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Pawtucket wins suspended game 5-2; McAllister goes to 7-0 with regularly scheduled game win

 

Clippers celebrate win #28 of season (megasportsnews.com file)

The Pawtucket Red Sox took control of the suspended game from Thursday from the outset and won 5-2 in nine innings.

To refresh everyone’s memory from Thursday’s game, which was delayed before the game started for 31 minutes.

When the game began, Josh Reddick homered in the first inning, his 11th of the year for a 1-0 Red Sox lead. The Clippers came right back for a 2-1 lead on homers from Jason Kipnis, his 4th and Cord Phelps, his 7th, of the back-to-back variety.

With the Clippers still leading 2-1 after 3.1 innings, the rain came again causing a delay of one hour and ten minutes and a suspension of play.

When play resumed, there were new pitchers on the mound for both teams. Clevelan Santeliz for Pawtucket and Jensen Lewis for Columbus.

The Red Sox jumped on Lewis before he could settle in on the mound. In the fifth inning, Matt Sheely tripled off the centerfield fence; Jose Iglesias, who entered the game when Daniel Nava was designated for assignment by the Red Sox, knocked home Sheely with a slow roller to second base and the game was tied 2-2.

Pawtucket was not done yet.

In the sixth inning, Lars Anderson singled with one out; Ronald Bermudez, who entered the game when the Boston Red Sox promoted Drew Sutton to the majors, doubled to deep left centerfield scoring Anderson all the way from first base and it was 3-2. With two out, Luis Exposito singled to center to score Bermudez and make the score 4-2 Pawtucket.

The Red Sox scored a final run in the ninth inning when Brent Dlugach singled; Exposito singled to left center to advance Dlugach around to third and Sheely’s fielder’s choice grounder to shortstop scored Dlugach to make it 5-2.

While Pawtucket was scoring on the Columbus bullpen, the Clippers could not solve the bullets being fired by Santeliz and Jason Rice.

Santeliz was the winner, he’s 1-0. The right-hander pitched 2.1 innings, allowed 2 hits and struck out 1. Santeliz might’ve finished the game but left due an injury to his left knee while trying to cover first base in the sixth inning. Rice got the save, his first of the season, after pitching 3.2 innings of hitless ball, walking one and five strikeouts.

Jensen Lewis was the loser and drops to 3-1 on the season. He pitched two innings, allowed four hits, three earned runs with a walk and a strikeout.

Zach McAllister mows down Pawtucket (megasportsnews.com photo)

In the regularly scheduled game, Columbus came back to win 3-0.

Zach McAllister is proving he is the ace of the Clippers pitching staff, as he became the first pitcher in the International League to reach seven wins after throwing seven scoreless innings, allowing three hits and striking out seven in a complete game effort.

Josh Rodriguez, who has what the scouts say in baseball, ‘deceptive bat speed’ with pop, hit a home run into the left center field bleachers to give Columbus a 1-0 lead in the third inning.

Columbus completed the scoring in the sixth inning when Pawtucket secon baseman Tony Taylor drifted too far out into center field on a high popup by Jerad Head and dropped the ball allowing Lonnie Chisenhall and Chad Huffman to score for the final of 3-0.

GAME NOTES:

* The Clippers were short-handed during the two games and had a roster of 22 players and only four pitchers available in the bullpen.

* Frank Herrmann and Ezekial Carrera were promoted to Cleveland.

* Eric Berger goes back to Akron with Nick Hagadone being promoted to Columbus.

* Columbus has hit just .227 in it’s last 7 games.

* Pawtucket is 4th in the IL in doubles with 75. Louisville is 1st with 99.

* The Red Sox are 5th in the IL in homers with 38. Louisville is 1st with 44.

* Pawtucket’s defense has turned 38 double plays, the most in the IL.

* The Red Sox are tied for 3rd in the IL in runs scored (191). Columbus is 1st with 248 runs.

* The Sox are 2nd in the IL with 166 walks. Columbus is first with 181.

* Pawtucket has the 2nd best on-base percentage in the IL at .342. Columbus is first with .378.

* PawSox pitchers are 2nd in the IL with a 3.46 ERA and they have allowed the fewest hits in the league with 305.

 

 

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Indians beat Los Angeles Angels in 11 innings, 3-2

Trevor Crowe scored the go-ahead run from third base on a two-error by the Angels’ Alberto Callaspo to give Cleveland a 3-2 win in 11 innings over the visiting Los Angeles Angels Thursday night.

Crowe doubled with one out in the 11th off Bobby Cassevah and went to third on a groundout by Drew Sutton.

Trevor Crowe (MLB)

Pinch-hitter Shelley Duncan then hit a nubber that dropped on the infield grass where Callaspo cut in front of the shortstop to field the ball, which slipped away from him as he went to throw it to first.

Rafael Perez was the winning pitcher, he’s 5-1.

compiled from staff & Cleveland Indians news

Drew Sutton gets recalled by the Indians from Columbus

The Cleveland Indians have recalled infielder Drew Sutton from Columbus of the Triple-A International League.

With infielder Jason Donald getting hit by a pitch on his right hand Sunday trying bunt and unable to play, Cleveland needed another infielder.

Cleveland claimed Sutton off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds on August 6. He went 2 for 3 with a home run and four RBI’s in two games for the Reds on May 27-28, then was sent to the minors.

Drew Sutton (MiLB)

In 113 games at Triple-A Louisville and Columbus, the 27-year-old batted .273 with 24 doubles, five home runs and 42 RBI’s. Sutton, a switch-hitter, batted .302 with eight doubles, two homers and 15 RBI’s in 29 games for the IL wild card champion Columbus Clippers.

Sutton left the Clippers who are in the midst of the IL Finals against the Durham Bulls. In four preseason games, he was batting .333 with a double and three RBI’s.

compiled from Columbus Clippers & Cleveland Indians reports

IL FINALS GAME 1:Columbus Clippers 18 Durham Bulls 5; Clippers lead 1-0

After going through the longest drought between Governors’ Cup games in franchise history, the Clippers made up for the lost time Tuesday night at Huntington Park, by jumping all over the Durham Bulls from the opening inning, to take game 1 in the best-of-five series, 18-5.

Jose Constanza singled, stole a base and then scored on a Cord Phelps single to open the scoring. But that was just the start of the nightmare for the Bulls. Wes Hodges banged out a two-run homer to the deepest part of the ballpark, scoring Phelps.

David Huff (MiLB)

Jared Goedert later doubled to score Jason Kipnis (who singled in his first Triple-A at bat after being called up to Columbus to replace Drew Sutton, who was recalled to Cleveland) and Jerad Head rounded up the five-run inning with a single to score Goedert.

Bulls pitcher Richard De Los Santos (0-2) was ejected in the third inning for hitting Hodges.

Clippers pitcher David Huff (1-0), pitched smoothly and didn’t allow a base runner until a lead-off single in the fifth inning.

All told, Columbus scored their 18 runs on 20 hits and every starter in the lineup had at least two hits a piece and everyone scored at least one run.

The Clippers will play at Huntington Park for the final time in 2010, when they host the Bulls in game two on Wednesday night. Columbus right-hander Zack McAllister is scheduled to take to the mound opposite Durham’s Anuery Rodriguez.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers win games 3 & 4 to move into Governors’ Cup Finals

COLUMBUS AT SCRANTON, FRIDAY GAME 3

Yohan Pino gave up a lead-off single Friday night and then walked the next batter he faced. That would be all of the offense that Scranton could muster for the game.

Pino teammed with Zach Putnam and Vinnie Pestano on a one-hitter and the Clippers regained the series lead with 1-0 win in Moosic, Pennsylvania.

Yohan Pino (MiLB)

The game was scoreless into the seventh, when Columbus had not one, but two men thrown out at the plate on consecutive singles. In the eighth, they finally broke through. Luke Carlin doubled with one out, and with two down in the inning, he came all the way around to score on Jose Constanza’s infield single.

The Clippers went up 2-1 in the series.

COLUMBUS AT SCRANTON, SATURDAY GAME 4

The Columbus Clippers have advanced to the Governors’ Cup final for the first time since 1997, with a series-clinching 11-5 victory over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees on Saturday afternoon. Columbus last won the International League title in 1996.

Trailing 1-0, Columbus scored three runs in the third inning, highlighted by a Drew Sutton two-out, two-run single.

Drew Sutton (MiLB)

Then the Clippers scored seven times in the fourth inning. The Clippers knocked out Yankees starter Hector Noesi. He allowed nine runs, all earned, while getting just 10 outs.

Clippers pitcher Paolo Espino pitched great, allowing just two early runs, scattering five hits while striking out six.

Columbus is off until Tuesday, when they’ll host the winner of the Louisville/Durham series. The Bats were up 2-1 in the series, but Durham won 8-1 Saturday night and Game 5 on Sunday will decide the series.

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers


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