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Around the Minors: 5/20/13

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Only Bowie and Delmarva were in action with the Baysox winning and the Shorebirds losing. But what about the prospects?

Ty Kelly is nothing if not consistent.  He's a gamer, who brings his lunch pail to the ballpark each and every single day.
Ty Kelly is nothing if not consistent. He's a gamer, who brings his lunch pail to the ballpark each and every single day.
Rich Franklin/Bowie Baysox

The Baysox won 4-3 in 12. They surrendered 2 in the bottom of the ninth but were able to come back. Ty Kelly went 1-5 with a double. Neither Xavier Avery nor Henry Urrutia played. Clay Schrader gave up 1 ER in 1.2 IP while not allowing a hit, but walking two, striking out none with a GB/FB of 1/2. Jason Gurka also struggled, giving up 1 ER in two thirds of an inning but also allowing 3 hits. He recorded neither a walk nor a strikeout, and he posted a GB/FB of 1/0 while also managing to hit a man. Anyway, Brian Ward, he of the cannon for an arm, hit a homer in the 12th to win it.

The Shorebirds lost 3-1. Lex Rutledge scattered 2 hits and a walk in 2 scoreless innings, striking out none and recording a GB/FB of 4/1. Miguel Chalas had a rough night, giving up 4 hits, including a homer, in 1.1 IP. He was charged with 1 ER and recorded a K. Joel Hutter went 0-2 with a walk and a K. Torsten Boss made his return to the lineup and went 0-2 with 2 walks and 2 strikeouts. Gregory Lorenzo went 0-3 with a sacrifice.

Your minor league boxers.