Ah, Nuts

Wednesday, August 02 2006 @ 12:30 PM EDT

Contributed by: Pistol

The affiliates went 5-1 on the night as the Lugnuts were the lone team to lose last night.

Charlotte 7 at Syracuse 8

Luis Figueroa, DHing last night, had a single, double and triple in 4 ABs.  Sergio Santos had two doubles while Hattig and Kratz also had two hits.

Josh Banks had a Josh Banks outing.  Six Ks, no walks and 3 HRs allowed, giving up 6 in 6.  Ty Taubenheim pitched a scoreless inning while FREE JASON FRASOR retired both batters that he faced.


New Hampshire 7 at Akron 1

The Fishercats led 3-1 going into the 9th and David Smith provided some insurance with a grand slam in the night.  Smith had 3 hits on the night while Majewski, Klosterman and Thigpen each had two hits.

Ismael Ramirez continued his fine season limiting Akron to one run on three hits and one walk.  He struck out two hitters in his seven innings of work.  His ERA on the year is now 1.58.


Dunedin 5 at Fort Myers 2

Russ Savickas got the win giving up just one run in 5 innings.  However, he gave up 4 hits and 5 walks on the night.

Peralta, Dragicevich, and Butler each had two hits.


Quad Cities 4 at Lansing 2

Pettway, Hicks, and Kalter each had two hits.  Hicks' two hits were both doubles.  Aaron Tressler pitched 8 scoreless, one hit, innings and had 4 Ks and no walks.  Ted Serro allowed 4 runs in the ninth, the first two of which were earned. 


State College 1 at Auburn 4

New Zealander Scott Campbell had three hits to lead the Doubledays offense.  Ben Zeskind also had two hits.

Chris Reddout and Chase Lirette combined on the mound to give up just one run.


Princeton 9 at Pulaski 10

The bats were hot in Pulaski last night.  Paul Franco had a HR and double among his 4 hits.  Travis Snider was not impressed.  He had a HR (#6) and 2 doubles among his 4 hits and added a stolen base (#4).  Raul Barron had three hits.

Nathan Melek was the pitcher of the night going 4 scoreless innings.


3 Stars!

Honorable Mention:  Ramirez, D Smith
3 - Aaron Tressler, 8 scoreless innings
2 - Paul Franco, 4-5, 10 total bases
1 - Travis Snider, 4-5, 11 total bases, SB