS NARWHALS 3

The Jacksonville Dragons fell behind early today, but they managed to come back and snatch a 4-3 decision from the Las Vegas Narwhals.

“I love our resilience,” said Dragons manager Steve Califano.  “With all the bats we’ve got, you can’t count us out of any game.”

Jacksonville starter Jason Burtman (5-2) put his team in a hole when he allowed a three-run homer to Vegas 1B Brooks Defoor in the 2nd inning.  But he kept the Narwhals in check the rest of the way, scattering three hits over the remainder of his 7 innings.

Meanwhile, the Dragons struggled against Vegas ace Jose Oro, who held them to a single hit over the first 5 innings.  But Jacksonville got on the board in the 6th, with 1B Miguel Soria’s sac fly scoring 2B Emerson Taliaferro.  Then in the 7th, DH Sandy Soltero launched a two-run homer to left to tie it up and knock Oro out.  Later in the inning, Taliaferro singled off of reliever Michael Crocker (3-7) to drive in the winning run.

Dragons lefty Lance Newman no-hit the Narwhals over the last 2 innings to pick up his fourth save.

 

7/14/2017, LVN16-JAX16, Tesla Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Narwhals          0  3  0  0  0  0  0  0  0     3  6  1     4  0
2016 Dragons           0  0  0  0  0  1  3  0  x     4  6  1     5  1
 
Narwhals             AB  R  H BI   AVG    Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Carquinez         cf  4  0  1  0  .257    Taliaferro        2b  4  1  2  1  .329
Mealey            lf  4  0  0  0  .273    Kapoor            3b  4  0  0  0  .325
Popejoy           2b  4  0  0  0  .240    Hartley           lf  3  0  0  0  .282
Zocken            dh  4  1  2  0  .246    Soria             1b  2  0  1  1  .319
Suzuki            3b  3  0  1  0  .232    Hopps             rf  4  0  0  0  .283
Winne             rf  2  1  1  0  .279    Leon              cf  4  1  1  0  .252
 McEwan           ph  1  0  0  0  .176    Soltero           dh  3  1  1  2  .294
Defoor            1b  4  1  1  3  .274    Teachout          c   3  1  1  0  .244
Regner            c   2  0  0  0  .245    Herdt             ss  3  0  0  0  .247
 Johnson          c   1  0  0  0  .260     Burt             ss  0  0  0  0  .444
Birmingham        ss  3  0  0  0  .180                         30  4  6  4
                     32  3  6  3
 
Narwhals                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Oro                              6.0  4  3  2  2  3  81  52  4.04
Crocker          L 3-7           2.0  2  1  1  0  2  27  18  5.02
                                 8.0  6  4  3  2  5 108  70 
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Burtman          W 5-2           7.0  6  3  3  1  2  84  59  5.19
Newman           S 4             2.0  0  0  0  0  2  22  15  2.70
                                 9.0  6  3  3  1  4 106  74 
 
LVN: Johnson inserted at c in the 4th
     McEwan batted for Winne in the 9th
JAX: Burt inserted at ss in the 8th
 
E-Suzuki, Taliaferro. 2B-Suzuki(10), Winne(12), Teachout(15). HR-Defoor(21), 
Soltero(15). RBI-Defoor 3(51), Taliaferro(43), Soria(66), Soltero 2(38). 
SB-Taliaferro(20), Hartley(3), Soria(2). K-Defoor 2, Johnson, McEwan, 
Taliaferro, Kapoor, Leon 2, Herdt. BB-Suzuki, Hartley, Soria. SH-Winne. 
SF-Soria. 
GWRBI: Taliaferro
Winston Regner was injured for this game only
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

CAROLINA COMETS 3, KALAMAZOO KAZOOS 2

Carolina Comets lefty Randy Flats lived up to his ace potential today, firing a complete-game seven-hitter and stifling the Kalamazoo Kazoos, 3-2.

Flats (4-9) has struggled with inconsistency throughout the season, but today he was on his game.  He baffled Kalamazoo’s hitters with his “bat dodger,” piling up nine strikeouts.  Kazoos 3B Arnoldo Nabors’ 5th-inning solo shot was one of the few hard-hit balls Flats allowed.

Kalamazoo starter Jeremy Schedel (1-6) battled Flats through much of the game, but was victimized by hard contact.  Comets LF Stargell Jackson touched him for an RBI double in the 3rd and a solo homer in the 5th, both times erasing brief Kazoos leads.  But it was DH Teddy Olivas’ RBI double in the 7th that brought home the winning run.

 

7/14/2017, KAL16-CAR16, Catawba Century Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Kazoos            0  0  1  0  1  0  0  0  0     2  7  0     6  2
2016 Comets            0  0  1  0  1  0  1  0  x     3  9  0     6  0
 
Kazoos               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Comets               AB  R  H BI   AVG
Shorts            ss  4  1  1  0  .274    Jackson           lf  4  1  3  2  .271
McAllister        dh  4  0  2  0  .289    Gaytan            2b  3  0  0  0  .281
Mash              cf  4  0  1  1  .266     Cipolla          ph  1  0  0  0  .200
Taylor            lf  3  0  0  0  .252     Koskela          2b  0  0  0  0  .286
Mallonee          rf  4  0  1  0  .189    Shives            1b  3  0  1  0  .256
McCormack         c   4  0  0  0  .228    Jones             cf  4  0  1  0  .227
Puffer            2b  4  0  1  0  .214    Vise              rf  3  0  0  0  .219
Mack              1b  3  0  0  0  .241    Barnes            ss  4  0  1  0  .216
 Gomez            ph  1  0  0  0  .167    Mote              3b  3  1  1  0  .211
Nabors            3b  3  1  1  1  .266    Carpenter         c   3  1  1  0  .229
                     34  2  7  2          Olivas            dh  3  0  1  1  .154
                                                               31  3  9  3
 
Kazoos                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Schedel          L 1-6           7.1  9  3  3  1  7 123  73  5.72
Hawkins                          0.2  0  0  0  1  0   8   2  4.67
                                 8.0  9  3  3  2  7 131  75 
 
Comets                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Flats            W 4-9           9.0  7  2  2  1  9 129  88  5.81
                                 9.0  7  2  2  1  9 129  88 
 
KAL: Gomez batted for Mack in the 9th
CAR: Cipolla batted for Gaytan in the 7th
     Koskela inserted at 2b in the 8th
 
2B-Jackson(20), Shives(16), Jones(11), Mote(11), Carpenter(6), Olivas(4). 
HR-Nabors(15), Jackson(10). RBI-Mash(58), Nabors(38), Jackson 2(36), 
Olivas(23). SB-Shorts(6). K-Shorts, McAllister 2, Mash, Taylor, Mallonee, 
McCormack, Puffer 2, Gaytan, Jones, Vise, Barnes, Mote 2, Olivas. BB-Taylor, 
Shives, Vise. 
GWRBI: Olivas
Temperature: 81, Sky: clear, Wind: out to right at 15 MPH.

 

CALIFORNIA SHARKS 8, KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 1

For the first time in over a month, the Knoxville Smokies have lost back-to-back games.  Kevin Conner fired a five-hitter, and the California Sharks pounded the Smokies 8-1.

“If this is a Patriot Series preview, I look forward to seeing the whole movie,” laughed Sharks manager Eduardo Aponte.

Conner (12-1) had one mildly rough inning, the 4th, in which he allowed three hits – one a triple by RF Jackson Campo – and a run.  Apart from that, the young righty was able to overpower the Smokies, striking out 11 in 8 innings of work.

California broke the game open in the 5th, scoring six runs and chasing Knoxville starter Scott Green (11-3).  For the second day in a row, 3B Johnie Oller provided the big blow, a three-run homer that sent Green to the showers.  DH Eddie Nix also went deep for the Sharks.

 

7/14/2017, CAL16-KNX16, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Sharks            0  2  0  0  6  0  0  0  0     8 13  0     7  0
2016 Smokies           0  0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0     1  5  0     5  0
 
Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Corona            rf  5  0  1  0  .288    Johnson           lf  4  0  1  0  .336
Smyth             ss  5  1  2  0  .327    Campo             2b  4  0  0  0  .289
Canales           cf  5  0  0  0  .241    Campo             rf  4  1  2  0  .306
Mader             lf  5  1  1  1  .370    Moriarty          ss  4  0  1  1  .280
Nix               dh  5  2  2  1  .372    Credle            c   4  0  1  0  .270
Lockley           c   5  1  1  1  .294    Battin            1b  4  0  0  0  .290
Gerke             1b  4  2  3  1  .253    Blair             cf  3  0  0  0  .265
Oller             3b  3  1  1  3  .286    Valentim          dh  2  0  0  0  .282
Strachan          2b  3  0  2  1  .296     Terlizzi         ph  1  0  0  0  .500
                     40  8 13  8          Figeroa           3b  2  0  0  0  .232
                                                               32  1  5  1
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Conner           W 12-1          8.0  5  1  1  1 11 115  78  2.57
Lopez                            1.0  0  0  0  0  1  11   8  6.58
                                 9.0  5  1  1  1 12 126  86 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Green            L 11-3          4.2 12  8  8  0  4 101  69  2.82
Tomblin                          2.1  1  0  0  2  4  44  26  5.55
Tile                             2.0  0  0  0  0  2  16  14  5.30
                                 9.0 13  8  8  2 10 161 109 
 
KNX: Terlizzi batted for Valentim in the 7th
 
2B-Smyth(30), Gerke 2(11). 3B-Campo(2). HR-Nix(18), Oller(28). RBI-Mader(64), 
Nix(60), Lockley(43), Gerke(38), Oller 3(72), Strachan(34), Moriarty(61). 
SB-Smyth(11), Moriarty(2), Figeroa(7). K-Smyth 2, Canales 2, Mader, 
Lockley 3, Gerke, Oller, Campo 2, Campo 2, Moriarty 2, Credle 2, Battin, 
Blair 2, Figeroa. BB-Oller, Strachan, Figeroa. 
GWRBI: Nix
Adam Valentim was injured for this game and 4 more days
Temperature: 89, Sky: clear, Wind: out to left at 14 MPH.

 

NEW ORLEANS SAZERACS 5, SALT LAKE SAMURAI 2

The New Orleans Sazeracs put a voodoo curse on the Salt Lake Samurai today, getting strong outings from a pair of struggling pitchers and using a balanced offensive attack to claim a 5-2 win.

Sazeracs righty Phil O’Quinn (4-10) rediscovered his early-season form for a night, working 8 strong inning and limiting the Samurai to only seven hits.  The one Salt Lake hitter that gave him trouble was RF Romeo Martinez, who roped a double and a homer against him.  Righty Bradley Slinger, who has largely been relegated to mopup duty, struck out two in a perfect 9th to collect his first save of the season.

Samurai right-hander Lucas Henderson (4-10) lasted only 5 2/3 innings before the Sazeracs wore him down with a steady stream of hits.  Henderson was not helped by C Gilbert Godinez’s inability to stop the running game; New Orleans stole five bases against him.

“On the bright side, at least it didn’t rain today,” said Samurai manager Johnny Dugan.  Yesterday’s game was delayed twice by thunderstorms.

 

7/14/2017, SLC16-NOS16, Abita Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Samurai           0  0  1  0  0  0  1  0  0     2  7  0     5  0
2016 Sazeracs          1  0  0  1  0  2  0  1  x     5 11  0    10  1
 
Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Sazeracs             AB  R  H BI   AVG
Slover            cf  4  1  1  0  .369    Sisco             lf  5  1  2  1  .271
Motonari          ss  4  0  2  1  .264    Angel             ss  4  0  2  1  .250
Sparks            lf  3  0  1  0  .308    Bishop            cf  4  1  2  2  .298
Thomas            dh  4  0  0  0  .197    Mount             2b  4  0  1  0  .260
Martinez          rf  4  1  2  1  .248    Williams          rf  3  0  1  1  .280
Parillo           1b  4  0  0  0  .228    Jaramillo         dh  4  0  0  0  .227
Godinez           c   4  0  0  0  .154    Carlo             c   4  1  1  0  .246
Wines             3b  3  0  0  0  .259    Dyer              3b  4  0  0  0  .192
Montalvo          2b  2  0  0  0  .250    Lennon            1b  2  2  2  0  .257
 Norden           ph  1  0  1  0  .391                         34  5 11  5
 Davidson         2b  0  0  0  0  .208
                     33  2  7  2
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Henderson        L 4-10          5.2  8  4  4  5  2 114  64  6.13
Cruzado                          0.1  1  0  0  0  0   4   2  4.83
Gamble                           1.0  0  0  0  0  1  11   8  4.76
Crusoe                           1.0  2  1  1  0  2  15  11  3.96
                                 8.0 11  5  5  5  5 144  85 
 
Sazeracs                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
O'Quinn          W 4-10          8.0  7  2  2  1  4 100  68  5.27
Slinger          S 1             1.0  0  0  0  0  2  15  11  7.16
                                 9.0  7  2  2  1  6 115  79 
 
SLC: Norden batted for Montalvo in the 8th
     Davidson inserted at 2b in the 8th
 
2B-Martinez(25). HR-Martinez(19). RBI-Motonari(49), Martinez(56), Sisco(33), 
Angel(41), Bishop 2(34), Williams(28). SB-Slover(35), Sisco(29), Angel(15), 
Williams 2(11), Lennon(5). CS-Bishop. K-Martinez 2, Parillo 2, Godinez 2, 
Bishop, Williams, Jaramillo, Carlo, Dyer. BB-Sparks, Angel, Bishop, Williams, 
Lennon 2. 
GWRBI: Sisco
Temperature: 75, Sky: clear, Wind: in from left at 7 MPH.

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