Contact the Commissioner to get details
on the National SOM League Tournament

 

                                             

* Don't forget to check out the Nielsen report for details about the Greensboro Smoke Block # 3 results.....                          

SHORELINE HIGHLIGHTS or LOW-LIGHTS... YOU MAKE YOUR PICK.

Shoreline goes 1-2 against Stanford with all games being decided by 1 run.

Shoreline finishes April 3-9 at home.  If having Willians Astudillo hit .360 and lead the team with 4 RBIs during 12 games is a highlight, I guess that's the one highlight.

Here's an abbreviated list of lowlights

Team slash at home:  ..168/.254/.266

Shoreline averaged 1.83 run per game and let up 5.17 runs per game

Aaron Judge hit 0.083 with as many RBIs as errors 

Mitch Haniger struck out in 18 of his 40 ABs

Shoreline has more errors (9), more HBP (9) and has hit into as many double plays (8) as HRs (8)

Needless to say, there was a chorus of boo's  - both virtually by virtual Shoreline fans and IRL by GM Moscariello.

John

 

 DATE    VIS  R  H  E  HOME R  H  E     
-----    ------------  ------------     
 4/19    STR  2  8  0  SLS  3  4  2      

 WIN                  LOSS 
 A.Wood (1-0)         H.Ryu (0-1)  

 4/20 STR  3  5  1    SLS  2  5  1 
     
 WIN                  LOSS
 E.Lauer (1-0)        L.Patino (0-1)

 4/21 STR  2 11  0    SLS  1  4  1      

 WIN                  LOSS
 G.Cole (1-0)         L.Castillo (0-3)

 

WEEK # 1 - GAME # 1  MISSISSIPPI BIG ORANGE at GILEAD GUNSLINGERS

Javier Baez had 3 base hits at Jericho Hill Park where the Gilead Gunslingers beat the Mississippi Big Orange by the score of 9 to 7.

Gilead came up with 4 runs in the 5th inning when they came up with 5 base hits. The critical plate appearance was by Miguel Rojas who made the crowd come alive when he smacked a three-run homer.  Mississippi was not lacking for run support as they scored in 5 separate innings, yet victory eluded them as they seemed to forget that pitching is also needed to win ballgames.

Ian Anderson (1-0) picked up the victory, allowing 3 runs in 6 innings. Andrew Chafin recorded the save, his 1st.  Mike Foltynewicz (0-1) was the losing pitcher. 

"I just wanted to give my team a chance to win." said Anderson, "I got burned on a couple of pitches. But we won the game, and that's all that matters."

 

Big Orange...... 2 0 0  0 0 1  1 2 1  -   7  8  0

Gunslingers..... 0 0 0  0 4 3  2 0 x   -  9 12  0

 

WEEK # 1 - GAME # 3  RICHMOND BANSHEES at HOUSTON HAMMERS 

Right fielder Kevin Pillar connected with a winning Home Run, as the Richmond Banshees outscored the Houston Hammers in 10 innings 6 to 5.

Both teams had scored 5 runs after nine full innings.  Richmond won the game in the 10th inning.  Jon Berti drew a walk.  Berti took second on a stolen base.  One out later, Chas McCormick was next to bat, but he was a strikeout victim.  Adam Frazier came up and he drew a walk.  Lorenzo Cain came to the plate and stroked a single scoring the run.  Cain took second on the throw. Richmond finished with 13 hits in the victory. 

Tim Mayza (1-0) allowed no runs in 2 innings, and picked up the victory. Hunter Strickland (0-1) was the losing pitcher in relief.  He pitched 1 and 2/3 innings and surrendered no hits and 2 walks.

 

Banshees........  0 0 3  0 0 2  0 0 0  1 -  6 13  1

Hammers......... 0 0 1  0 1 3  0 0 0  0 -  5 11  1

 

WEEK # 1 - GAME # 3  GREENSBORO SMOKE at ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS

Rocky Mountain Oysters won a dramatic crowd-pleaser over Greensboro Smoke at Centennial Field pulling it out in their last at bats, 7 to 6.

The game was won by Rocky Mountain when they scored a run in the 9th inning. George Springer delivered a one-base hit.  Andrew Benintendi followed and he doubled giving Rocky Mountain the win and sending the home town fans into a frenzy.  Rocky Mountain had 10 hits for the night. 

The real excitement occured in the bottom of the 7th inning, when the Oyters overcame a 5 to 2 deficit.

The inning started off with a harmeless walk to DH Yordan Alvarez. After a force out, George Springer blasted a deep Home Run into the leftfield bleachers to make the score 5 to 4. 

 Alex Vesia came on to relieve, and struck out Andrew Benintendi. Luis Garcia came on to pitch to Whit Merrifield, but Manager Fleischman sent up Riley Adams to hit. Adams hit a routine groundball that went right through the legs of 2nd baseman (2 e6) Tommy Edman. Niko Goodrum came on to pinch run, and promptly stole 2nd base! Trevor Story was the next batter... and he rifled a Double down the Leftfield line on a 2-7 roll, getting a "1" on a Double 1-2 flyB 3-20 which  tied the score at 5 to 5. 

Manager Nielsen brought in Jeffrey Springs to face D.J. Lemahieu, who got a 6-12 roll, GB 2bX. Tommy Edman obviously needed a bigger glove, as the split roll was a "2" for a Single into Rightfield, giving the Oysters a 6 to 5 lead! 

Dominic Leone came in to try to  hold onto the lead in the 9th inning... but... he issued a 2-7 walk to Ryan McMahon, and a Single to pinch hitter Brett Phillips. Manager Fleischman checked his options and match-ups, and decided to leave Leone in the game. It seemed like the right move. The next batter, Tucker Barnhart, hit a Fly Ball to Right Field... but McMahon didn't try to score. Leone was left in the game, but issued walks to the next two batters to tie the score at 6 to 6. Cedric Mullins popped out on a 2-6 roll and Odubel Herrera grounded out 4-11 to 2nd Base.

We won the game in the bottom of the 9th, as George Springer got a Ballpark Single and scored from 1st Base on a 5-6 Double 1-9 with the roll being a 5.

The victory went to Dominic Leone (1-0) who went 1 inning, allowing 1 run. Michael Lorenzen (0-2) was the loser in relief.  He was unable to retire a batter and surrendered 2 hits and no walks.
 

Smoke........... 0 3 0  0 0 2  0 0 1  -  6   9  1

Oysters.......... 0 0 0  2 0 0  4 0 1  -  7 10  0

 

WEEK # 2 - GAME # 1  HUDSON GUNNERS at RICHMOND BANSHEES

Justin Turner cracked a homer at Battle Grounds as the smoking-hot Richmond Banshees won in dramatic fashion, coming back to beat the Hudson Gunners by the count of 7 to 6.

Richmond scored the decisive runs in a big bottom of the 9th inning scoring 5 runners on 3 hits.  The biggest moment was provided by Lorenzo Cain who made the crowd happy when he slapped a base-hit which was good for two runs. Richmond totaled 8 hits on the night. 

The victory went to Garrett Richards (1-0) who went 2 innings, allowing no runs. Sean Doolittle (0-1) was the loser in relief.  He pitched 2/3 of an inning, allowing no hits and 1 walk.

"Now that is what I call fun! I just love baseball, especially games like this, of course," Kevin Martin offered.  "Everyone at the stadium had a great time - did you see the fans go wild there at the end?!"

 

Gunners.......... 3 0 1  0 0 1  1 0 0  -  6 10  0

Banshees........ 0 2 0  0 0 0  0 0 5  -  7   8  0
 

      


A LOT OF HIGHLIGHTS.... OR "LOWLIGHTS" DEPENDING ON WHICH SIDE OF THE FENCE YOU WERE ON.....

Check out the Block # 2 games that featured  2 ONE HITTERS

 

WEEK  6  -  GAME # 3  VOLBEAT GHOST ARCHERS at SHORELINE SOCKEYES

Adam Wainwright delivered 7 solid innings at T-Mobile Park as the Volbeat Ghost Archers beat the Shoreline Sockeyes 1 to 0.

The game was won by Volbeat when they scored a run in the 9th inning.  After an out was recorded, Matt Olson blasted a solo shot.  Volbeat finished with just 4 hits in the victory. 

Richard Rodriguez (1-0) was the winner allowing no runs in 1 inning. Lucas Sims earned his 1st save.  The loss was charged to Brent Suter (0-1) in relief. 

 

Ghost Archers.... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  4  0

Sockeyes............ 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  1  0

 

WEEK  7  -  GAME # 3  FENWAY FAITHFUL at SHORELINE SOCKEYES

Center fielder Mike Trout slammed 2 homeruns and Trevor Rogers took a no-hitter into the 6th inning at T-Mobile Park where the Shoreline Sockeyes beat the Fenway Faithful 13 to 5.

                                     AB  R  H  RBI

         M.Trout  CF          5    2   2     7

Trout provided much of the offense.  He lost the ball over the fence for three runs in the 3rd inning and brought the hometown folks to their feet with a Grand Slammer in the 7th inning.  Shoreline finished with 12 hits while Fenway ended up with 5. 

The victory was credited to Rogers (2-3) who went 7 innings, allowing 2 runs. The left-handed Rogers had his no-hit bid broken up by Carlos Correa who singled with nobody out in the 6th inning.  Tyler Mahle (2-3) took the loss. He surrendered just 2 hits and 1 walk in 6 innings. 

John Moscariello was asked about the performance of Rogers, "I taught him everything about pitching! He had his good stuff out there (for a change) this afternoon.  The fans really get into it when the strikeouts start mounting up - and that seems to give him even more adrenalin."

 

Faithful........... 0 0 0  0 0 2  0 3 0  -    5   5  1

Sockeyes........  0 0 4  0 0 0  7 2  x  - 13 12  3 

 

WEEK  7  -  GAME # 1  FENWAY FAITHFUL at SHORELINE SOCKEYES

Sandy Alcantara had a strong outing and J.D. Martinez blasted a homerun and had 3 RBI as the Fenway Faithful, using better "bait", beat up on the floundering Shoreline Sockeyes 5 to 1..."hook, line, and sinker" at T-Mobile Park.

Fenway scored 3 runs in the decisive top of the 3rd inning with the help of 3 hits.  After an out was recorded, Carlos Correa opened up the rally as he doubled.  Nicky Lopez stepped into the batter's box and he singled.  Martinez then smacked a three-run homer.  That early run support was enough for Alcantara (3-2) and Fenway.  Neither team managed to score after the 4th inning. 

Luis Castillo (2-6) was given the loss.  By giving up 5 runs in 7 innings his ERA increased from 3.12 to 3.54.  The win by Fenway was very good news as they had been 1-9 of late.  Now their seasonal record improves to 16-9.  John Moscariello was pretty down after the loss.  "We've forgotten that the goal is to WIN games by getting more than 1 hit every time we go out to play!"  "We've been sputtering along lately, playing poorly... something along the lines that Fenway was doing (like going 1-9 in the last week or two)... and that simply WON'T GET IT DONE!


Faithful........... 0 0 3  2 0 0  0 0 0  -  5  9  0

Sockeyes........  1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  1  1
 

THE SHORELINE SOCKEYES…..
BETTER KNOWN AS THE 1-HIT WONDERS!

                         

 

 

                                  

 

WEEK 11 - GAME # 3   ROCKY MOUNTAIN OYSTERS at KONA COAST COFFEE GROWERS


Coffee Growers.. 1 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  1  5  2
Oysters............... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  0

ATTENDANCE- 46,873 DATE- Sunday, June 12th 2022

WEB GEMS- Top 5th: Rocky Mountain turns a triple play!


Kevin Gausman struck out 11 batters as the Kona Coast Coffee Growers defeated the Rocky Mountain Oysters by the score of 1 to 0 at Centennial Field.

Gausman (4-6) was indeed brilliant as he hand-cuffed the Rocky Mountain offense.  He was stingy on the mound, allowing just 4 hits and 1 walk in 9 innings improving his ERA from 3.88 to 3.44.  Rocky Mountain proved to be no trouble in the bottom of the 9th. 

Cole Irvin (2-4) was tagged with the loss.  Gausman was asked about his big strikeout performance, 'Well, it's a little odd when you rack up these numbers on the road - and get the cheers from the crowd on the Road. They were keeping a running tally in the stands, just like they used to do at my Alma Mater, Grandview High School. I remember that Manager Fleischman used to Umpire games for us... but that REALLY was a LONG TIME AGO. But it's nice, and kind of strange to have the opposing crowd cheer you on in the game!"

 

WEEK  10  -  GAME # 3  NORTHWEST OHIO FRANCONIANS at MISSISSIPPI BIG ORANGE

Shohei Ohtani carried a no-hitter into the 9th inning as the Mississippi Big Orange defeated the NW Ohio Franconians by a score of 3 to 1 at Zelkind Field.

Ohtani (3-2) dominated NW Ohio hitters.  He gave up just 1 hit and 3 walks in 9 innings.  Ohtani mowed down 15 NW Ohio batters lowering his ERA to 2.45.  The right-handed Ohtani lost his chance for a no-hitter when Brett Gardner singled with nobody out in the 9th inning.  The teams had been locked in a scoreless duel until the 7th inning. 

Mike "Doctor Evil" Mayers (0-2) was tagged with the loss in relief.  When asked about his strikeout total for the game, Ohtani offered, "The fan's really got into it. It is fun to feel their energy up there in the stands. Fortunately, I kept them busy tonight - of course, it would be
all for naught ??????   = (all for naught in Japanese) without the 'W'."

Franconians..... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 1  -  1  1  1

Big Orange...... 0 0 0  0 0 0  2 1 x  -  3  5  0

[1]Big Orange (30-27)      IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA  SCORESHEET

S.Ohtani WIN (3-2)            9       1    1     1      3   15     0    120     2.45  A1 

 

WEEK  10  - ALBANY INTERNATIONALS at CHICAGO MOB

Only an improbable 9th inning rally by Chicago kept this series from being a disaster.

 6/ 1 ALB  5 10  0  CHM  2  6  2         L.Lynn (6-4)          L.Cessa (1-1)
 6/ 2 ALB  7  5  0  CHM  0  4  0        M.Pineda (6-2)        C.Kuhl (0-1)
 6/ 3 ALB  5 10  1  CHM  6 11  1      R.Pressly (1-0)       K.Graveman (1-1)

Game 3 - 9th inning rally:

Albany up 6 - 5, brings in Kendall Graveman to close, with all of a 6.5% chance for a RHH to get on base via a walk. Michael Taylor and Jorge Polanco both ground out which brings up righty Ke'Bryan Hayes who had pinch hit earlier for lefty Kyle Seager. (and singled).

Hayes rolls a corner shot 6 - 2 that finds one of Graveman's walks. up comes lefty David Peralta. The roll is 4 - 8 for a single 1 - 15. Knowing my history vs. Ralph, I start to pack up... but behold!  The split is 11.

Hayes decides to go for 3rd 1 - 13 chance. Why the heck not? It's close but Hayes is safe and Peralta takes 2nd. Up comes Eloy Jimenez with about a 16% chance of getting on base vs. Graveman.

The roll is 2 - 12 for a BPSi 1 - 18. Is this where I get "Ralphed?"

Noooo!!! The split is a 5. Hayes scores the tying run, Peralta has to hold at 3rd. Up comes Nick Solak. Albany brings in Louis Head to pitch. The roll is a 2 - 7, Single 1-19. This has to be where history repeats itself.

But, Noooo!!! again The split is a lowly 2, scoring Peralta with the winning run.


THE WILD RUMPUS BEGINS....
AND THERE GOES FRED TURTLE...
OFF TO BUY SOME "SCRATCH OFF" LOTTERY TICKETS!!

         

 

WEEK  11  -  GAME # 3  NORTHWEST OHIO FRANCONIANS at GILEAD GUNSLINGERS

Miguel Rojas jacked one out of the ballyard and had 4 RBI as the Gilead Gunslingers topped the NW Ohio Franconians by a score of 10 to 5 at Jericho Hill Park.

Rojas had a good day at the plate.  He stroked a base-hit in the 3rd inning, and slammed a 3-run Home Run in the 4th inning.  Gilead totaled 13 hits on the afternoon. 

The win went to Chris Flexen (4-4) who allowed 3 runs in 7 innings. Spencer Turnbull (0-2) was tagged with the loss.  He gave up 6 runs in 5 and 2/3 innings of work. 
 

Franconians..... 0 0 0  2 0 0  1 2 0  -  5  11  0

Gunslingers..... 0 0 2  3 0 3   2 0    - 10 13  2

 

WEEK  13  -  GAMES # 1 - # 2 and # 3  NORTHWEST OHIO FRANCONIANS at HUDSON GUNNERS

 

 6/19 NWO  5 11  0  HUG  4  8  0      C.Shreve (1-1)        D.Price (1-3)
 6/20 NWO  5 12  0  HUG  4  6  0      J.Dunn (2-2)          J.Lyles (3-7)
 6/21 NWO  2  7  1  HUG  6  8  0      J.Happ (2-6)          Z.Davies (0-6)

 

June 19 - Brett Gardner started and ended the scoring for the Franconians with bookend solo shots in the 1st and 9th inning.  NW Ohio put up 3 total runs but Hudson clawed back to tie it in the 6th.  They traded runs in the 7th to keep the score tied before Gardner played hero in the 9th.  Willi Castro, Adam Duvall and Garrett Cooper all homered for the Gunners.

 

Franconians..... 3 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 1  -  5 11  0
Gunners......... 0 1 0  1 0 1  1 0 0  -  4  8  0

June 20 - The Gunners dropped a 2nd straight 5-4 game.  Chris Taylor of NW Ohio had 3 hits and 3 RBI.  The Gunners got 3 solo home runs for the 2nd game in a row.  Willie Calhoun, Willi Castro and Tommy La Stella all went yard.  Justin Dunn went 5 innings giving up 3 hits and 2 runs for the win.

 

Franconians..... 2 0 2  0 0 1  0 0 0  -  5 12  0
Gunners......... 2 0 0  0 0 1  1 0 0  -  4  6  0

June 21 - The Gunners won their 1st and only game during their June home stand.  J.A. Happ gave Hudson 8 2/3 strong innings before Griffin Jax came in to shut down the threat with a strikeout with 2 runners on in the 9th.  Adam Duvall went deep and had 2 RBI.

 

Franconians..... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 2 0  -  2  7  1
Gunners......... 0 1 2  1 2 0  0 0    -  6  8  0


WEEK  12  -  GAME # 3  CHICAGO MOB at HUDSON GUNNERS

The Mob beat up on the Gunners 7-0.  Garrett Hampson went 5-5 with a home run and 2 RBI.  Taylor Hearn pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings for his 2nd win.  Orlando Mercado homered and doubled while Ke'Bryan Hayes went 3-5 to raise his average to .360.  With the loss, Hudson falls to 10-53.  Adolis Garcia went 1-11 with 7 K's and has not homered since May 30th.

 

Mob............. 0 0 0  2 1 0  3 1 0  -  7 13  0
Gunners......... 0 0 0  0 0 0  0 0 0  -  0  4  1

 

WEEK  10 -  GAME # 1  HUDSON GUNNERS at SEATTLE PILOTS
 

Gunners......... 0 0 0  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  1   8  0

Pilots............. 3 4 0  3 1 0  3 0 x  - 14 20  1

ATTENDANCE- 47,852 DATE- Wednesday, June 1st 2022


Enrique Hernandez knocked 2 homeruns and had 5 RBI and Shane Bieber came through with a solid 6 innings at Phelps Phield as the Seattle Pilots embarrassed the Hudson Gunners by the lopsided score of 14 to 1.

Hernandez was spectacular at the plate.  The hometown fans showed their appreciation with a standing ovation his last time at bat.  He smacked a single in the 2nd inning, belted a three-run homer in the 4th inning and clubbed a two-run home run in the 7th inning.  Seattle provided plenty of action in the 2nd inning when they had 4 runs on 6 hits.  Overall Seattle out-hit Hudson 20 to 8. 

Bieber (7-3) was the winner allowing 1 run in 6 innings. J.A. Happ (1-6) ended up with the loss.

 

WEEK  11 -  GAME # 2  WASHINGTON SENATORS  at RICHMOND BANSHEES
 

Senators........ 0 0 0  0 3 6  6 0 1  - 16 15  0

Banshees........ 0 0 0  0 0 0  1 0 0  -  1  9  1


German Marquez dominated striking out 10 Richmond batters as the Washington Senators man-handled the Richmond Banshees - the final score was 16 to 1.

Jose Ramirez enjoyed a fine evening at the plate.  He doubled bringing home two baserunners in the 6th inning and rifled a three-run blast in the 7th inning.  Washington kept the scorekeepers busy in the 6th inning with 6 runs on 4 hits and the 7th inning when they had 6 runs on 6 hits.  Richmond was out-hit by Washington, 15 hits to 9. 


The win was credited to Marquez (7-1) who went 7 and 1/3 innings allowing 1 run. Kenta Maeda (0-1) was the loser.  Kevin Martin was impressed with Marquez and his 10 strikeouts.  "It's tough to generate runs if you can't make contact with the ball."

 

Senators (37-19)               IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA  

G.Marquez WIN (7-1)     7 1/3   5    1   1      1     10   1    105    2.22  H.Neris                            1 2/3   4    0   0       0      3   0      25    2.67  

Banshees (35-24)              IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA  

K.Maeda LOSS (0-1)      4 1/3    3    3    3     5     5   0      78    6.23 G.Richards                      2 1/3    9   11  11    4      2   0      86    7.06 
J.Taylor                             0        2     1   1     0      0   1        8    4.42 E.Swanson                      1 1/3    1     0   0     0      1   0      19    1.93    
T.Mayza                            1        0     1   0     1      2   0       21   6.05  


ATTENDANCE- 40,945 DATE- Wednesday, June 8th 2022

LEFT ON BASE- Senators: 9  Banshees: 6

DOUBLE PLAYS- Senators: 0  Banshees: 0

ERRORS- A.Dickerson

 

WEEK  12 -  GAME # 1  MICHIGAN MARVELS  at RICHMOND BANSHEES
 

Marvels.......... 0 0 1   0 4 0   0 0 5  0 - 10 15  1

Banshees........ 0 0 3   6 0 1   0 0 0  1 - 11 13  1

 

Yan Gomes went yard and had 3 RBI as the Richmond Banshees topped the Michigan Marvels in 10 innings by a score of 11 to 10 at Battle Grounds.

The score was tied at 10 after nine.  Richmond won it in the 10th inning. After an out was recorded, Lorenzo Cain singled.  Jon Berti came next and he doubled giving Richmond the win as 40,471 happy fans joyfully celebrated. Richmond had a total of 13 hits for the game. 

The victory went to Diego Castillo (3-1) who went 1 and 1/3 innings, allowing 2 runs. The loss was charged to Randy Dobnak (0-1) in relief.  Eugenio Suarez cracked 2 homeruns but it wasn't enough for Michigan.

 

            

 

WEEK 14 - GAME # 1  MICHIGAN MARVALS at HUDSON GUNNERS   
 

Marvels......... 0 0 0  1 0 0  1 0 3  -  5  7  0

Gunners......... 0 0 0  0 1 0  0 0 0  -  1  1  2

 

Marvels (53-26)             IP       H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR  PC    ERA  SCORESHEET

C.Burnes WIN (9-2)        6       1    1    1      0    12    1   79       2.21 

J.Kaprielian                      2       0    0    0      0     5     0   25      3.56  

A.Reyes                            1       0    0    0      1     2     0   14      1.25  

Totals                                9       1    1    1      1   19     1  118 

 

ATTENDANCE- 35,130 DATE- Monday, July 4th 2022 TIME- 2:43


Corbin Burnes mowed down 12 Hudson batters as the Michigan Marvels beat the Hudson Gunners by a score of 5 to 1. Michigan pitchers totaled 19 Strikeouts for the Game!!

Burnes (9-2) was solid in the win.  He allowed just 1 hit and no walks in 6 innings.  Michigan rapped out 7 hits for the night. 

Griffin Jax (1-1) was the loser in relief.  Michigan knocked him around a bit, as he gave up 4 runs in 3 innings.  "Everything felt great" Burnes said. "I had a good fastball, it was like pitching to a Little League team. I felt I could throw it by everybody tonight."

 

WEEK 14 - GAME # 2  MICHIGAN MARVALS at HUDSON GUNNERS

 

Marvels.........  0 0 1  0 2 6  0 5 0 - 14 17 0
Gunners......... 0 0 0  1 1 0   0 0 0 -   2  9  2

 

First baseman Yandy Diaz hit for the cycle and had 2 RBI as the Michigan Marvels clobbered the outmatched Hudson Gunners, 14 to 2.

Diaz had a good evening at the plate (ya think??).  He doubled in the 3rd inning, smashed a solo-shot out of the park in the 5th inning, tripled plating a run in the 6th inning and stroked a single in the 8th inning.  For the game Michigan out-hit Hudson 17 to 9. 

Wil Crowe (2-1) got the win allowing 2 runs in 6 innings. J.A. Happ (2-9) was hit with the loss.  He served up 4 homeruns in his 8 innings. 

With this win, Michigan has a division leading 54-26 record.  They have been 4-6 lately.  Hudson can't seem to snap out of their recent "funk".  Now they have a miserable 0-10 record over the last couple weeks.