*Org goes 3-1 on the day; cumulative 72-46 record
*Fresno couldn't overcome an early 5-0 deficit, lose 8-3.
*Corpus beat the dog crap out of San Antonio, 11-1, with Mark Appel throwing 5IP and giving up an unearned run.
*Bryan Radziewski and Joe Musgrove make their Lancaster debut and combine for 9IP, 5H/0ER, 11K:0BB
*Jacob Nottingham collects 5RBI as Quad Cities wins their 11th straight
Tacoma had already put five runs on the board by the time Fresno scored in the bottom of the 4th, so 8-3 loss for the Grizzlies. Tommy Shirley allowed 7H/5ER, 2K:0BB in 4IP; Jonas Dufek gave up 4H/3ER, 2K:0BB; Jason Stoffel (2K) and Tyson Perez (1H) each threw a scoreless inning.
Alex Presley was 2x4 with an RBI; L.J. Hoes (2B) and Jon Singleton (batting 5th) each had an RBI; Joe Sclafani, Domingo Santana, and Max Stassi added hits.
Man of the Match: Um. Alex Presley?
Well. A 2-0 Corpus lead in the 3rd turned into a 2-1 Corpus lead in the 5th, which turned into a 9-1 Corpus lead in the 6th, which turned into an 11-1 Corpus win over San Antonio. Mark Appel threw 5IP (38 of 58 pitches for strikes), allowing 8H/1R (0ER), 1K:1BB; Kyle Westwood threw the next 4IP, allowing just a hit. So Appel has thrown 26.2IP this season, allowing 30H/11ER, 19K:9BB, and has allowed 0-2 ER in three of his six starts.
Tyler White (2RBI) and Teoscar Hernandez (RBI) each went 3x5; Leo Heras (2RBI), Jio Mier (2B, 3B, 3RBI), and Carlos Correa (2B, RBI, SB) had two hits each. Jon Kemmer (outfield assist) and Roberto Pena (RBI) each had a hit and two walks.
Man of the Match: Mark Appel
And the JetHawks claw their way back to .500 with a 3-1 win over Lake Elsinore. Recently promoted Bryan Radziewski made his Lancaster debut, throwing 5IP, 4H/1R (0ER), 5K:0BB and recently promoted Joe Musgrove made his Lancaster debut, throwing 4IP, 1H/0ER, 6K:0BB. So...that went well.
Danry Vasquez was 3x4 with a single, triple, homer, and 2RBI; J.D. Davis was 2x4; Brett Phillips, A.J. Reed (2B), Jack Mayfield (3B), and Alfredo Gonzalez added hits.
Man of the Match: Radziewski and Musgrove
Quad Cities (24-6)
Mark that as W11 in the streak column for Quad Cities who, at 24-6, have the best record in professional baseball. A pair of three-run innings gave the River Bandits a 6-3 win over Wisconsin. Austin Chrismon threw 5IP, 5H/1ER, 5K:0BB; Reymin Guduan (2IP, 1H/1ER, 2K:0BB) and Ryan Thompson (2IP, 3H/1ER, 3K:1BB) closed out the game.
Jacob Nottingham was 2x4 with a two-run triple and a three-run homer, giving him a 2x4, 5RBI day. Bobby Boyd, Derek Fisher (2B), and Sean McMullen added two hits each. Mott Hyde added an RBI.
Man of the Match: Jacob Nottingham