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Slugfests and pitching duels in the minor leagues last night, leading to a split for the organization's four farm teams.

Syracuse 9 Richmond 8

Box score

Syracuse Post-Standard game report

An ugly win for the Skychiefs, who got bad pitching from Josue Matos and bad defence from their infielders, but whose bats finally woke up. Hits and runs throughout the lineup; nobody really had an outstanding performance.

New Hampshire 2 Reading 0

Box score

New Hampshire Union-Leader report

Some near-history last night, as top Phillies prospect Gavin Floyd held the Fisher Cats hitless through 8 innings. But after 102 pitches, Floyd’s night was done, and New Hampshire scored the winning runs off a reliever. Good for the Phillies to put development ahead of no-hitters. Francisco Rosario stretched his AA scoreless innings streak to 10. Ryan Houston had a fabulous relief outing.

Sarasota 12 Dunedin 11

Box score

This slugfest did not work out as well as the one in Syracuse. Jamie Vermilyea was hammered in a starting role, and only Andy Torres pitched well in relief. Top hitting prospects Jayce Tingler and Vito Chiaravalotti were about the only D-Jay batters to have off-nights.

Lake County 8 Charleston 2

Box score

Charleston Gazette game story

Shaun Marcum welcomed my designating him as Charleston’s best pitching prospect by getting whipped for 7 hits and 5 ER in 4 2/3 IP. Thanks, Shaun. David Smith had 3 hits for the Alley-Cats.

Your Three-Star Selection:

The Third Star: Ryan Houston, RP, New Hampshire: a fabulous relief effort, striking out 7 of the 9 batters he faced (2 2/3 IP, 1 H, 0 BB, 7 K)

The Second Star: Carlo Cota, 2B, Dunedin: single, double, homer and 5 RBIs to lead the slugging D-Jays.

The First Star: Francisco Rosario, SP, New Hampshire: another excellent outing at Double-A (5 IP, 0 R, 4 H, 2 BB, 6 K)
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Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 10:32 AM EDT (#64536) #
All four games are on internet radio today. Syracuse (Chris Baker) hosts Richmond at 7. NH (Gustavo Chacin) welcomes Reading at 6. Dunedin (Jesse Harper) faces Fort Myers at 7. Charleston (TBA-Mastny?) welcomes the Lake County Captains, at 10:35 a.m (i.e. 5 minutes from now). The Dunedin game can be heard via the Fort Myers broadcast, and the Charleston game can be heard via the Lake County broadcast.

Rob will be calling the NH game. I'll be in later on at 9 to help out where needed.
Gerry - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 10:39 AM EDT (#64537) #
Middle relief is a big weakness for Dunedin right now. Ozuna and Valdez have horrible ERA's. When the Jays do their mid season roster shuffle I expect to see Brian Reed get a promotion from Charleston.

Rosario's outing was excellent. In his first start he had no strikeouts. Last night he hit 98 on the gun and did have six K's.
_Sneeps - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:00 AM EDT (#64538) #
Reading that Rosario hit 98 on the gun, gives us reason to be optimistic about Dustin.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but Rosario must have added a mph or 2 to his fastball since TJ surgery.
_johnnnyS99 - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:05 AM EDT (#64539) #
Topping out out at 98mph and throwing 98mph are both still very diffrent. He still may be averaging 94 or so.
_Dean - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:10 AM EDT (#64540) #
Has League pitched since his start several days ago?
Baseball America has their Top 100 Draft Prospects on their site today, subscription only. They have Weaver as the top pick even though some of their writers doubt that he has the highest ceiling amongst the college pitchers. The three Rice pitchers are all in the top 10.
Gerry - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:14 AM EDT (#64541) #
League started on the 12th and pitched three innings on the weekend. He is probably due to pitch today.
_Jordan - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:36 AM EDT (#64542) #
Jered Weaver has "peaked too soon" written all over him. He was well-regarded coming into the college season, but this incredible run of success was unforeseen and is unlikely to be duplicated. I'd be reluctant to take him with the #1 overall pick.

Even if Rosario is only peaking at 98, a consistent mid-90s moving fastball is still terrific. He probably is throwing harder than before his surgery, but that likely resulted from the conditioning he underwent during rehab, as well as the fact that he was still growing into his body. In any event, the key for Rosario is his masterful changeup, which was his best pitch before the injury. If he regains his touch and command of that, then he's going to be quite something, and it won't matter if his heater is 93, 96 or 99.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:42 AM EDT (#64543) #
The score listed above for New Hampshire is incorrect. The final was 1-0: the Cats scored their only run in the bottom of the ninth when Solano's single over the drawn in rightfielder scored Godwin's triple.

There must be an errant boxcore/linescore floating around on the internet.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:55 AM EDT (#64544) #
Charleston now have a 1-0 lead as they go into the sixth inning. Mastny is pitching the shutout.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 11:56 AM EDT (#64545) #
Incidentally, Mastny has given up one hit through the 5.2 so far with four Ks. The run was on a Snavely HR in the fifth.

(Check the right side bar for the radio link)
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:00 PM EDT (#64546) #
Mastny strikes out the final hitter of the inning; he's got five Ks and only one hit allowed through six.
_Sneeps - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:04 PM EDT (#64547) #
As the leader of the Christian Snavely fanclub, I give a mighty cheer.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:05 PM EDT (#64548) #
Alley Cats sixth : Robinzon Diaz with a single. Joey Reiman singles, Diaz to second. Johnston walks. Bases loaded, nobody out, and Lake County have a pitching change.

Scott Roehl coming into the game.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:09 PM EDT (#64549) #
David Smith draws a walk for an RBI. 2-0 Alley Cats.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:10 PM EDT (#64550) #
Galloway singles. Reiman scores. 3-0 Alley Cats, nobody out, bases loaded. This is fun. Snavely's coming up, Sneeps!
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:11 PM EDT (#64551) #
Snavely singles, the throw is late, 5-0 Alley Cats!

Snavely has 3 RBI and is the early favorite for a Player Of The Day spot.
_Sneeps - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:14 PM EDT (#64552) #
That's my boy!
_Jordan - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:26 PM EDT (#64553) #
Robert, thanks for the correction. It was 1-0; Danny Solano drove in the only run for New Hampshire. The Sports Network boxscores site was down all morning and there are clearly a few bugs floating around the MiLB site. Maybe ESPN has unleashed its hackers in retaliation for the lawsuit....
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:36 PM EDT (#64554) #
It's 8-0 now.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 12:48 PM EDT (#64555) #
Mastny only gave up the one hit. Sandoval came in and has given up a run, it's 8-1 in the 8th.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 01:09 PM EDT (#64556) #
Charleston wins 8-2.
_goaboy - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 01:39 PM EDT (#64557) #
Since there is discussion on Fransciso Rosario and how hard he is throwing you may find this interesting. Todd Ozias was quoted in the
Newhampshire Union Leader as saying " he had the radar gunn on Rasario in the spring and he was throwing in the triple digits, in short 100 mpg plus.

This came as news to me becuase I had always heard Rosario's fastball ranged from 92 to 97. Having a good fastball gives you more opions in getting guys out but movement and a quality secondary pitches are just as important if not more.

I remember Billy Koch used to throw 100 mpg fastballs when he was with the Jays, and he would get hit all around the yard. Why, because his fastball was a straight as an arrow and there was no deception in delivery, good hitters love that kind of pitcher.
_Steve Z - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 01:47 PM EDT (#64558) #
Thanks for the great reports, guys!

Here are a couple more stories making the rounds today:

1. Kevin Gray, Union-Leader, reports on Gustavo Chacin's devastating splitter (as well as the Venezuelan southpaw's new-found prospect status). Gray also notes: "Dustin McGowan, recovering from Tommy John surgery, reported to extended spring training on Tuesday to begin rehab. The Blue Jays are hopeful McGowan can return to live game action in about 12 months."

2. Michael Dailey, Daily-Mail, writes about Shaun Marcum's recent struggles with pitch-location.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 01:52 PM EDT (#64559) #
100 mpg on a fastball? With the price of gas these days, I gotta go out and get me one of those.
_Sneeps - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:05 PM EDT (#64560) #
Chevy Fastball?
_goatboy - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:06 PM EDT (#64561) #
Kevin Gray's article says Chacin throws 88-92. I didn't think he threw that hard.
_johnnnyS99 - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:16 PM EDT (#64562) #
Still no boxscores on, Anybody know the line on Mastny?
_Sneeps - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:19 PM EDT (#64563) #
Mastny's line:

7 IP, 1 hit, 0 ER, 0 Walks, 6 K's
_johnnnyS99 - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:21 PM EDT (#64564) #
Thanks Sneeps!
_goatboy - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 02:21 PM EDT (#64565) #
You know what the best thing about having 100 mpg fastball is? It guaranties you a million dollar contract.
_Tassle - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 03:37 PM EDT (#64566) #
You know what the best thing about having 100 mpg fastball is? It guaranties you a million dollar contract.

It also guarantees that 90 percent of the world can't hit you, and that even if you don't make it you can dominate your adult league
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 05:20 PM EDT (#64567) #
Attention: Blue Jay fans in central and northern New York. Tonight's Syracuse game is available on cable. This goes for all Syracuse Thursday home games for the remainder of the season. COMN for the details.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:03 PM EDT (#64568) #
Today's starters in Manchester, in a few minutes:
23 year old Gustavo Chacin: 3-0, 2.15 ERA, 7 GS, 37.2 IP, 4 HR, 12 BB, 24 K.
24 year old Layne Dawson: One game this season, 6 innings, two runs, 3 walks, 6 strikeouts. He was called up from Clearwater of the Florida State League last Wednesday.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:14 PM EDT (#64569) #
Top 1st -- AA:

Not much to tell. First pitch at 6:10 and three groundouts on 9 pitches for Chacin. No score after four minutes of play.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:32 PM EDT (#64570) #
Bottom 1st - AA:

Dawson pitching for Reading. Godwin singles, then Solano walks. A fielder's choice by Rich (6-4) puts runners on the corners with one out.
JFG walks, bases loaded.
Hill singles to centre and the centrefielder throws it into the third base stands. Two base error, 3-0 New Hampshire.
Logan grounds out, then Clapp doubles Hill in for the fourth run.
Umbria makes the final out on a fly ball to left.

4-0 NH after one.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:38 PM EDT (#64571) #
Whoo-hoo! Go Fisher Cats!

Blue Jay fans in central and northern New York. Tonight's Syracuse game is available on cable. This goes for all Syracuse Thursday home games for the remainder of the season. COMN for the details.

Anyone willing to tape these games for me? I will pay. COMN for e-mail.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:40 PM EDT (#64572) #
Top 2nd - AA:

Chacin strikes out Howard on three pitches.
Castellano hits a moon shot to left field...and it's gone! 4-1 now for the F-Cats.
Barker singles to centre.
Keene also singles to centre. One out, two on.
Suddenly, the tying run is at the plate, but Fleming grounds into a 6-3 double play.

1 run, 3 hits, 1 left for the R-Phils. 4-1 is the score.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:48 PM EDT (#64573) #
Bottom 2nd - AA:

Singleton makes it easy for Dawson. 3 pitches, 3 strikes.
Godwin flies out to centre on the 0-2 pitch. Solano reaches on what should have been the third out. E-6, one on first.
Rich makes it five straight first-pitch strikes for Dawson, then he goes 0-2 and the feed cuts out. He must have made the third out.

No runs on no hits, one left. Still 4-1 after two.

Apparently, Cahoots' Sports Bar and Grill has the best prime rib in Manchester. Check it out if you're in the area.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:54 PM EDT (#64574) #
Top 3rd - AA:

Phelps grounds out to third, a nice throw by Solano.
Youngbauer strikes out, the second for Chacin tonight.
Gonzalez grounds out to second.

Nothing going, still 4-1.

Today's Cahoots Trivia Question: NH Manager Mike Basso's favourite movie features Jack Nicholson. Guess the name of the movie, there are only about 20 to choose from.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 06:59 PM EDT (#64575) #
there are only about 20 to choose from

Jack Nicholson has appeared in 58 films!

I hope it's The Shining.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:04 PM EDT (#64576) #
Bottom 3rd - AA:

JFG flies out to centre.
Hill does something I have never seen before, but it happens a lot. Dropped third strike and he is safe at first. Score it...a K and WP?
Logan strikes out the regular way.
Another double for Clapp scores Hill. Is that run earned?
Umbria bloops it to right, Clapp scores.
Singleton singles. First and second.
Godwin flares it to left. Umbria scores, but Singleton makes the third out at third base.

3 runs, 4 hits, 1 left. 7-1 NH after three.

More hints on the movie: Nicholson is only the secondary star of the movie and one of the most repeated lines in movie history is in it. Thanks to Sideshow Bob, I knew immediately.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:09 PM EDT (#64577) #
Chacin at 3.6 x 10^2 pitches (+/- 3) through three innings. Always account for uncertainty and significant digits.

Top 4th - AA:

Deschaine with the 1-3 groundout.
Howard pops out to Hill in shallow left field.
Castellano grounds out. Another easy inning for Chacin; his 3rd 1-2-3 inning in four innings.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:10 PM EDT (#64578) #
Correction: 3.6 x 10^1 pitches. 360 pitches is all kinds of awful.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:18 PM EDT (#64579) #
Bottom 4th - AA:

Solano, full count, grounder to third. Phelps makes another Phils error and Solano is on first.
Rich grounds out to first, Solano to second.
JFG singles to right and Solano stops at third. Basso is coaching third this inning. Neat.
Hill pops out to shallow right.
Bullpen starting to warm up.
Logan 0-for-13 recently. The only F-Cat who has not reached base today. He strikes out, inning over.

2 left on, no runs. Still 7-1 after 4.
Craig B - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:26 PM EDT (#64580) #
Rob - it's earned if the K was with a WP, not if it was a PB.

Chacin's looking good!
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:32 PM EDT (#64581) #,5936,9344603%255E10431,00.html
Top 5th - AA:

Barker strikes out.
Keene grounds out. Chacin sounds like he's on.
Fleming doubles down the RF line -- wait, Ty Godwin cuts it off. Nice play, held the batter to a single.
Phelps, full count, walks. First and second, two outs.
Youngbauer gets hit. Some trouble for Chacin, with the bases loaded. Uh-oh, tying run is in the hole now.
Gonzalez, 0-for-2 today, works the count full. He hits it far and deep to right field, to the track...caught! Inning over. No runs, 7-1.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:33 PM EDT (#64582) #
Thanks Craig. I've heard them call the play a wild pitch and an unearned run, so I don't know what the official scoring was.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:41 PM EDT (#64583) #
Bottom 5th - AA:

I think Dawson is out of the game, but I haven't heard either way.
Clapp walks on four pitches.
Umbria pops it up for the first out.
Singleton, 6-4 for the second out. No "3" at the end, so Singleton is on first.
Ty Oh My is 2-for-3 tonight, but he flies out to deep centre field.
No runs, no hits, one left. It's an official game, 7-1.

On the out of town scoreboard:
0-0, Richmond vs Syracuse after two.
2-0 Dunedin in Fort Myers, after one inning.
And an 8-2 final this afternoon in Charleston, as reported above.

Oh, and I was going to mention the radio guys were talking about the 50 Worst Songs Ever, but forgot to mention it after putting the link in my name two posts ago. :)
_Thorn - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:42 PM EDT (#64584) #
2-0 after one with Dunedin on top. We have a couple of hits already, and they have none. Harper coasting so far.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 07:56 PM EDT (#64585) #
Top 6th - AA:

Chacin still pitching; only four hits tonight and I lost count of the pitches thrown.
Deschaine grounds it to third and Solano's wide throw is saved by Logan, who dropped a foul ball on the previous pitch. One out.
Howard hammers it to right. It's gone, a mammoth HR and Howard gets his 12th of the season. Only a solo shot, however. 7-2 now.
Castellano goes down swinging. Two outs.
Barker works the count full and he walks. The second walk for Chacin tonight.
Basso comes out to the mound. Ogiltree is ready in the 'pen, and he's coming in.
Keene up against Ogiltree, and he breaks his bat on a 6-3 putout.
1 run, 1 hit, 1 left. 7-2 NH after 5.5.

Final line for Chacin: 5 2/3 IP, 5 H, 2 BB, 4 K, and 2 ER, both solo shots.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:10 PM EDT (#64586) #
Dawson: 5 IP, 7 R, 6 ER, 8 H, 3 BB, 5 K.

Bottom 6th - AA:

"Everybody Wang Chung tonight!" greets us after the break, keeping with the Worst Songs Ever list.
Solano, 6-3 groundout.
Rich hits one onto Maple Street. Homer off Eddie Candelario, 8-2.
JFG walks on four pitches.
Hill flies out to right, Griffin returns to first. Two outs.
Logan doubles, and Griffin goes to third. Breaks a long 0-fer with the hit.
Clapp is...intentionally walked? Huh. Down by 6 runs and they walk the bases loaded.
Umbria steps in. He's batting .500 with the bases loaded this season, and he singles in Griffin and Logan. 10-2 for the F-Cats.
Singleton flies out.
3 runs, 3 hits, 2 left. 11 hits total and 10 runs to Reading's 2.

Anyone want to take over? It's a blowout game, and I've got homework to do. :)
_MrPurple - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:23 PM EDT (#64587) #
Jays just signed Bobby Estalella and assigned him to syracuse. Guess Crash is going to be out for a while.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:25 PM EDT (#64588) #

Chris Baker has walked 3 and struck out six, but a walk, single, triple (for Canadian Pete Orr) and homer by Langerhans, all with two outs, makes it 5-1 Richmond in the top of the 5th.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:26 PM EDT (#64589) #

Hessman strikes out his 7th (Mike Hesseman) to end the nightmare top of the 5th.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:33 PM EDT (#64590) #

Bottom of 5th, Gross pops out on first pitch. Fagan reaches on a Baltimore chop. Hall flies to the track. Adams strikes out swinging.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:39 PM EDT (#64591) #

Baker strikes Thomas out for #8. Baker strikes out another one, which the broadcasters say is #8, so there is some uncertainty about that. Fly to the track - Rios handles it.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:40 PM EDT (#64592) #

Whoops - that's only two out - that explains the mysterious strikeout total. Thomas didn't strike out when I wrote it.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:43 PM EDT (#64593) #

Adams makes a nice play to get the final out 6-3. That should be it for Baker: 6 IP, 5 hits (I think), a jimmyjack, 3 walks and 8 k's. The opposition bunched their production so that is 5 runs (all eraned, I assume).
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:48 PM EDT (#64594) #

Benard grounds out. Rios up: 1-2 count, fouls one. Strikes out swinging - McConnell went inside with the cutter. Estalella up (he hit a solo shot accounting for the lone Skychiefs run so far). Bobby grounds out. End of 6 - Richmond 5, Syracuse 1.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:53 PM EDT (#64595) #
A ball in Fort Myers:

Dunedin leads 4-0 after 5, and Jesse Harper's night is done after pitching a beauty-2 hits, one fly ball and the remainder ground outs and Ks
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 08:57 PM EDT (#64596) #

Lefty Dave Mauer in the pitch the 7th. First batter grounds 4 (Howie Clark) to 3. Jorge Velandria up. Grounds (to Glenn Williams) 5-3. Tyner singles to left. Tyner steals second. Orr up - full count - lined RF, Rios makes a spectacular diving catch.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:03 PM EDT (#64597) #

Bottom 7th, McConnell still working. First two batters ground out. Gross up. 0 for 2 today, trying to extend his on-base streak. Count goes full. Gross strikes out.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:07 PM EDT (#64598) #

Top of 6

Carlo Cota (1-3 previously) walked on 4 pitches. Ron Davenport(1-3 previously) flew out to left-center. Vito (0-3 previously) ripped a ball off the third baseman's glove for a single, Cota to third. Scott Dragicevich (2-3 previously)walked, with the 4th pitch being wild, Cota scored. Jason Waugh (1-2 with a walk previously)grounded a single to left, Vito scores, Dragecivich to third (despite the fact that the throw to the plate was cut). Raymundo takes the count to 3-2, Waugh is running and a ground ball to second scores Dragecivich, Waugh to second. Jose Yepez hits a 2 run homer, and it's now 9-0. Manny Mayorson (2-2 previously)grounds a ball to shortstop who throws it away (the Miracle's 5th error on the night). Medina grounds out to second.

9-0 D-Jays going to bottom of the sixth.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:09 PM EDT (#64599) #
Langerhans leads off the 8th, faces Dave Mauer. Walk. Hesseman up; Langerhans steals second; lines it over short. Runners on the corners, no out. Next two guys make outs. Then the rains come and we're in a delay.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:11 PM EDT (#64600) #

Bottom of 6

Chad Pleiness in to pitch. The first batter(Olczyn)grounds out to Mayorson at short. Verdeck strikes out. Next batter grounds out to third.

9-0 D-Jays going to the 7th.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:17 PM EDT (#64601) #
Switching to AA ...

Well it's over. 10-4 Cats win. Dom Rich hit the only homer of the game.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:21 PM EDT (#64602) #

Top of 7

Cota lines out to center. Davenport lines a single to right-centre. Vito grounds out to third, Davenport to second. Dragicevich lines a single to right, Davenport scores. Waugh lined a single to center, Dragicevich to second. Pitching change, and I've got to go.

10-0 D-Jays.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:29 PM EDT (#64603) #
It was a long pitching change, and I'm back. Jose Yepez up, a passed ball and runners move up, than loops one to right. The ball is mercifully caught.

It's now 11-0 D-Jays, going to bottom of 7.
Mike Green - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:37 PM EDT (#64604) #

Bottom of 7:

Deeds grounds out to Dragicevich unassisted. Guzman flies out to left. Tamburrino hit a little dribbler down the first base line for an infield single. Geiger lined a single to left.

Jordan, where are you? It's time for Daytona Mike stories. My announcer in Fort Myers is really struggling.

Marchand lined out to Pleiness.

11-0 going to 8th, and I've got to go.
_Rob - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 09:42 PM EDT (#64605) #
Dom Rich hit the only homer of the game.

You mean the only F-Cats homer, right? Castellano and Howard both had solo HR's off Chacin.
robertdudek - Thursday, May 20 2004 @ 10:15 PM EDT (#64606) #
Correct. Only homer for the Cats.
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