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Clippers use first inning to put game away early, 8-2

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

The Columbus Clippers only needed one inning Saturday night to extend their current winning streak to five games, winning game two of a four-game series against the Gwinnett Braves, 8-2. There were 10,000 delightful fans at Huntington Park.

After falling behind 1-0, the Clippers responded with a seven-run opening inning. The big frame featured two-run singles from both Jordan Brown and Wes Hodges, an RBI double from Cord Phelps and a two run double from Michael Brantley (his second hit of the inning).

The Clippers added another run in the third inning, when Lou Marson hit his second home run as a Clipper in 2010 on his 24th birthday.

Lou Marson Indians (mlb)

The big offensive output was for Jeanmar Gomez, who allowed two runs on seven hits with four strikeouts over six innings of pitching, his record improves to 5-7.

Carlton Smith and Jess Todd pitched three innings of scoreless relief for the Clippers.

The game was briefly delayed in the bottom of the eighth inning because of lightning in the area.

Columbus Clippers baseball: Tuesday, Thursday and Friday results

Info Courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

TUESDAY

The Clippers wrapped up their eight-game road trip with an afternoon game against Charlotte Knights and when the dust  settled, the Knights came away with a 5-3 win to take three of four in the series.

Carlos Torres (MiLB)

Carlos Santana hit his 10th homer of the year in the top of the 6th inning and Wes Hodges blasted his 5th home run in the top of the 8th inning for Columbus.

Carlos Torres was the winning pitcher for Charlotte.

WEDNESDAY

The Clippers had a much-needed off day.

THURSDAY

It took almost three and a half hours, but the Columbus Clippers defeated the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, 3-2 in 11 innings. Nick Weglarz saved the game in the top of the 11th inning by throwing out Andy Tracy from left field at home plate, and then delivered a two out game-winning RBI single in the bottom half to give Columbus the win.

Nick Weglarz (MiLB)

Weglarz had struggled at the plate since coming to Columbus, going one for his first 18 at bats, but his game-winning hit was the Clippers fifth final at-bat win of the season. Columbus is now 3-1 in extra inning games this season. Jess Todd earned the win for Columbus, he’s 2-2.

FRIDAY

The Clippers brought their bats out to begin the Memorial Day weekend and found their game, defeating Lehigh Valley, 11-7. The Clippers used timely two-out hitting and Jordan Brown’s leadership to take game two of the four-game series.

Jordan Brown (MiLB)

Columbus’ scoring outburst turned out to be the fourth time this season Columbus had scored 10 or more runs. They had balanced offensive production from top to the bottom of the lineup. Jordan Brown drove in five runs for Columbus to lead the way followed by Brian Buscher, Carlos Santana and Michael Brantley each driving in two. Carlos Santana and Michael Brantley had two hits, and Brian Bixler collected three hits. Seven of the nine batters recorded a base hit on the night, as the team compiled 14 hits.

Minor League Baseball: Columbus Clippers and Dayton Dragons win

Info Courtesy of Columbus Clippers and Dayton Dragons

Josh Tomlin (MiLB)

Frank Herrmann (MiLB)

The Clippers road trip continues through the state of Pennsylvania as the hit parade rolled on Monday night at PNC Field as Columbus knocked out Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, 10-2. The win was the 4th in five tries on the current trip.

The Clippers didn’t allow the fans in Scranton to get their seats warm before banging around spot-starter Amouri Senit for four runs in the top of the first inning. Carlos Santana plated Jason Donald with a single and scored on the first of three Shelley Duncan hits on the night. Wes Hodges followed with a 2-run homer to cap the inning.

Josh Tomlin, making his 4th start for Columbus allowed no runs to the Yankees through four innings before being touched up for a pair of runs in the 5th. He would finish the inning and make way for Frank Herrmann who continues to dominate the International League. Herrmann pitched two scoreless innings to lower his ERA to 0.56 on the year. Jess Todd finished the Yankees off with two innings of no runs scored.

Kevin Coddington (MiLB)

Didi Gregorius singled to left field with two outs and the bases loaded to drive in the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Dayton Dragons a 4-3 win over the Ft. Wayne TinCaps on Monday at Fifth Third Field. The win improved the Dragons record to 14-17 on the year and improved their home record to 11-5. Fort Wayne fell to 15-16.

Dayton had 11 hits in the game with Didi Gregorius, Kevin Coddington, Shane Carlson, Frank Pfister, and Efrain Contreras all had two apiece.

Doug Salinas (2-1) tossed three scoreless of relief to earn the win. He did not allow a hit while walking two and striking out four.

Clippers score in the late innings to beat Lehigh Valley

Info Courtesy of Columbus Clippers

The Clippers used a big night from Trevor Crowe and a solid outing from Jeanmar Gomez to win a late-inning, back-and-forth game from the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 6-3.  Gomez went 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on just 4 hits.

The IronPigs scored a run in the 2nd inning, but the Clippers answered back with a pair when Trevor Crowe drove in a run with a triple and scored on a Carlos Santana single.  Lehigh Valley grabbed the lead back in the 4th on a two run single from Neil Sellers for a 3-2 score.

The lead would not last long as Columbus’ Shelley Duncan blasted a solo home run a half inning later to tie the game.

Trevor Crowe (MiLB)

Jeremy Sowers (MiLB)

In the top of the eighth, the Clippers struck for a trio of runs when Anderson Hernandez smacked a single through a drawn-in infield to drive in a pair of runners. Hernandez scored a subsequent Crowe double. The Clippers bullpen, dependable all season, would shut the door.

Jeremy Sowers tossed 2 scoreless innings in relief and earned his 1st win of the season.  Jess Todd saved his 3rd game of the Year.

Sunday Minor League Roundup: Clippers win; Dragons rained out

compiled from Columbus Clippers and Dayton Dragons info

Shelley Duncan Clippers (MiLB)

The Columbus Clippers received a nice pitching performance from starter Yohan Pino. He went six strong innings and the bullpen was strong again in a 6-3 win over the Syracuse Chiefs in Columbus.

Columbus started off quick with some early offense as Shelley Duncan and Brian Buscher each hit RBI singles in the 1st inning for a 2-0 lead that would be expanded upon in the 2nd inning. Jason Donald tripled home a pair of runs and then scored on a Carlos Santana double for a 5-0 lead that the Chiefs would never seriously threatened.

Frank Hermann threw two perfect innings of relief to lower his season ERA to 0.75. Jess Todd pitched a scoreless 9th for his 2nd save of the year.

Game three of the series will be a 6:35 first pitch Monday evening with Josh Tomlin throwing for Columbus against the Chiefs Shairon Martis.

Todd Benzinger Dayton Dragons Manager (Jim Thacker photo)

The Midwest League game between the Bowling Green Hot Rods and Dayton Dragons was postponed Sunday due to rain at Fifth Third Field.

The game has been rescheduled for 12:00 noon on Saturday May 22 at Fifth Third Field as the first game of a day-night doubleheader.

All tickets for the May 2nd game will be honored for the May 22nd 12:00 noon game only. Fans holding tickets to the May 2nd game do not need to exchange their current tickets for new tickets.

The Dragons (12-11) will be hosting the Hot Rods (5-18) on Monday May3 at 7:00 p.m. in the finale of the series as Dayton goes for the sweep.

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