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Syracuse dropped their eighth straight last night, but Dunedin broke a five-game skid with a late-inning comeback. Charleston also won and is sitting on a 24-8 record.

Syracuse 5 at Richmond 8

When you've just lost seven games in a row, you tend to rely on your ace starter to turn things around. That doesn't usually involve spotting the other team a seven-run lead after five innings. David Bush was sharp for the first three innings of this game, allowing just one baserunner while fanning four. With two out and two on in the fourth, Shawn Fagan made an error that allowed Charles Thomas to reach base. Bush fell apart after that, allowing four runs on a double and a single before getting the third out. In the fifth inning, Bush gave up a leadoff double, got the next two batters out, and then coughed up a double and a two-run homer. At that point he was replaced by Mark Lukasiewicz. Syracuse made a valiant comeback attempt: Shawn Fagan drove home Noah Hall on a single in the sixth, and Gabe Gross and Simon Pond hit two-run homers in the seventh and eighth. However, comebacks are generally only described as "valiant" if they cannot be described as "successful," and that maxim was true on this night.

Russ Adams was the only SkyChief with two hits (a single and a double). Pond went 1 for 4 with a home run, and Gross went 1 for 3 with a home run and a walk. Alex Rios and Glenn Williams each went 1 for 4 with a double. Noah Hall went 1 for 2 with a double and two walks. Bush pitched 4.2 innings, allowing seven runs (three earned) on seven hits (including the two-run homer) and a walk while striking out six. Lukasiewicz, Vinnie Chulk, and Aquilino Lopez pitched 3.1 innings of effective relief, the only run coming on a solo shot off Lukasiewicz. Lopez hasn't allowed a run in five games (7.1 innings) since his demotion.

Dunedin 5 at Vero Beach 3

Dunedin's game also featured a late-inning comeback, but this one was successful. (You can call it valiant as well if you like.) The D-Jays took an early lead on John Schneider's solo home run in the third inning, and Ismael Ramirez held the lead through five innings. Vero Beach tied the game in the sixth on some well-executed small ball: a bunt single, a single to left, a sacrifice bunt, and a sacrifice fly. It doesn't always work, but it's pretty when it does. Ramirez left after allowing a leadoff walk and a double to start the seventh, and Andy Torres promptly cashed in both runners by throwing a passed ball and then giving up a base hit. However, the baseball gods were smiling on Torres on this day, as they so often have in the past month. With two out in the top of the eighth, Jayce Tingler reached first on an error by shortstop Joel Guzman. After a wild pitch, a single by Carlo Cota, and a two-run homer by Ron Davenport, Dunedin had a 4-3 lead. Scott Dragicevich singled in the ninth to score Rodney Medina (who had tripled) for an insurance run, and Bubbie Buzachero set the Dodgers down in order in the eighth and ninth to preserve the lead. Torres got the win, running his record to 4-0.

Davenport, Medina, and Brad Hassey each had two hits for the Jays. Cota, with a single and a walk, was the only other Dunedin player to reach base twice. Davenport's homer and Medina's triple were the only extra-base hits. Ramirez finished with a line of 6 IP, 6 H, 3 R, 2 BB, 1 K.

Charleston 5 at Augusta 1

Charleston broke out on top in the third inning when Robinson Diaz hit a run-scoring grounder with the bases loaded and one out. Ramon Mora got the start for Charleston and was wild, though effectively so. He allowed the Greenjackets to tie the game in the fourth thanks to a double, a wild pitch, and a passed ball, but he didn't permit another run in six innings of work. Mora surrendered three hits, two walks, two hit batsmen, and the wild pitch and passed ball; he only recorded a single strikeout. Charleston pushed four runs across the plate in the late innings to pull ahead for good. The run-scoring plays were pretty diverse, ranging from Eric Arnold's RBI double to Robinson Diaz's bases-loaded infield hit to Ryan Roberts' bases-loaded walk to Christian Snavely's RBI single. Davis Romero and Brian Reed closed the game out for Charleston.

Every AlleyCat reached base at least twice except for Clint Johnston (who had a frustrating game, going 0 for 5 with a strikeout and an inning-ending bases-loaded double-play ball in the seventh) and Brian Patrick (1 for 5). Arnold and Mike Galloway each chipped in a double. Charleston totalled ten hits and seven walks on the night.

Links of the Day

The fabulous site has a feature on Josh Banks.

Today's Games

Syracuse (Sean Douglass) at Richmond (ATL), 7:00 PM
New Hampshire (Ryan Houston and Todd Ozias) at Trenton (NYY), 11:05 AM and 2:05 PM (doubleheader)
Dunedin (Kurt Isenberg) at Vero Beach (LAD), 7:00 PM
Charleston (Danny Core) at Augusta (BOS), TBA

Projected starters are based on educated guesses. Which is to say, take them with a grain of salt, and correct me if I'm wrong.

Three-Star Selection!

Our Third Star: Gabe Gross, Syracuse. One for three with a two-run home run and a walk. On May 1, Gross was hitting .233/.263/.301 with 3 BB and 20 K in 73 AB. Since then, he's hit .321/.424/.500 with 5 BB and 2 K in 28 AB.
Our Second Star: Bubbie Buzachero, Dunedin. Short relievers don't often win stars, but Buzachero earned it on this night with an old-school two-inning save. He came into the game with a one-run lead and retired all six batters that he faced, fanning half of them.
Our First Star: Ron Davenport, Dunedin. His two-out, two-run home run in the eighth inning gave Dunedin a come-from-behind victory. He also chipped in a single.
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_Smithville - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:01 AM EDT (#66512) #
Good article on Josh Banks. It is a must read. There are also links to other articles on the page. One of them is for the top minor league outfilders with Rios coming in at number 3.
_coliver - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 08:00 AM EDT (#66513) #
Speaking of minor league pitchers, have you seen you effective Franklyn Gracesqui has been since his callup by Florida. He will probably be the last St. Catherines Stomper to make it to the show!
_MatO - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 08:50 AM EDT (#66514) #
When does the free Andy Torres campaign begin?
Gerry - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:01 AM EDT (#66515) #
David Bush and Marty Pevey were both ejected last night. The game report is an interesting read, looks like a wild night at the ballpark.

COMN for the report.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:22 AM EDT (#66516) #
Syracuse is not as bad a ball club as they look now. They've lost their #1 catcher to injury and their #2 catcher to promotion as a result of injury to Myers. The core of this club is basically the same as last year's New Haven team that won the division. The gap between double A and triple A is not that large.
_johnnnyS99 - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:53 AM EDT (#66517) #
Outside of Dominic Rich and a recent hot streak by Tyrell Godwin, the Double A offence has been horrible.
_Doom Service - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 10:21 AM EDT (#66518) #
There's a few other ex-Stompers still kicking around with an outside chance of getting the call..... Paul Chiafreddo, Jose Umbria, Luis Rodriguez are all just one or two injuries away from getting a call... though it's not very likely. There's a few other ex-Stompers still kicking in Indy ball, with at least a "until they rip this uniform off my back" chance...Ben Candelaria, Tim Cain, Stoney Briggs...
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 10:31 AM EDT (#66519) #
Vito's elbow must be really bad. He struck out 3 times in 4 PAs last night, continuing a trend over the last 3 weeks. It's a real shame, because I think he's a heckuva hitter, but his age and his injury are going to make it hard for him to make it.
Gerry - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 12:03 PM EDT (#66520) #
The Fisher Cats play a doubleheader today. I cannot connect to the internet broadcast but I see the Cats are up 3-0 in the second.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 12:15 PM EDT (#66521) #
One more note on last night's Charleston game. Ryan Roberts hit out of the leadoff slot and reached base 4 times.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 12:24 PM EDT (#66522) #
If we need reporters, I'll take the first part of the second NH game at 2:00.
Gerry - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 12:58 PM EDT (#66523) #
NH still up 3-0 after five.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:02 PM EDT (#66524) #
Rob, we always need reporters. I'll try to pitch in at 3:30 or so. An outdoor painting job awaits, and the sun is shining in TO so we'll see how fast I can get it done.

The F-Cats are ahead 3-0 after 5 behind Todd Ozias. COMN for more info on this minor-league warrior. He's another relief-to-start conversion that seems to be taking. Obviously, he's way too old to be a prospect, but with pitchers you just never know.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:09 PM EDT (#66525) #
I can only report until 3:30, so that worked out perfectly! Did you plan this or something? :)
_Sneeps - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:12 PM EDT (#66526) #
Trenton scores 3 in the bottom of the 6th.

Tie game.
_Sneeps - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:27 PM EDT (#66527) #
FisherCats have 5 runs on 6 hits in the Top of the 7th. Only 2 outs in the inning I believe.
_Sneeps - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:34 PM EDT (#66528) #
The Clapp doubles 2 more men in.

10-3, inning over.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:46 PM EDT (#66529) #
Sneeps, thanks for the updates but does it have to be "the Clapp"? With "Stubby Clapp", the possibilities for a moniker that you can explain to your children without wincing are endless.

I guess you missed our discussion about insulting and insinuating nicknames in the context of Terry Adams. "Back End" and "Bad Patch" were ruled out. I pointed out that Babe Ruth was not called the "Sultan of Swig".
_Sneeps - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 01:51 PM EDT (#66530) #

I'll tone 'er down.

How's about, "The Stubb"?
_Ryan01 - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:11 PM EDT (#66531) #
BA has a McGowan interview in today's daily dish. COMN
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:12 PM EDT (#66532) #
Lineups and pitchers for the second game of the Cats' DH:

NH Lineup: Godwin 9, Solano 5, Rich DH, Griffin 7, Logan 3, Hill 6, Valencia 2, Clapp 4, Singleton 8
TRE Lineup: Reese 8, Cano 4, Navarro DH, Melian 9, Rifkin 3, Jones 7, Olivares 6, Fuentes 2, Stotts 5
Pitchers: Ryan Houston vs Rik Currier
_JohnnyS99 - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:15 PM EDT (#66533) #
Any word on this Victor Valencia guy?
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:20 PM EDT (#66534) #
AA - Top 1st:

First pitch at 2:15 pm ET is a strike.
Godwin grounds back to the pitcher.
Solano takes a strike, then flies out to deep centre.
Rich works the count full and walks.
JFG, 1-2 pitch, grounds out to second base.
No score.
Gerry - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:21 PM EDT (#66535) #
Valencia is a well travelled catcher. NH would be at least his twelfth team and fourth organization. With injuries to Myers and Quiroz the Jays needed help.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:28 PM EDT (#66536) #
AA - Bottom 1st:

Reese grounds out to Clapp at second.
Hill makes a good play to stop Cano's groundball but he rushed his throw over Logan's head at first. Single and E-6, man on second.
Navarro takes three straight balls, then he grounds out to Hill, who makes the play this time. Two outs, Cano to third.
Melian pops it up to Clapp.
No score after one.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:39 PM EDT (#66537) #
AA - Top 2nd:

Logan strikes out on the 3-2 pitch.
Hill grounds it to Cano, and the ball is stuck in the latter's glove. E-4, Hill on first.
Valencia strikes out.
Another full count to Clapp, and he strikes out.
3 K's for Currier, still no score.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:51 PM EDT (#66538) #
AA - Bottom 2nd:

Rifkin strikes out.
Jones hits it deep, but foul. He then strikes out.
Teuris Olivares (how's that for a name?) walks.
Olivares steals second and takes third on an error charged to either Rich or Valencia.
Fuentes works the count full and walks. First and third, two outs.
Stotts strikes out.
Two walks and 3 strikeouts for Houston, still no score.

The Trenton hitters are patient; all 9 PA's have been at least three pitches.
_Carl T. - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:53 PM EDT (#66539) #
How could the error go to Rich? Thought he was the DH.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:54 PM EDT (#66540) #
Ah yes. Thanks for the correction. If it's E-4, then Clapp had the error.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:55 PM EDT (#66541) #
Rob, I'll definitely be here at 3:30. Did you notice the Trenton pitcher who hurled in the first game- Villegas? In the 80s, if you told me that Shawn Hillegas would have a rhyming compatriot on the mound in the future, I'd have offered you a bet.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 02:58 PM EDT (#66542) #
AA - Top 3rd:

Singleton, who has tripled in his three previous games, does himself one better and homers over the left field wall. He now shares the team HR lead with JFG. Not bad for a #9 hitter. 1-0 for New Hampshire.
Godwin grounds out.
Solano swings and misses. Two outs.
Rich grounds out to the pitcher.
1-0 NH.

Today's Cahoots Sports Bar and Grill Trivia Question: Who hit the first homerun in NH Fisher Cats' history? A great no-prize to the first Bauxite to answer correctly.

And the error was an E-4, so Stubbs is charged.
Gerry - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:05 PM EDT (#66543) #
Rob Cosby
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:11 PM EDT (#66544) #
AA - Bottom 3rd:

Reese hits a rocket to left and chugs into second base.
Cano, another full count. He walks. Two on, nobody out for Navarro.
Rick Adair goes out to talk to Ryan Houston.
Navarro takes three straight balls -- bullpen starts to stir -- and Houston walks another.
Bases loaded and nobody out for Jackson Melian.
Melian hits a fly ball to right. Godwin catches it and a run scores on the sac fly. Tied at 1, with runners on the corners and one out.
A passed ball moves Navarro to second. A ground ball, hit to first by Rifkin, Logan holds the runner at third and steps on the first base bag. Nice play by Logan, two outs now.
Jones flies out to Ty in right.
Score tied at one after three innings.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:19 PM EDT (#66545) #
AA - Top 4th:

JFG grounds out to the shortstop.
Logan strikes out...again.
Hill homers to left, 2-0 F-Cats. Two hits for New Hampshire; two solo HR's
Valencia strikes out...again.
2-0 for New Hampshire. I haven't heard an answer to the CSBGTQ yet, neither do I know, but Cosby sounds right.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:24 PM EDT (#66546) #
AA - Bottom 4th:

The Lucky Ryan Houston (name not yet official) continues to pitch.
Olivares strikes out. One out.
Fuentes hits it well right to Singleton in centre. Two outs.
Stotts flies out to right. Three outs.
2-0 Cats through four.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:30 PM EDT (#66547) #
AA - Top 5th:

Clapp skies one to right.
Singleton strikes out.
Godwin smokes one down the RF line, but it is caught for the final out.
Nothing special in this inning.

So close, Gerry. It was Robert Cosby. ;-)
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:32 PM EDT (#66548) #
And on that note, I must go. Mike, the thread is yours.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:32 PM EDT (#66549) #
Rob, I'm here and trying to get a connection, but all I'm getting is a talk radio show out of NH and old pop out of Trenton. I'll keep working on it.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:35 PM EDT (#66550) #
COMN for the link I used, that you may or may not have tried.
_Miike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:42 PM EDT (#66551) #
Got it now. In the bottom of the 5th, which I missed, Trenton scored a run, 2-1 going into the 6th.

Giuliano in to pitch for Trenton

Top of 6th: Danny Solano lined out to short on a 3-1 pitch. Dominic Rich flared one to left, but it was caught by Jones after a long run. JFG on a 0-2 grounded to second.

2-1 F-Cats after 5 and 1/2.

Note to sneeps: The Stubb is fine by me.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 03:56 PM EDT (#66552) #
Bottom of 6:

Jordan DeJong in to pitch for NH.

Rifkin led off and lined a single to right on a 3-2 pitch. Mitch Jones struck out, and was not happy with the call on the third strike. No one is warming in the NH bullpen (I guess Peterson is being used in the modern closer role-1 inning max.). Olivares grounds a ball weakly past DeJong, but Hill makes a nice play to get him at first, Rifkin going to second. Still no one up in the bullpen. Fuentes worked the count to 3-2, hit the ball a mile but 10-12 feet foul, and then hit a short fly to Singleton in center.

2-1 F-Cats end of six.

A little insurance please and then Peterson time.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 04:09 PM EDT (#66553) #
Top of 7:

Peterson warming.

Logan grounded out to the pitcher. New pitcher, Charlie Isaacson, in for Trenton. Aaron Hill walked on 4 pitches. He's got a 7 game hitting streak after his earlier homer. Valencia singles on the ground to centerfield, Hill to second. Stubby Clapp struck out swinging. Justin Singleton struck out swinging.

2-1 F-Cats to the bottom of the 7th.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 04:21 PM EDT (#66554) #
Bottom of 7 in Trenton:

Adam Peterson in to pitch for NH. Weber, pinch-hitting, popped up to Aaron Hill. Kevin Reese singled on the ground up the middle. Robinson Cano lined out hard to right. Dioner Navarro up. How's this for a textbook ending to a game? The count runs to 2-2, and Peterson blows one by Navarro, and gets the save.

2-1 final for F-Cats.

I was glad to hear of Hill's homer. The power is coming now.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 04:35 PM EDT (#66555) #
Any takers for tonight's Syracuse game? I might be able to help out later on.
_Jeff Geauvreau - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 06:09 PM EDT (#66556) #
Sorry Guys my son and daughter are under the weather. I don't think I will be available to help tonight.
_Thorn - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 06:10 PM EDT (#66557) #
Just a couple of questions for the night group. Why is it that McGowan was not with the New Hampshire team today? Has he left town without saying goodbye and for what reason? If he is gone who will replace him? Harper has been ready for a couple of weeks now but is down in Florida throwing to a bunch of first year guys. Could they be holding him back with an "injury" so we can remove him from the 40 man in order to move someone else on it. You know we do have some young arms that need protecting next year? If he is "damaged" then maybe we can slide him through to next year without paying him 40 man money and clear up a spot on the 40 man. Is Rosario ready to come up to AA even though he is throwing very average so far? Maybe we need a "name" to come up there for some reason.Could it be that Banks is ready to move somewhere? Maybe I am just paranoid.
_Ducey - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 06:55 PM EDT (#66558) #
I am not sure but I don't think they need to put Harper on the 40 man until next year as he is a 2002 draftee. Maybe they are waiting to start him slowly in Pulaski or Auburn which start in June.

McGowan may have been sent to Syracuse (they did dump Bruce Chen last week) or maybe he has an in grown toe nail. Who knows? It would surprise me if he got he call given he has been roughed up a little lately.

I get the sense the Jays are likely to be very slow to move guys up unless they show sustained dominance.
_Thorn - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 07:23 PM EDT (#66559) #
Wrong Harper. I was talking about Jesse Harper. He is on the 40 man but has been landlocked in extended spring.
_John Neary - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 07:32 PM EDT (#66560) #
Er, make that "Lopez has allowed two runs in 7.1 innings since his demotion" in the body of the thread.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 08:46 PM EDT (#66561) #
Richmond 4 Syracuse 3 heading into the bottom of the 6th. Skychiefs went 1-2-3 in the top of the 6th.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 08:52 PM EDT (#66562) #
Richmond strands a couple of runners in the bottom of the 6th. One man reached on an Adams error. Langerhans grounded out to Fagan who made the unassisted play to end the threat. Still 4-3 Richmond after w 6. Pitching change for Richmond for the top of the 7th. Colon in for Aguilar.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 08:57 PM EDT (#66563) #
Top 7th - Hall draws a lead-off walk. Guiel flies out to centre and Hall gets doubled off at 1st after a hit and run. Play-by-play man for the Skychiefs is miffed. He didn't say it but he more or less wondered what Hall was thinking. Whittaker flies out to Langerhans to end the inning. Still 4-3 Richmond.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:03 PM EDT (#66564) #
Bottom 7th- Mike Smith now on in relief for Syracuse. Despite a record of 1-2 and an OBA of .375, his ERA is still 0.00 heading into the inning.

Richmond's Hessman leads off with a single to centre past a diving Glenn Williams.

Hessman erased on a fielder's choice after on a 4-6 fielder's choice. Thomas reaches first for Richmond. Green flies out to Noah Hall in left for the 2nd out.

Thomas caught stealing as Whittaker makes the peg to Williams at 2nd base to end the inning.

Richmond 4 Syracuse 3 heading to the top of the 8th.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:06 PM EDT (#66565) #
It's going to the top of 8 in Richmond. #2JBrumfield, thanks, are you OK there?
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:13 PM EDT (#66566) #
Top 8th - Richmond's Roman Colon still on the mound.

* Russ Adams leads off and draws a 4 pitch walk, reaching base for the 3rd time tonight after a hit and an HBP.
* Shawn Fagan grounds into 5-4-3 double play

Matt Whiteside on in relief of Colon after 1 2/3 innings of scoreless relief.

Skychiefs led this game 3-0 at one point. Rios drove in a run on a fielder's choice. Pond's sac fly scored the 2nd run. And a 2 bagger by Fagan scored the 3rd run.

* Rios strikes out swinging to end the inning.

Richmond 4 Syracuse 3.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:20 PM EDT (#66567) #
Bottom 8th. File now on in relief of Smith.

* First hitter for Richmond (missed his name) fouled out to Fagan for the first out.
* Valendia flies out to Guiel in right for the 2nd out.
* Terveen singles past Fagan down the line but Guiel holds Terveen to a single.
* Next batter hits into fielder's choice to end the inning.

Still 4-3 Richond heading to the top of the 9th.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:20 PM EDT (#66568) #
Bottom 8th. File now on in relief of Smith.

* First hitter for Richmond (missed his name) fouled out to Fagan for the first out.
* Valendia flies out to Guiel in right for the 2nd out.
* Terveen singles past Fagan down the line but Guiel holds Terveen to a single.
* Next batter hits into fielder's choice to end the inning.

Still 4-3 Richmond heading to the top of the 9th.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:21 PM EDT (#66569) #
Sorry Mike. I just saw your post now. I thought I'd try my hand at this for a change seeing no one else was doing so.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:26 PM EDT (#66570) #
#2JBrumfield, you're doing great. And we have some excitement, Pond on 3rd, 1 out, Gabe Gross at the plate.
Mike Green - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:27 PM EDT (#66571) #
And Gabe comes through with a base hit...and take it away #2JBrumfield.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:40 PM EDT (#66572) #
Unfortunately, my connection just crapped out and I can't get it back. I'm trying the Syracuse and Richmond sites but no dice. I guess it's up to you Mike. It figures. It crapped out after Gross' single. I'll keep trying though.
_Rob - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:49 PM EDT (#66573) #
I'm an idiot...trying to figure out why I can't connect to the Chiefs game. *hits forehead* Hard to listen to the game when THE GAME IS OVER!. :) 6-4 Syracuse, final.
_#2JBrumfield - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 09:54 PM EDT (#66574) #
Great, I missed the best part of the game!!! Oh well! Skychiefs win! Skychiefs win!! Finally. Prior to tonight, they hadn't won since I paid a visit to Syracuse when they beat Rochester two Saturdays ago. Hopefully, this'll turn them around. Now to turn my full attention to the Jays game.
_Sneeps - Tuesday, May 11 2004 @ 11:35 PM EDT (#66575) #
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