Toledo 5, Louisville 3

The Bats outhit the Mudhens in the game, but fell short in the total that counts. Chris Denorfia and Ryan Jorgenson each had solo homeruns while Will Bergola went 3-5 in the game.

Mike Gosling couldn’t hit water if he fell off a boat. Gosling gave up 4 runs in 4.2 innings. He allowed 3 hits, struck out 3, but walked a whopping 7 Toledo batters en route to his 2nd loss on the season. Gosling only had 3 walks total in 3 starts coming into this game.


Carolina 2, Chattanooga 0 final 7

This was the completion of Thursday’s fogged out game. Neither team mustered a whole lot of offense. The Lookouts got only 4 hits in the game and never mounted any offense. Tyler Pelland got the start for Chattanooga and went 4 innings, allowing 5 hits, 2 runs, 3 walks, and 3 strikeouts.

High A

Sarasota 3, Lakeland 4

Tonys Gutierrez had a perfect night at the dish, going 4-4 and contributing the lone run batted in for the Reds.

Sam Lecure continues to blow opposing hitters away. Lecure got a no decision in the game but pitched well. He went 5, allowing 3 hits and a run while striking out 6. Lecure now has 31 Ks in 26 innings pitched on the season.

Low A

Peoria 8, Dayton 6

Brandon Szymanski went 1-5 for the Dragons. The hit was his 4th homerun on the season with 1 on in the 3rd inning. Paul Janish went 2-5 including his 2nd homerun on the year.

Travis Wood started for the Dragons and went 4.2 innings, surrendering 4 runs (3 earned) on 4 hits and 4 walks.

One Response

  1. Blue

    Janish and Bailey really need to move up to AA. Lecure shouldn’t be far behind.