Minor Night-Cap 6/12/11

SWB W 5-4

Ramiro Pena drove the first run of the game in for SWB when he singled in Austin Krum. Four runs were scored in the top of the 8th two of them when Greg Golson singled in Jorge Vazquez and Brandon Laird. Igawa started the game and got a ND.  Schmidt got the win in relief moving his record to 3-1 on the season.

Trenton L 7-6 F/12

The first run for Trenton came in the fourth inning when Bradley Suttle singled in Corban Joseph.  Trenton scored four runs in the 7th two of them when Corban Joseph doubled in Ryan Baker and Raymond Kruml. Trenton scored one more run in the bottom of the 12th but it wasn’t enough.  Duff got the blown save and Hernandez took the loss moving his record to 6-4.

Tampa L 10-5

In the top of the sixth Zoilo Almonte hit a solo homerun.  Two more runs came in the 8th inning when Kevin Mahoney homered scoring Zoilo Almonte. Taking the loss was Black who falls to 4-6 on the season.

Charleston W 6-4

Charleston scored three runs in the 2nd inning 2 of them when Michael Ferraro doubled in Kyle Roller and Rob Segedin. Two more runs were scored in the 6th when Kelvin De Leon homered in Rob Segedin. Getting the win was Ramirez who moves to  3-2 on the season going 6 innings and striking out five.

About Matthew S.

Avid Yankee fan since birth. I have been going to Yankee games with my father since i was young. I have many memories at YSII including many playoffs and world series games. I hope that you enjoy our blog. Comment often.

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