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Clippers bats explode against the Charlotte Knights (Tuesday)

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Yohan Pino gave up 4 runs in the lst inning Tuesday night and things looked bleak for Columbus, but only  for that brief moment.  The Clippers blew up for five runs in their half of the opening frame  and never looked back in a 12-7 win in the opening game of a four game series against the Charlotte Knights.

Jason Donald Columbus (MiLB)

Jason Donald started the rally with a solo home run as a part of his 4-hit, 3-RBI night, most among the Clippers who tallied 18 hits in-their eight offensive turns. A walk and back-to-back doubles by Shelley Duncan and Wes Hodges made it 4-3 and Columbus grabbed the lead for good when Brian Buscher drilled a 2-run blast off of the scoreboard to cap off the 1st inning.

The Clippers scored 5 more runs in the 2nd inning on 6 singles and tacked on two more in the 3rd to finish their night from a  scoring perspective. Pino found a rhythm and tossed three shutout innings after the 1st until being touched up for a 2-run homer in the 5th.

Buckeye Pitchers Bounce Back, Top Marshall 7-4


Columbus, Ohio – You needed a program to keep track of the number of funks that the baseball Buckeyes snapped out of Wednesday night, as they topped Marshall 7-4.  OSU had lost four of their last five, and been thrashed 14-3 last year and 17-1 earlier this year by the Thundering Herd.  The Buckeyes, who had given up 32 runs in their last two games against Penn State, are now  23-13.  Marshall is 20-22, losing their second game in as many days, after winning seven straight.

Zach Hurley (osu)

Freshman Brett McKinney bounced back from a four-run/three walk/no-outs-recorded relief appearance Sunday against Penn State, allowing no hits and two walks in a five-inning start.  Theron Minium and Jared Strayer followed McKinney and gave up two hits each, and were helped by double plays in the 6th and 7th.

The Buckeyes roughed up Ben Frith for five runs in the first.  Michael Stephens’ groundout scored Zach Hurley, who led off the game with his team-leading 17th double.  Ryan Dew singled in Cory Kovanda, and two batters later, Brian DeLucia crushed a three-run homer to left center.  DeLucia’s 38 RBI’s lead the Buckeyes.

The Buckeyes loaded the bases on three singles in the 7th, and scored twice on Mike Cavilli wild pitches.  Marshall scored their first run on a Strayer wild pitch in the 8th.  The Herd’s Rhett Stafford singled in two runs in the 9th, and Eric Semeniuk another off Eric Best, but Best struck out Kris Hecktor with two on to end the game.


* The Buckeyes have now won five of six games when Brian DeLucia has hit a home run. The only game Ohio State did not win was the middle game against Indiana when the junior hit a grand slam.

* Ohio State moved to 10-2 on the season when leading after the first inning.

* DeLucia leads the Buckeyes with nine multiple RBI games this season and six in his last nine games.

* The Buckeyes moved to 16-2 against Marshall all-time after dropping the last two against the Thundering Herd.

* Hurley extended his team-leading hitting streak to 13 games.

*Cory Rupert has now reached base safely in all 26 starts this season.

NHL PLAYOFFS: Western Conference (Friday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Red Wings defeated the Coyotes in Glendale, Arizona. Jimmy Howard turned in an outstanding performance and Tomas Holmstrom and Pavel Datsyuk each had a goal and an assist as Detroit beat Phoenix and took a 3-2 lead in the first-round series.

Tomas Holmstom (nhl)

Howard, coming off a shutout, finished with 30 saves including two huge stops on Martin Hanzal’s breakaway with the score tied 1-1.

Henrik Zetterberg scored for the sixth time in the series for Detroit.

Mikael Samuelsson (nhl)

Mikael Samuelsson scored twice and added an assist, and Vancouver routed Los Angeles to grab a 3-2 series lead.

Daniel Sedin and Samuelsson scored 5 minutes apart in the second period to chase LA goalie Jonathan Quick.

Henrik Sedin, who led the NHL in regular-season points, set up both  second period goals.

NHL Playoffs: Eastern Conference (Friday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports

Tuukka Rask Boston (nhl)

Adam Mair, Jason Pominville and Mike Grier scored in the first 30 minutes for the Buffalo Sabres, who came back from a devastating loss and beat the Boston Bruins 4-1 to force a sixth game in the Eastern Conference first-round series.

Boston goalie Tuukka Rask had outplayed Buffalo’s Ryan Miller, as the Bruins had won three straight tight games.

The Sabres broke through early in this one, with Mair scoring on Buffalo’s first shot. The Bruins didn’t recover.

Alex Ovechkin Washington (nhl)

Terrific goaltending by Jaroslav Halak and a pair of early goals as eighth-seeded Montreal beat Washington, 2-1.

Halak made 37 saves in his return to the net, Michael Cammalleri and Travis Moen scored on two of the Canadiens first five shots.

Alex Ovechkin scored the Capitals only goal in the second period.

Stephen Strasburg overshadows Brad Lidge in AA game in Reading

compiled from staff and wire reports

It was the phenom against a World Series champion closer.

The winner was the phenom, Stephen Strasburg pitched five no-hit innings in his fourth professional start and drove in the game’s only run as the Double-A Harrisburg Senators shutout the Reading Phillies 1-0 on Tuesday night.

Philadelphia closer Brad Lidge, a World Series hero in 2008, was making a rehab appearance for Reading, but the rookie Strasburg was the star of the show.

Stephen Strasburg (MiLB)

The San Diego State product retired the first 13 batters he faced in the first game of a doubleheader, striking out six. The only batter to reach base against Strasburg in five innings was Michael Spidale, who struck out swinging in the fifth but advanced to first on a passed ball by the catcher.

Strasburg, the Washington Nationals’ number 1 pick during the summer of 2009, threw just 64 pitches. He upped his record to 3-0 and lowered his ERA to 0.52. Strasburg has struck out 23 and walked just three batters in 17.1 innings pitched in 2010.

The 21-year-old is showing that he can hit. He is 2-for-6 with 2 RBI’s and singled in teammate Sean Rooney in the fifth inning.

His mound opponent, Brad Lidge has been on the Phillies disabled list since spring training from offseason surgery on his knee and elbow, is trying to get back to the major leagues.

Lidge, who is 33, struck out four in two innings pitched. He has had eight rehab appearances since April 10 and second with Reading.

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