PBL Scores, 9/16/16

Here we are again, the last dance with the Patriot League for the regular season.  Click on to find out what comes next for everyone…

ORLANDO CALRISSIANS 5, KNOXVILLE SMOKIES 1

The Orlando Calrissians were able to close out the season on a high note, knocking off the Knoxville Smokies 5-1 at Rocky Top Park to finish on a nin-game winning streak.

“The rest of the league’s going to have to take us seriously now,” said Calrissians DH Magnus Larson.  “We’re not a joke anymore.  Next year, we’re going to be a real contender.”

Orlando starter Charles McNally (16-12), a journeyman who was plucked off the scrap heap by the Calrissians last season, showed that there’s still some life in his 37-year-old right arm with a solid season.  Like his team, McNally finished strong, tossing 7 1/3 innings and scattering five hits.  “Everybody was ready to leave me for dead,” said the veteran hurler.  “Looks like they’ll have to call off the funeral.”

Smokies starter Randy Cannon (6-5) struggled in the early innings and took the loss.  He yielded homers to Larson, who finished the year with 51, and to LF Ryan Lebow, who wound up with 44 round-trippers on the season.

“Who gives a [expletive]?” said Knoxville manager Snuff Wallace.  “This game didn’t mean [expletive].  Now we can get on to the games that count.  Prepare to die, Jacksonville!”

The Smokies finish the year with a 15-game cushion in the East, and now prepare to host the second-place Jacksonville Dragons in the divisional round of the playoffs.  The Calrissians now prepare to get in line to ride Splash Mountain.

 

9/16/2017, ORL16-KNX16, Rocky Top Park
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Calrissians       0  3  2  0  0  0  0  0  0     5  8  1     4  0
2016 Smokies           0  0  0  0  0  1  0  0  0     1  6  1     9  1
 
Calrissians          AB  R  H BI   AVG    Smokies              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Buendia           2b  4  0  0  0  .278    Johnson           lf  4  1  1  0  .353
Elias             1b  3  0  0  0  .218    Campo             2b  3  0  1  0  .293
Lesher            c   4  1  1  0  .206    Battin            1b  3  0  0  0  .256
Lebow             lf  4  2  2  2  .290    Campo             rf  3  0  1  1  .301
Larson            dh  4  1  3  2  .274    Moriarty          ss  4  0  1  0  .282
Crofoot           3b  4  1  1  0  .224    Credle            c   4  0  0  0  .269
Hernandez         ss  4  0  1  0  .249    Figeroa           3b  4  0  1  0  .226
Law               rf  4  0  0  0  .273    Valentim          dh  4  0  1  0  .293
Barber            cf  4  0  0  0  .183    Blair             cf  4  0  0  0  .266
                     35  5  8  4                               33  1  6  1
 
Calrissians                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
McNally          W 16-12         7.1  5  1  1  3  5 123  69  4.61
Clawson          H 4             0.2  1  0  0  0  2  10   7  6.45
Quesara                          1.0  0  0  0  0  2  12   8  3.22
                                 9.0  6  1  1  3  9 145  84 
 
Smokies                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Cannon           L 6-5           6.0  7  5  4  1  4 105  66  4.36
Tile                             3.0  1  0  0  0  3  35  27  3.40
                                 9.0  8  5  4  1  7 140  93 
 
E-Elias, Figeroa. 2B-Lesher(19), Lebow(22), Larson(23). HR-Lebow(44), 
Larson(51). RBI-Lebow 2(98), Larson 2(113), Campo(108). K-Buendia, Elias 2, 
Lebow, Crofoot 2, Law, Campo, Moriarty, Credle 2, Figeroa 2, Valentim, 
Blair 2. BB-Elias, Johnson, Campo, Battin. SF-Campo. 
GWRBI: Larson
Temperature: 76, Sky: clear, Wind: in from right at 8 MPH.

 

MILWAUKEE BEAR CLAWS 7, CALIFORNIA SHARKS 3

On the last day of the season last year, the Milwaukee Bear Claws notched a stirring extra-inning win over the California Sharks, going out on a high note as they got ready for the playoffs.  This year, the Bear Claws again beat the Sharks on the season’s final day.  This time around, though, it’s California that won the division title, while Milwaukee will be watching the postseason from the sidelines.

With the victory, the Bear Claws can claim an above-.500 finish at 76-74, which is a big step down from last season’s Patriot League title but an achievement nonetheless.

“It’s been a disappointing year, I ain’t gonna lie,” said Bear Claws manager Poss Horton.  “But at least the boys kept battling all the way to the end.”

Milwaukee starter Alex Sanchez (8-15) closed out a promising rookie campaign with a complete-game four-hitter.  “Alex really showed us something this year,” said Horton.  “His record’s a little rough because we didn’t give him any run support, but I’m looking forward to seeing what the future is for him.”

Sanchez’s opponent, fellow freshman Matt Simpson (12-10), struggled with his control and failed to make it out of the 5th inning.  DH Rodolfo Raine and SS Red Petitt both went deep for the Bear Claws.

The Sharks, who wound up winning the West by 4 games, will now be taking on the Silver City Outlaws in the divisional series.  The Bear Claws will now be headed up to the Northwoods to try to hook some walleyes.

 

9/16/2017, MIL16-CAL16, Blue Note Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Bear Claws        0  0  2  2  0  2  1  0  0     7 12  0    11  1
2016 Sharks            0  2  0  0  0  1  0  0  0     3  4  1     2  0
 
Bear Claws           AB  R  H BI   AVG    Sharks               AB  R  H BI   AVG
Petitt            ss  4  1  1  1  .301    Corona            rf  3  1  1  1  .298
Iddings           2b  3  2  3  2  .285    Smyth             ss  4  0  0  0  .313
Mateo             1b  5  1  1  1  .283    Canales           cf  4  0  0  0  .252
Raine             dh  2  1  1  3  .264    Mader             lf  3  1  2  0  .349
Stefani           rf  5  0  2  0  .245    Nix               dh  4  1  1  2  .376
McGuigan          c   5  0  1  0  .242    Lockley           c   3  0  0  0  .256
Castleberry       lf  5  0  1  0  .272    Gerke             1b  3  0  0  0  .288
Perry             3b  4  1  1  0  .218    Oller             3b  3  0  0  0  .269
Maxwell           cf  3  1  1  0  .287    Strachan          2b  3  0  0  0  .283
                     36  7 12  7                               30  3  4  3
 
Bear Claws                       INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Sanchez          W 8-15          9.0  4  3  3  2  5 110  72  4.27
                                 9.0  4  3  3  2  5 110  72 
 
Sharks                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Simpson          L 12-10         4.2  7  4  4  6  4 100  59  4.69
Constant                         1.1  2  2  1  1  1  30  19  6.43
Grace                            1.0  2  1  1  0  2  23  16  5.19
Arzola                           2.0  1  0  0  0  2  25  17  2.85
                                 9.0 12  7  6  7  9 178 111 
 
E-Smyth. 2B-Iddings(40), Mateo(40). HR-Petitt(20), Raine(9), Corona(24), 
Nix(33). RBI-Petitt(66), Iddings 2(84), Mateo(120), Raine 3(72), Corona(91), 
Nix 2(104). SB-Stefani(19). CS-Stefani. K-Mateo 2, Raine, Stefani 2, 
McGuigan, Castleberry 2, Maxwell, Smyth 2, Mader, Nix, Lockley. BB-Iddings 2, 
Raine 2, Perry, Maxwell 2, Corona, Mader. SH-Petitt. SF-Raine. 
GWRBI: Iddings
Temperature: 66, Sky: clear, Wind: left to right at 11 MPH.

 

SILVER CITY OUTLAWS 10, KALAMAZOO KAZOOS 9

It wasn’t the cleanest or prettiest game, but the Silver City Outlaws finished the season on a winning note, with SS Danny Taylor’s walkoff single lifting them to a 10-9 win over the Kalamazoo Kazoos.

“We’re right where we need to be headed into the playoffs,” said Outlaws manager John Jarha.  “We’ve got everything we need to go the distance.”

Kalamazoo made things interesting late, scoring five runs in the final 2 innings to tie it up after Silver City starter David Otto faltered and the bullpen provided little relief.  But  3B Johnny Shorts opened the door in the bottom of the 9th with a two-base throwing error, and Taylor took advantage by slapping the first pitch he saw from Trip Hawkins (5-8) through the right side for a single, allowing DH Brant “Poison” Ivey to race home with the winning run.

“I’m still so numb from losing the [moderately prestigious Expansion World Cup],” said 2B Ian Cross.  “After a crushing blow like that, what’s one more loss?”

The Outlaws will now get ready for what should be a close and exciting series against the Sharks.  The Kazoos get ready to, hopefully, find a better sponsor for their stadium next year.  I mean, “Kazoobie Kazoo Field,” really?

 

9/16/2017, KAL16-SCO16, The Corral
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Kazoos            0  0  1  0  0  2  1  3  2     9 11  1     5  1
2016 Outlaws           0  0  2  0  2  4  1  0  1    10 13  2     4  0
 
Kazoos               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Outlaws              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Shorts            3b  4  2  1  0  .275    Ivey              dh  5  1  1  0  .267
Mallonee          rf  5  0  2  1  .242    Brewmaker         3b  2  1  0  1  .256
 McAllister       pr  0  1  0  0  .279    Taylor            ss  5  1  4  1  .289
Mash              dh  4  2  2  1  .282    Wason             rf  4  0  1  1  .290
Taylor            cf  4  1  1  3  .272     Whittier         rf  0  0  0  0  .209
Parker            lf  5  1  2  1  .247    Elliott           1b  4  0  1  0  .248
Cross             2b  4  0  2  2  .242    Barkan            2b  4  1  1  1  .254
McCormack         c   3  0  0  0  .233    Hintz             lf  4  1  1  1  .234
 Gomez            ph  1  0  0  0  .235    Cardona           cf  4  3  3  3  .246
 Leach            c   0  0  0  0  .299    Watson            c   3  2  1  2  .268
Puffer            ss  4  1  1  1  .211                         35 10 13 10
Mack              1b  4  1  0  0  .249
                     38  9 11  9
 
Kazoos                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Wallace                          5.2  9  7  7  1  6  93  62  5.63
Goreman                          0.1  1  1  1  0  1  10   6  3.92
Schedel                          1.0  2  1  1  1  0  19  11  5.97
Hawkins          L 5-8           1.1  1  1  0  1  2  24  13  4.35
                                 8.1 13 10  9  3  9 146  92 
 
Outlaws                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Otto                             7.0  8  6  6  2  8 136  83  3.99
Menard           H 11            1.0  1  1  1  0  0  11   7  5.42
Matsumoto        BS 6, W 5-3     1.0  2  2  0  0  1  23  14  4.63
                                 9.0 11  9  7  2  9 170 104 
 
KAL: Gomez batted for McCormack in the 8th
     Leach inserted at c in the 8th
     McAllister ran for Mallonee in the 9th
     McAllister moved to rf in the 9th
SCO: Whittier inserted at rf in the 8th
 
E-Shorts, Taylor, Barkan. 2B-Mallonee(1), Hintz(14). 3B-Parker(5). 
HR-Taylor(39), Puffer(11), Cardona 2(41), Watson(28). RBI-Mallonee(12), 
Mash(97), Taylor 3(79), Parker(64), Cross 2(35), Puffer(34), Brewmaker(93), 
Taylor(99), Wason(129), Barkan(43), Hintz(40), Cardona 3(103), Watson 2(58). 
SB-Taylor 2(14). CS-Ivey. K-Shorts, Mallonee 2, Mash, Taylor, Parker, Cross, 
McCormack, Mack, Brewmaker, Wason 2, Elliott, Barkan 2, Hintz, Cardona, 
Watson. BB-Shorts, Mash, Brewmaker 2, Watson. SF-Taylor, Brewmaker. 
GWRBI: Taylor
Temperature: 86, Sky: clear, Wind: left to right at 6 MPH.

 

JACKSONVILLE DRAGONS 9, NEW ORLEANS SAZERACS 6

Seemingly on their way to ending the regular season on a five-game losing streak, the Jacksonville Dragons salvaged some self-respect by rallying from a 6-2 deficit to knock off the New Orleans Sazeracs, 9-6.

“That’s what I’m talking about!” said Dragons manager Steve Califano with a grin.  “This team has the firepower to rally back from any deficit, no matter how big it is.  I hope Knoxville was paying attention.”

After a five-run 5th inning from the Kazoos put Jacksonville in a hole, the Dragons quickly climbed back into contention.  A three-run 6th inning knocked out New Orleans starter Yu Chen and put Jacksonville back within a run.  They tied it up in the 7th on an RBI fielder’s choice by DH Sandy Soltero.  Then in the 9th, they played a little small ball to put together three runs against relievers Jon Venegas (3-3) and Justin O’Brien.

Rookie lefty Lance Newman (5-7) tossed a scoreless 8th to earn the win.  Righty Razor Corridon worked a blessedly drama-free 9th to earn his 10th save.

The Dragons head into the divisional round as significant underdogs against Knoxville, but Califano proclaimed that he is “super confident.”  The Sazeracs head into offseason holding their heads high, since they are the winners of the moderately prestigious Expansion World Cup.  “I wonder if there are any EWC groupies out there,” said DH Alex Jaramillo.  “Can’t wait to find out!”

 

9/16/2017, JAX16-NOS16, Abita Field
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Dragons           0  0  1  1  0  3  1  0  3     9 14  1    12  1
2016 Sazeracs          0  0  1  0  5  0  0  0  0     6  9  1     6  1
 
Dragons              AB  R  H BI   AVG    Sazeracs             AB  R  H BI   AVG
Taliaferro        2b  5  0  0  0  .306    Sisco             lf  4  1  1  0  .278
Kapoor            3b  5  0  2  1  .327     Behrens          ph  1  0  0  0  .271
Hartley           lf  5  0  0  0  .284    Angel             ss  4  1  1  0  .258
Soria             1b  4  0  2  0  .301    Mount             dh  4  1  2  1  .286
Hopps             rf  5  3  2  0  .271    Jaramillo         rf  4  1  1  2  .221
Leon              cf  5  2  3  1  .264    Bishop            cf  4  0  1  0  .289
Soltero           dh  5  3  4  3  .276    Thomasson         c   3  0  0  1  .233
Teachout          c   4  1  1  1  .245    Dyer              3b  3  0  2  1  .252
Herdt             ss  4  0  0  2  .248    Lennon            1b  4  1  1  1  .237
 Burt             ss  0  0  0  0  .381    Jensen            2b  2  1  0  0  .194
                     42  9 14  8           Canez            ph  1  0  0  0  .210
                                                               34  6  9  6
 
Dragons                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Hobbs                            7.0  8  6  6  4  5 129  77  4.16
Newman           W 5-7           1.0  1  0  0  0  2  12  10  2.77
Corridon         S 10            1.0  0  0  0  0  2  14   8  3.36
                                 9.0  9  6  6  4  9 155  95 
 
Sazeracs                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Chen                             5.2  8  5  4  5  2 105  58  4.70
Venegas          BS 5, L 3-3     2.1  5  3  3  1  1  40  23  5.14
O'Brien                          1.0  1  1  0  0  2  17  11  4.53
                                 9.0 14  9  7  6  5 162  92 
 
JAX: Burt inserted at ss in the 9th
NOS: Canez batted for Jensen in the 9th
     Behrens batted for Sisco in the 9th
 
E-Taliaferro, Jensen. 2B-Hopps(20), Soltero(22). HR-Soltero(27), Lennon(10). 
RBI-Kapoor(102), Leon(44), Soltero 3(73), Teachout(53), Herdt 2(52), 
Mount(63), Jaramillo 2(72), Thomasson(21), Dyer(31), Lennon(29). 
SB-Sisco(61). CS-Mount. K-Taliaferro, Kapoor 2, Hartley, Hopps, Sisco, Mount, 
Jaramillo, Bishop, Thomasson, Lennon 2, Jensen, Canez. BB-Taliaferro, Kapoor, 
Hartley, Soria, Teachout, Herdt, Angel, Mount, Dyer, Jensen. HBP-Thomasson. 
PB-Thomasson 2. HB-Hobbs. 
GWRBI: Teachout
Temperature: 59, Sky: cloudy, Wind: left to right at 15 MPH.

 

SALT LAKE SAMURAI 7, LAS VEGAS NARWHALS 5

As most Patriot League observers know, Salt Lake Samurai manager Johnny Dugan is one of the league’s greatest optimists.  So even though his team finished 64-86 and barely salvaged a fourth-place tie in the West with expansion Kalamazoo, it’s no surprise that Dugan sees great things ahead.  And after the Samurai came from behind to beat the Las Vegas Narwhals 7-5 and finish the year on an eight-game winning streak, the manager’s optimism might just be justified.

“I think we can be a contender next year,” said Dugan.  “Laugh if you want to, but we improved by 20 games from last season to now.  If we can do that again, we’re right in the thick of it.  And I think we can do it.”

Salt Lake’s never-say-die spirit allowed them to survive a rough start from rookie Tony Martin.  Trailing 5-2 entering the bottom of the 7th, the Samurai got back into it on the strength of a two-run bomb by CF Daniel Slover, the odds-on favorite for Rookie of the Year.  Then in the 8th, they hung three runs on Vegas reliever Chris Karnik (5-10), with 2B Tyler Stark’s two-run double being the deciding blow.

The Narwhals finish out the year on a seven-game losing skid.  Manager Benjamin Banks Mahoney admitted that “we’ve got a lot of work to do this offseason, that’s for sure.”

The Samurai now look forward to an offseason of listening to Dugan’s positive affirmations and dreaming of greatness.  The Narwhals look forward to an offseason of wandering around the Neon Boneyard.

 

9/16/2017, LVN16-SLC16, Desert Edge Stadium
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Narwhals          0  1  0  2  2  0  0  0  0     5  9  0     6  0
2016 Samurai           0  0  1  1  0  0  2  3  x     7 13  0     8  0
 
Narwhals             AB  R  H BI   AVG    Samurai              AB  R  H BI   AVG
Carquinez         cf  5  1  1  0  .246    Slover            cf  4  1  3  2  .355
Mealey            lf  4  1  0  0  .262    Motonari          ss  4  0  2  1  .268
Popejoy           ss  4  0  0  1  .259    Sparks            lf  5  0  0  0  .317
Zocken            dh  4  0  1  1  .265    Thomas            dh  4  1  1  1  .220
Suzuki            3b  4  1  3  0  .262    Martinez          rf  4  0  1  0  .238
Winne             rf  4  2  1  0  .274    Parillo           1b  3  1  1  0  .223
Regner            c   3  0  2  2  .245    Godinez           c   4  1  1  0  .160
Johnson           1b  2  0  1  1  .259    Wines             3b  4  2  2  1  .238
 Whitworth        1b  1  0  0  0  .304     Davidson         3b  0  0  0  0  .228
Green             2b  4  0  0  0  .194    Stark             2b  4  1  2  2  .276
                     35  5  9  5                               36  7 13  7
 
Narwhals                         INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Weaver                           6.1  7  4  4  2  6 111  73  6.01
Karnik           BS 5, L 5-10    1.0  4  3  3  0  0  23  15  6.58
Silcox                           0.1  2  0  0  1  0  16   7  8.66
Crocker                          0.1  0  0  0  0  0   4   3  4.94
                                 8.0 13  7  7  3  6 154  98 
 
Samurai                          INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Martin                           7.0  8  5  5  1  4 112  73  4.82
Bautista         W 3-2           1.0  1  0  0  1  2  17  10  5.64
Crusoe           S 18            1.0  0  0  0  0  0  10   6  3.18
                                 9.0  9  5  5  2  6 139  89 
 
LVN: Whitworth inserted at 1b in the 4th
SLC: Davidson inserted at 3b in the 9th
 
2B-Suzuki(19), Regner(15), Slover(44), Motonari 2(22), Wines(21), Stark(20). 
3B-Carquinez(10). HR-Slover(20), Thomas(36). RBI-Popejoy(54), Zocken(103), 
Regner 2(40), Johnson(20), Slover 2(81), Motonari(73), Thomas(102), 
Wines(29), Stark 2(31). SB-Mealey(8), Slover(52), Martinez(13), Wines(4), 
Stark(21). K-Carquinez 2, Zocken 2, Regner, Whitworth, Slover, Motonari, 
Sparks, Parillo, Godinez, Wines. BB-Mealey, Regner, Slover, Motonari, 
Parillo. HBP-Whitworth. HB-Martin. BALK-Martin. 
GWRBI: Stark
Matt Johnson was injured for this game only
Temperature: 91, Sky: partly cloudy, Wind: in from right at 15 MPH.

 

JACKSON HAMMERHEADS 7, CAROLINA COMETS 2

This is not where the Jackson Hammerheads expecting to wind up this season, sputtering to a fourth-place finish.  But at least they were able to go out on a winning note, downing the Carolina Comets 7-2.

“This year was unacceptable, and we all know that,” said Hammerheads manager Bob Henley.  “If I’m still here next season, I’m gonna work my tail up to whip this bunch back into shape.”

Left-hander Kiko Walton (13-6) closed out his year with a gem, going the distance in a four-hitter and striking out 11.  CF Santiago Suarez finished a strong comeback season with a pair of homers, bringing his season total to 30.

Carolina starter Nico Library (4-5) continued his reversion to the mean, failing to make it out of the 5th.

The Hammerheads head into an offseason of uncertainty, as owner/whiz-kid GM Steven Butler is likely to shake up his squad (yet again).  The Comets, who finished with a league-worst 46-104 record, head into an offseason of tailgating at Panthers games.

 

9/16/2017, CAR16-JCK16, Cash Carter Downs
 
                       1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9     R  H  E   LOB DP
2016 Comets            0  0  0  0  1  0  1  0  0     2  4  2     4  1
2016 Hammerheads       3  0  0  0  1  0  2  1  x     7 14  0    11  1
 
Comets               AB  R  H BI   AVG    Hammerheads          AB  R  H BI   AVG
Jackson           lf  3  0  0  0  .252    Righter           2b  3  0  2  0  .370
Kurland           2b  4  0  0  0  .203    Rodriguez         rf  4  1  0  0  .278
Mote              3b  3  0  0  0  .237    Deason            dh  4  3  3  0  .327
Shives            1b  4  0  0  0  .269    Lassen            1b  3  1  1  1  .312
Vise              rf  3  1  1  0  .245    Suarez            cf  5  2  4  4  .274
 Koskela          ph  1  0  0  0  .250    Arispe            lf  4  0  2  0  .283
Olivas            dh  4  0  1  1  .150    Fleitas           3b  3  0  1  1  .266
Jeffreys          c   2  1  0  0  .156    Westerberg        ss  3  0  0  1  .278
Barnes            ss  2  0  1  0  .220    Asperzol          c   4  0  1  0  .348
Cosgrove          cf  1  0  1  1  .217                         33  7 14  7
 Cipolla          ph  1  0  0  0  .191
                     28  2  4  2
 
Comets                           INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Library          L 4-5           4.2 10  4  4  3  1  84  42  4.08
Winslow                          1.1  1  0  0  1  0  27  17  5.27
Pellegrin                        1.0  3  2  2  2  1  42  21  7.59
French                           1.0  0  1  1  2  1  26  13  5.81
                                 8.0 14  7  7  8  3 179  93 
 
Hammerheads                      INN  H  R ER BB  K PCH STR   ERA
Walton           W 13-6          9.0  4  2  2  4 11 128  80  3.93
                                 9.0  4  2  2  4 11 128  80 
 
CAR: Cipolla batted for Cosgrove in the 7th
     Cipolla moved to cf in the 7th
     Koskela batted for Vise in the 9th
 
E-Library, Cipolla. 2B-Vise(31), Olivas(8), Barnes(16), Righter(43), 
Deason 2(65), Suarez 2(30). RBI-Olivas(36), Cosgrove(38), Lassen(74), 
Suarez 4(123), Fleitas(66), Westerberg(56). SB-Deason(55). CS-Jackson, 
Righter. K-Kurland 4, Mote, Shives 2, Vise, Olivas 2, Barnes, Rodriguez, 
Lassen, Westerberg. BB-Jackson, Mote, Jeffreys, Barnes, Righter 2, Rodriguez, 
Deason, Lassen, Arispe, Fleitas, Westerberg. SF-Cosgrove, Lassen. 
WP-Pellegrin 2. BALK-French. 
GWRBI: Lassen
Temperature: 80, Sky: clear, Wind: out to right at 10 MPH.

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