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Break out the champagne! Alexis Rios had four hits; Josh Banks had eleven strikeouts and the organization had a winning night.

Richmond 4 Syracuse 9

Syracuse entered this game on a four game losing streak, and having won only two of their last fourteen games. Josh Towers was asked to stop the bleeding. Towers went six scoreless innings and left with a two run lead. In the fourth Rios doubled and scored on a single by the newest Chief Marvin Benard. Gabe Gross was back in the lineup after elbow problems and he singled to drive in Benard.

Mike Smith started the seventh in relief and promptly allowed Richmond to tie the game. But the Chiefs got it right back in the bottom of the inning. Russ Adams doubled, Shawn Fagan walked and Glenn Williams tripled them both home. Howie Clark drove in Williams to make it 5-2. Smith and Bob File gave one back in the eighth but Benard hit a three run home run in the eighth to seal the win.

Benard was 2-5 with four RBI's on his Chiefs debut. Gabe Gross 1-3 with a walk. Russ Adams was 2-5 with a double. Rios went 4-5 with a double. Last night on the Fan JP said that Jorge Sequea has a pulled quad and will be out for three weeks.

Game Story

Reading 3 New Hampshire 2

Cam Reimers started for the Cats coming off four straight quality starts. He delivered another quality start last night but it was not enough to get the win. Reimers allowed three runs in seven innings on nine hits and no walks. Reimers had only one strikeout. Reimers left after seven with the Cats trailing 3-0. NH had some chances early. They had a runner on third in each of the first three ininngs but could not get one in. In the first Tyrell Godwin was caught stealing and that was big when Dominic Rich tripled right after.

New Hampshire did score two in the eighth. Godwin tripled and Danny Solano hit a home run. Stubby Clapp had a pinch hit double with two out in the ninth but again the Cats could not capitalize.

Godwin was 3-4 with the triple, Aaron Hill was 0-4, Rich 2-4 with a double and a triple.

Game Story

Dunedin 5 Sarasota 1

Josh Banks brought the hammer last night. Banks went six innings and allowed three hits with no walks and eleven K's. Banks did allow the first run on a double, a wild pitch and a passed ball. That was the last time Sarasota were in the game. In the third Dunedin tied the game when Jayce Tingler scored on a sac fly from Vito. In the fourth Dunedin capitalized on three hits and three walks to score three runs. After that it was cruise control for Dunedin. Tracy Thorpe pitched two perfect innings and Buzachero pitched the ninth.

Charleston - Off Day

Our Three-Star Selection

The 3rd Star: Marvin Benard, a big debut for Syracuse 2-5 with a homerun
The 2nd Star: Alexis Rios, 4-5, welcome back Alexis
The 1st Star: Josh Banks, six dominating innings

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Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 10:54 AM EDT (#64684) #
Interesting pitching choices for tonight: Josue Matos comes out of the bullpen to get the start for Syracuse at 7 against Richmond. Francisco Rosario gets his second double A start for NH at 6 against Reading. Jamie Vermilyea comes out of the bullpen again for Dunedin at 7 against Sarasota. TBA (I think it's Marcum's turn) gets the start for Charleston against Lake County against 6.

The Syracuse, NH and Charleston (via the Lake County broadcast) are on internet radio.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 11:42 AM EDT (#64685) #
During the TSN broadcast last night, Pat Tabler asked how Quiroz was doing in AAA. Ricciardi answered - "Well, he's got a broken hand."
_R Billie - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 12:09 PM EDT (#64686) #
Has that hindered his throwing then? He can still swing a bat though right? I mean he played with half a lung last year.
_MatO - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 12:35 PM EDT (#64687) #
Anything new on Chris Leonard? Was he not drafted with a bad elbow nearly 2 years ago now? His surgery must have been well before Rosario's but still no sign of him.
_Simon - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 01:35 PM EDT (#64688) #
These sort of days bring a little smile to my face. It seems these last few days/weeks have been rather dreary.
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 03:29 PM EDT (#64689) #
Meto I heard the Chris Leonard had recovered from his Tommy John sugery and was in the Jays extended spring training and would eventually pitch some time soon for the Dunedin Bluejays. I heard this news amost a month ago now so I don't know if Leonard is having any more problems
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 04:38 PM EDT (#64690) #
For anybody who doesn't know Chris Leonard was a possible first round draft choice intill he hurt his elbow just prior to the 2002 draft. The Jays took a flyer on him and chose him in the 8th round. It's been 2 years since he had the Tommy John surgery and he still has not thrown a pitch in other than on the side, which I think leaves room for real concern, after all not every body comes back after they have had Tommy John surgery. I beleive the recovery rate is somewhere between 80 and 85%.
_johnnnyS99 - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 05:33 PM EDT (#64691) #
The Blue Jays Just signed Bobby Estella, provides decent depth in syracuse, since Zaun was called up.
_Sneeps - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 06:18 PM EDT (#64692) #
It would be great if the Jays management would put out a monthy newsletter updating us prospect buffs on the status of all our injured prospects.
_johnnnyS99 - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 06:19 PM EDT (#64693) #
True, but they would have to get pressure from the media, All the buffs are probably here or fanhome. You can probably count them on two hands.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 06:45 PM EDT (#64694) #
I'll do a bit of the NH game. Gavin Floyd hurling for Reading in the bottom of the second.

Aaron Hill struck out, 5 up and 5 down for the F-Cats. Stubby Clapp hit a long fly to the wall in right that was caught.

0-0 after 2.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 06:53 PM EDT (#64695) #
Top of 3:

Rosario pitching for the F-Cats.

Ruiz grounds out to Rosario. Youngbauer lines a single to right. Gonzalez strikes out (Rosario's 4th K). Deschaine grounds into a 6-4 fielder's choice.

Trivia question:

What does Harvey Haddix have to do with the topic of "perfect games"?

(I remembered, but then I am old)
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 06:55 PM EDT (#64696) #
Re: Bobby Estella

I'm glad to see the bluejays are starting to address the lack of offence on Syarcuse with the signings of Estella and Marvin Benard . To expect Rios, Quiroz, Adams and Gross to carry that team straight out of double A was prehaps unrealistic.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:02 PM EDT (#64697) #
Bottom of 3:

Jova (on a 12 game hitting streak)grounds out to short. Umbria grounds out to second. Justin Singleton walks. Floyd has a good pick-off move, and he keeps him close. Godwin strikes out.

0-0 after 3.

Helluva pitching duel. I can do the next 1/2 inning max. Anybody able to take over.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:12 PM EDT (#64698) #
Scoreless going to the bottom of the 4th in New Hampshire. Rosario has struck out 5 through 4.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:13 PM EDT (#64699) #
Gavin Floyd pitching for Reading. No hits for the Cats so far.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:29 PM EDT (#64700) #
First four batters of the Cats fourth reach a full count. Two of them walk (Rich and Hill). No hits, no runs.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:31 PM EDT (#64701) #
Checking in from Syracuse here:

Chiefs get a run against Richmond in the bottom of the second on a RBI double by Gross.

1-1 after two innings.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:33 PM EDT (#64702) #
Rosario starts the fifth. Cats broadcasters speculate that it's his last inning due to pitch count issues (about 75 is the limit they're looking at). Lineout, lined single, grounder forces the runner at 2nd. Lined through the hole resulting from a hit and run. First and third, 2 out. Fly LF. Inning over and that should be it for Rosario; 5 IP 4 hits, 5 K.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:52 PM EDT (#64703) #
Top 3rd - AAA:

Matos pitching, Jurries singles to left.
Velandia drives it to the track in right-centre, Rios makes the catch. Tyner singles to right and Jurries advances to third base.
Orr grounds to Adams, who throws the ball over Fagan's head (Tyner to third). A run scores, 2-1 Richmond and still one out.
A wild pitch then scores Tyner. Orr is on second now and Langerhans is the batter.
A single to centre field scores Orr from second. 4-1 for the Braves.
Arnsberg visits the mound. Hessman, who homered in the second, is batting.
Yet another wild pitch moves Langerhans to second. A grounder to third, the throw from Williams is lost in the sun by Fagan. E-3. Lagnerhans scores from second and Hessman is now on first. 5-1.
Thomas batting. He hits it to left. Guiel cuts it off and Hessman has to stop at third.
Fly ball to right field. Sac fly, in fact, and 6-1 as Hessman scores. Two outs, runner on second.
Ninth batter of the inning up in Lee Evans. Fly ball to Rios and he catches it.

Five runs, four hits for Richmond. Two errors, Fagan and Adams.
6-1 after two and a half.
Almost every at bat was only one pitch long: a delight to type along to.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 07:55 PM EDT (#64704) #
Houston comes in for the Cats and strikes out the side in the 6th - 3 up, 3 down. FLoyd still no-hitting Cats through 6. Scoreless.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:01 PM EDT (#64705) #
Houston continues his strikeout streak - punching out #4 to start the top of the 7th. A 2-2 called third strike makes in 5 in a row. A 1-2 swing and a miss and it's SIX straight K's for Houston. Carl Hubbell, look out!
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:03 PM EDT (#64706) #

I think Peterson and Frederick need to be promoted. The Skychiefs need all the help they can get.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:07 PM EDT (#64707) #
Bottom 7th: Logan hits a foul pop to the catcher. Hill lines a shot to centre but it's an at'em ball. Clapp strikeout.

Gavin Floyd has a no-no through 7, but he's approaching 100 pitches.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:12 PM EDT (#64708) #
As far as I can tell, the Chiefs' lineup tonight is Adams 6, Fagan 3, Rios 9, Bernard, Williams 6, Clark 4, Gross DH, Guiel, Chiaffredo 2.

Bottom 3rd - AAA:

Chiaffredo singles.
Adams singles through the right side. First and second.
Wild pitch, runners advance.
Fagan works the count full and walks. Juiced for Rios, nobody out.
Lexi also gets a 3-2 count, he grounds to the SS who throws it wild. Velandia's error moves everyone around, two runs score. Score it a single and E-6. Runners on second and third, Marvin Bernard batting cleanup now. Glynn warming up in the bullpen and it is 6-3.
Bernard pops it up in foul territory. One out.
Glenn Williams, another full count. Rios stole second somewhere in there. Williams strikes out, the third K for Travis Smith.
Howie Clark, who I believe is playing his natural second base tonight, singles through the right. The throw comes home and Clark goes to second. 2nd and 3rd, 6-4 Richmond, two outs.
Gross bloops one but it is caught for the third out.

6-4 Richmond after three complete in Syracuse.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:12 PM EDT (#64709) #
Top of the 8th:

Grounder to second - Rich makes a great play on it to get the fastest Reading batter. K streak ends at 6. 3-2 curve strikes him out looking. 8 batters faced, 7 K's.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:16 PM EDT (#64710) #
Flare into right-centre by Deschaine (ex-Jays farmhand, acquired in the Gonzo deal). Houston is done; Frederick coming in.

Houston on the season is now 22.7 IP, 96 BF, 16 H, 13 W, 30 K, 2 HR, 1 HBP, 31.3% K/BF. 7 runs so far with 1 on base his responsibility.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:21 PM EDT (#64711) #
Frederick strikes out Howard to end the top of the 8th. STILL SCORELESS.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:25 PM EDT (#64712) #
Top 4th - AAA:

Lost the feed at the beginning...Velandia up with one out and he walks.
Tyner batting, and Guiel makes a nice catch in left field.
Two outs, man on first and Orr grounds it past Clark into right field.
First and second, Langerhans up. He walks and the bases are loaded.
Matos not, sounding good this inning.
A passed ball scores the runner and moves the others up.
The batter strikes out.

After 3.5, 7-4 Richmond. Far from scoreless here, Robert.
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:26 PM EDT (#64713) #
We've always know that Houston had a good arm, but you gotta believe he has really opened some eyes the way he's pitched this year.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:27 PM EDT (#64714) #
This is my first Syracuse there any commercial break on the broadcast? They go quiet between innings, but it seems only for 30 seconds today.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:27 PM EDT (#64715) #
On the 7th picth to Jova, Floyd gets him with his best pitch - the yakker. That's 102 pitches. Umbria hits a high drive to centre ...
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:28 PM EDT (#64716) #
Caught at the track for the 2nd out. That's pitch #103. Singleton works the count to 2-0. Grounder 5-3. End of inning. 106 pitches, no hits, 3 walks.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:31 PM EDT (#64717) #
Top 8th, Frederick returns to the mound. John Castellano, Miguel Quintana, Jeff Phelps due up.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:31 PM EDT (#64718) #
That should be top 9th ...
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:34 PM EDT (#64719) #
RE: AA game. They won't let Floyd throw 9 just for a no-hitter, will they?

Bottom 4th -- AAA:

Guiel is on first somehow.
Chiaffredo grounds out 4-6 but is safe on first.
Adams up again, and he quickly goes 0-2. Chopper to second, Adams out at first. Runner on second, two outs.
Fagan strikes out.
After four, 7-4 Richmond.

Chris Baker goes for the Chiefs tomorrow against Sam McConnell, a 28 year old southpaw.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:38 PM EDT (#64720) #
Leadoff man grounds on a fullcount to pitcher. One out. Grounder 4-3. Two out. Next batter caught looking. 14 strikeouts for Cats picthers today. Going to bottom of 9th.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:40 PM EDT (#64721) #
Floyd is out. I think if Reading had a lead they'd let him go the 9th. 5k 3 W, 0 hits, 8 IP. Lefty Eude Brito in to pitch.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:41 PM EDT (#64722) #
Top 5th - Mark Lukasiewicz (pronounced luke-a-SHEV-itz, if you're wondering) is now pitching for Syracuse.
Matos: 4 IP, 7 H, 2 BB, 2 K. 7 runs, not all earned.

Thomas grounds it to third, out number one.
DePastino strikes out looking.
Evans grounds it back to Lukasiewicz for the third out.
7-4 still.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:42 PM EDT (#64723) #
Floyd is out. I think if Reading had a lead they'd let him go the 9th. 5k 3 W, 0 hits, 8 IP. Lefty Eude Brito in to pitch. Brito has 19 K/4 W in 19.3 IP this season.

Godwin triples into the corner! First hit for the Cats and now we need small ball to win.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:44 PM EDT (#64724) #
Godwin's 4th triple of the year and a nine game hit streak - leads the Eastern League outright. Reading outfield also playing shallow. Count goes to 2 and 2.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:45 PM EDT (#64725) #
Fly RF, goes over the drawn in outfielder for a single. Cats win 1-0!
_Sneeps - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:46 PM EDT (#64726) #
Just lettin' you know I'm following the updates Robert.
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:46 PM EDT (#64727) #
Great game, baseball doesn't get any better!!
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:50 PM EDT (#64728) #
Bottom 5th - AAA:

Rios grounds out to second.
Bernard, full count, ground rule double.
Williams up, and Bernard gets to third on a wild pitch. Williams grounds it to first, a run scores. Two outs, 7-5 ballgame.
Clark makes the final out.
7-5 Richmond.

On the out-of-town scoreboard:
Dunedin is up 9-6 after five in Sarasota.
Charleston is down 5-2 after eight against Lake County.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:51 PM EDT (#64729) #
Floyd's AA numbers (unofficial) 8 starts, 41 IP, 26 H, 16 W (1 IW), 31 K, 1.76 ERA. I'd say he's almost ready for AAA, though his K rate could be a bit higher. However, The Cats broadcasters said that Reading has asked Floyd to limit the use of his yakker and work on his other pitches.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:52 PM EDT (#64730) #
Robert and Rob,

Great stuff. Thanks for picking me up.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:53 PM EDT (#64731) #
Solano drove in the winning run - forgot to mention it. There was talk that he might be intentionally walked, but with none out the DP doesn't help much.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:57 PM EDT (#64732) #
Top 6th:

Lukasiewicz still pitching.
Jurries strikes out.
Velandia strikes out as well.
Tyner grounds it out 3-1. Easy inning.

Still 7-5.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 08:57 PM EDT (#64733) #
Zack Greinke will be making the leap from double A straight to the majors for a start against Oakland on Saturday.

It wasn't mentioned earlier, but the Sarasota team that Josh Banks blew away last night is said to be a fine offensive team, and they seem to be rallying tonight.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:00 PM EDT (#64734) #
With a Jays off-day tomorrow, I should be able to do the Fisher Cats game at 6. Consider this my official "call", as in "I'm calling it." :)
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:01 PM EDT (#64735) #
Mike Green,

Wrong. Greinke has made 6 starts in AAA.
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:05 PM EDT (#64736) #
Re: though his K rate could be a bit higher

Robert I wonder if his strike out numbers would be higher if the Phils let Floyd through his curve ball more often instead of working on those other pitches, probably.
robertdudek - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:06 PM EDT (#64737) #
Robert I wonder if his strike out numbers would be higher if the Phils let Floyd through his curve ball more often instead of working on those other pitches, probably.

Exactly what I was trying to say, but I was being a bit elliptical.
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:17 PM EDT (#64738) #
Bottom 6th:

Ryan Glynn pitching for Richmond.
Gross makes the first out.
Guiel lines a single to centre.
Chiaffredo, grounds ball, and the only play is at first. Guiel to second, two outs. Adams walks. Two men on.
Fagan singles. Guiel scores, Adams to third. 7-6, Chiefs within one.
Rios, 3-2 count and he...walks. Bases loaded for Marvin Bernard.
Kelly, the pitching coach, out to see Glynn.
Bernard pulls a Berg and gets hit. HBP brings in a run, game is tied.
Williams bloops it to centre field. After an error, he ends up on second, and he drives in two. 9-7 Syracuse.
Roman Colon now up in the bullpen.
Clark grounds out to end the inning.

4 runs on 3 hits. After 6, 9-7 Syracuse leading Richmond
_Rob - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:18 PM EDT (#64739) #
Can anyone take over for me? I've got to go.
_goatboy - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:22 PM EDT (#64740) #
Sorry Robert
That'll teach me to read the hole post :)
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:46 PM EDT (#64741) #
It's now 9-8 Skychiefs. Colon on the mound for Richmond.

Gross on 3rd and Adams on 1st, Shawn Fagan up. Fagan strikes out for the third out.

Going to the eighth 9-8 Syracuse.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:49 PM EDT (#64742) #
Robert, I feel really stupid. I read your fine article in on Greinke and other pitchers ready to make the jump from triple A to the majors, and promptly forgot.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 09:55 PM EDT (#64743) #
Top of 8:

Chulk pitching for Syracuse. Radio reception very poor. Evidently the 1st hitter (Jurries) reached. Jorge Velandia sacrifices, runner to second. Jason Tyner struck out looking on a 94 mph fastball. Pete Orr struck out looking.

9-8 going to bottom of 8.

On the out-of-town, it's now 12-10 Sarasota over Dunedin in the eighth. Charleston lost to Capital City 8-2, as Shaun Marcum gave up 5 runs, 3 earned on 7 hits and 3 walks in 4.2 innings. He struck out 5.
_Thorn - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 10:06 PM EDT (#64744) #
It is now 12-11 after 8 in Dunedin. Not a very good night for the pitchers down there. ERA"s are gonna swell after tonight. Seen where Jesse Harper will start tomorrow night down in Fort Myers. It will be a broadcasted game from the Miracle's website. Here's hoping that he is ready to go and has a night to start the rest of his season.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 10:07 PM EDT (#64745) #
Bottom of 8:

Mike Romano on to pitch for Richmond.

Alex Rios (1-3 with a walk previously) grounded out hard to second. Marvin Benard gets hit by a pitch for the 2nd time. Glenn Williams grounded out to third, Benard to 2nd base. Howie Clark walked. Gabe Gross (1-3 with a walk) walks on 4 pitches, bases loaded. Noah Hall up and grounds into a 6-4 fielders' choice to end the inning.

9-8 going to top 9.

It's a final in Sarasota: 12-11 for Sarasota over Dunedin.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 10:18 PM EDT (#64746) #
Top of 9 in Syracuse

Chulk on for the long save.

Ryan Langerhans grounded out to Shawn Fagan unassisted. Mike Hessman (with 10 hrs. so far this season including one earlier tonight) flared a ball to right for a single. Charles Thomas grounded the ball back to Chulk, who tried for the lead runner and had enough time but threw it into centerfield, one out, runners on 1st and 2nd. DePastino blooped one just wide of the right field foul line on 1-1, had a close checked swing at 1-2, and then struck out swinging. Two outs. Vinnnnnnnnie. Evans up, the count goes to 1-2 and Evans grounds out to Fagan.

Sky Chiefs win 9-8.

Chulk does a nice job, save for the error.
_Stan - Wednesday, May 19 2004 @ 10:29 PM EDT (#64747) #
Mike Green. If I remember right Harvey Haddix pitched a 12 inning perfect game for Pittsburgh and lost in the 13th. Am I right?
_JohnnyS99 - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:59 AM EDT (#64748) #
After you hit accept on, to view the latest scores, it just keeps repeating istelf? ANyone else having difficulty viewing the boxscores on
_Smithville - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 01:16 AM EDT (#64749) #
The same thing is happening on the Dunedin Website Scoreboard.
_Jacko - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:14 AM EDT (#64750) #

After you hit accept on, to view the latest scores, it just keeps repeating istelf? ANyone else having difficulty viewing the boxscores on

yep, is busted. I'm guessing whoever wrote their cookie handler screwed up, and you get stuck in an endless loop trying to agree with their new policy (which I believe is related to ESPN scraping their site for data).

usatoday has AA and AAA boxes.

Rosario put up a very nice start. And who the heck is Ryan Houston? Anyone who K's 7 guys in 2.2 innings of relief must have hellacious stuff.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:11 AM EDT (#64751) #
Stan, you're a winner. That was "Hard-luck Harvey Haddix". The run in the 13th scored on an error.
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