Monday, July 22, 2013

Berry the hottest right now

Yesterday in New York, the Mets'  Matt Harvey dominated the Phillies, he struck out Domonic Brown 4 straight times, and Philadelphia dropped the deciding  game of the series, 5-0.  Antonio Bastardo struck out 2 of the 3 hitters he faced in his inning.  The Phillies head to St Louis to battle the first place Cardinals tomorrow night.

The BlueClaws have made some roster moves.  With Chad Carman coming off the DL, Justin Dalles has been moved up to Reading, and with Chris O'Hare going on the DL, Lino Martinez has been brought back from Williamsport.   In Rome on Sunday, Lakewood got just 3 hits, 2 by Larry Greene, and lost a 3-2 contest to the Braves.  Martinez was the losing pitcher, after Nic Hanson had another good outing: 7 innings, 1 run, 4 hits, 2 walks, 3 Ks..........In Allentown, Freddy Galvis had 2 hits and drove in the deciding run in a 2-1 IronPigs' win over the Clippers.

In Albuquerque, Quintin Berry had 3 hits, including a big 2-out 9th inning hit in the game winning rally,  and 3 RBI for Omaha in their 8-6 win over the Isotopes.  "Q" is 11 for 29 (.379) in the last 9 games...........In San Antonio, the Missions won a 6-3 game from Midland.  D'Arby Myers (.260) had a double and scored a run for the Rock Hounds, and Adam Buschini (.268) had a hit and a run scored for the Missions..........In Buffalo, Anthony Gose had 2 hits and scored 2 runs for the Bisons, but they still lost, 7-6 to Toledo...............In Salt Lake City, Michael Taylor hit his 13th home run for Sacramento, a 3-run shot, in the River Cats' 9-7 loss to the Bees........In Memphis, Josh Zeid struck out the side to get around allowing 3 baserunners, and posted his 12th save of the year for Oklahoma City in the RedHawks' 3-2 win over the Redbirds............In Reno, Tuffy Gosewisch had 2 doubles and scored a run for the Aces, who dropped a 15-8 game to Las Vegas.

In New Orleans, Jesus Sanchez threw a shut out inning for Nashville in their 7-1 win over the Zephyrs.  Sanchez is 3-1, 2.12 in 33 games and 51 innings for the Milwaukee affiliate!

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