Friday, April 13, 2012

MINOR details 4/12/2012: Blue Wahoos pick up their fifth win of the season


Four hits from Didi helped the Blue Wahoos to victory.
Toledo 8 Louisville 1
-Sean Gallagher (0-2) gave up five earned runs, on three hits and three walks in 1.2 innings as the Bats (2-6) lost again. Josh Judy struck out five over two scoreless innings. Nick Christiani also threw two scoreless. J.J. Hoover struck out the side in his only inning.
-2B Chris Valaika was 1-4 with the only Bats' RBI. 3B Todd Frazier had a hit and a stolen base. CF Kristopher Negron stole his fifth base of the year.

Pensacola 6 Mobile 3
-The Blue Wahoos (5-3) won behind five innings of two earned run baseball from Daniel Corcino. Mark Serrano (1-0) picked up the win throwing two scoreless innings. Clayton Tanner gave a scoreless inning and Donnie Joseph (3) picked up the save with a scoreless ninth.
-1B Mike Costanzo went 1-3 and hit a three-run home run. SS Didi Gregorius had a nice night going 4-5 with an RBI and two runs scored. 3B Henry Rodriguez had two hits and an RBI. LF Cody Puckett had an RBI as well.

San Jose 1 Bakersfield 0 (6 innings)
-Rain cut the game short, and the Blaze (3-4) were on the wrong end of the score. Chad Rogers (0-2) was charged with the loss surrendering four hits and an earned run in five innings, while striking out four. John Holdzkom struck out the only batter he faced before the game was called in the bottom of the sixth.
-SS Billy Hamilton went 1-2 with a walk and his sixth steal of the season. He's hitting .240 so far. 2B Devin Lohman and RF Kurtis Muller each had a hit.

South Bend 1 Dayton 0
-The Dragons (2-5) suffered their fifth straight loss, being shut out Thursday night. Starter Radhames Quezada pitched six scoreless innings, allowing just two hits while striking out five. Jim Moran (1-1) took the loss allowing the winning run in the bottom of the tenth.
-CF Jefry Siera and LF Kyle Waldrop both were 1-3, for the only two hits of the night for Dayton. SS Juan Perez reached on an error, and that was literally all that happened for the Dragons on offense.

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