June 13th Games
AAA Toledo Mud Hens – TOLEDO 8, ROCHESTER 3
36-28, 2nd in West Division
AA Erie SeaWolves - NEW HAMPSHIRE 6, ERIE 1
26-36, 6th in Western Division
A+ Lakeland Flying Tigers – ALL STAR BREAK
33-27, 2nd in North Division
A West Michigan Whitecaps - QUAD CITIES 2, WEST MICHIGAN 1
23-40, 8th in Eastern Division
R VSL Tigers - OFF DAY
9-9, 4th in VSL
R DSL Tigers - ANGELS 1, TIGERS 0
4-9, t-4th in SPM
The Mud Hens picked up an 8-3 win over Rochester on Sunday. Alfredo Figaro gave the team a quality start, giving up three runs on eight hits in six innings of work. He also struck out seven. Daniel Schlereth and Casey Fien combined for three scoreless innings of relief to close the game out. Jeff Frazier led the charge at the plate, belting a pair of home runs in his 3-for-5 outing. Frazier also scored three times and drove in three. Ryan Strieby also added a solo shot, with Will Rhymes chipping in with two hits and two RBI.
The SeaWolves struggles continued on Sunday, as New Hampshire completed their sweep of Erie, winning 6-1. Andrew Oliver took the loss despite turning in a solid outing, giving up three runs on five hits in 6 2/3 innings of work, including a walk and seven strikeouts. Jay Voss had a rough outing in relief though, giving up two runs on three hits while recording just one out. Things were slow going at the plate again, with the club managing just three singles and Andy Bouchie driving in the club's lone run.
Despite an outstanding start from Jade Todd, the Whitecaps still couldn't pick up a victory as Todd continues to search for his first win this season as West Michigan fell to Quad Cities 2-1. Todd gave up two runs on just three hits in eight innings of work, walking one and striking out five. Quad Cities was held to just three hits for the entire game, but two of those went for home runs, and the 'Caps, despite managing eight hits, couldn't match those two runs. Wade Gaynor had two hits and drove in a run for the club.
The DSL Tigers were shut out on Sunday by the DSL Angels 1-0. Luis Hidalgo took the loss, but pitched well, allowing just one unearned run in five innings. Darlyn Duran followed that up with three perfect innings of relief, not allowing a single hit or walk while striking out six. But the offense managed just four singles and was never able to get a runner into scoring position all day. Carlos de los Santos had two of the four hits for the club.
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