Detroit Tigers Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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The White Caps took care of Beloit but they needed thirteen innings to do it. Kyle Peter singled home Audy Ciriaco for the game winner and it capped off a four for six game for Peters. He finished the game with two RBIs and a run.
Rudy Darrow picked up the win with a shutout inning and he improved to 3-0. Andrew Hess kept the White Caps in it with three shutout frames in extra innings. He gave up two hits and a walk with two strikeouts.
The White Caps didn’t score in the first eight innings of this but they finally got it going in the top of the ninth. Christopher Carlson drove in a run on a fielders choice to tie it and then Ron Bourquin singled home Justin Henry to win it.
Once again, the White Caps got some excellent pitching. Alfredo Figaro gave up the only run in five innings but even that was unearned and Wilton Garcia and Rudy Darrow each threw two shutout innings. Darrow was particularly impressive because he didn’t allow a single base runner.
The Tigers took care of the Doubledays in an exciting eleven inning pitcher’s duel that saw both teams shut down at the plate. Jonathan Kibler struck out nine in eight shutout inning before he left the game. Then Erik Crichton threw 2 2/3 innings but got into trouble in the top of the eleventh when he put two men on. Rudy Darrow came in and got the final batter out though and he picked up the win.
Michael Sullivan singled home Casper Wells in the bottom of the eleventh for the lone run from either team. Wells finished the game with a team high three hits and for Sullivan, it was his single came on his only at bat of the game. Game two is tomorrow.
Casper Wells had a big day at the plate and he accounted for most of Oneonta’s offense in their 5-4 win over Vermont. He singled, homered and drove in four runs. Justin Henry singled, drew a walk and scored twice.
Rudy Darrow improved to 4-3 on the season. He struck out five in 2 2/3 innings of perfect ball.
Casper Wells singled home Kyle Peter in the bottom of the tenth inning as Oneonta edged Hudson Valley 5-4 in ten innings. Wells finished the game with two RBIs while Justin Henry went three for five with a double, an RBI and two runs.
Rudy Darrow picked up the win with three innings of shutout relief. He improved to 3-3 and he gave up one hit with three strikeouts.
Oneonta hitters put up nine runs on the board but they needed every one of them in a 9-8 win. Casper Wells went three for four with a double, a triple, an RBI and two runs. Micheal Sullivan went three for three with a walk, a double, a triple, two RBIs and a run.
Rudy Darrow picked up the win. He didn’t allow a base runner in two shutout innings and the win pushed his record to 1-3.
Rudy Darrow gave up two runs in the top of the tenth inning as Oneonta lost to Aberdeen 10-8. He fell to 0-3 on the season and it didn’t help that Sean Finefrock was shelled for six runs in less then four innings of work.
Ron Bourquin went two for four with a homerun and three RBIs. Casper Wells went two for four with a solo homerun and two runs.
Oneonta lost to Tri-City 3-1 and the offense never really got on track All five hits were singles and Justin Henry went one for three with a walk and a run. Even Kody Kaiser was held hitless in the game.
Rudy Darrow took the loss and he fell to 0-1 on the season. He gave up one run on two hits and one walk with two strikeouts in two innings of work.
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