Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Eddie's Farm: July 13

Eddie's Farm goes 3-1 as Round Rock is off until Thursday, and Tri-City was off last night. But that one loss...you'll just have to keep reading.

Corpus
A five-run 4th inning led Corpus Christi to an 8-2 win over NW Arkansas last night. Collin DeLome was 3x4 with 2R, Drew Meyer, Mark Ori, and Mitch Einertson all were 2x4 with Meyer and Ori each recording 2RBI on the night. Drew Locke was 1x5 with his 79th RBI of the season. Sergio Perez improved his record to 7-8 with 6.2IP, 7H/2ER, 3K:5BB and Danny Meszaros threw the final 2.1IP with 1H/0ER, 3K:1BB.

Lancaster
Whoa nelly. The JetHawks put up 3R in the 1st, 6R in the 4th, and 4R in the 8th to defeat Inland Empire 15-1 last night. Koby Clemens is your Man of the Match with 4x5, 3R, a double, a triple, and two homers for seven RBI. That's right, dude was a single short of the cycle, and got 13 total bases. Clemens is now hitting .312. Jack Shuck was also 4x5 with 2R and an RBI, and Matt Weston was 3x5 with 3RBI. Casey Hudspeth threw the complete game, 9IP, 7H/1ER, 5K:1BB.

Lexington
And on the flip side of that, Delmarva threw up a 9-run 7th inning, and then held Lexington to three hits in a 19-0 tail-whoopin. The three hits belonged to Jay Austin, Albert Cartwright, and Jorge De Leon. Delmarva was 14x22 with RISP, and still managed to leave 10 on base. Kyle Greenwalt went 4.1IP, 10H/5ER, 5K:2BB; Arcenio Leon: 1.2IP, 6H/4ER; Michael Hacker: 0.1IP, 4H/2ER; Kirkland Rivers: 0.2IP, 3H/4ER; Kyle Godfrey: 1IP, 1H/0ER. The Legends made three errors (meaning there were only 15 earned runs) - 2 from Jorge De Leon and 1 from Ebert Rosario, his 25th error of the year (sheesh).

Greeneville
Greeneville scored a run in the bottom of the 8th to seal a 3-2 win over Pulaski last night. Jiovanni Mier was 1x2 with 2BB, Jonathan Meyer 0x2 with 2BB, while Jose Altuve, Miguel Arrendell, and Frank Almonte got the RBIs. Luis Cruz went 6IP with 4H/2ER, 8K:1BB, while Juri Perez got the win, and Nathan Pettus recorded his 5th save of the year.

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