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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Thu May 17, 2018 4:54 am

'Dogs win 8-2 after dropping suspended game 9-8

Reading, PA - The Portland Sea Dogs (13-24) and Reading Fightin Phils (14-22) resumed Tuesday's suspended game in the bottom of the ninth, with the Fightins winning 9-8. In the regularly scheduled nine-inning game, the Sea Dogs won 8-2.

Suspended Game

Portland could not hold on to a 7-0 lead on Tuesday, as Reading scored nine unanswered runs. The two teams resumed the game after a one hour and 13-minute delay at the start, and Reading held on for a 9-8 win. Seth McGarry (W, 2-1) retired Chad De La Guerra with a runner at third base to end the game.

Game 2 Recap

The Sea Dogs took advantage of a one-out error by 2B Brandon Bednar in the first and scored four times off losing pitcher Elniery Garcia (0-4). Tate Matheny knocked home the first run with a single, but on the very next pitch, Austin Rei launched a three-run homer down the left-field line.

Kyle Hart (2-3) worked five strong innings on two hits and two runs to earn the win. Hart allowed a solo-homer to Deivi Grullon in the second.

Portland responded in the third inning when Jantzen Witte (3-for-4) hit a long homer to left-center field. Witte is 11-for-20 in four games since joining the Sea Dogs from Triple-a Pawtucket. Matheny added a second two-out RBI single in the fifth. Portland added two in the sixth when Jhon Nunez tripled and scored on a throwing error. Chad De La Guerra delivered a run-scoring groundout.

Jordan Weems pitched two scoreless frames on one hit, and Daniel McGrath closed out the game with two perfect frames.

The Sea Dogs open up a four-game series with the Altoona Curve (Pirates affiliate) on Thursday night at Peoples Natural Gas Field. Radio coverage begins at 5:45 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network. MiLB.TV starts at 5:55 PM. Righty Kevin McAvoy takes on Pedro Vasquez.
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Thu May 17, 2018 10:07 pm

The boys never quit tonight! Rally back down 7-0 to win 12-9 in 10 innings. What a game. https://t.co/uALnmcFSR1
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Sat May 19, 2018 12:56 am

13 more hits for the 'Dogs, win 8-4 in Altoona

Altoona, Pa. - The Portland Sea Dogs (15-24) have scored at least eight runs in five straight games. On Friday night, they used a five-run third inning and beat the Altoona Curve (19-18), 8-4 at Peoples Natural Gas Field. The Sea Dogs have won a season-high four straight road games.

Portland went to work right away, scoring twice off losing pitcher Dario Agrazal (3-2) in the first inning. Danny Mars (3-for-5) led off the game with a single and advanced to third on a double from Chad De La Guerra (2-for-5). Tony Renda knocked in the first run with a groundout, and Josh Ockimey nailed an RBI single.

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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Sat May 19, 2018 11:09 pm

'Dogs build early 7-0 lead and beat Altoona 8-4!

Altoona, Pa. - The Portland Sea Dogs (15-24) have scored at least eight runs in five straight games. On Friday night, they used a five-run third inning and beat the Altoona Curve (19-18), 8-4 at Peoples Natural Gas Field. The Sea Dogs have won a season-high four straight road games.

Portland went to work right away, scoring twice off losing pitcher Dario Agrazal (3-2) in the first inning. Danny Mars (3-for-5) led off the game with a single and advanced to third on a double from Chad De La Guerra (2-for-5). Tony Renda knocked in the first run with a groundout, and Josh Ockimey nailed an RBI single.

The 'Dogs built a 7-0 in the third inning, sending eight men to the plate against Agrazal. Jantzen Witte continued his torrid pace, smacking an RBI single for the first run. Witte collected two hits and has a multi-hit game in six of seven games since joining Portland. After Witte's hit, Portland received consecutive RBIs from; Ockimey (sac-fly), Tate Matheny (double) and Luke Tendler (two-run single).

Teddy Stankiewicz (3-6) took over for Travis Lakins in the third inning and worked 6.1 innings to earn the win. Altoona scored all four runs in the third inning off Lakins (2.1 IP, 4 H, 4 R, 1 ER, BB, SO). Stankiewicz allowed four hits and fanned seven.

Witte knocked in the game's final run with an RBI double in the seventh.

Portland has scored 51 runs in six games (8.5 per game) on the trip with 77 hits.

The 'Dogs and the Altoona Curve (Pirates affiliate) continue their four-game series on Saturday night at Peoples Natural Gas Field. Right-hander Mike Shawaryn (2-4, 4.12) makes his eight start of the season. Altoona counters with Brandon Waddell (1-0, 1.90). First pitch from Altoona is 6:00 PM. Radio coverage on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network begins at 5:45 PM. MiLBTV coverage starts at 5:55 PM
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Mon May 21, 2018 6:31 am

Sea Dogs drop Sunday's contest in Altoona, 12-3

Altoona, Pa. - The Altoona Curve (21-18) scored seven two-out runs and defeated the Portland Sea Dogs (15-26), 10-2 on Sunday afternoon at Peoples Natural Gas Field. Portland split the four-game set with the Curve and finished the trip 4-4.

Pirates Top Prospect Mitch Keller (5-2) worked 6.2 innings on five hits, two runs, and seven strikeouts to earn the win. Dedgar Jimenez (1-3) was saddled with the loss, allowing five runs (four earned) on seven hits.

The 'Dogs got off to a good start, receiving a two-out walk in the first inning by Jantzen Witte. Following a steal of second base, Witte scored on the double by Josh Ockimey.

Altoona stormed right back, scoring two in the first on a two-out homer by Will Craig. In the second, Jimenez allowed two runs on a lead-off homer to Christian Kelley and a sac-fly to Ke'Bryan Hayes.

The Curve added a run in the fifth but extended their lead to 7-1 on Logan Hill's two-out, two-run homer in the fifth.

In the sixth, Danny Mars led off with a walk and scored when Jantzen Witte hit into a 6-4-3 double play. Chad De La Guerra singled in the inning and has hit safely in all 13 games since joining Portland on May 9th.

Altoona scored five runs off Jake Cosart, picking three straight, two-out run-scoring hits in the sixth.

Jeremy Rivera hit a two-out solo-homer off Tate Scioneaux in the seventh inning. The homer was the third of the season for Rivera.

The Curve set season-highs in runs and hits (12), picking up a multi-run inning in five of eight frames.

Portland is off on Monday and opens up an eight-game homestand on Tuesday night against the Hartford Yard Goats (Rockies affiliate). Radio coverage on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network begins at 5:45 PM. MiLBTV coverage starts at 5:55 PM

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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Wed May 23, 2018 5:59 am

@PortlandSeaDogs lose homestand opener...Tate Matheny makes webgem in loss https://t.co/4s3dtfCsd5
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Wed May 23, 2018 11:33 pm

Hartford holds on for a 5-2 win over the 'Dogs

Portland, Maine - The Hartford Yards Goats (25-20) beat the Portland Sea Dogs (15-28) for the ninth straight time, 5-2, Wednesday night at Hadlock Field. The 'Dogs look to salvage the series finale on Thursday morning.

Peter Lambert (3-1) earned the win for Hartford, working 5.2 innings on eight hits, two runs, no walks and five strikeouts.

Danny Mars nailed a one-out double in the ninth inning, but Matt Pierpont worked around that hit to notch his 13th save of the season.

Matt Kent (2-2) had his two-game winning streak snapped, taking the loss for Portland. The lefty allowed eight hits and four runs over 5.2 innings.

Hartford snapped a scoreless game in the fourth inning with three runs off Kent. Brian Mundell led off the frame with a solo homer to left-center. Later in the inning, Scott Burcham added a sacrifice fly, and Ryan Metlzer provided a run-scoring double.

Portland got on the board in the fifth inning against Lambert. Jeremy Rivera led off with a double and scored on a single by Jantzen Witte. Metzler nailed his second RBI double in the next half inning to put the 'Goats ahead 4-1.

Austin Rei cracked a solo-homer with two outs in the sixth inning on the 100th pitch thrown by Lambert. Rei cleared the Maine Monster for his first Hadlock Field homer.

Hartford answered Rei's homer in the eighth when Mylz Jones (3-for-3) cracked a solo-homer off the Hannaford sign about the Maine Monster, giving the visitor's a 5-2 lead.

Portland's trio of Kent, Lau and Daniel McGrath combined to fan a season-high 13 batters. Metzler had three doubles for the Yard Goats, the most against the Sea Dogs by an opponent this season.

Portland and Hartford wrap-up a three-game series on Thursday morning beginning at 11 AM from Hadlock Field. Right-hander Teddy Stankiewicz (3-4, 5.40) makes his ninth appearance of the season. RHP Chris Jensen takes the mound for the Yard Goats. Radio coverage on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network begins at 10:45 AM. MiLBTV coverage starts at 10:55 AM
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Fri May 25, 2018 6:30 am

An eight-run third inning does the trick, 'Dogs roll 12-3

Portland, Maine - The Sea Dogs (16-28) scored eight runs in the third inning and took the series finale over the Hartford Yard Goats (25-21) 12-3 on Thursday afternoon at Hadlock Field.

The eight-run inning marked a season-high for Portland, who sent 14 men to the plate in the inning and had the first 11 reach base safely. The Sea Dogs had eight hits and drew four walks in the inning.

Teddy Stankiewicz (4-4) set a new season high with seven innings pitched and earned the victory. Stankiewicz allowed two runs and scattered five hits while matching a season-high with seven strikeouts.

Jantzen Witte and Josh Ockimey each had a three-run homer for Portland. Ockimey, Chad De La Guerra, Isaias Lucena, and Jeremy Rivera each reached base four times apiece. Portland tied a season high for runs scored and set a new season-high with 11 walks.

Everyone in the Sea Dogs' lineup had at least one hit and eight of nine reached base multiple times.

Chris Rabago hit a solo homer off of Stankiewicz in the third for Hartford, Brendan Rodgers and Omar Carrizales each had RBIs for the Yard Goats as well.

Chris Jensen (0-1) was the losing pitcher and allowed 10 runs on 10 hits in 2+ innings.

Portland opens up a five-game series over four days with the Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies affiliate) on Friday night at Hadlock Field. First pitch is scheduled for 6:00 PM. Radio coverage on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network begins at 5:45 PM. MiLBTV coverage starts at 5:55 PM
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Sat May 26, 2018 5:04 am

Portland, Maine - The Reading Fightin Phils (17-27) hit a season-high six home runs and battered the Sea Dogs (16-29) en route to a 11-5 win in front of a sellout crowd in the series opener on Friday night at Hadlock Field.

Emmanuel Marrero had his first career multi-homer game with two round trippers and also had a single to his credit. Damek Tomscha, Zach Green, Deivi Grullon, and Yan Hernandez each went yard for Reading.

Hernandez finished with four hits and was a double shy of the cycle. Tomscha had three hits and fell a triple short of the cycle himself.

The Sea Dogs had three homers of their own, one each from Jeremy Rivera, Jantzen Witte, and Tony Renda. Tate Matheny had two doubles and scored a run, Josh Ockimey finished 3-for-5 with two singles and a double.

Reading jumped out to a 2-0 lead after three and led 4-1 heading into the bottom of the sixth, when the Sea Dogs tied the game on homers by Rivera and Witte to make it 4-4.

The Fightins answered quickly on Marrero's second home run in the sixth, then added eight more runs over the final three innings to extend the lead.

Jo Jo Romero (W, 2-4) allowed four runs (three earned) on six hits in six innings. Mike Shawaryn (ND) went five in his start for Portland and allowed two runs on seven hits in five innings.

Luke Leftwich worked two innings in relief and allowed one run. Jake Cosart (1-2) was the losing pitcher and allowed five runs on 1.2 innings pitched. Alexis Rivero finished the game for Reading with a scoreless ninth.

Portland and the Reading Fightin Phils (Phillies affiliate) play a doubleheader on Saturday afternoon beginning at 1:00 PM at Hadlock Field. Dedgar Jimenez (1-3, 5.77) and Travis Lakins (0-1, 3.21) start the games for Portland. Radio coverage on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network begins at 12:45 PM. MiLBTV coverage starts at 12:55 PM.
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Re: Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

Postby MattyB » Sat May 26, 2018 9:39 pm

Reading Sweeps Portland

Portland, Maine - The Reading Fightin Phils (19-27) swept a doubleheader over the Sea Dogs (16-31) on Saturday afternoon at Hadlock Field. Reading took game one 3-2 in eight innings and won game two 6-3.

GAME 1 RECAP

The Sea Dogs rallied late to tie the game in the bottom of the seventh, but the Fightin Phils prevailed 3-2 in extra innings in game one of the twin bill.

After a leadoff single by Damek Tomscha in the top of the eighth off of Daniel McGrath (L, 1-1), Zach Green singled to score the automatic baserunner Kyle Martin and give Reading the go-ahead run. Green also homered in the game and finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs.

Portland had tied the game 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh on a wild pitch by Franklyn Kilome to score pinch runner Jeremy Rivera. Josh Ockimey had led off the inning with a walk.

Edgar Garcia (3-1) earned the win and pitched the final 1.1 innings, stranding 2 baserunners each in the seventh and eighth.

Kilome had the start for Reading and allowed two runs (one earned) on three hits in 6.2 innings with two walks and four strikeouts.

Sea Dogs starter Dedgar Jimenez earned his second quality start of the year and tied a season-high with seven innings pitched. Jimenez allowed two runs on seven hits and fanned four while walking three.


GAME 2 RECAP

Reading jumped out to a 4-0 lead seven batters into the game and held on for 6-3 win in game two.

Malquin Canelo led off the ballgame with a solo homer off of Travis Lakins (L, 0-2), then later in the inning Cord Sandberg delivered an RBI single and Jan Hernandez shot a ball into the gap for a two-run double.

The Sea Dogs halved the deficit in the fourth on a bases loaded single by Jhon Nunez that scored two. Portland scored again on an RBI groundout by Jantzen Witte in the fifth to make it 4-3, but Reading quickly answered in the top of the sixth on a sac fly by Cord Sandberg and an RBI single by Hernandez.

Ranfi Casimero (1-1) earned the win in relief, the righty worked 1.2 innings and allowed a run on a hit. Reading starter Elneiry Garcia went 3.1 innings and allowed two runs on four hits.

Travis Lakins (L, 0-2) allowed four runs on four hits over his three innings, he walked one and fanned five. Josh Taylor pitched two perfect innings of relief and struck out four, Trevor Kelley pitched the final two frames and allowed two runs on three hits. Sea Dogs' pitchers combined to work five perfect innings, but Reading did all their damage in the first (four runs) and the sixth (two runs).

The Sea Dogs and Fightins play game four of their series on Sunday afternoon beginning at 1:00 PM. Lefty Kyle Hart (2-3, 3.68) makes his eighth start of the season for the Sea Dogs. Right-hander Jose Tavares starts for Reading. Radio coverage begins at 12:45 PM on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network. MiLB.TV starts at 12:55 PM.
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