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Adam Warren Finishes What He Starts; Jorge Vazquez; Dellin Betances Pitches Brilliantly; Michael Solbach; Rob Segedin; Kramer Sneed
Scranton: With Jesus Montero (eye) and Justin Maxwell (torn labrum) out, you would think the Scranton squad wouldn’t hit very much. Well, at least for one night, they proved you wrong. Jorge Vazquez hit his 20th home run of the season, while Adam Warren threw a complete game (!!!!!) six-hitter as Scranton crushed Charlotte, 10-1.
Due to a collision at home plate last Thursday
Scranton: David Phelps was magnificent, tossing seven shutout innings as Scranton squeaked by Charlotte, 1-0. Phelps allowed five hits, walked three and struck out eight. He lowered his ERA to 2.95 (76.1 IP, 76 H, 8 HR, 20 BB, 66 K). Phelps had a 4.15 ERA in five April starts. In his seven starts since,
Scranton: Andrew Brackman was better than last time out, but that’s not saying too much as Scranton got crushed by Charlotte, 8-2. Brackman lasted 5.2 innings, giving up four runs on three hits. He walked four, struck out two, and threw two wild pitches. On the plus side, he didn’t hit anybody. He is 2-5
Scranton: DJ Mitchell had his strikeout pitch working, but Scranton’s bats decided to not show up in a 4-1 loss to Toledo. The Mud Hens scored those four runs on 15 hits. Mitchell went six innings, allowing three runs on nine hits. He walked one and struck out ten as his ERA rose to 2.95
Third baseman. Yep, obviously the son of the former major leaguer
Brandon Laird; Corban Joseph; Craig Heyer; Jairo Heredia is DEALING!; Slade Heathcott Homers; Nik Turley
Scranton: Brandon Laird remained hot, going 2-for-3 with a run batted in as Scranton squeaked by Toledo, 3-2. Laird is up to .276/.308/.393 on the season. After a .184/.213/.289 April, he hit .307/.343/.406 in May and is now 9-for-19 with three extra-base hits in June. He has been hitting lefties well for the season (.321/.357/.472),
1-for-4 as Charleston’s DH on Saturday night
Brandon Laird, DeAngelo Mack, Delin Betances; Zolio Almonte; Robert Lylerly; Brett Marshall; Kyle Roller; Rob Segedin
Scranton: Brandon Laird went 2-for-4 with a double, home run, two runs scored, and a run batted in but it wasn’t enough in a 7-3 loss to Toledo. Laird is up to .269/.302/.389. He is 7 for his last 16 and 16 for his last 42. Daniel Brewer went 2-for-4 with a double and two
Jesus Montero; David Phelps; Corban Joseph; Eduardo Sosa; JR Murphy; Kyle Roller; Ramon Flores; Kelvin DeLeon; Anderson Feliz
A quick rundown of last night. Scranton: Jesus Montero: 2-for-4, double, run scored, walk (.307/.350/.434) Jorge Vazquez: 2-for-4, run scored, walk (.282/.329/.574) Brandon Laird: 3-for-4, double, two runs batted in, walk (.265/.299/.365) Daniel Brewer: 2-for-4, double (.282/.352/.364) David Phelps: 7.2 IP, 7 H, 3 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 7 K (4-4, 3.25 ERA, 69.1
Scranton: Well, at least he didn’t give up any hits. Andrew Brackman lasted one inning, giving up three runs on no hits as Scranton got pounded by Indianapolis, 13-2. Brackman walked three, struck out one, hit a batter, and threw a wild pitch as his ERA climbed to 6.80 (46.1 IP, 49 H, 36 R,
Scranton: DJ Mitchell threw seven shutout innings as Scranton squeaked out a 1-0 victory over Indianapolis. Mitchell allowed five hits, walked one and struck out five as his ERA dropped all the way down to 2.78 (55 IP, 45 H, 18 R, 17 ER, 3 HR, 19 BB, 32 K, 1.25 GO/AO). Ramiro Pena drove
Jesus Montero; Craig Heyer; Pat Venditte; Jairo Heredia Impressive; Walter Ibarra; JR Murphy; Nik Turley
Scranton: Jesus Montero went 2-for-5 with a triple, a home run, three runs batted in, and two runs scored as Scranton banged out 17 hits in a 10-3 win over Indianapolis. Brandon Laird went 2-for-5 with a double and a run batted in, while Jordan Parraz put up a 4-for-5 night with a double and