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Binghamton, NY - The Binghamton Mets (9-9) scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back, completing a three-game sweep of the Portland Sea Dogs (6-15) with a 6-0 win on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium.Binghamton's Tyler Pill (1-2) earned his first win of the season, cruising through eight innings on just 4 hits, no runs and 4 strikeouts. Ty Buttrey (0-4) lasted only 2.2 innings on 4 runs (one earned), taking the loss for Portland. Portland has suffered seven straight losses and eight straight on the road. The opponent has pitched a quality start in seven straight. Former Sea Dog Derrik Gibson led off the first with a double and scored on an error by 2B Wendell Rijo. Dominic Smith drove home the second run with a single and LJ Mazzilli added a two-run double. Heri Quevedo pitched 3.1 innings on two hits, one run, two walks and three strikeouts. Williams Jerez pitched a scoreless seventh and Rob Wort allowed an unearned run in the eighth. Portland had 4 hits on the night, receiving singles from Tzu-Wei Lin, Ali Solis and Jordan Weems. Wendell Rijo finished 1-for-3 with a double. The Sea Dogs are off on Thursday and open up a 7-game homestand on Friday night against the Reading Fightin Phils from Hadlock Field. Tickets are available at seadogs.com or 207-879-9500. Radio coverage begins on the WPEI U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network (95.5, 95.9, 780 & 1450) at 5:40 PM.
Posted by: MBR on Sat Apr 30th, 2016 9:13 am
[size=120:kx45v18r]Strong start propels Fightin Phils by Sea Dogs[/size:kx45v18r] PORTLAND | The Reading Fightin Phils jumped out to a 6-0 lead and never looked back, taking game one of their three-game series with the Portland Sea Dogs 14-3 Friday night in an Eastern League game at Hadlock Field. Portland’s Carson Smith made his Red Sox organizational debut on …http://bangordailynews.com/2016/04/29/s ... -sea-dogs/
Posted by: MBR on Wed May 4th, 2016 6:47 am
[size=120:82iqnqdk]Binghamton pounds Sea Dogs[/size:82iqnqdk] PORTLAND | The Binghamton Mets scored four runs in three different innings and cruised to a 13-2 Eastern League baseball win over the Portland Sea Dogs in the series opener on Tuesday night at Hadlock Field. The top six hitters in the Binghamton lineup combined to go 16-for-30 with …http://bangordailynews.com/2016/05/03/s ... -sea-dogs/
Posted by: MBR on Thu May 5th, 2016 7:28 am
[size=120:120jumf5]Binghamton rallies past Sea Dogs[/size:120jumf5] PORTLAND | Binghamton scored twice in the fifth, sixth and seventh innings on Wednesday night to post a 6-3 Eastern League baseball victory over the Portland Sea Dogs at Hadlock Field. The game was called after seven innings because of rain. Trailing 3-2, the Mets (13-10) scored four unanswered …http://bangordailynews.com/2016/05/04/s ... -sea-dogs/
[u:ltlu90aw]Sea Dogs Finally End B-Mets' Streak, Win 2-1[/u:ltlu90aw]Portland, Maine - The Sea Dogs (9-18) struck for two runs in the seventh inning and held on to defeat the Binghamton Mets (13-11) 2-1 on Thursday afternoon at Hadlock Field. The win ends a streak of 14 straight losses to the B-Mets at Hadlock dating back to September 5, 2014.Both teams scored their runs in the seventh inning. After a bunt single by Victor Cruzado (1-4, R), he was able to advance to third after a groundout and an infield single. Cruzado then came around to score the game's first run on a wild pitch by Simon Mercedes (W, 2-2) to give Binghamton a 1-0 lead.Portland answered right back in the bottom of the seventh. Tim Roberson (3-4, 2B, R) doubled off Rainy Lara (L, 2-3) to lead off the inning, then Rainel Rosario (1-3, 2B, RBI) doubled to left center to score Roberson and tie the game. Later in the inning with the bases loaded, Tzu-Wei Lin (1-3, RBI) delivered the game-winning RBI single to score pinch-runner Henry Ramos (0-1, R) and put the Sea Dogs ahead 2-1.Aaron Wilkerson received no decision, but worked six scoreless innings and allowed just two hits while walking one and striking out seven. It was Wilkerson's third scoreless outing of the season. Lara allowed two earned runs in 6+ innings on seven hits, walking one and striking out three. Mercedes was able to pitch out of jams in the seventh and eighth innings, stranding three runners in two frames. Chandler Shepherd earned his third save of the season with a 1-2-3 ninth.The Sea Dogs hit the road and open up a three-game series tomorrow night in Reading against the Fightin Phils, first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 PM. RHP Keith Couch makes his first start for the Sea Dogs this season, while RHP Ricardo Pinto (0-1, 4.28) is scheduled to start for Reading. Pregame coverage begins on the WPEI US Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network at 6:45 PM.
[u:pddzybod]Reading sweeps Portland with two walk-off hits[/u:pddzybod]Reading, PA - The Reading Fightin Phils swept a doubleheader from the Portland Sea Dogs with two walk-off wins, 2-1 and 5-4 (8-innings), Saturday night at FirstEnergy Stadium in front of 6,970 fans. Portland has lost three straight in Reading - all in walk-off hits.In the opener, Portland couldn't hold a 1-0 lead, as the Fightins tied the game in the sixth on a two-out RBI double by Jorge Alfaro. In the seventh, Jake Fox singled, but was lifted for pinch-runner KC Serna. Angelo Mora nailed a walk-off RBI single off Williams Jerez. The Sea Dogs first run came on Wendell Rijo's sacrifice fly in the fifth. Keith Couch made his first Double-A start since 2014, working six innings on 3 hits and one run. Williams Jerez faced three batters and took the loss. Tom Windle pitched a perfect seventh to earn his first win of the season.In game two, Pinch-runner KC Serna scored the winning run again, as Reading won 5-4 in 8-innings. With two outs in the eighth, Harold Martinez lined a walk-off RBI single to right field. The Sea Dogs scored in the first 3 innings to take a 3-0 lead against spot starter Yacksel Rios. Cole Sturgeon, Jose Vinicio and Ryan Court had RBIs. Reading rallied back against Mitch Atkins, scoring two in the third and fourth innings. Portland tied the game in the sixth on a sacrifice fly by Ali Solis.The Sea Dogs and Fightins complete their three-game series tomorrow afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium, first pitch is scheduled for 2:05 PM. RHP Justin Haley (1-2, 3.09) makes the start for Portland. LHP Anthony Vasquez (5-0, 1.54) takes the mound for Reading. Tickets for the next homestand (May 12-18) can be purchased at the Sea Dogs' ticket office, or by calling 879-9500, and online at seadogs.com.
[u:2n7nent3]Haley leads Portland in a 4-3 win at Reading[/u:2n7nent3]Reading, PA - Justin Haley (2-2) tied a season-high with seven innings, leading the Sea Dogs to a 4-3 win over the Reading Fightin Phils on Sunday afternoon at FirstEnergy Stadium. Haley earned his second straight win, both against the Fightins, scattering four hits, two walks and fanned five. With the victory, the Sea Dogs (10-20) snapped a season-high 10-game losing streak on the road.Portland scored four runs off losing pitcher Anthony Vasquez (5-1) in the second inning, sending all nine men to the plate. Tim Roberson and Jake Romanski led off the frame with walks. Portland's lower third of the order: Ryan Court, Derek Miller and Tzu-Wei Lin delivered RBI singles. Henry Ramos reached on an error by 3B Angelo Mora for Portland's 4th run. The Fightins (19-11) scored all three runs in the eighth inning off Chandler Shepherd. With two outs, Dylan Cozens hit a two-run homer and Rhys Hoskins followed with a solo-shot to right field. In the ninth, Shepherd fanned Roman Quinn and J.P. Crawford with runners at first and third to end the game.Portland snapped a 10-game road-losing streak, and evened up their series with Reading at 5 games apiece.The Sea Dogs open up a three-game series on Monday night against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. RHP Teddy Stankiewicz (0-1, 3.58) makes the start for Portland. New Hampshire counters with RHP Jason Berken (0-5, 5.46).Tickets for the next homestand (May 12-18) can be purchased at the Sea Dogs' ticket office, or by calling 879-9500, and online at seadogs.com.
[u:n8ky4hvw]'Dogs Can't Overcome 'Cats Pitching, Fall 2-1[/u:n8ky4hvw] Manchester, NH - The New Hampshire Fisher Cats (12-17) scored twice in the first inning and held on for the remainder of the game, defeating the Sea Dogs (10-21) 2-1 on Monday night at Northeast Delta Stadium in Manchester.Jon Berti tripled off Teddy Stankiewicz (L, 0-2) with one out in the first, Dwight Smith Jr. doubled him in to make it 1-0, then Matt Dean hit an RBI single to score Smith and put New Hampshire ahead 2-0.Stankiewicz settled down after that and lasted six innings in his outing, allowing two earned runs on five hits while walking one and striking out four. It was Stankiewicz's fifth quality start in six outings.The Sea Dogs struck for a run off Fisher Cats' starter Luis Santos (W, 3-0) in the fourth inning. With two outs and the bases empty, Jake Romanski (2-4, 2B, R) doubled and Aneury Tavarez (1-3, 2B, RBI) hit an RBI double to cut the deficit to 2-1.Santos tied a career high throwing seven innings, allowing one run on four hits while walking two and striking out six. John Stilson and Wil Browning (S, 4) combined to pitch two scoreless in relief.Ty Buttrey (0-4, 4.09) seeks his first Double-A win on Tuesday night, as the the Sea Dogs and New Hampshire Fisher Cats continue their three-game series at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. RHP Jeremy Gabryszwski (0-1, 3.41) makes his 7th start of the season for the Fisher Cats.Tickets for the next homestand (May 12-18) can be purchased at the Sea Dogs' ticket office, or by calling 879-9500, and online at seadogs.com.
[u:215pfqnf]Cats top Dogs again[/u:215pfqnf]Manchester, NH - The New Hampshire Fisher Cats (13-17) bashed 13 hits en route to an 8-1 victory over the Sea Dogs (10-22) on Tuesday night at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium.The Sea Dogs tied a season high by committing five errors in the game. New Hampshire scored an unearned run in the first on an RBI groundout by Jon Berti and never trailed after that. Ian Parmley added an RBI double in the fourth to make it 2-0.The Sea Dogs scored their lone run of the game in the fourth. After a double by Wendell Rijo to lead off the frame, Tzu-Wei Lin delivered a double down the left field line to score Rijo.New Hampshire added four more runs in the fifth, capped by a two-run homer by Rowdy Tellez (4), who finished a triple shy of the cycle. The 'Cats scored twice in the sixth to pad the lead at 8-1.Ty Buttrey (L, 0-5) allowed six runs (four earned) on seven hits, walking none and striking out three. Jeremy Gabryszwski (W, 1-1) went six innings and allowed one run on five hits, walking none and striking out five. Jason Berken (S, 1) earned the save by pitching the final three innings scoreless and allowing just one hit.Portland and New Hampshire wrap-up their three-game series on Wednesday morning with a 10:35 AM start from Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. Aaron Wilkerson (1-1, 2.08) makes his 6th start of the season for Portland. Lefty Shane Dawson (1-1, 2.70) gets the call for New Hampshire.The Sea Dogs open up an eight-game homestand on Thursday night against the Binghamton Mets at Hadlock Field. Tickets can be purchased at the Sea Dogs' ticket office, or by calling 879-9500, and online at seadogs.com.