Results tagged ‘ Tennessee Smokies 6/1 Box Score ’
At The Plate – Rough one for the Iowa Cubs as they built a 6-1 lead by the third inning and ended up losing 7-6 in thirteen innings, what’s worse is they gave up two runs in the ninth to let a win get away. Brett Jackson was 1-for-5 with a walk, third home run of the season, an RBI, and two runs scored. Brent Lillibridge had a great game going 4-for-6 with his fourth double of the season, an RBI, and a run scored. Ian Stewart played! He also had a decent day going 1-for-3 with his fifth double of the season, and two RBI’s.
On The Mound – Weird night for the Iowa pitching as they missed a lot of bats, and found a lot of them too. Guillermo Moscoso was beat up but did alright I guess, he worked 5.2 innings giving up four runs, three earned, on seven hits while walking two and striking out ten (see?). Hisanori Takahashi worked two-thirds of an inning, he walking one and struck out one. Casey Coleman is quietly settling in at Iowa, he worked 1.2 scoreless innings while striking out two. Eduardo Sanchez is officially a Cub, he worked the ninth inning giving up two runs on two hits while walking one and striking out one to register the blown save. Marcus Hatley was recently promoted to Iowa from Tennessee and had his best outing tonight; he worked two scoreless innings giving up one hit while striking out three. Jeffry Antigua suffered the loss in this one but didn’t pitch poorly, he worked two innings giving up one run on three hits while walking one and striking out four.
At The Plate – The Smokies got knocked around pretty good in this one as the Barons built a 5-0 lead en route to cruising to a 9-3 victory. Matt Szczur did his thing at the top of the lineup going 1-for-2 with three walks (CUBS WAY!), and his fourteenth stolen base of the season. Arismendy Alcantara, or as I like to call him “Scoresheet” was 1-for-3 with a walk, his ninth home run of the season, and two runs scored. Christian Villanueva provided some pop in this one as well going 1-for-4 with his fourth home run of the season, two RBI’s, and a run scored.
On The Mound – Aside from Matt Loosen the Smokies pitching wasn’t half bad, unfortunately Loosen started this one. Loosen took his second loss of the season after going 5.1 innings giving up eight runs, four earned, on six hits while walking four and striking out three. Frank Batista was solid out of the pen going 1.2 scoreless innings giving up three hits while striking out one. Trey McNutt worked an inning giving up one run on two hits while walking one, if McNutt can harness his stuff and cut down on the walks his ERA will dwindle as well.
At The Plate – Offensive explosion time for Daytona as they pounded out twenty hits, and scored fourteen runs beating Brevard County 14-5. This might be the longest “at the plate” recap that I write all year, and really, I’m okay with that. Ben Carhart was fantastic today, going 3-for-6 with two doubles giving him fourteen on the season, two RBI’s, and two runs scored. Javier Baez won the night, end of discussion, that’s it; he was 5-for-6 with three doubles, his ninth home run of the season, SIX RBI’s (ZOMG!), and three runs scored, wow. Jorge Soler also had a solid night going 2-for-5 with his eighth home run of the season, two RBI’s, and two runs scored. Dustin Geiger was slugging as well going 2-for-5 with two doubles, a walk, an RBI, and two runs scored. Chadd Krist was also productive in this one going 2-for-3 with his sixth double of the season, and three RBI’s. Wes Darvill and Taylor Davis contributed as well, with Darvill having three hits, and Davis adding two.
On The Mound – P.J. Francescon found some of his 2012 magic in this one, helps having a ginormous lead, but it was nice to see him have a nice outing. He worked six innings giving up one run on five hits while striking out six, with no walks (that’s important). Austin Reed was roughed up a bit out of the pen as he worked two innings giving up three runs on five hits while walking two and striking out three. Sheldon McDonald closed the door in this one, he worked one inning giving up one run on one hit while walking one and striking out one.
At The Plate – Nightmarish night for the floundering Cougars as they were obliterated by the Kernels 15-2, yes, a team named after corn scored fifteen runs tonight (they are good, I know). Nice to see Albert Almora in the lineup and healthy after a hamstring scare, he was 2-for-4 with a run scored; he’s now hitting .444 on the season. Jeimer Candelario was 2-for-4 with two singles, kind of shocked that he didn’t hit any doubles in this one. The Cougars could only manage seven hits and two runs tonight as their entire lineup is struggling at the same time, which usually results in losses.
On The Mound – Taylor Scott isn’t used to being roughed up, but he didn’t have it tonight. Scott suffered his second loss of the season as he worked four innings giving up seven runs on seven hits while walking two and striking out four. Ian Dickson wasn’t much better, he worked three innings giving up five runs on four hits while walking five (NO!), and striking out two. Nathan Dorris was solid in this one, working one scoreless inning giving up one hit; his ERA is now 2.78 on the season. David Bote, the second baseman, worked the ninth inning and well, looked like a second baseman pitching. Bote gave up three runs on three hits while walking two in his inning of work.