A perfect day of baseball from the farm. The four affiliates in season all won yesterday with two of those games providing extra innings and of those two, one was a thrilling win. The other, if you didn’t know it was an extra inning affair, would look like a slight butt-kicking.
There was probably some concern over the Blaze, but it appears they are starting to right the ship under Ken Griffey. That’s the silver lining. The only team that currently owns a record over .500 is Louisville.
W: Christiani (1-2, 3.52) ; L: Colon, R (0-1, 27.00)
Free baseball down in Louisville. Only one extra inning and the result was well worth hanging around to see. For the second time this season, Perez ends a game with a walk-off home run.
Pensacola Blue Wahoos
W: Hayes (1-0, 4.50) ; L: Caminero (1-1, 12.27)
A close affair between the Blue Wahoos and the Suns…until Pensacola sent 13 men to the plate in the bottom of the 8th, scoring 8 times.
W: Johnson, J (1-0, 4.38) ; L: Devenski (2-1, 3.18) ; SV: McMyne (1)
A four-run second inning was all the Blaze needed to win back-to-back games for the first time this season. Bakersfield has also won three of its last four games.
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W: Chacin (1-0, 0.00) ; L: Sterling (0-1, 10.13)
Cisco didn’t get the decision as the Dragons had to go extra innings for the win. But what an 11th by the Draaons as they cross the plate five times and send 10 to the plate. In his three starts in 2013, Cisco has pitched at least 6 innings. He also has 22 strikeouts and only one walk.