Tides 3, Scranton/Wilkes Barre RailRiders 4
Chris Jones coughed up the lead in the top of the ninth and the Tides offense was unable to answer the call. Mike Wright was decent through nearly six innings allowing a pair of earned runs, three walks and five hits while striking out three and inducing six groundouts. Brock Huntzinger and Brad Brach were solid in relief.
Quintin Barry and Julio Borbon each stole two bases and Caleb Joseph homered.
Baysox 3, Richmond Flying Squirrels 5
Tyler Wilson got off to a promising start, but seemed to run out of gas. Wilson had struck out five little Giants and allowed two earned runs through five innings, but allowed a leadoff triple and a pair of singles in the bottom of the sixth. The fireballing Juan Morillo came on with one out, but wasn't able to stop the bleeding and two more runs would cross the plate in the sixth before all was said and done.
With another double from Garabez Rosa tonight, the Dominican utility man has six in his last five games. In other news, Britton Spring continues as big brother Buck doubled twice and singled. While fairly quiet on the night, Michael Ohlman was able to pick up a pair of walks.
Keys 5, Myrtle Beach Pelicans 9
the Keys were undone by a nightmare seventh inning in which the Pelicans batted around and then some. Mychal Givens was charged with seven earned runs in 1/3 of an inning, but contended with some shaky defense on the part of Adrian Marin, his own shaky control (balk, two wild pitches) and the offensive prowess of the Pelicans lineup (leadoff homer from Joey Gallo, triple by Odubel Herrera). Brady Wager, on the other hand, made a solid start. Wager struck out four and induced eight groundouts in six innings pitched and allowed two earned runs.
Glynn Davis and Swingin Sammie Starr powered the Keys from the top of the lineup with a pair of hits each. Starr and Davis were good for three singles, two doubles and a pair of walks. Davis also stole a base.
Adrian Marin committed his fourth error of the year and the Pelicans stole four bases off of Steel Russell, who is lucky to have friends in high places.
Shorebirds 1, Savannah Sand Gnats 6
Not a whole heck of a lot to report, here. Mike Yastrzemski was good (doubled, homered, walked), MItch Horacek was not (3 IP, 3 BB, HR, 4 ER) and Jon Keller continued to be large and in charge (3 K, 2 IP...he's now walked 3 and struck out 17 in 13 IP).
Hector Veloz doubled in four trips, Josh Hart singled in the same amount.
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Frederick: Branden Kline, 7:05 PM
Delmarva: Sebastian Vader, 7:05 PM