Detroit Tigers Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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It was another ugly beatdown and while Jon Kibler didn’t have his best start, Jay Voss was simply pummelled for seven runs in 1 2/3 innings. He took the loss and fell to 0-1 while Kibler walked away with a no decision.
Justin Henry hit a three run home run in the 11-5 loss. Cale Iorg with one for four with a solo home run and two runs.
Lauren Gagnier improved to 2-0 with a really nice start in the SeaWolves 7-2 win over Bowie. He gave up just two runs on four hits and a walk with seven strikeouts in 7 1/3 innings. Brendan Wise also had a nice outing and he struck out one in 1 1/3 innings of shutout relief.
Andy Dirks went two for four with two runs and an RBI. Cale Iorg doubled and scored two runs.
The SeaWolves have found their groove now and last night they won their third straight game. Jon Kibler improved to 1-2 with a solid start. He gave up three runs (two earned) on five hits and a walk with four strikeouts in seven innings. Luis Marte pitched two shutout innings and he struck out three to pick up his first save of the season.
Andy Dirks, Wilkin Ramirez and Deik Scram all went yard in the 5-3 win. Ramirez went three for five with a double, a home run, two RBIs and two runs.
After losing their first eight games, Erie has now won their last two and this time it was behind a nice outing by Andrew Oliver. He gave up just a run on three hits and two walks with three strikeouts in six innings. Brooks Brown picked up his first save with three innings of solid relief. He gave up a run on three hits with two strikeouts.
Cale Iorg went one for three with a home run, two runs and two RBIs. Andy Dirks went two for four with two RBIs and a run in the 8-2 win.
The SeaWolves finally picked up their first win of the season and they did it in dramatic fashion. After the pen gave up two runs in the top of the ninth to give up the lead, Max St. Pierre then belted a two run walk off home run in the bottom of the ninth to win it. It was nice because a solid start by Thad Weber almost went to waste. He gave up a run on one hit and three walks with three strikeouts in six innings. Ryan Ketchner picked up the win despite giving up four runs in three innings of relief.
St. Pierre had a big day at the plate. The walk off home run was his second home run of the game and he finished three for four with three runs and three RBIs. Shawn Roof went two for three with a run.
The SeaWolves rough start continued as they were held to just three hits in a 2-0 loss to the B-Mets. Cesar Nicolas was the hitting star with a single and two walks.
A solid start by Jon Kibler went to waste. He gave up a run on seven hits and four walks with three strikeouts in six innings. The loss drops his record to 0-2 on the season.
Over the weekend it was Trenton and now it’s the B-Mets. The SeaWolves dropped their fifth straight to open the season although at least this time they scored some runs. Deik Scram belted a three run blast to provide most of the offense while Santo De Leon hit a solo home run.
Andrew Oliver took the loss in a rough start. He gave up six runs (five earned) on six hits and four walks with four strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings. Brendan Wise had a solid outing and he pitched 2 1/3 innings of shutout relief.
It was another tough day at the plate at the SeaWolves hitters were held in check in a 4-1 loss to the Thunder. Jeff Kunkel tripled and scored the lone run while Shawn Roof singled Kunkel home.
Duane Below fell to 0-1 in the loss. He gave up three runs on four hits with seven strikeouts in four innings. Ryan Ketchner gave up a run on four hits in three innings of relief.
A pretty good start by Jon Kibler went to waste as the Seawolves dropped their first game of the season 4-0. Kibler gave up two runs (one earned) on three htis with five strikeouts in five innings. Brendan Wise also had a nice outing and he threw 2 2/3 shutout innings without giving up a hit.
The batters only managed two singles. Andy Dirks and Wilkin Ramirez had the hits while Max St. Pierre drew the lone walk.
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