PBL Scores, 8/24/16

A lot of big innings and high-scoring games today.  If you love offense, you’ve got to check these game out!

CAROLINA COMETS 12, JACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 7

“I don’t even have words to describe it,” said Jacksonville Dragons manager Steve Califano.

He was referring to the 9th inning of today’s game, in which the Dragons entered with a 7-4 lead over the last-place Carolina Comets and came away with a 12-7 loss after a total meltdown on the part of some of their best relievers.

The statistics on Carolina’ eight-run 9th are staggering and sobering.  The Comets are one of the league’s lowest-scoring teams (only fellow expansion teams Las Vegas and New Orleans are worse); it’s a rare occasion when they score eight runs in a game, let alone an inning.  More incredible, the Comets managed to score all those runs on only two hits; their big inning was almost entirely on the shoulders of Dragons relievers Razor Corridon and Lance Newman.

“That’s what kills me about this one,” said Corridon (5-6), who took the loss.  “If you make your best pitch and they hit it out and beat you, you tip your cap.  That’s baseball.  But I handed them the damn game on a silver platter.  They didn’t have to do [expletive].  I basically wrapped the game up, slapped a big fat bow on it, and gave it to ‘em.”

Coming into the 9th, there was no sign that things were about to get so strange.  Ace Biggs McGee had turned in a solid start, allowing four runs over 8 innings, and seemed to be in line for his 16th victory.  Tesla Field was rocking, as the fans anticipated a quick end and a needed win that would allow the Dragons to keep pace with their competitors in the East.  They had total trust in Corridon, who along with Newman and lefty Blueberry Jackson has formed a highly reliable back-end trio for Jacksonville this season.

But something was amiss with Corridon.  Last season, the right-hander was plagued by bouts of wildness that caused him to be booted out of the closer role.  This season, he’s largely fixed his control issues… but not on this night.

He opened the inning by walking Comets SS Lucky Barnes on five pitches.  He then got ahead of 3B Karl Mote 1-2, but then bounced two sliders and fired a wild fastball outside to walk him.  He then gave another free pass to C Marlon Jeffreys on five pitches.

Corridon walked around the mound to gather himself, and it seemed to work, and he quickly worked an 0-2 count on DH Lee Cosgrove.  But he tried to finish him with a slider that didn’t break as much as expected, and Cosgrove hit a frozen rope to right center.  Barnes and Mote scored to make it 7-6.

“That was the pivot to the whole inning,” said Corridon.  “If I’d been able to get [Cosgrove], I could have worked out of it.”

Instead, he walked LF Stargell Jackson on four pitches, none of them close.  Califano yanked his right-hander and brought in Newman in a desperate attempt to save the game.

On his first pitch to Carolina 2B Danny Kurland, Newman got a gift: a tapper right back at the mound.  All Newman needed to do was get the ball and throw it home, possibly starting a double play that would leave Jacksonville one out from escaping.

But Newman seemed to panic, looking up at Jeffreys as the Comets catcher raced home, and bobbled the ball.  By the time he picked it up, it was too late.  He made a move to throw home, then looked to first, but didn’t throw to either base.  Tie game, still nobody out.

“I don’t understand what happened there,” said Newman.  “The play was in front of me the whole time.  But I just – took my eye off the ball or something, and that was it.”

A rattled Newman proceeded to walk 1B Pete Shives on five pitches to force in the go-ahead run.  He got to 2-2 on CF Joe Jones, but his inside fastball broke back toward the plate, and Jones muscled it out to left center for a grand slam.  By this time, the crowd had gone from raucous cheers to numb silence to furious boos.

After the Dragons went quietly in the bottom of the 9th to end the game, Califano focused on looking past the shocking loss.  “That was a total freak of a game,” said Califano.  “But you’ve got to stick it down the memory hole and forget it, move on to the next one.”

But will the Dragons be able to forget this game that easily?  The fate of their season might depend on it.

 

8/24/2017, CAR16-JAX16, Tesla Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Comets            2  0  0  0  0  1  0  1  8    12 10  1     4  1
2016 Dragons           3  1  2  0  0  0  1  0  0     7 12  1     8  2
 
Comets               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Jackson           lf  4  1  1  0  .260    Taliaferro        2b  4  1  2  0  .298
Kurland           2b  3  1  0  1  .221    Kapoor            3b  5  1  1  1  .332
Shives            1b  4  4  2  2  .273    Hartley           lf  5  2  2  2  .297
Jones             cf  5  2  3  6  .259    Soria             1b  5  1  1  0  .302
Vise              rf  5  0  1  1  .250    Hopps             rf  4  1  1  3  .272
Barnes            ss  3  1  0  0  .216    Leon              cf  3  0  2  0  .267
Mote              3b  4  1  1  0  .237    Soltero           dh  4  0  2  0  .282
Carpenter         c   2  0  0  0  .232    Teachout          c   4  1  1  1  .234
 Jeffreys         ph  1  1  0  0  .130    Herdt             ss  4  0  0  0  .264
Cosgrove          dh  4  1  2  2  .218     Burt             ss  0  0  0  0  .421
                     35 12 10 12                               38  7 12  7
 
Comets                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Perkins                          2.1  7  6  6  0  0  53  41  5.69
Richards                         2.2  2  0  0  1  1  38  25  5.45
French                           1.0  0  0  0  0  1   6   6  6.23
Pellegrin        W 2-6           2.0  3  1  1  1  0  37  23  7.18
Chamis                           1.0  0  0  0  0  0  10   5  5.49
                                 9.0 12  7  7  2  2 144 100 
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McGee                            8.0  8  4  4  2  5 127  81  4.36
Corridon         L 6-5           0.0  1  5  5  4  0  23   7  3.23
Newman           BS 3            1.0  1  3  2  2  1  25  11  2.35
                                 9.0 10 12 11  8  6 175  99 
 
CAR: Jeffreys batted for Carpenter in the 7th
     Jeffreys moved to c in the 7th
JAX: Burt inserted at ss in the 9th
 
E-Mote, Newman. 2B-Cosgrove(13), Kapoor(40), Hartley(43), Soria(31), 
Leon(22). 3B-Shives(3). HR-Shives(36), Jones 2(30), Hartley(38), Hopps(36), 
Teachout(17). RBI-Kurland(6), Shives 2(84), Jones 6(80), Vise(61), 
Cosgrove 2(33), Kapoor(91), Hartley 2(124), Hopps 3(93), Teachout(48). 
SB-Taliaferro(31). CS-Jackson. K-Kurland, Vise 2, Barnes, Cosgrove 2, 
Herdt 2. BB-Jackson, Kurland 2, Shives, Barnes 2, Mote, Jeffreys, Leon 2. 
SF-Hopps. HBP-Taliaferro. HB-Richards. WP-Pellegrin. 
GWRBI: Shives
Temperature: 76, Sky: clear, Wind: in from left at 12 MPH.

 

SILVER CITY OUTLAWS 5, MILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 4

The weather helped out the home team at The Corral today, as Milwaukee Bear Claws starter Benicio Torrenueva exited early after a rain delay and the Silver City Outlaws rallied late to steal a 5-4 win.

“We’ve learned to master the elements out here,” said Outlaws manager John Jarha.  “You’ve got to in a place like this.”

The Bear Claws hung four runs on Outlaws starter Cloyce “Hoss” Benson in the 1st inning, and appeared poised for an easy win.  But the heavens opened up at the end of the 2nd inning, delaying the game for almost an hour and a half.  Torrenueva, who had been dominating Silver City to that point, felt his arm stiffen up during the delay and couldn’t continue afterward.

A procession of Milwaukee relievers helped keep the Outlaws off the scoreboard afterward, but lefty Stu Juens coughed up three runs in the bottom of the 7th.  Then Silver City DH Brant “Poison” Ivey hit a walk-off two-run single in the 9th against Bear Claws closer Oscar Buenaventura (4-3).

Meanwhile, Benson managed to outlast the rain delay and make it through 6 innings without yielding any more runs.  Reliever Jon Spradlin (2-0) followed with 3 shutout innings and picked up the win.

 

8/24/2017, MIL16-SCO16, The Corral
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Bear Claws        4  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0     4  8  0    10  0
2016 Outlaws           0  0  0  0  0  0  3  0  2     5  7  0     6  0
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  5  1  1  0  .306    Ivey              dh  4  0  1  2  .266
Iddings           2b  4  0  0  0  .277    Brewmaker         3b  4  0  2  0  .253
Mateo             1b  5  1  3  1  .287    Taylor            ss  4  0  1  0  .281
Stefani           rf  2  1  0  0  .243    Wason             rf  4  0  0  0  .299
Raine             dh  4  0  1  0  .259    Elliott           1b  3  1  0  0  .240
Castleberry       lf  4  1  1  2  .265    Cardona           cf  3  1  0  0  .238
Perry             3b  3  0  2  1  .217    Whittier          lf  4  2  2  1  .214
Maxwell           cf  4  0  0  0  .287    Barkan            2b  3  1  1  1  .257
Champney          c   4  0  0  0  .143    Barraza           c   4  0  0  1  .249
                     35  4  8  4                               33  5  7  5
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Torrenueva                       2.0  1  0  0  0  2  33  20  3.81
Almon                            2.0  0  0  0  0  0  28  17  4.08
Kimbell          H 1             1.2  0  0  0  1  2  26  16  5.31
Juens            H 1             0.2  3  3  3  2  1  28  16  7.67
Bond             H 1             0.2  0  0  0  0  0   3   3  7.00
Buenaventura     BS 9, L 4-3     1.2  3  2  2  1  4  36  25  3.45
                                 8.2  7  5  5  4  9 154  97 
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Benson                           6.0  6  4  4  2  5 103  67  4.77
Spradlin         W 2-0           3.0  2  0  0  2  1  50  29  5.81
                                 9.0  8  4  4  4  6 153  96 
 
2B-Mateo 2(35), Raine(36). 3B-Castleberry(3). RBI-Mateo(99), 
Castleberry 2(69), Perry(53), Ivey 2(48), Whittier(12), Barkan(39), 
Barraza(34). SB-Petitt(28), Whittier 2(6), Barkan 2(22). K-Petitt 2, Iddings, 
Stefani, Castleberry, Maxwell, Taylor, Wason 2, Elliott, Cardona 2, Barkan, 
Barraza 2. BB-Iddings, Stefani, Raine, Perry, Ivey, Elliott, Cardona, Barkan. 
HBP-Stefani 2. HB-Benson, Spradlin. 
GWRBI: Ivey
Benicio Torrenueva was removed after a rain delay
Temperature: 96, Field: wet, Sky: threatening, Wind: none, Rain Delays: 85
 minutes.

 

JACKSON HAMMERHEADS 12, ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 9

Offense was the order of the day at Cash Carter Downs, as the Jackson Hammerheads seized control of today’s game with a couple big innings, then watched their bullpen struggle but survive for a 12-9 win over the Orlando Calrissians.

“Hoo boy,” said Hammerheads manager Bob Henley.  “That’s all I got to say about this game.”

The Hammerheads broke a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the 6th by exploding for five runs against Orlando reliever Ian Grazier (2-1), with LF Erin Arispe’s bases-clearing double being the biggest blow.  They piled on three more runs in the 7th, highlighted by C Clarence Doyle’s two-run bomb off of Erik Geis.

Jackson starter Willie Lebron (11-6) checked out at that point with a 12-4 lead and victory seemingly assured.  But the Calrissians didn’t go away quietly.  They scored a pair of runs in the 8th against reliever Butch Turnbull.  Then in the 9th, with Orlando down to their last out, LF Ryan Lebow belted a three-run homer to right off of lefty Boss Walker.  Fortunately for the Heads, closer Bobby Boniface was able to come on and get the final out.

 

8/24/2017, ORL16-JCK16, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Calrissians       0  0  1  0  0  3  0  2  3     9 13  0     6  0
2016 Hammerheads       2  1  0  0  1  5  3  0  x    12 13  0     8  0
 
Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Buendia           2b  4  1  2  0  .281    Fleitas           3b  2  1  0  0  .264
Bryant            1b  4  1  1  0  .273    Righter           2b  4  2  2  0  .363
Lesher            c   5  2  1  1  .206    Deason            dh  5  3  3  3  .329
Lebow             lf  4  2  3  4  .295    Doyle             c   4  2  3  3  .320
Larson            dh  4  1  1  1  .268    Suarez            cf  2  1  0  0  .269
 Sleder           ph  1  0  1  0  .312    Rodriguez         rf  4  1  1  2  .272
Hernandez         ss  4  0  1  1  .247    Arispe            lf  4  1  2  4  .281
 Maben            ph  1  0  0  0  .396    Lassen            1b  4  0  0  0  .304
Law               rf  4  1  2  2  .275    Westerberg        ss  3  1  2  0  .280
Crofoot           3b  4  0  0  0  .187                         32 12 13 12
Barber            cf  2  0  0  0  .199
 Matter           ph  1  0  0  0  .000
 Hartl            cf  1  1  1  0  .200
                     39  9 13  9
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Jones                            4.2  5  4  4  6  0 113  57  5.88
Grazier          L 2-1           1.0  3  5  5  1  0  23  15  7.01
Clawson                          1.0  4  2  2  0  1  24  15  5.82
Geis                             1.1  1  1  1  0  1  12   9  3.15
                                 8.0 13 12 12  7  2 172  96 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Lebron           W 11-6          7.0  7  4  4  2  8 122  80  5.08
Turnbull                         1.1  4  4  4  1  2  46  30  6.91
Walker                           0.1  1  1  1  0  0   7   4  4.17
Boniface                         0.1  1  0  0  0  1   8   6  3.69
                                 9.0 13  9  9  3 11 183 120 
 
ORL: Matter batted for Barber in the 7th
     Hartl inserted at cf in the 7th
     Sleder batted for Larson in the 9th
     Maben batted for Hernandez in the 9th
 
2B-Lebow 2(17), Larson(20), Doyle(32), Arispe(30). HR-Lebow(39), Law(35), 
Doyle(13), Arispe(25). RBI-Lesher(81), Lebow 4(86), Larson(101), 
Hernandez(42), Law 2(94), Deason 3(87), Doyle 3(83), Rodriguez 2(92), 
Arispe 4(80). SB-Fleitas(24), Righter 2(41), Suarez(34). CS-Lebow, 
Westerberg. K-Buendia, Bryant, Lesher 2, Hernandez 2, Law 2, Crofoot 2, 
Maben, Fleitas, Lassen. BB-Buendia, Bryant, Lebow, Fleitas, Righter, Doyle, 
Suarez, Arispe, Lassen, Westerberg. SH-Fleitas 2. SF-Rodriguez. HBP-Suarez 2. 
HB-Jones, Grazier. WP-Grazier. 
GWRBI: Deason
Temperature: 89, Sky: partly cloudy, Wind: right to left at 9 MPH.

 

CALIFORNIA SHARKS 4, SALT LAKE SAMURAI 0

Stu Palmeiro bounced back well from his last outing, going the distance and silencing the Salt Lake Samurai in a 4-0 win.

Palmeiro (14-6) didn’t make it out of the 5th against Las Vegas in his last start, but today he was fantastic.  He limited the Samurai to four hits, all singles, and struck out seven.  The southpaw was a master of efficiency, needing only 96 pitches to complete the shutout; he faced only one batter over the minimum, as the Sharks turned two double plays behind him and C Thaddeus Lockley gunned down a runner attempting to steal.  And after every inning, Palmeiro walked off the field pounding his chest and shouting Tarzan-style.

“Stuart is a strange man, but he is an extremely effective pitcher,” said Sharks manager Eduardo Aponte of his quirky left-hander.

Salt Lake starter Jonathan Fernandez (5-16) went 8 innings in a losing effort, allowing 10 hits and striking out six.  California RF Jessie Corona led off the game with a homer, giving the Sharks a lead they wouldn’t relinquish.

 

8/24/2017, SLC16-CAL16, Blue Note Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Samurai           0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0     0  4  0     1  2
2016 Sharks            1  0  1  2  0  0  0  0  x     4 10  0     5  2
 
Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG
Slover            cf  4  0  1  0  .354    Corona            rf  3  1  2  2  .304
Motonari          ss  3  0  0  0  .268    Smyth             ss  4  0  1  0  .318
Sparks            lf  3  0  0  0  .308    Canales           cf  3  1  0  0  .256
Thomas            dh  3  0  0  0  .207    Mader             lf  4  0  1  1  .351
Martinez          rf  3  0  0  0  .242    Nix               dh  4  0  2  0  .371
Parillo           1b  3  0  1  0  .225    Lockley           c   4  1  2  0  .267
Godinez           c   3  0  1  0  .155    Oller             3b  3  1  1  0  .267
Wines             3b  2  0  0  0  .253    Ortiz             1b  1  0  0  1  .358
 Davidson         ph  1  0  1  0  .215    Strachan          2b  3  0  1  0  .289
Stark             2b  3  0  0  0  .264                         29  4 10  4
                     28  0  4  0
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Fernandez        L 5-16          8.0 10  4  4  2  6 120  79  7.32
                                 8.0 10  4  4  2  6 120  79 
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Palmeiro         W 14-6          9.0  4  0  0  0  7  96  67  3.61
                                 9.0  4  0  0  0  7  96  67 
 
SLC: Davidson batted for Wines in the 9th
 
2B-Nix(52), Lockley(25), Strachan(24). HR-Corona(20). RBI-Corona 2(79), 
Mader(87), Ortiz(22). CS-Slover, Smyth. K-Slover, Sparks, Thomas 2, Martinez, 
Stark 2, Corona, Smyth, Canales 2, Nix, Lockley. BB-Canales, Ortiz. 
SF-Corona, Ortiz. 
GWRBI: Corona
Temperature: 55, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 6 MPH.

 

KALAMAZOO KAZOOS 15, LAS VEGAS NARWHALS 7

The Kalamazoo Kazoos scored early and often today, bulldozing the Las Vegas Narwhals in a 15-7 win at MGM Jackpot.

The Kazoos got off to a quick start in this game, scoring six runs in the 1st inning and chasing Vegas starter Juan Carlos Lopez (4-7) after he recorded only one out.  3B Arnoldo Nabors got hold of a 1-2 pitch and drove it out down the right-field line for a three-run homer.  LF Willis Parker followed with a solo shot that sent Lopez to the showers.

In spite of the large lead he was handed, Kazoos starter Ty Shive failed to make it out of the 5th inning.  By the end of that inning, Kalamazoo’s lead had been cut to 10-7, too close for comfort.  But reliever Jeremy Schedel (4-6) set the Narwhals down in order in the 6th, and Steve DiPietro followed with 3 scoreless innings to earn his first save as the Kazoos pulled away.

 

8/24/2017, KAL16-LVN16, MGM Jackpot
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Kazoos            6  1  0  2  1  2  0  1  2    15 22  0     7  0
2016 Narwhals          0  0  0  4  3  0  0  0  0     7 10  2     7  3
 
Kazoos               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Narwhals             AB  R  H BI   AVG
Cross             2b  6  3  3  1  .249    Carquinez         cf  5  1  2  1  .260
McAllister        dh  6  1  1  0  .286    Mealey            lf  5  0  2  2  .266
Mash              cf  6  5  6  2  .291    Popejoy           ss  4  0  0  0  .246
Shorts            ss  5  2  4  3  .272     Whitworth        ph  1  0  0  0  .314
Taylor            rf  5  0  2  2  .268    Zocken            dh  4  1  0  0  .261
Nabors            3b  5  1  1  3  .254    Suzuki            3b  5  0  0  0  .253
Parker            lf  5  2  2  2  .243    Winne             rf  4  1  2  1  .275
Mack              1b  5  1  1  0  .252    Defoor            1b  4  2  2  2  .263
McCormack         c   4  0  2  0  .251    Regner            c   2  2  1  0  .243
                     47 15 22 13          Green             2b  3  0  1  1  .201
                                                               37  7 10  7
 
Kazoos                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Shive                            4.2  8  6  6  3  3 105  68  3.88
Goreman                          0.1  2  1  1  0  0   9   5  3.87
Schedel          W 4-6           1.0  0  0  0  0  1   9   7  6.31
DiPietro         S 1             3.0  0  0  0  1  1  36  22  3.48
                                 9.0 10  7  7  4  5 159 102 
 
Narwhals                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Lopez            L 4-7           0.1  6  6  6  0  1  33  20  5.68
Huerta                           4.0  6  4  4  2  1  55  30  6.39
Weaver                           0.2  1  0  0  0  0  13   8  5.67
Karnik                           2.0  4  2  1  0  0  20  19  6.44
Lighty                           2.0  5  3  3  0  2  39  27  6.63
                                 9.0 22 15 14  2  4 160 104 
 
LVN: Whitworth batted for Popejoy in the 9th
 
E-Regner, Karnik. 2B-Cross(18), Mash 3(40), Shorts 2(33), Mealey(27). 
3B-Mash(11), Mack(6), Regner(9). HR-Nabors(20), Parker 2(21), Winne(4), 
Defoor(29). RBI-Cross(29), Mash 2(84), Shorts 3(45), Taylor 2(63), 
Nabors 3(60), Parker 2(55), Carquinez(49), Mealey 2(54), Winne(40), 
Defoor 2(72), Green(24). K-McAllister, Shorts, Taylor 2, Mealey 2, Zocken, 
Green 2. BB-Shorts, McCormack, Zocken, Regner 2, Green. 
Temperature: 70, Wind: none.

 

KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 13, NEW ORLEANS SAZERACS 4

The Knoxville Smokies wasted no time putting today’s game out of reach, putting up eight runs in the 1st inning and cruising to a 13-4 pummeling of the New Orleans Sazeracs.

“Looks like the boys got the message,” said Smokies manager Snuff Wallace.  “They made damn sure they had this one in the bag.”

The Smokies strafed Sazeracs starter Nate McGowan (7-13), who failed to make it out of the opening frame.  They sent 12 men to the plate and banged out six singles, a double, a triple, and a walk.  They did not hit any home runs in the inning, although they did go deep three times later.  2B Domingo Arias and LF Track Johnson hit back-to-back jacks in the 3rd, and DH Adam Valentim went yard in the 8th.

Staked to a huge lead, Knoxville ace Elicio Santana (18-5) breezed through 7 innings, scattering six hits and striking out nine.

 

8/24/2017, NOS16-KNX16, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Sazeracs          1  0  1  0  1  0  0  0  1     4  9  0     6  0
2016 Smokies           8  0  2  1  1  0  0  1  x    13 19  1     8  1
 
Sazeracs             AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Sisco             lf  4  1  1  1  .274    Johnson           lf  5  3  5  2  .350
Angel             ss  4  0  1  1  .262    Credle            c   5  1  2  2  .270
Canez             1b  3  1  1  1  .220    Battin            1b  5  1  1  1  .256
Mount             2b  4  0  1  0  .286    Campo             rf  4  1  1  0  .309
Bishop            cf  4  0  2  0  .279    Moriarty          ss  5  2  4  2  .273
Jaramillo         dh  4  0  0  0  .221    Figeroa           3b  5  1  2  1  .223
Thomasson         c   4  1  1  0  .230    Valentim          dh  3  2  1  2  .286
Williams          rf  2  1  0  0  .273    Blair             cf  4  0  0  0  .261
 Lennon           ph  1  0  0  0  .242     Vernon           ph  1  0  1  0  .244
Dyer              3b  3  0  2  0  .231    Arias             2b  5  2  2  3  .263
 Behrens          ph  1  0  0  1  .273                         42 13 19 13
                     34  4  9  4
 
Sazeracs                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McGowan          L 7-13          0.2  7  8  8  1  0  37  22  4.92
Foster                           2.0  5  2  2  0  5  52  32  4.75
Slinger                          5.0  7  3  3  1  0  74  51  6.61
Turbeville                       0.1  0  0  0  0  0   5   5  7.88
                                 8.0 19 13 13  2  5 168 110 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Santana          W 18-5          7.0  6  3  3  2  9 120  73  3.21
Provenza                         1.0  2  0  0  0  0  16  11  6.75
Tile                             1.0  1  1  0  0  0  12   8  3.81
                                 9.0  9  4  3  2  9 148  92 
 
NOS: Lennon batted for Williams in the 9th
     Behrens batted for Dyer in the 9th
KNX: Vernon batted for Blair in the 8th
     Vernon moved to cf in the 9th
 
E-Johnson. 2B-Angel(22), Bishop(19), Thomasson(8), Dyer(8), Campo(29), 
Moriarty(27), Figeroa(15). 3B-Credle(4). HR-Canez(10), Johnson(19), 
Valentim(18), Arias(1). RBI-Sisco(50), Angel(52), Canez(30), Behrens(47), 
Johnson 2(82), Credle 2(77), Battin(74), Moriarty 2(79), Figeroa(48), 
Valentim 2(68), Arias 3(4). K-Angel 2, Canez, Mount 2, Bishop, Jaramillo 2, 
Thomasson, Credle, Battin, Campo, Figeroa, Valentim. BB-Canez, Williams, 
Campo, Valentim. SF-Sisco, Valentim. WP-Slinger. 
GWRBI: Moriarty
Temperature: 67, Sky: clear, Wind: right to left at 3 MPH.

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