5/17 Minor League Report! GEE, Duda, FERNANDEZ!

An article by posted on May 17, 2009

Buffalo 2, Pawtucket 3 in 11 innings

Guess we know why Eddie Kunz hasn’t been closing games lately for the Bisons, wow. Handed a 2-0 lead heading to the bottom of the 11th, Kunz registered one out, allowed 5 hits and a walk, along with 3 runs. Dillon Gee started this game, and was brilliant for 6.1 innings, outside of some very uncharacteristic wildness (he walked 5!), allowing just 3 hits, while striking out 8.

The Bisons were held to just 5 hits and 5 walks in the game, and were 0 for 5 with RISP, leaving 4 on base. Fernando Martinez, Javier Valentin (0 for 4, .273), Mike Lamb (0 for 2, 2 BBs, K, .164), Rene Rivera (0 for 3, K, .143), and Jon Malo (0 for 3, BB, 2 Ks, .194) took 0-fers, while Argenis Reyes had the only multi hit game.

cf Cory Sullivan 1 for 4, run, BB, .211
2b Argenis Reyes 2 for 5, run, HR (1), 2 RBI (4), K, .271
rf Fernando Martinez 0 for 5, K, .274
dh Willy Mo Pena 1 for 4, K, .233
lf Jesus Feliciano 1 for 3, 2b, BB, .275
Dillon Gee 6.1 IP, 3 H, 5/8 BB/K, 3.65 era, 107:63:44, 4:7:8
Jon Switzer IP, 2/2 BB/K, 2.50 era, 22:11:11, 0:1:2
Elmer Dessens 2.2 IP, 2 Ks, 0.86 era, 34:20:14, 2:4:2
Eddie Kunz 0.1 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, BB, K, 3.94 era, VBBS (1), L (3-2), 20:10:10, 0:0:1

Binghamton 2, Trenton 1 – Game 1

Ryan Coultas had another good outing for the BMets, scattering 4 hits and a run over 5.1 innings for his 3rd win of the season. Julio De La Cruz picked up the save with 1.2 perfect innings.

The Mets had 8 hits and 2 walks, and were 1 for 4 with RISP, leaving 7 on base. Emmanuel Garcia (0 for 3, 2 Ks, .235) and Mark Kiger (0 for 2, BB, K, .246) took 0-fers, Jose Coronado had the only multi hit game.

c Josh Thole 1 for 3, .357
rf, lf Josh Petersen 1 for 3, .288
1b Lucas Duda 1 for 3, run, .284
3b Shawn Bowman 1 for 3, run, .292
lf DJ Wabick 1 for 2, RBI, .263
ss Jose Coronado 2 for 2, RBI, BB, .333
2b Ruben Tejada 1 for 3, .243
Ryan Coultas 5.1 IP, 4 H, ER, 4/4 BB/K, 2.54 era, W (3-1), 3:8:4
Julio De La Cruz 1.2 IP, 2 Ks, 4.30 era, 1:2:2

Binghamton 4, Trenton 3 – Game 1, 8 innings

Stephen Clyne got his AA victory with 3 shutout innings in relief of Tobi Stoner, who gave up 3 runs on 5 hits in 5+ innings. The Mets had just 6 hits on the day, but drew 4 walks, however, they were just 1 for 5 with RISP and left 5 on base. Lucas Duda had the only multi hit game for the Mets, while Carl Loadenthal (0 for 2, run, RBI, 2 BBs, K, .250), Josh Petersen (0 for 3, K, .276), Salvador Paniagua (0 for 3, 2 Ks, .182), and Ruben Tejada (0 for 1, run, 2 BBs, .241) all took 0-fers.

2b Jose Coronado 1 for 3, 2b, RBI, K, .333
dh Josh Thole 1 for 3, run, RBI, .356
1b Lucas Duda 2 for 4, RBI, K, .292
3b Shawn Bowman 1 for 3, 2 Ks, .293
lf DJ Wabick 1 for 3, .265
Tobi Stoner 5+ IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2/4 BB/K, HR, 2.25 era, 4:7:4
Stephen Clyne 3 IP, H, K, 1.80 era, W (1-0), 5:3:1

Savannah 8, Lexington 7, in 10 innings

Eric Beaulac started for the Gnats, but went just 2 innings, giving up 3 hits and 2 runs, walking 3. No immediate word on why he only went 2. Kyle Allen, who was scheduled to piggyback, came on after 4 innings, and had a very uneven outing, giving up 4 runs on 6 hits, but generating 12 groundouts of the 15 he got (the other 3 were Ks). He picked up the win after the Gnats scored one in the top of the 10th.

The Gnats pounded out 14 hits and drew 6 walks, and were 4 for 11 with RISP, leaving 12 men on base. Jefry Marte, Sean Ratliff, Jean Luc Blaquiere (0 for 3, BB, .194) and Luis Alen (0 for 4, RBI, .182) were the Gnats who failed to record multi hit games.

cf Rafael Fernandez 4 for 5, 3 runs, 2b, BB, .268
3b Jefry Marte 1 for 4, 2 RBI, BB, .209, E (16)
2b Josh Satin 2 for 5, run, RBI, K, .339
lf Sean Ratliff 1 for 5, 2b, RBI, BB, K, .356
1b Eric Campbell 2 for 5, 2 runs, 2b, RBI, BB, 2 Ks, .268
rf Raul Reyes 2 for 4, 3b, 2 RBI, .308
ss Jordany Valdespin 2 for 4, 2 runs, BB, K, .293
Eric Beaulac 2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 3/1 BB/K, 3.25 era, 5:0:1
Michael Powers 2 IP, 3 H, ER, 2 Ks, 4.50 era, 4:0:2
Kyle Allen 5 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 3/3 BB/K, 5.16 era, W (3-1), 12:0:3
Jimmy Johnson IP, H, K, 0.93 era, SV (2), 1:1:1

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