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The affiliates went 2-2 on the night with a NH rainout.

Durham 4 at Syracuse 1

The Chiefs bats were quiet yesterday as Syracuse just had five hits.  The Chiefs, down 4-0, mounted a comeback in the bottom of the 8th loading the bases on a double by Phillips, walk by Hattig and a Rob Cosby single to load the bases.  Ryan Roberts then grounded into a 5-4-3 double play with the bases loaded and Lydon grounded out to end the inning.

Rosario got the start for Syracuse.  He gave up 4 runs and 9 hits (7 singles and 2 doubles) in 6 innings, but struck out 8 and walked no Bulls.


New Hampshire - Rain Out


Dunedin 3 at Fort Myers 0

Orlando Trias pitched 5 1/3 strong innings for the Jays allowing just 5 baserunners and striking out 6.  Dunedin banged out 12 hits on the night with Davenport, Neilsen, Diaz, and Matthews each having 2 hits.


Lansing 2 at Quad Cities 4 (game 1).  Lansing 6 at Quad Cities 1 (game 2)

In the first game the Nuts had just 4 hits (and 4 errors, ouch!).  Brian Pettway had the big hit with a 2 run HR in the 1st inning.  AJ Wideman started for Lansing and gave up 2 runs over 5 innings striking out 4 and walking 2.

Game two saw Chi-Hung Cheng take the mound.  Cheng gave up a home run for Quad City's only run, and struck out 4 in 5 innings.  Anthony Hatch had 2 doubles in 3 ABs, and Anthony Garibaldi also had two hits (I was dying for another Anthony on this team so I could make a Tony, Toni, Tone has done it again reference - wait, I already did!).


Three Stars!

3 -  Brian Pettway

2 - Anthony Hatch

1 - Orlando Trias

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Mike Green - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 05:13 PM EDT (#146277) #
Starters for tonight are: Josh Banks (Syracuse), Kyle Yates (New Hampshire) and Robert Ray (Dunedin).  Ray faces hot Reds prospect Homer Bailey.  Homer Bailey, Bob Walk...hmm how many inappropriately named pitchers are there?
King Ryan - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 05:36 PM EDT (#146281) #
Grant Balfour is still the best.
Craig B - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 05:54 PM EDT (#146283) #
Eric Plunk
Craig B - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 05:55 PM EDT (#146284) #
How could I forget the wonderfully named Mysterious Walker?  And of course our own Pete Walker.
Craig B - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 05:59 PM EDT (#146285) #
Joe Battin pitched briefly in the majors, as did Chris Batton.  There are also Homer Blankenship and Homer Spragins.  Bruce Hitt also pitched for one season, as did Roy Hitt.
Mike D - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 06:07 PM EDT (#146287) #
Ed High and Derek Lowe.
FisherCatFan - Wednesday, May 03 2006 @ 06:11 PM EDT (#146289) #
Hello Everyone,
                          The photo gallery has been updated and organized into albums for each game. I have included an album of pictures from the Pawtucket Red Sox & Durham Bulls game. This was the game that Delmon Young was ejected from and threw his bat at the umpire. Please, keep in mind, I'm only a novice with the camera.

Jon Lester 4-minute video


Thomas - Thursday, May 04 2006 @ 12:26 AM EDT (#146299) #
Nice pics, FisherCats fan. That's a great shot off Dukes just after he hit that homer off Lester.

I also nominate Tracey Thorpe for the Reggie Cleveland All-Star team.

FisherCatFan - Thursday, May 04 2006 @ 07:05 AM EDT (#146303) #
I think the shot of Dukes is the best picture in the entire gallery. Thank You for noticing. The Fisher Cats play a double header today starting @ 11am , so watch for more pictures later in the day/early evening.

Thorpe is a beast. He's been throwing gas up to 96.

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