Matt Maloney pitched 7 shutout innings in game 1 of the doubleheader to improve to 4-2 on the season. Maloney allowed just 2 hits and walked 2 while striking out 7.
Jay Bruce went 4-4 for the Bats with 2 doubles, a homerun, 2 rbis, and 2 runs scored. Bruce is now batting .348/.375/.609 on the season in 138 at-bats. Over the last 10 games, he’s batting .515 with 2 homeruns and 8 rbis.
Tom Shearn bumped his record to 6-1 by going 6 innings, allowing just 1 run on 3 hits while striking out 4. The start allowed Tom to lower his ERA to 3.95 on the season.
The Bats only managed 4 hits in the game. Andy Phillips went 1-3 with a double, rbi, and run scored to lead Louisville.
The Lookouts bullpen ruined a nice start by Daryl Thompson. Thompson went 6 innings, allowing 1 unearned run on 4 hits and 4 walks while striking out 6. Daryl struck out 5. Despite having a 1.28 ERA in 8 start, Thompson’s record is just 2-1 on the season.
Michael Hrynio’s struggles continue this season. Hrynio allowed 4 runs in 0.2 innings to raise his ERA this season to 22.50 in 4 innings of relief. In his last 2 innings of work, Hrynio has allowed 10 earned runs. Pedro Viola, who was as dominating as they come a year ago, also continues to struggle. Viola picked up the loss in yesterday’s game by surrendering 3 runs on 3 hits and 2 walks in 1 inning of work.
Michael DeJesus went 3-5 with a triple, 2 rbis, and 2 runs scored to lead the Reds offense to the win. Juan Francisco and Drew Stubbs each added 2 hits in 5 at-bats and drove in a run each. Jose Castro went 2-3 and scored a run.
Alexander Smit picked up the win and improved to 3-3 on the year by going 6 innings, allowing 1 run on 3 hits and 2 walks while striking out 8.
Each team managed just 3 hits each, but it was the Dragons who made the most of what little offense they generated. Angel Cabrera went 1-2 with a double and run scored to help the Dragons win. He did make 2 errors in the game at SS which nearly cost the team as well.
Curtis Partch picked up the win by allowing 1 unearned run in 6 innings. He scattered 2 hits and walked 1 while striking out 7. Phillippe-Alexandre Valiquette, aside from having the longest name ever typed in the DOTF feature, picked up his first save of the season. Valiquette went 3 innings, allowing just 1 hit while striking out 6.