Saturday, April 28, 2012

MINOR details 4/27/2012: 11 in a row for the Blaze!

Bakersfield's winning streak matches
the Hall of Famer's jersey number.
Louisville 2 Norfolk 1
-Jeff Francis (2-2) was dealing Friday night tossing eight innings of one-run baseball, while striking out nine for the Louisville Bats (8-14). Josh Judy got his first save with a scoreless ninth.
-3B Mike Costanzo was the offense, going 2-3 with a two-run home run in the fourth inning, scoring 1B Neftali Soto in the process.

Pensacola 8 Jacksonville 2
-Daniel Corcino (1-1) threw 5.1 innings of scoreless baseball for the Blue Wahoos (11-12). Wilkin De La Rosa pitched a scoreless inning of relief.
-CF Ryan LaMarre had two doubles, an RBI, and two runs scored. 3B Henry Rodriguez had two singles, an RBI, and two runs. 1B Joel Guzman went 2-4 with a two-run homer and scored two runs. LF Yordanys Perez also knocked in two runs. RF Josh Fellhauer and 2B Miguel Rojas each had two hits and an RBI.

Bakersfield 7 Modesto 0
-The Blaze (14-7) won their 11th straight game behind starter Kyle Lotzkar's (3-0) 5.2 shutout innings. Blaine Howell, Pat Doyle, and Brian Pearl combined to hold Modesto scoreless over the final 3.1 innings of the game.
-DH Donald Lutz continues to rake, with two hits and two RBI for his 18th of the year. RF Yorman Rodriguez also had two hits and two RBI. SS Billy Hamilton ran wild again picking up three more stolen bases (26), and going 3-4 with an RBI and two runs scored. 1B Travis Mattair and CF Bryson Smith each collected an RBI.

Wisconsin 3 Dayton 0
-Radhames Quezada (0-3) struggled in the Dragons' (11-11) loss, allowing three earned runs in four innings. Dan Jensen (1.0), Ryan Kemp (2.0), and Jimmy Moran (1.0) gave up no runs through the rest of the game.
-There wasn't much doing on offense either as Dayton got just four hits, including a double from SS Juan Perez. CF Jefry Sierra, DH Danny Vicioso, and LF Steve Selsky had the other three hits.


Bob Wurster said...

Donald Lutz from GERMANY Has 18 RBI's, 5 HR's and batting .333 avg.
He is ready to move to the next level....

RedlegsWriter said...

There will be a few of them promoted by All-Star break I'm sure