Saturday, September 3, 2011

Eddie's Farm: September 2

Oklahoma City (66-74)

The RedHawks lost 12-1 to
New Orleans Friday.

Starter Paul Clemens was roughed up and wild in his first start for OKC, throwing 4.2 IP giving up 4H/8ER with 6K:6BB.

Not much happened good happened offensively, either. SS-Anderson Hernandez extended his hit streak to 30, going 1x3 with 1 2B. 3B-Oswaldo Navarro went 1x4 with 1 2B and 1 RBI.

Man of the Match: Anderson Hernandez

Corpus Christi (50-87)

The Hooks lost their final home game of the season to the RoughRiders 3-1.

Erick Abreu turned in a good start, going 8 IP with 7H/3R/1ER and 7K.

CF-Brandon Barnes went 2x4 with 1 2B and 1 R. SS-Jonathan Villar was 0x4 with 2 K and 1 error.

Man of the Match: Erick Abreu

Lancaster (53-84)

The JetHawks lost to
Lake Elsinore 2-1.

Jose Cisnero was dominating through 7IP, allowing 4H/0ER with 10K:3BB. Michael Ness gave it away in relief, though, throwing 2 IP giving up 3H/2ER with 1K:1BB to earn the loss.

DH-Erik Castro went 1x3 with 1 2B and 1 R. 2B-Andrew Simunic was 1x2 with 2 BB. 3B-Jonathan Meyer went 0x2 with 2 BB. SS-Jio Mier was 0x2 with 2 BB and 1 SB.

Man of the Match: Jose Cisnero

Lexington (57-78)

The Legends beat the Sand Gnats 7-3.

Luis “Leroy” Cruz gave 5 IP allowing 3H/2R/0ER with 5K:4BB to get the win.

CF-Emilio King went 2x4 with 1 R. SS-Ben Orloff was 2x4 with 1 3B and 1R/2RBI. King has been hot his last ten games, hitting .525/.587/.900 during that stretch with 3 HR.

Man of the Match: Ben Orloff

Tri-City (33-40)

The ValleyCats lost a tough game 5-4 on a 9th inning squeeze bunt.

Luis Ordosgoitti had a rough 1st start for the ValleyCats, with 3IP allowing 7H/4ER and 2K:2BB. Adam Champion held things down for 3IP, giving up 2H with 4K/1BB to help Tri-City stay close. Mitchell Lambson went 2.1 IP allowing 3H/1ER with 4K:1BB and was on the mound when the Lake Monsters squeezed home the final run.

SS-Jacke Healey went 1x3 with 1 3B, 1 SB, and 1R/2RBI. C-Miles Hamblin went 2x4 with 1 HR.

Man of the Match: Jacke Healey

Greeneville (25-43)

Season over.

GCL Astros (20-34)

Season over.

DSL Astros (26-40)

Season over.