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SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 05, 2013 5:22 am

Record: 0-1 Next game: April 5 vs. Trenton, 6:00 PM

Trenton spoils Sea Dogs’ season opener at Hadlock Field
By Alex Greenlee

PORTLAND, Maine — The ball was flying out of Hadlock Field on Thursday night as the Portland Sea Dogs faced the New York Yankees’ Class-AA affiliate Trenton Thunder to begin the 2013 season. Trenton took the win 13-5, but the 5,447 fans in attendance were still able to watch the ...

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Apr 06, 2013 7:28 am

Record: 1-1 Next game: April 6 vs. Trenton, 1:00 PM

Sea Dogs 7, Thunder 4: Power in that pitching
Three pitchers combine for 17 strikeouts in a five-hitter, and Portland takes control with a four-run fourth.

By Kevin Thomas
PORTLAND — While the Portland Sea Dogs wonder if Stephen Drew will stay with the team, the Trenton Thunder are glad to be done with seeing the likes of Brandon Workman, Chris Martin and Brock Huntzinger.

The three Portland power pitchers overwhelmed the Thunder for 17 strikeouts Friday night in a 7-4 victory for the Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field.

Drew, the Boston Red Sox shortstop in his second rehab appearance with Portland, went 1 for 3 with a double and sacrifice fly.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Apr 08, 2013 6:36 am

Next game: April 8 vs. Reading, 6:00 PM

Dogs are homer happy, but lose, 9-7
Portland belts four homers, two by the red-hot Michael Almanzar, in a cold-weather loss to Trenton at Hadlock.

By Kevin Thomas

PORTLAND - When shortstop Stephen Drew came to Portland on a rehab assignment, top prospect Xander Bogaerts moved from shortstop to designated hitter.

That moved squeezed Michael Almanzar out of the opening day lineup Thursday, but he has since played Friday (at third base) and Sunday (first base).

He may have to stay in the batting order for now. Almanzar hit two home runs Sunday and is batting .571 through two games.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 09, 2013 6:55 am

Next game: April 9 vs. Reading, 6:00 PM

Sox top prospect pulled after 1
Matt Barnes throws too many pitches in the first inning and is pulled in the Sea Dogs' 7-4 loss.

By Glenn Jordan

PORTLAND - Matt Barnes, the top-rated pitching prospect in the Boston Red Sox minor league system, made his Double-A debut Monday night at Hadlock Field.

"I liked what I saw," said Sea Dogs pitching coach Bob Kipper. "That's electric stuff."

Barnes, however, got short-circuited by an organizational rule designed to protect young arms: If a starter throws more than 30 pitches in one inning, he's done for the game

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Apr 10, 2013 6:18 am

Next game: April 10 vs. Reading, 6:00 PM

Sea Dogs come up short, 3-2
Reading takes the lead against Daniel Bard in the sixth inning and holds on for the victory.

By Kevin Thomas

PORTLAND - In honor of the Maine Red Claws making the NBA D-League playoffs, the neighboring Portland Sea Dogs used their tall pitching lineup Tuesday night.

Starter Anthony Ranaudo, 6-foot-7, made a solid 2013 debut, allowing one run over five innings, striking out six.

For the last three innings, 6-7 Chris Martin faced nine batters and got nine outs.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:01 am

Next game: April 11 @ New Britain, 6:05 PM

Sea Dogs topple Fightin' Phils
By Justin Pelletier, Sports Editor

PORTLAND — Christian Vazquez, known in the Red Sox system for his defense, hadn't hit much of anything this season, going 0-for-11 with four walks.

He snapped out of that slump in a big way Wednesday, while adding to his stellar defensive statistics.

The Portland catcher laced an RBI double in the second inning and followed that with a 3-run home run in the sixth, providing more than enough offense for starter Drake Britton to earn his first win of the season as the Sea Dogs avoided a sweep with a 5-2 victory over the Reading Fightin' Phils.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:01 pm

Portland's good pitching makes fast work of Mets
Brandon Workman and Chris Martin waste no time in combining on a six-hit shutout.

By TOM ROBINSON

BINGHAMTON, N.Y. - The Portland Sea Dogs wrapped up a successful first road trip of the season with an effort that was perfect for a getaway day.

Brandon Workman and Chris Martin combined on a six-hit shutout as the Sea Dogs needed just 2:09 to stop the Binghamton Mets 1-0 in an Eastern League game Wednesday.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Apr 19, 2013 6:11 am

Rock Cats spoil Sea Dogs' anniversary celebration
By Justin Pelletier, Sports Editor

PORTLAND — The Portland Sea Dogs honored some of their top players representing the past 19 seasons Thursday, celebrating the beginning of their 20th season in Maine's largest city.

They could have used some of those players on the field against New Britain. The Sea Dogs' home woes continued despite the festivities, and in spectacular fashion.

Minnesota Twins top prospect Alex Meyer spun six innings of one-hit baseball and New Britain hitters torched Portland pitching for 17 runs on 21 hits as the Rock Cats took the first of four wity the Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field, 17-1.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:32 am

John Lackey: 'Good test'
The rehabbing Red Sox starter throws well in Portland, hitting 92 mph with five K's in 3 1/3 innings.

By Glenn Jordan

PORTLAND - The thermometer read a brisk 43 degrees when rehabbing Red Sox right-hander John Lackey took the Hadlock Field mound in what remained of Monday's sunlight.

A bit nippy for a pitcher coming back from a muscle strain in his pitching arm.

"That was actually a good test for me," Lackey said after throwing three shutout innings and part of a fourth before departing from what turned out to be an 8-2 Eastern League baseball victory for the Sea Dogs over the visiting Binghamton Mets.

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Re: SEA DOGS: Daily game thread .... ( ongoing)

Postby Tom Nolette » Thu Apr 25, 2013 7:19 am

An eight-run hole too much for Sea Dogs
Portland battles back, but loses 8-6 to Binghamton, ending its five-game winning streak.

By Glenn Jordan

PORTLAND - To make a living pitching baseballs, it can be helpful to forget.

Just ask Binghamton reliever John Church or Portland starter Kyle Kaminska.

Church wiped away the sting of a game-ending wild pitch in Tuesday night's 10-inning Sea Dogs victory by earning the decision Wednesday night as the Mets beat Portland 8-6 at Hadlock Field.

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