Dunedin Doesn't Need Hits With Runners in Scoring Position

Wednesday, May 07 2008 @ 10:46 PM EDT

Contributed by: Gerry

A rain-out and a day off led to a 1-1 day.  Dunedin won with ten runs but three of the runs scored on bases-loaded walks, two on bases-loaded hit batters and two on wild pitches.  New Hampshire were blasted, they had one hit and gave up ten runs. 

Buffalo at Syracuse - Postponed

New Hampshire 0  Portland 10

Easy to summarize this game.

New Hampshire had one hit, a double by Kyle Phillips leading off the third.

Scott Richmond allowed three runs in six innings,  Seth Overbey gave up seven runs in 1.2 innings.

Dunedin 10  Palm Beach 5

Robert Ray gave up back-to-back jacks in the first inning to trail 2-0.  Ray allowed another run in the fourth before giving up two more runs in the sixth.  Dunedin took the lead 4-2 in the second on two hits followed by two walks, a hit batter and a two run RBI single from Adam Calderone.  Dunedin added two more in the fourth, one on a wild pitch and the other on a single from Brad Emaus. Putting that together Dunedin had a 6-5 lead after 7.  Dunedin scored three in the eighth in an inning similar to the second.  Two runs scored on bases loaded walks and one on a hit batter, Dunedin now led 9-5.  Dunedin added another run in the ninth, JP Arencibia doubled and scored, fittingly, on a wild pitch.

Armando Benitez pitched two shutout innings. 

The Jays had eight hits, Arencibia and Lane had two hits, and scored two runs, each.  

Lansing - Scheduled day off

 3 star selection

3rd star - Matt Lane
2nd star - JP Arencibia
1st star - Adam Calderone