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Scranton extends working agreement with New York Yankees

compiled from Scranton-Wilkes Barre and New York Yankees news

The New York Yankees will continue their Triple-A affiliation with the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Red Barons thru the 2014 season, Lonn Trost, Yankees CEO made the announcement last week.

“This area in Scranton offers both organizations unique marketing opportunities and a fan base that is very supportive of the New York Yankees.” Trost said.

Jeremy Ruby Scranton-Wilkes Barre general manager (MiLB)

Scranton began play as a Yankees Triple-A affiliate starting with the 2007 season. The Red Barons have made the playoffs the past three years and won the Governors Cup in 2008.

Former Reds manager Dave Miley has piloted the ball club the past three years. The Yankees and Columbus Clippers finished a 28-year relationship after the 2006 season. Miley managed Columbus in both 2005 and 2006.

Minor League Baseball: Dragons results (Saturday, Sunday, Monday)

Info Courtesy of the Dayton Dragons


Ty Morrison Bowling Green (MiLB)

Ty Morrison collected four hits including a home run, triple, and two singles to lead the Bowling Green Hot Rods to a 10-7 victory over the Dayton Dragons in the first game of a day-night doubleheader on Saturday.

Morrison drove in three runs, scored three times and stole two bases to lead the Hot Rods. Dustin Biell also added a two-run home run for Bowling Green.


Shortstop Diogenes Luis made a leaping catch with two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning as the Bowling Green Hot Rods held on for a 5-2 win and a doubleheader sweep of the Dayton Dragons. A crowd of 9,093 fans were in attendance.

Diogenes Luis Bowling Green (MiLB)

Dragons starting pitcher Pedro Villarreal was a tough-luck loser. He allowed five runs in six innings, but only one earned run, falling to 2-3.


Reliever Scott Shuman pitched out of a bases loaded jam after allowing one run in the bottom of the ninth inning as  the Bowling Green Hot Rods held on to defeat the Dayton Dragons 6-4 on Sunday afternoon before a crowd of 8,929 at Fifth Third Field.

Dragons starting pitcher J.C. Sulbaran suffered the loss. He worked five innings, allowing nine hits and four earned runs with two walks and three strikeouts.

Scott Shuman Bowling Green (MiLB)


Starting pitcher Aaron Dott and two relief pitcher combined to scatter five hits as the Bowling Green Hot Rods defeated the Dayton Dragons 5-0 at Fifth Third Field. The Hot Rods completed a sweep of the five-game series before a crowd of 8,595.

Dragons starting pitcher Josh Ravin (2-4) suffered the loss. He worked six innings, allowing eight hits and five runs (four earned) with one walk and five strikeouts.

Aaron Dott Bowling Green (MiLB)

Minor League Baseball: Clippers results (Saturday, Sunday, Monday)

Info Courtesy of the Columbus Clippers


The Clippers rolled into Carolina Saturday to take on the Charlotte Knights and a former teammate sent them down to defeat, but not before Columbus played their longest game of the season. A former member of the Indians organization, Luis Rodriguez’ solo walk-off homer in the bottom of the 12th inning gave the Knights a 3-2 victory in the series opener.

Luis Rodriguez (MiLB)


On a hot Sunday afternoon in South Carolina, Charlotte pitcher Dan Hudson served up scorching fastballs and blistering breaking pitches and got his revenge as the Knights beat Columbus 5-0.

Hudson gave up nine runs in just one inning at Huntington Park on April 24th, his worst start as a professional, but this time he took his frustrations out on Columbus in a dominating fashion. He basically blew right through their lineup with 8 innings of shutout ball, striking out a season-high 11 batters, walked one and allowed 3 singles for hits.

Dan Hudson (MiLB)


In a game delayed twice by rain at Knights Stadium Monday night, the Clippers persevered for a 9-2 victory over the Charlotte Knights to ensure at least a .500 road trip.

Yohan Pino started for the Clippers and after Brent Lillibridge’s homer; he allowed no more hits over 4 innings of work before the rains came. Frank Herrmann took the mound when play resumed and threw 2.2 scoreless innings to earn the win before handing the ball to Joe Smith who threw 1.1 shutout frames. Josh Judy finished the game for Columbus.

Jordan Brown (MiLB)

Strasburg has off night, but keeps team in game

compiled from staff, wire and Syracuse Chiefs news

In the minor leagues, Stephen Strasburg can have an off night, not have his best stuff and still have a chance to win a game or even give his team a quality start.

Strasburg, who had not allowed a run in winning his first three Triple-A starts for the Syracuse Chiefs, went five innings Monday night against the Toledo Mud Hens, allowing five hits and two runs, one earned. He left with the score tied at 2-2, however, his team won 6-3. He threw 52 pitches, 36 for strikes, with no walks and five strikeouts.

Stephen Strasburg (Harrisburg Senators photo)

The franchise right-hander had allowed only four hits and no runs in 18 1/3 innings in his first three starts. In 45 1/3 innings in eight starts between Double-A Harrisburg and Syracuse, he has struck out 54 and  yielded just 22 hits and 10 walks. Strasburg has an overall ERA of 0.99; 0.39 with the Chiefs.

Strasburg, the number 1 pick in the 2009 amateur draft by the Washington Nationals, was finally touched for an unearned run in the third, ending his scoreless  streak at 20 1/3 innings at the minors’ highest level. Deik Scram hit a grounder over first base and down the right-field line for a triple and scored on a passed ball.

Strasburg, who threw 92 pitches in his previous outing, was not very happy when he was pulled and neither was the crowd of 13,288, the second-largest in franchise history behind the 13,766 that turned out for his Triple-A debut on May 7. Most headed for the exits when they knew his night was done.

Strasburg, who signed a $15.1 million, four-year contract with the Nationals, is expected to make one more start for Syracuse before being promoted to Washington.

Columbus Clippers blast Gwinnett Braves, 8-1

Info Courtesy of Gwinnett Braves and Columbus Clippers


The Columbus Clippers defeated the Gwinnett Braves, 8-1 on Friday night at Coolray Field. Columbus pitcher Josh Tomlin allowed only 1 hit in his 7 innings of work. The Clippers clinched the series win with victory (3-1). Gwinnett (18-23) now sits in a second place tie with Norfolk in the International League South, 4.5 games behind Durham. Columbus (27-16) remains in first place, 2.5 games ahead of Toledo.

Josh Tomlin (MiLB)

Josh Tomlin only faced only two batters more than the minimum and walked 2. This is his third win in a row. Tomlin, now 5-1, struck out 5 batters and held the G-Braves scoreless.

Second Baseman Brian Bixler went 3-for-5 with 2 RBI’s.


* Chris Resop of the Gwinnett Braves was selected International League pitcher of the week, for the week of May 10-16. The 27-year-old Resop went 2-0 in beating Pawtucket and Lehigh Valley to run his 2010 record to 4-1 and a 1.90 ERA thru eight starts. He pitched five innings in the win over Pawtucket and pitched seven innings versus Lehigh Valley giving up only one hit striking out eight hitters. Resop signed with Atlanta before the 2010 season as a free agent. He has pitched in 57 games in the major leagues with the Braves, Angels and Marlins. He pitched in 2009 in Japan.

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