Good Lord. Five errors - Loux, Kata, Locke, Meyer all had throwing errors; Kevin Cash was charged with catcher interference - led to three unearned runs in a 10-5 loss to New Orleans. Shane Loux gave up 11H/4ER, 2K:1BB in 5IP, but Roy Corcoran was charged with the loss, as he gave up the go-ahead run. Gary Majewski also allowed 2ER (3R) in 1IP. Amazingly, of New Orleans' 16 hits, only one was an extra-base hit - a double by Jason Lane (3x5, 2RBI). Edwin Maysonet was 2x4, while Bourgeois and Shelton drew two walks.
Jordan Lyles was charged with a loss after throwing 4.2IP, 6H/3ER, 4K:1BB, and 59 of his 81 pitches for strikes in a 7-4 loss to NW Arkansas. Tyler Lumsden helped the game get out of reach with 4H/4ER in 1IP, and Matt Nevarez walked three and gave up a hit in 0.1IP. Erick Abreu was effective, allowing just one hit in 2IP. Jack Shuck was 2x4 on the day - raising his avg to .313 on the season. Lou Santangelo hit a solo homer, and Kopy had the other extra-base hit, a double.
Game was suspended after one inning.
Brutal game in Charleston for the bullpen. The Legends had a 6-1 lead going into the 8th, and ended up losing 7-6 in 12 innings. Jose Cisnero started it off with 4.2IP, 2H/1ER, 7K:2BB. Wander Alvino gave up 3ER in 3IP. Mike Schurz gave up 2ER in 0.2IP (with help from Arcenio Leon), and Colton Pitkin got the loss, with 3H/1BB in 1.1IP. Grant Hogue and Jake Goebbert had the only two-hit games and combined for 3RBI, with Kemp and Meyer accounting for the other RBI. Our boy Aaron Bray was 1x5. The Legends' offense didn't draw a walk in 12 innings, and were held hitless over the final five innings.