A One Hitter For New Hampshire

Saturday, May 06 2023 @ 09:31 PM EDT

Contributed by: Gerry

Four New Hampshire pitchers combined on a one hitter. Sem Robberse was the starter and star. Vancouver and Dunedin won one run games. Buffalo played two. They lost game one in extra innings and were blown out in game two.

Worcester 7 Buffalo 4 - game one, 8 innings

Buffalo 1 Worcester 12 - game two

Harrisburg 0 New Hampshire 1

Vancouver 4 Hillsboro 3

Dunedin 3 Fort Myers 2 - 5 innings

Three Stars

Third Star - Gabriel Martinez

Second Star - New Hampshire bullpen

First Star - Sem Robberse



Nick Fraze made his first AAA start in game two for Buffalo. It did not go well, four runs allowed in 1.2 innings. Sean Mellen pitched well for New Hampshire in relief. That earned him a promotion to AAA. He made his first appearance following Fraze. Like Fraze he found AAA tough, three runs allowed in an inning.

In game two Spencer Horwitz was 2-3. That brought his average to over .300 and his OPS to .889.

Four New Hampshire pitchers combined on a one hitter. Sem Robberse went six innings, one hit, one walk, seven strikeouts. Juan Nunez followed with three K's in his inning with his 100 mph stuff. Hagen Danner struck out two in an inning and Troy Watson handled the ninth.

Will Robertson has been hot over the last few games, he delivered the game winning sac fly to score Steward Berroa. Hew Hampshire had four hits, Berroa and Leo Jimenez had two each.

It was Dahian Santos night for Vancouver. He went five innings, struck out five, and was charged with an unearned run. Good relief pitching from Matt Svanson and Connor Cooke helped the C's to the win.

Gabriel Martinez drove in two runs with two hits, one a double. Riley Tirotta also had two hits, one of them a triple. That kept his average at .340 and his OPS over a thousand.

Dunedin's game was rain shortened. Glenn Santiago singled in one run and Peyton Williams singled in two.