|Salt Lake Stingers||0||0||0||2||0||2||0||0||1||9||7||1|
LP L. Gardner (0-1) 1.2IP 3H 1R 1ER 3BB 0SO 0HR 3.38 ERA
Starter Kevin Correia threw five innings, allowing only three hits, one earned run, two walks, and struck out five. With the game tied in the ninth, Lee Gardner loaded the bases and issued a walk to Rob Quinlan, giving the win to the Stingers. Catcher, Trey Lunsford led off the fifth inning with a home run, tying up the game for the Grizzlies 2-2. Brian Dallimore added another run to the score for the Grizzlies with an RBI single. Unfortunately in that inning, the Grizzlies loaded the bases with no outs, but couldn't tack on anymore runs to their lead.
The Grizzlies now have a record of 0-3. The four-game set will be finished off tomorrow. Left-handed pitcher, Noah Lowry, will start for Fresno, facing Chris Bootcheck from the Salt Lake Stingers.
NORWICH NAVIGATORS (AA)
LP: Alberto Montes (0-1) 1.1IP 2H 1R 1ER 0BB 1SO 0HR 3.86 ERA
The Norwich Navigators scored three runs in the first from Mike Cervenak's RBI double and Tyler Von Schell's two-run single. The Binghamton Met's had a one-run lead, but the Navigators were able to tie it back up in the eighth when Daniel Ortemier hit a signle and later moved to third on a passed ball. He scored on Von Schell's groundout. Yet it wasn't enough. Binghamton came back in the bottom of that inning.
SAN JOSE GIANTS (A)
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LP Brion Treadway (0-1) 4.2IP 3H 2R 2ER 2BB 3SO 0HR 3.86 ERA S Mike Cosgrove (1) 1.0IP 1H 0R 0ER 0BB 1SO 0HR 0.00 ERA
Jason Schmidt threw five shutout innings on Saturday against the Visalia Oaks. He allowed 2 hits, one walk, and struck out seven. Schmidt was on the disabled list after a shoulder starin. He was able to through 76 pitches and expected to return on Friday with the San Franicsco Giants. Julio Cordido hit a three-run homer in the second inning, giving the San Jose Giants the lead. It was a lead they kept through the game. Julian Benavidez hit his second home run in the fifth inning, putting them up 6-0 before Schmidt left the game.
HAGERSTOWN SUNS (A)
LP Ryan Sadowski (0-1) 1.2IP 5H 7R 7ER 2BB 2SO 1HR 37.80 ERA
The Lexington Legends were able to silence the bats of the Hagerstown Suns after losing two games to them in this series. The Legends pitchers struck out 12 and allowed only five hits, 2 runs.
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