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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Sun May 07, 2017 12:49 am

Sea Dogs split doubleheader with Reading. @USCellular Recap: atmilb.com/2qP08o1
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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Mon May 08, 2017 5:25 am

Portland, Maine- The Reading Fightin Phils (14-12) overcame an eight-run deficit and scored the final 13 runs of the ballgame, defeating the Sea Dogs (15-10) 13-8 on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field and earning a split of the four-game series.

The eight-run lead was the largest surrendered by Portland since they gave up a 10-run lead on June 7, 2008 vs. Akron.

Trailing 8-3 after six innings, Reading sent 11 men to the plate in the seventh and scored seven runs on four hits and four walks.

Mitch Walding hit an RBI single off of Luis Ysla (L, 0-2) to start the scoring in the seventh. Later in the inning Ysla walked three straight batters, leading to another run to make it an 8-5 game. After a sac fly by Osmel Aguila, Kyle Martin hit a two-run double that Nick Longhi lost in the sun in right field to tie the game 8-8.

Josh Smith entered the game and walked Chace Numata, then allowed a two-run double to Jiandido Tromp to give Reading a 10-8 lead. Tromp finished the game with three doubles.

The Fightins scored two more times in the eighth and once in the ninth to finish their run, scoring in each of the last five innings.

Joey DeNato (W, 2-1) earned the victory as the Reading bullpen shut down the Sea Dogs after the third. DeNato, Mario Holland, and Miguel Nunez combined to pitch the final 6.1 innings and allowed just one run on three hits.

Portland set a season-high with eight runs in the third inning. Danny Mars got the scoring started with an RBI single to score Tzu-Wei Lin, who had walked. Lin extended his on-base streak to 19 games. Josh Tobias then singled to drive in two more runs and give Portland a 3-0 lead.

Later in the inning, Rafael Devers and Nick Longhi hit back-to-back RBI singles to extend the lead to 5-0 and knock Fightins starter Brandon Leibrandt out of the game. After a pair of walks by Joey DeNato, including an RBI walk by Jake DePew. Joseph Monge then hit a two-run single to make it 8-0 Sea Dogs. The third inning marked the first time Portland had batted around this season, they sent 13 men to the plate in the inning.

Reading began their long climb back into the game in the fifth inning. Jorge Flores hit a sac fly off of Trey Ball to put the Fightins on the scoreboard, then Scott Kingery hit his seventh homer of the season to cut the deficit to 8-2.

Andrew Pullin delivered his seventh homer the very next inning - a solo shot off of Ball into the US Cellular Pavilion - to make it 8-3.

The clubs combined to walk 15 batters in the ballgame.

The Sea Dogs open a three-game series with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies tomorrow night at Hadlock Field. RHP Kevin McAvoy (1-2, 5.60) will start for Portland against RHP Corey Oswalt (3-2, 2.54) of Binghamton.

Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 5:45 PM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 5:55 PM.Portland, Maine- The Reading Fightin Phils (14-12) overcame an eight-run deficit and scored the final 13 runs of the ballgame, defeating the Sea Dogs (15-10) 13-8 on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field and earning a split of the four-game series.

The eight-run lead was the largest surrendered by Portland since they gave up a 10-run lead on June 7, 2008 vs. Akron.

Trailing 8-3 after six innings, Reading sent 11 men to the plate in the seventh and scored seven runs on four hits and four walks.

Mitch Walding hit an RBI single off of Luis Ysla (L, 0-2) to start the scoring in the seventh. Later in the inning Ysla walked three straight batters, leading to another run to make it an 8-5 game. After a sac fly by Osmel Aguila, Kyle Martin hit a two-run double that Nick Longhi lost in the sun in right field to tie the game 8-8.

Josh Smith entered the game and walked Chace Numata, then allowed a two-run double to Jiandido Tromp to give Reading a 10-8 lead. Tromp finished the game with three doubles.

The Fightins scored two more times in the eighth and once in the ninth to finish their run, scoring in each of the last five innings.

Joey DeNato (W, 2-1) earned the victory as the Reading bullpen shut down the Sea Dogs after the third. DeNato, Mario Holland, and Miguel Nunez combined to pitch the final 6.1 innings and allowed just one run on three hits.

Portland set a season-high with eight runs in the third inning. Danny Mars got the scoring started with an RBI single to score Tzu-Wei Lin, who had walked. Lin extended his on-base streak to 19 games. Josh Tobias then singled to drive in two more runs and give Portland a 3-0 lead.

Later in the inning, Rafael Devers and Nick Longhi hit back-to-back RBI singles to extend the lead to 5-0 and knock Fightins starter Brandon Leibrandt out of the game. After a pair of walks by Joey DeNato, including an RBI walk by Jake DePew. Joseph Monge then hit a two-run single to make it 8-0 Sea Dogs. The third inning marked the first time Portland had batted around this season, they sent 13 men to the plate in the inning.

Reading began their long climb back into the game in the fifth inning. Jorge Flores hit a sac fly off of Trey Ball to put the Fightins on the scoreboard, then Scott Kingery hit his seventh homer of the season to cut the deficit to 8-2.

Andrew Pullin delivered his seventh homer the very next inning - a solo shot off of Ball into the US Cellular Pavilion - to make it 8-3.

The clubs combined to walk 15 batters in the ballgame.

The Sea Dogs open a three-game series with the Binghamton Rumble Ponies tomorrow night at Hadlock Field. RHP Kevin McAvoy (1-2, 5.60) will start for Portland against RHP Corey Oswalt (3-2, 2.54) of Binghamton.

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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Tue May 09, 2017 5:10 am

Portland, Maine- Tomas Nido provided all the run support the Binghamton (17-10) needed with an RBI single in the eighth inning as the Rumble Ponies beat the Sea Dogs (15-11) 2-0 in the series opener on Monday
night at Hadlock Field.

With the game scoreless in the top of the ninth, Dale Burdick drew a leadoff walk from Austin Maddox (L, 0-1). After Champ Stuart bunted Burdick to second and Luis Guillorme singled, Nido provided the game-winning hit for Binghamton. Kevin Taylor provided insurance later in the inning with a sac fly to score Guillorme.

Corey Oswalt (ND) was excellent in the start for Binghamton. Oswalt went seven scoreless and allowed four hits while walking three and striking out four. Oswalt lowered his ERA to 2.04 on the season.

Kevin McAvoy (ND) was just as good and worked one of the best starts of the year by a Sea Dogs' starting pitcher. McAvoy threw a season-high seven shutout innings and allowed just two hits while walking one and tying a season-high with six strikeouts. McAvoy faced just one batter over the minimum thanks to two double plays and threw 78 pitches.

Kyle Regnault (W, 1-0) worked a scoreless eighth and earned the win in relief for Binghamton. Alberto Baldonado (S, 5) closed the game, working around a one-out walk to Devers to earn his fifth save of the year.

The runs allowed by Maddox in the ninth were the first he's allowed in the 2017 season.

The two clubs meet again tonight for a 6:00 PM start at Hadlock Field. RHP Teddy Stankiewicz (1-0, 3.19) and RHP Casey Delgado (1-4, 8.03) square off for Portland and Binghamton respectively.


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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Wed May 10, 2017 5:41 am

The Sea Dogs scored 3 runs in the 8th inning to defeat Binghamton 6-5.

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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Thu May 11, 2017 7:41 am

Nick Longhi 2-for-4 with a double in 6-5 loss to Binghamton. U.S. Cellular Recap: http://atmilb.com/2pyVE3u
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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Fri May 12, 2017 5:21 am

Beeks earns league-leading 5th win, 'Dogs beat Reading 5-0

Reading, PA - Jalen Beeks extended his scoreless streak to 24 consecutive innings and Nick Longwent 3-for-5, 3 RBI, leading the Portland Sea Dogs (17-12) to a 5-0 win over the Reading Fightin Phils (17-13) on Friday night at FirstEnergy Stadium. The win for Portland was their fifth straight on the road.

Beeks (5-1, league leader in wins) set careers highs with the scoreless streak and his fourth consecutive win, allowing just two hits on four walks and seven strikeouts. In Beeks' final inning, he kept the scoreless streak alive, inducing a 6-4-3 double play.

The 24 consecutive scoreless innings is tied for the second best mark in franchise history. Kris Johnson had 24 scoreless back in 2008. Henry Owens owns the best mark with 27.1 scoreless frames in 2014.

Mike Olt put the Sea Dogs on the board in the fourth inning, leading off the frame with a solo-homer off losing pitcher Shane Watson (2-2). Portland scored twice in the fifth on a run-scoring groundout by Longhi and an RBI single by Cole Sturgeon. Watson took his second straight loss to the Sea Dogs, giving up 10 hits and 3 runs over 6 IP.

Longhi extend Portland's lead to 5-0 with a two-run single off lefty Mario Hollands in the seventh. The first-year Sea Dog is 9 for his last 13 and a season-high five-game hitting streak.

Portland's bullpen was outstanding in the series opener. Josh Smith worked 1.2 innings on two hits. Ty Buttrey fanned all four batters faced over 1.1 IP and Austin Maddox closed out the game with a scoreless ninth.

Josh Tobias picked up his second 3-hit game in Double-A, going 3-for-5. Danny Mars had two hits and Rafael Devers reached base three times (2 doubles, walk).

The Sea Dogs and Fightins play game two of their four-game series on Friday night beginning at 7:05 PM from FirstEnergy Stadium. LHP Trey Ball (1-1, 3.58) makes his sixth start of the season. Reading counters with LHP Brandon Leibrandt (2-1, 5.11).
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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Mon May 15, 2017 5:18 am

.@USCellular Game Recap: Devers ends no-hitter, McAvoy seven strong in 2-1 loss at Reading.
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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Wed May 17, 2017 5:34 am

Sea Dogs and Yard Goats split twinbill at Hadlock Field

Portland, Maine - The Sea Dogs (18-15) and Hartford Yard Goats (14-22) split their series-opening doubleheader on Tuesday night at Hadlock Field. Hartford took game one 3-0, Portland won game two 8-1.

Both starting pitchers went the distance in game one. Sam Howard (W, 1-3) threw a one-hitter and fanned four while walking just one. Teddy Stankiewicz (L, 1-1) allowed three runs on six hits with no walks and five strikeouts in his fourth career complete game.

Hartford scored the only run they would need on back-to-back doubles to lead off the second inning by Drew Weeks and Dillon Thomas. On Weeks' double, Joseph Monge and Danny Mars collided in the outfield. Mars was down for several minutes before remaining in the game, but was pulled the following inning.

Corelle Prime hit a two-run homer over the Maine Monster in the fourth to extend the Hartford lead to 3-0.

Howard didn't allow a Sea Dog to advance past second base. He retired the final 13 batters he faced and 19 of the final 20 after the first inning.

In game two, the Sea Dogs took an early lead on an RBI double by Rafael Devers on a 3-0 pitch.

Hartford tied it in the second inning on Josh Fuentes' RBI single, and Portland answered on Cole Sturgeon's bases loaded sac fly in the third to put the Sea Dogs ahead for good.

Portland exploded for six runs in the late innings, scoring three times in both the fifth and sixth innings.

Devers added another RBI single and double to his night, while Mike Olt hit an RBI double in the fifth and a three-run homer in the sixth.

Jacob Dahlstrand (W, 2-1) earned the victory, allowing one run on four hits over five innings. Luis Niebla (L, 1-3) allowed four runs on six hits in 5.1 innings in a losing effort.

The series continues tomorrow evening, first pitch at Hadlock Field is scheduled for 6:00 PM. RHP Travis Lakins will make his Double-A debut for Portland, while RHP Ryan Castellani (1-4, 6.00) is scheduled to start for Hartford. Pregame coverage begins on the WPEI US Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network at 5:45 PM.

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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Fri May 19, 2017 5:18 am

Dogs Suffer Close Loss, Fall to Hartford 4-3

Portland, Maine - The Hartford Yard Goats (16-22) rallied back from a one-run deficit to score twice in the eighth inning and top the Sea Dogs (18-17) 4-3 in the series finale Thursday on afternoon at Hadlock Field. Hartford won the series 3-1.

Trailing 3-2 in the eighth, Max White drew a one-out walk from Ty Buttrey (L, 1-2). Ashley Graeter grounded out with White running to advance White to second base, then Ryan McMahon doubled off the wall in left center field to tie the game 3-3. Drew Weeks followed with an RBI single past the dive of third baseman Mike Olt to score McMahon for the game-winning run.

Portland loaded the bases with nobody out against James Farris (S, 5) in the bottom of ninth, but Farris struck out Nick Longhi and Mike Olt before getting Joseph Monge to ground into a game-ending fielder's choice.

Portland outhit Hartford 15-10 in the loss. The Sea Dogs finished the game 3-for-16 with runners in scoring position and stranded 12 runners.

Portland had taken the lead in the seventh inning. Portland loaded the bases with one out with three straight singles off of Jack Wynkoop (ND). Hartford brought in Shane Broyles (W, 2-0) to face Longhi and the Sea Dogs' first baseman hit a sharp grounder to third that was bobbled momentarily by Josh Fuentes, which only gave him enough time to get an out at second base as Danny Mars scored the go-ahead run.

Portland took an early lead in the bottom of the first on a two-run pop-up single by Mike Olt that dropped between three fielder's in shallow center. Both runs were unearned due to an error by Fuentes earlier in the inning.

Jalen Beeks (ND) began the game having thrown 24 consecutive scoreless innings. After escaping a jam and stranding a runner on third base, Beeks allowed a leadoff home run buy Dillon Thomas over the Dunkin' Donuts video board in the second inning. Beeks' 25 consecutive scoreless innings goes down as the second-longest streak in franchise history (Henry Owens, 27.2).

Hartford tied the game two batters later on a solo homer by Dom Nunez to make it 2-2.

Beeks delivered another quality start for Portland, allowing two runs on six hits in 6.2 innings. He walked one and struck out seven.

Wynkoop allowed three runs (one earned) on 11 hits in 6+ innings, walking one and striking out four.

The Sea Dogs begin a seven-game road trip tomorrow evening in Trenton against the first-place Thunder, first pitch is scheduled for 7:00 PM.

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Re: PORTLAND SEA DOGS 2017

Postby MattyB » Mon May 22, 2017 5:43 am

Trenton, N.J. - The Portland Sea Dogs (20-18) received seven scoreless innings from Teddy Stankiewicz and an RBI single from Nick Longhi, and defeated the Trenton Thunder (25-16), 1-0, Sunday afternoon in the series finale at Arm & Hammer Park. Portland won the final two games of the series to win the 3-game set.

Stankiewicz earned his second win of the season, giving up five hits, two walks and three strikeouts.

Portland provided the lone run in the sixth inning off losing pitcher Yefry Ramirez (5-1). Tzu-Wei Lin drew a one-out walk, stole second base, and scored on Longhi's single to right field. Lin has reached base safely in 21 consecutive games - currently the longest streak in the Eastern League.

Yankory Pimentel worked the final two innings to secure a save in his Double-A debut. In the eighth, Pimentel fanned Jake Cave with runners at first and third to end the inning.

Portland held Trenton scoreless in 28 of 31 innings during the series. The 1-0 win was the second for the team this season - both on the road (April 30th at Reading). The Sea Dogs had four hits - all singles. Portland's 3 double plays turned, tied a season-high.

The Sea Dogs roadtrip swings to Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday night, opening up a four-game series with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays affiliate). RHP Travis Lakins makes his second Double-A start. RHP Conner Greene (1-3, 3.69) gets the ball for the Fisher Cats.

Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 6:20 PM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 6:35 PM.

Portland's next homestand begins Friday, May 28th against the Trenton Thunder (Yankees affiliate). Tickets are available at seadogs.com or 207-879-9500. Book your nine-inning vacation today!
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