May 24th Games
AAA Toledo Mud Hens - Pawtucket 3, Toledo 2 (10)
22-25, 3rd in West Division
The Mud Hens dropped their Tuesday afternoon game with Pawtucket, 3-2. Andy Oliver got the start but went just two innings after it was decided he would be headed to Detroit this weekend to start. He gave up a run on four hits in his two innings. Brayan Villarreal then came on in relief and tossed three no-hit innings, but Matt Hoffman couldn't protect the slim 2-1 lead, giving up an unearend run. Lester Oliveros would take the loss for giving up the winning run in the tenth inning. Will Rhymes had three hits including a double and an RBI, and Ryan Strieby also added two hits including a double and an RBI.
AA Erie Seawolves - Richmond 5, Erie 1
20-22, 6th in Western Division
Erie lost to Richmond 5-1. L.J. Gagnier got the start and took the loss, giving up five runs on seven hits in 6 1/3 innings of work. Cory Hamilton recorded the final five outs, not allowing a hit or a run but the SeaWolves' offense couldn't get much going. Bryan Holaday drove in Brandon Douglas for the club's only run, with Rawley Bishop and Bryan Pounds adding two hits apiece.
A+ Lakeland Flying Tigers – Bradenton 9, Lakeland 0
23-23, 4th in North Division
It was a game to forget for the Flying Tigers, as they fell to Bradenton 9-0. Trevor Feeney got roughed up in the game, giving up eight runs on nine hits in four innings of work. Kevan Hess came on in relief and gave up a run in three innings to complete the scoring. The Flying Tigers' offense managed just two hits, including a double from Brent Wyatt.
A West Michigan Whitecaps - Bowling Green 10, West Michigan 2
17-26, 8th in Eastern division
Things didn't go much better on the low-A side of things, as the Whitecaps lost to Bowling Green 10-2. Josue Carreno got the start and took the loss, giving up six runs on five hits in just one-plus inning of work. Patrick Cooper didn't allow a run of his own to score in 3 2/3 innings of relief work, but Tim Mowry then gave up three runs in his 2/3 of an inning to put the game out of reach for the club. Ryan Hamme went 2-for-3 with a solo home run and scored twice, while three other players had multi-hit games, including Hernan Perez who had a double in his two hits.
R VSL Tigers - Rays 7, Tigers 4
0-6, 6th in VSL
The VSL Tigers will have to go another day without their first win as they fell to the VSL Rays 7-4. Yorfrank Lopez got the start for the team, allowing one unearned run in two innings of work before exiting. Johan Belisario gave up the rest of the runs, allowing six runs in three innings of work. A trio of relievers kept the VSL Rays off the board the rest of the way but the VSL Tigers could only get to within three, including putting a run up in the ninth and putting the tying run into the on-deck circle, but couldn't get any closer. Daniel Carranza did add a two run homer for the club while four other players managed an extra base hit.
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