Thursday, April 10, 2008

Thursday, April 10th

I am going to start a new daily update piece. It is very similiar to what Seth does with his tidbits from every level. I am really getting into following the minor leagues and i thought it would be cool to write about things going down in the minors. It will be a little different than Seth's so hopefully you all enjoy it.

Red Wing Wrap
Norfolk 7 Redwings 2
  • POG for the Red Wings
  • Brian Buscher-Brian had a good game going 2-4 with a HR and 2 rbi's to be the Red Wing player of the game.
  • Brian Duensing had a tough luck outing giving up 6 runs with only 1 of them earned. He should be ok not worried about him.
  • Hope its not a trend but the Red Wings have 6 errors in the last 2 games they need to pic it up.
  • Today: Rochester at Norfolk 11:15am Phillip Humber tries to get off the schnide after a tough first start.

New Britain Business

New Britain 4 New Hampshire 3

  • POG: Ryan Mullins- Ryan put together 6 solid innings to get his first win of the season. He went 6 innings and gave up only 2 runs.
  • The Rock Cats continue to struggle with the bats
  • Ben Julianel struggled in the 9th but found a way to get the job done and pick up the save.
  • Brock Peterson hit his first HR of the season hopefully one of many
  • Today the Rock Cats have the day off before they head to Portland to take on the Sea Dogs

Fort Myers Musings

Fort Myers 9 Clearwater 3

  • POG: Johnny Woodard- Johnny got his first hits of the season to go 3-6 with 2 rbi's.
  • Jeff Manship had another outstanding start giving up 3 runs in 5 innings while getting his body into shape.
  • Daniel Valencia is showing he is a man among boys at this level scoring 2 more runs and walking 2 times. Won't be long before he will be promoted to New Britain.
  • Today the Miracle finish up their series with Clearwater with Phenom Deolis Guerra getting the start. Game time is 6 PM in Clearwater.

Beloit Beat

Beloit 1 Peoria 0 game 1

Peoria 4 Beloit1 game 2

  • POG: Steven Hirschfeld- Steven went 5 shutout innings in his first start of the season to get his first win. He only gave up 3 hits and walked 2 while striking out 3.
  • The Snappers bats continue to struggle
  • Chris Parmalee had a hit in 3 at bats he is someone to keep a watch on

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