Portland Sea Dogs Running Thread

on Sat May 27th, 2017 7:37 am
Portland, Maine - The Trenton Thunder overcame an early 4-0 deficit and scored eight unanswered runs, ultimately defeating the Sea Dogs 8-6 on Friday night in the series opener at Hadlock Field.Josh Rogers (W, 1-0) earned the victory in his Double-A debut. Rogers allowed four runs on five hits in 5.2 innings. All four runs were scored by Portland in the second - Rogers retired 14 of the 15 batters he faced in the other 4.2 innings he worked.The Sea Dogs led off the second inning with four straight hits off of Rogers. Mike Olt drove in Nick Longhi with an RBI single to plate the game's first run, then Josh Tobias doubled to make it 2-0 Portland. Jake DePew followed with an RBI groundout, and two batters later Danny Bars dropped down an RBI bunt single to extend the Sea Dogs' lead to 4-0.Trenton began their comeback in the fifth inning against Trey Ball (L, 1-4). Billy Fleming led off by reaching on an error by Rafael Devers, then Abiatal Avelino lined out to right for the first out. After a single by Thairo Estrada, Jake Cave doubled to plate both runners and cut the Portland lead to 4-2. Ball walked Miguel Andujar and Mike Ford, then Zack Zehner drove in Cave with an RBI single to make it a 4-3 game.Trenton took the lead in the sixth inning, adding three more runs - all scoring with two outs. Ball got two outs, but allowed singles to Fleming and Estrada before being lifted for Josh Smith. Cave then greeted Smith with an RBI single to left-center to tie the game at four. Miguel Andujar followed with a two-run single to put the Thunder ahead 6-4.Trey Ball allowed five runs (four earned) on 11 hits while walking two and striking out three in the start for Portland.Trenton added two more runs in the top of the ninth inning of Yankory Pimentel. Matt Wotherspoon worked 2.1 innings of scoreless relief and allowed just one hit while striking out five. The Sea Dogs scored twice off of Cale Coshow in the bottom of the ninth on a two-run single by Joseph Monge.Trenton cranked out a season-high 17 hits in the win. Six Trenton players had multi-hit games.The series continues tomorrow afternoon at Hadlock Field with a 1:00 PM first pitch. RHP Kevin McAvoy (1-2, 3.35) is scheduled to start for Portland against RHP Yefry Ramirez (5-1, 3.00) for Trenton. Tickets are available by calling 207-879-9500 or seadogs.com.Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 12:45 PM
on Sun May 28th, 2017 9:22 am
Thunder storm past Sea Dogs 13-1 on Saturday. @USCELLULAR Recap: http://atmilb.com/2r8d6P2
on Mon May 29th, 2017 6:23 am
The Trenton Thunder (32-16) struck for four runs in the sixth inning and defeated the Sea Dogs (21-23) 6-2 in front of a sellout crowd of 7,368 on Sunday afternoon at Hadlock Field. Trenton has won the first three games of the series with Portland and has won seven in a row overall. The Sea Dogs plated the game's first run in the third inning when Rafael Devers beat out a potential double play to allow Jake DePew to score with two outs. The run was unearned because of an error committed by Mike Ford earlier in the inning. That would be the lone run allowed by Thunder starter Justus Sheffield (W, 4-2). The southpaw went 6.2 innings and allowed just three hits while walking one and fanning six. Trenton tied the game off of Teddy Stankiewicz (L 2-2) in the fifth inning. Jorge Saez singled and advanced to second on an error by Cole Sturgeon, then advanced to third on a wild pitch. Abiatal Avelino lined a single into left to even the score 1-1. The Thunder took the lead with fourth straight base hits off of Stankiewicz to begin the sixth. Miguel Andujar put Trenton ahead with an RBI single to score Billy McKinney. Zack Zehner doubled in a run, Rashad Crawford hit a sac fly, and Billy Fleming delivered an RBI single. Stankiewicz allowed five runs (four earned) on nine hits in 5.2 innings. He walked one and struck out three. Andujar extended the Thunder lead to 6-1 with a homer off of Williams Jerez in the seventh. Rafael Devers homered off of J.P Feyereisen over the Sea Dogs' bullpen in the eighth. Devers leads the team with eight home runs and 26 RBIs. The series concludes tomorrow afternoon at Hadlock Field with a 1:00 PM first pitch. RHP Travis Lakins (0-2, 15.00) is scheduled to start for Portland against RHP Ronald Herrera (5-0, 1.47) for Trenton. Tickets are available by calling 207-879-9500 or seadogs.com. Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 12:45 PM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 12:55 PM.
on Tue May 30th, 2017 6:13 am
Sea Dogs win! Sea Dogs win! 8-7 in 10-innings on as walk-off, two-out RBI single by Deiner Lopez.https://t.co/2eCfL9wh0B
on Wed May 31st, 2017 6:09 am
[u:1feyvlpo]Olt's blast in the 11th, gives 'Dogs 4-2 win[/u:1feyvlpo]https://www.milb.com/sea-dogs/news/olts ... -196097246
on Thu Jun 1st, 2017 8:06 am
[u:2bm0jq74]Sea Dogs drop a pair in Reading, 6-2 and 4-3 in 13 innings[/u:2bm0jq74]Reading, PA - The Portland Sea Dogs (23-25) dropped a doubleheader to the Reading Fightin Phils (26-23) on Wednesday night at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Fightins took the opener 6-2 and won the nightcap with a 4-3, 13-inning walk-off win. Game 1 recapTrey Ball (1-5) yielded a career-high four homers, as Reading took the opener 6-2. Tyler Viza (3-3) worked six strong innings on five hits and two runs, earning his first win this season against Portland.Jeremy Barfield put the Sea Dogs on the board with a solo-homer to lead-off the second. The homer was the second for Barfield since joining Portland on May 26th. Reading responded in there half of the second against Ball. Kyle Martin hit a two-run homer and Malquin Canelo produced an RBI double. The homers continued in the fourth inning. Jiandido Tromp led off with a homer and Mitch Walding hit a solo-shot with two outs. Portland cut the deficit to 5-2 in the sixth inning on a sacrifice fly by Josh Tobias, but Tromp gave Reading that run back, hitting a solo-homer in the sixth. Game 2 recapAndrew Pullin hit a lead-off, walk-off homer in the 13 th inning, lifting the Reading Fightin Phils to a 4-3 win. The homer came off position-player Jeremy Barfield. Barfield worked three innings on two hits, one run, no walks and three strikeouts. Joey De Nato (4-1) worked a scoreless top of the 13th inning to earn the win. Portland got off to a great start, scoring twice off John Richy in the first. Danny Mars and Joseph Monge set the table with singles and Rafael Devers nailed a two-run triple. Reading got back in the game, courtesy of Angelo Mora. In the fourth, Mora knocked out Taylor Grover with a run-scoring single. In the sixth with two outs, he tied the game with a solo-homer off Ty Buttrey. Mike Olt gave the Sea Dogs a 3-2 lead in the seventh inning with a solo-homer off Yacksel Rios. The homer was the second in the series and his seventh of the year. Reading tied the game in their half of the seventh on a run-scoring double by Osmel Aguila. Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 11:20 AM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 11:30 AM. Portland's next homestand is June 6-11 against the Akron RubberDucks (Indians affiliate) and Erie SeaWolves (Tigers affiliate). Tickets available at seadogs.com or 207-879-9500.
on Fri Jun 2nd, 2017 6:28 am
U.S. Cellular game recap: Sea Dogs fall to Reading, 14-6 on Thursday.https://goo.gl/nVi6W8
on Sat Jun 3rd, 2017 5:48 am
[u:2mfdvdro]Binghamton gets by Portland [/u:2mfdvdro]Binghamton, NY - The Binghamton Rumble Ponies (30-19) scored seven unanswered runs, defeating the Portland Sea Dogs (23-27), 7-4, Friday night at NYSEG Stadium. Rafael Devers went 3-for-4 with a 2-run homer in the loss. RHP Mickey Jannis (4-1) worked six strong innings on four hits, two runs, no walks and seven strikeouts to earn the win for Binghamton. Portland took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on a two-run homer by Devers (3-for-4, HR, 2 RBI). Binghamton scored six runs off Teddy Stankiewicz (L, 2-3) in five innings, giving the righty his third loss of the year. Champ Stuart tied the game with a two-run double in the second inning. The Rumble Ponies took the lead for good in the third inning on a run-scoring double by Cody Decker, who scored on a wild pitch. In the fifth, David Thompson (3-for-4) and Colton Plaia provided RBI singles, with Decker knocking in the seventh run on a sacrifice fly. Portland made some noise in the ninth inning off the Ponies bullpen. Jeremy Barfield and Mike Olt delivered back-to-back RBI doubles, but Corey Burns retired the final two batters to earn his third save of the year.LHP Jake Drehoff made his season debut for the Sea Dogs, allowing one run over three innings pitched.The Sea Dogs and Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Mets affiliate) play a doubleheader on Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium beginning at 5:35 PM. RHP Travis Lakins (0-2, 9.82) takes on RHP Seth Lugo (0-1, 4.50) in game one. In the nightcap, RHP Jacob Dahlstrand (3-1, 6.06) starts opposite LHP PJ Conlon (5-3, 3.47)Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 5:20 PM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 5:30 PM. Portland's next homestand is June 6-11 against the Akron RubberDucks (Indians affiliate) and Erie SeaWolves (Tigers affiliate).
on Thu Jun 8th, 2017 4:58 am
Portland, Maine - The Akron RubberDucks (26-28) swept a doubleheader over the Sea Dogs (24-30) on Wednesday night at Hadlock Field, winning game one 21-4 and game two 7-6 in eight innings. Game 1 recapIn game one, the Sea Dogs set a new franchise record for runs allowed in a single game with 21. The previous high of 20 had occurred multiple times, most recently vs. Connecticut on April 26, 2009. The 17-run margin of defeat also tied a franchise record, which had previously been set on August 19, 2009 vs. Reading. All nine hitters in the RubberDucks' lineup had at least a hit in game one, while eight of nine finished with multi-hit games. Akron struck for four runs in the second inning off of Elih Villanueva (L, 0-1), then added four more off Villanueva in the fourth inning to extend their lead to 8-0. Villanueva lasted 3.1 innings in his Red Sox organizational debut and allowed ten hits while walking one and striking out three. Seven of the runs allowed by Villanueva were earned. Matt Esparza (2-0) was excellent in his second career Double-A start. He allowed four runs (three earned) on six hits in six innings. He walked one and struck out five. Akron blew the game open in the fifth, scoring eight runs on seven hits off of Williams Jerez. The RubberDucks sent 12 men to the plate in the inning and led 16-1 after five. Akron had their third four-run inning of the game in the seventh. Francisco Mejia homered twice and drove in six runs. Luigi Rodriguez had four hits - including a homer and two doubles. Yu Chang also added a three-run homer over the Maine Monster. Nick Longhi finished with two doubles and an RBI for Portland. Jeremy Barfield went 2-for-3 with an RBI and run scored, and Josh Tobias had two RBIs as well. Game 2 recap Akron picked up where they left off in the first inning of game two, scoring five runs off of Jake Drehoff (ND) in the first inning. Joe Sever put Akron on the board with a two-run single, then Eric Haase hit a three-run homer to make it 5-0.Trailing 6-1 in the third, the Sea Dogs began their comeback. With two on and two out, Mike Olt delivered a two-run double off of David Speer (ND) to cut the deficit to 6-3. Portland scored two more times in the fourth off of Perci Garner to make it a one-run game, then Olt homered off of Cameron Hill in the fifth to tie it 6-6. Speer (ND) allowed three runs on five hits in 2.2 innings in a spot start for Akron. Luigi Rodriguez hit a solo homer into the US Cellular Pavilion off of Josh Smith in the 8th inning to give Akron the 7-6 victory.Portland and Akron wrap-up their three-game series on Thursday morning beginning at 11:00 AM at Hadlock Field. RHP Kevin McAvoy (1-4, 5.63) takes on RHP Nick Pasquale (3-5, 3.82). Tickets available at seadogs.com or 207-879-9500. Listen live on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network beginning at 10:45 AM and watch on MiLB.TV starting at 10:55 AM.