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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Minor league report

From Jamie Ramsey:

Bobby Livingston pitches well, but the Bats lose…Phil Dumatrait scheduled to start tonight for Louisville…For the second time in 3 games, a Chattanooga 9th inning rally falls just short…Camilo Vazquez pitches tonight for the Lookouts...Sarasota wins their 3rd straight…Jeremiah Piepkorn collects another 3 hits to extend his hitting streak to 8 games and raise his average to .472…Dayton wins yet again…At 8-0, the Dragons are the only undefeated team in baseball…Chris Valaika had 2 hits and 2 RBI…Drew Stubbs extends his hitting streak to 8 games…Dayton last night played in their 500th consecutive sellout at Fifth Third Field (dating back to the stadium’s first game on 4/27/00).


LOUISVILLE STARTERS IN THEIR LAST 8 GAMES:
4/17 Livingston (L): 6ip, 6h, 2er, 0bb, 6k
4/16 Gosling: 4ip, 3h, 0er, 3bb, 5k
4/14 Bailey: 5ip, 3h, 1er, 3bb, 4k
4/13 Shearn: 7ip, 2h, 2bb, 4k
4/11 Dumatrait (W): 7ip, 3h, 1er, 2bb, 6k
4/10 Livingston: 6.2ip, 5h, 0er, 2bb, 5k
4/9 Gosling: 6ip, 3h, 0er, 2bb, 4k
4/8 Bailey (W): 5.1ip, 1h, 1er, 3bb, 4k
TOTALS: 8 starts, 47ip, 26h, 5er, 17bb, 38k, 0.96era


3 Comments:

at 1:14 PM Blogger Andy.Kuhn said...

those statistics are mind boggling

also, statistics indicate the starters aren't getting decisions. This is worrisome.

 
at 2:16 PM Blogger ScottyJ said...

Hats off to the Dragons!!!

Selling out every home date for 6+ years is impressive in any league.

 
at 3:46 PM Blogger Robert said...

The statistics indicate that the starters aren't getting decisions because of two reasons...

1. No offense
2. Game getting blown by relievers

Those are the only explanations that can be given with pitching performances like this. No need to worry about the starters...worry about the relievers, fielders, or batters.

 
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