Another Walk-Off for Vancouver

Sunday, May 12 2024 @ 08:02 AM EDT

Contributed by: Gerry

Vancouver walked off Everett for the second night in a row, Dasan Brown had the game winning hit. New Hampshire had good pitching and hitting for the win. The other three teams lost.

Worcester 4 Buffalo 1

Harrisburg 1 New Hampshire 6

Everett 2 Vancouver 3

Dunedin 2 Fort Myers 12

FCL Yankees 9 FCL Blue Jays 3

Three Stars

Third Star - Nick Goodwin

Second Star - Devonte Brown

First Star - Trenton Wallace



Beau Sulser started for Buffalo and the Bisons were down 3-0 when he left the game in the fifth. The Bisons had just five hits, Nate Lukes had two, "two hit Spence" fell short, just one double.

New Hampshire had good pitching. Trenton Wallace went six innings, three hits, one run, four K's. His ERA is down to 1.57, his xFIP is 3.91. He might be a bullpen option because of an unusual delivery. Eric Pardinho went one inning and struck out the side. He has been pitching well, his K9 is 13.5 and his xFIP is 1.36.

New Hampshire had 11 hits, all singles. The hot Devonte Brown went 3-4, two hits for Alex De Jesus, Rainer Nunez and Garrett Spain.

Vancouver walked off Everett for the second night in a row. With two runners on base from walks in the ninth inning of a tied game, Dasan Brown hit a seeing eye single to win the game. It was one of just seven hits for Vancouver, Nick Goodwin had a single, double and a walk. That was welcome for Goodwin who is hitting under .200.

It was a tough day for Dunedin with a ten run loss. Tucker Toman had two of their six hits. Christian Feliz hit his sixth home run. Feliz is interesting as a slugger. Six home runs out of 14 total hits, with two doubles he has eight extra base hits so more than 50% of his hits go for extra bases. But his strike out rate is above 50% and his BA is .161.

Sam Shaw had two hits in the FCL, he is hitting .333 with an OPS of 1.033.