Detroit Tigers Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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Erie won a shoot out with Reading 9-7 in a game that saw plenty of hitting stars. Maxim St. Pierre went two for four with a three run homer while William Rhymes had a game high three hits with a run.
Daniel Christensen improved to 2-4 despite a mediocre start. He gave up five runs (two earned) on nine hits and three walks with three strikeouts. Brendan Wise pitched a shutout ninth and he earned his first save as a Seawolf.
Maxim St. Pierre had a huge day at the plate as Erie took care of Bowie 9-2. He went two for four with a homerun and five RBIs. Caonabo Cosme went two for four with two RBIs and a run.
Matt Righter improved to 1-1 with a nice start. He gave up one run on two hits and two walks in five innings.
The Seawolves had plenty of hitting stars in their 10-5 beating over the B-Mets. William Rhymes and Maxim St. Pierre were probably a touch ahead of everyone else and they both had a team high three hits. Rhymes drove in one and scored twice while St. Pierre drove in three and homered.
Angel Castro picked up the win just his first appearance for the SeaWolves after he got bumped up from Lakeland. He gave up a hit and a walk in two shutout innings.
The SeaWolves split their pair of games today with Altoona. Game one was a 4-3, extra inning loss that saw Casey Fien give up a walk off solo homer in the bottom of the eighth inning. Benjamin Fritz didn’t get the decision and he gave up three runs (one earned) on eleven hits and one walk with four strikeouts in six innings. Maxim St. Pierre and Jeff Frazier both had two singles and each drove in a run.
Game two was a 9-2 beatdown. Dusty Ryan went two for four with a double, a homerun, three RBIs and two runs. Diek Scram went three for five with a double, two RBIs and a run. Lucas French improved to 2-2 and he gave up two runs on five hits and four walks with four strikeouts in the seven inning complete game.
Erie’s hitters bailed out the pitchers as the SeaWolves belted their way to an 11-10 win. Deik Scram homered and drove in three runs while Maxim St. Pierre went two for five with a double and three RBIs. Freddy Guzman also had a nice game and he went one for two with two walks, a homerun, two RBIs and two runs.
Danny Zell picked up the win more because he was the last pitcher standing. He gave up one run on two hits in two innings of work.
Normally, ten runs and thirteen hits will do it but the B-Mets picked up eleven runs on nineteen hits as both teams put on a hitting display. Andrew Kown took the brunt of the damage and he fell to 1-1. He gave up ten runs (nine earned) on twelve hits and two walks with one strikeout in four innings.
Maxim St. Pierre belted his first homer of the season. Freddy Guzman had a pair of hits, runs and RBIs while Maxwell Leon doubled, drove in two runs and scored.
Erie took two today in two very different games over Bowie. The first game was a pitcher’s dual in which Benjamin Fritz threw six solid innings. He gave up one run on seven hits with two strikeouts while Josh Rainwater picked up the win with a shutout inning in the eighth inning. Jeff Frazier went two for three with two walks while Wilkin Ramirez belted a solo shot.
In the second game, Erie’s pitching wasn’t nearly as good but they piled on the offense. Freddy Guzman tripled and he drove in four runs while Maxim St. Pierre doubled, drove in three and scored a run. Anthony Tomey was the least effective pitcher and he gave up three runs in three innings but he was the one who picked up the win.
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