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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)

Bailey goes on the DL; Reds promote Enerio Del Rosario

compiled from staff, wire and Cincinnati Reds reports

Right-hander Homer Bailey has been put on the 15-day disabled list after medical tests found nothing more serious than inflammation in his pitching shoulder. The Reds were concerned that the inflammation in Bailey’s shoulder could linger.

The Reds called up 24-year-old reliever Enerio Del Rosario from Triple-A Louisville to take Bailey’s roster spot and help the bullpen get through the rest of the week. The Reds expect to make another move to add a starting pitcher on Friday, whne Bailey would’ve made his next start.

Bailey had tightness in his shoulder during the Reds’ 4-3 loss in Cleveland on Sunday. The problem with his arm developed in the third inning, forcing him from the game.

Enerio Del Rosario (MiLB)

Del Rosario made his major league debut on Monday against Pittsburgh in the seventh inning and struck out Andrew McCutcheon, who reached on a passed ball on strike three. the right-hander was 1-1 with three saves and a 1.46 ERA in 20 relief appearances for Louisville this season. Del Rosario has saved his baseball career by changing his delivery.

Del Rosario was nearly released at Class A last season. The coaching staff suggested he change his delivery, by going to a sidearm approach and everything in his pitching improved dramatically. He made his way all the way back to Louisville by the end of the season.  He throws in the low 90-mph range and his sidearm delivery is very difficult on hitters.

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.

Omar Vizquel keeps moving up the record books; helps ChiSox beat Tribe

compiled from staff and wire reports

When Omar Vizquel joined the White Sox, he couldn’t wear his familiar and favorite number 13 because it belonged to manager Ozzie Guillen, who wouldn’t give it up. So Viquel asked his idol and fellow countryman Luis Aparicio if he could wear his retired number 11 to honor the longtime shortstop.

Aparicio said “yes” and the White Sox brought back the number, which was retired in 1984, for Vizquel to wear during the 2010 season.

Omar Vizquel (mlb)

The 43-year-old Vizquel received a warm ovation from Cleveland fans, who really loved and adored the 11-time Gold Glove winner during his 11 seasons playing for the Indians.

The longer Vizquel plays, the more he moves up the record books or set records himself.

Vizquel moved into a tie with the Hall of Famer for the second-most career hits by a shortstop, and Mark Teahan drove in three runs as the Chicago White Sox snapped a five-game losing streak to Cleveland by beating the Indians 7-2 Monday night.

Vizquel singled in the fifth inning off Aaron Laffey for his 2,764th hit, tying Aparicio, his Venezuelen countryman and a man that Viquel and manager Ozzie Guillen consider an “icon.”

Vizquel’s hit total as a shortstop is second only to New York Yankees star Derek Jeter, who entered the week with 2,782.

Mark Teahan hit a two-run double in Chicago’s four-run first inning off Justin Masterson (0-5), who lost his 11th straight decision. The right-hander hasn’t won in 16 starts since August 20.

John Danks (4-3) was the winner for the White Sox.

Harang uses arm, leg and bat to beat Pittsburgh, 7-5

compiled from staff and wire reports

Aaron Harang is paid to pitch and win ball games for the Cincinnati Reds. But every once in a while his hitting and running the bases will come in handy.

Monday night, Harang scored all the way from first base that highlighted Cincinnati’s winning rally. Harang singled home the go-ahead run, then chugged around the bases to score another run during a five-run fourth inning, leading the Reds to a 7-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Left-hander Brian Burres (2-2) walked the first two batters in the fourth inning to start the pivotal rally, losing all sense of the strike zone.

Aaron Harang (mlb)

Ryan Hanigan grounded into a double play that produced one run and gave Burres a chance to escape without much damage. But he fell behind 3-0 to Harang, an ).90 career hitter. He took a pitch, then lined a fastball to left field for a hit for a 3-2 lead.

Harang was at first base on a muggy, 84-degree night, not knowing what was about to happen. Orlando Cabrera, the next batter, doubled to the gap in left-center and the 6-foot-7, 260-pound Harang got moving expecting to stop at third but Reds 3B coach Mark Berry kept waving him home and he scored as the high throw from shortstop Ronny Cedeno on the relay home was high to catcher Ryan Doumit who tagged Harang on his belt going by.

Harang (3-5) had enough stamina to go 6 1/3 innings allowing only 4 runs on 114 pitches.

Left-hander Arthur Rhodes pitched the eighth, extending his scoreless-innings streak to 16 1/3 innings. Francisco Cordero earned his 15th save in the ninth.

The Reds have won three of four and seven of their last 10, keeping them in a back-and-forth race with St. Louis for the first place in the NL Central. The win on Monday moved them into a first place tie with the Cardinals at 26-19.

They’ve won all four games against the Pirates in May, including a three-game sweep May 10-12 in Pittsburgh.

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