Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Ruiz, Sanchez, & Villar

In Allentown, Andres Blanco hit a game winning home run in the bottom of the 13th inning to give the IronPigs a wild 7-6 win over Louisville.  Domonic Brown (.248, single, double, walk, RBI, run), Steve Susdorf (.333. 2 doubles, run) and Cody Overbeck (.single, HR, 2 RBI) all had 2 hits for the Pigs.  The win goes to Tyson Brummett (1-0, 3.27), who threw 3 shut out innings of relief, giving up just 1 hit and striking out 6...........In Reno, Randy Ruiz hit a first inning grand slam, and then singled in another run later for the Aces, as Reno pounded New Orleans, 10-4.  Randy is hitting .339, with 11 home runs and 44 RBI.  I think they could use his bat in the Diamondbacks line-up.........In Midland, JonathanVillar (.247) had 4 hits, 2 RBI, stole his 18th base and scored a run for Corpus Christi in the Hooks' 5-2 win over the Rock Hounds.

In Erie, Reading beat Zack Segovia again, this time by the score of 5-3.  Leandro Castro had 3 hits for Reading, and  Drew Naylor (3-1) scattered 9 hits- NO walks,  over 5.1 innings to notch the victory.  Segovia  (4-4) allowed 5 runs, 4 earned, on 11 hits, also with NO walks, over 6 innings of work.

In Chattanooga, the Lookouts won a 3-2 game in 13 innings from the Huntsville Stars,  Jesus Sanchez (0.60 ERA) tossed 3 more scoreless innings for the Stars, allowing 3 hits and 1 walk, striking out 4.  Jesus has allowed just 2 run in 30 innings for Huntsville.

In Toledo, Syracuse beat the Mud Hens 3-1, holding Toledo to just 4 hits.  The good news in Quintin Berry (.274)  had 2 of those hits, along with a walk, and his 19th stolen base of the year......In Columbus, Jason Donald (.348) had a double, a walk, and scored 2 runs for the Clippers, who lost a 9-6 contest to the Yankees.......In Las Vegas, Anthony Gose (.258) had 2 hits and a walk, and stole his 16th base of the year for the 51s in their 10-8 win over Nashville.  Travis d'Arnaud (.294) had a hit and an RBI, and Bobby Korecky threw 1.2 inning, and gave up an UNearned run, to help Vegas.

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