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Posts Tagged ‘Scott Sizemore.’

Toledo rallies late to beat Clippers, 5-4

 

Scott Siemore (file photo)

Friday night’s game between the Columbus Clippers and Toledo Mud Hens was almost rained out. The game was delayed thirty minutes before the first pitch due to a threat of rain in the Toledo, Ohio area.

The Clippers probably wished the game was rained out. Toledo rallied in the seventh inning to defeat Columbus 5-4 at Fifth Third Field.

Clippers starting pitcher Alex White pitched very well, allowing just two earned runs over six innings, but received a no decision.

Scott Sizemore ripped a two-run double off reliever Pablo Espino allowed the Mud Hens to win game number three of the season.

The Clippers trailed 2-0 after two innings, but rallied back with one in the fifth and three in the seventh to lead 4-2.

Jason Kipnis collected three hits and Cord Phelps earned two RBI’s for Columbus.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Columbus sputtering into playoffs; lose again; can win IL West Labor Day

 

The Columbus Clippers earlier this past week, had a five-game winning streak to clinch a postseason spot. But the past few days, the team has sputtered towards the regular-season finish line.

The Toledo Mud Hens made it three-in-a-row over Columbus with a 9-1 blowout win Sunday at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo.

The Mud Hens hit for the cycle as a team in the first inning, with a five-hit, five-run frame highlighted by a lead-off home run from Scott Sizemore and a three-run double from Andy Bouchie.

Thad Weber Toledo (MiLB)

Columbus starter Paolo Espino (3-3) struggled to get through four innings.

Offensively, Columbus was held in check by Toledo starter Thad Weber (2-1), who didn’t allow a run until Wes Hodges led off the seventh with his 15th homer of the season.

The Clippers held on to the division lead in the International League West, as Louisville lost to Indianapolis for the second straight night. A Columbus win, or a Louisville loss will clinch the division for the Clippers on Labor Day Monday.

The regular-season finale is at 1 p.m. on Labor Day, with Columbus right-hander Corey Kluber (1-0, 1.50 ERA) going up against Toledo southpaw Ryan Ketchner (5-4, 3.87 ERA.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Columbus Clippers & Dayton Dragons

COLUMBUS CLIPPERS AT TOLEDO MUD HENS

Scott Sizemore’s two-out infield single in the bottom of the 12th inning Wednesday night gave the Toledo Mud Hens a 5-4 win over the Clippers at Fifth Third Field in downtown Toledo.

With runners on first and second, Sizemore hit a ball past the pitcher’s mound towards center field. Shortstop Josh Rodriguez of the Clippers made a diving stop, but his throw pulled first baseman Jordan Brown off the bag.

Scott Sizemore Toledo (MiLB)

Justin Henry rounded third on the throw by Rodriguez to first base and then kept on running toward’s home plate. Clippers catcher Luke Carlin couldn’t handle the throw from Jordan Brown.

Columbus has now lost seven of eight and remains a game and a half behind the Louisville Bats in the IL West Division.

DAYTON DRAGONS AT SOUTH BEND SILVER HAWKS

Victor Estevez reached base four times, drove in three runs in leading the South Bend Silver Hawks to a 7-4 win Wednesday night over the Dayton Dragons in Midwest League action. The loss snaps the four-game winning streak by the Dragons.

The South Bend Silver Hawks are the low Single-A Affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Adam Worthington South Bend (MiLB)

Victor Estevez South Bend (MiLB)

The winning pitcher for South Bend was Adam Worthington. He worked 6 2/3 innings, gave up 5 hits, 2 runs, 1 walk and struck out 3. He evens his record at 5-5.

Daniel Corcino was the losing Dayton Dragons hurler. He is now 1-1 on the season. His pitching totals included 4 1/3 innings pitched, allowed 8 hits, 5 earned runs, 3 walks and 4 strikeouts.

There were 897 fans in attendance in South Bend, Indiana.

info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers & Dayton Dragons

Minor league baseball: Clippers end losing streak; Dragons win third in a row

TOLEDO AT COLUMBUS

When a team is in a losing streak, you take a win anyway you can get it. For the Clippers on Monday night, that meant a walk-off win in which the baseball never left the infield in the ninth inning. Matt McBride’s infield single to shortstop earned Columbus a .500 record for their 10-game homestand, as they beat arch-rival Toledo.

Matt McBride (MilLB)

Clippers' pitcher David Huff (file)

Just like Carlos Carrasco on Sunday, David Huff coasted into the sixth inning. And just like Carrasco, Huff found himself in trouble in a hurry, giving up hits to the first three batters of the inning. Scott Sizemore’s single scored Justin Henry, and then Cale Iorg scored on a double-play grounder, which tied the score at two.

Josh Judy (3-0) earned the win in relief for Columbus. The victory allowed the Clippers to keep pace with the Louisville Bats, who got a come-from-behind win over Indianapolis, and maintain a half-game lead in the International League’s West Division.

LAKE COUNTY AT DAYTON
Dayton starting pitcher Clayton Shunick and three relievers combined to scatter seven hits while allowing  just one run as the Dragons won their third straight, defeating the Lake County Captains 3-1. The Dragons will go for a sweep of the the four-game series on Tuesday night. The game was played in two hours, two minutes, making it the shortest nine inning game of the season for the Dragons. A crowd of 8,219 saw the Dragons victory.

Clayton Shunick (MiLB)

Doug Salinas (MiLB)

Shunick, who is now 2-1 on the season, pitched the first two innings, allowing five hits and one run with no walks and two strikeouts as he won his second straight start. Doug Salinas worked a scoreless ninth for his seventh start.

DRAGONS NOTES

* Dayton pitchers have posted a 2.60 ERA over the last six games.

* The Dragons have won three straight home games for the first time since May 10-12.

* The Dragons have held the lead in 10 of their last 11 games.

* Dayton has committed just two errors in the three-game series after committing 16 errors on their previous si-game road trip.

* Doug Salinas has earned a save in five of the past seven Dragons wins.

Toledo MudHens show homer power against Pino and Clippers; win 6-4

compiled from staff, wire and Columbus Clippers news

Wednesday night’s game came down to whether or not Clippers starter Yohan Pino would be able to keep the power bats of Jeff Frazier and Jeff Larish in the ballpark.

Pino was unsuccessful as Toledo rode three home runs to hold off the Clippers, 6-4. The win allowed the MudHens to go 2-3 in the two-city, five-game series.

Pino (7-5) has had location problems the past five starts and his ERA of 10.12 in those games reflect a difference in a pitcher who in the first 2 months was the best pitcher on the staff.

Jeff Frazier Toledo (MiLB)

Jeff larish Toledo (MiLB)

Toledo opened the scoring with two outs in the first inning as Jeff Frazier opened the long ball barrage with a three-run homer to the left-field bleachers.

The MudHens kept the power going in the third inning, with a two-out homer from Jeff Larish hit the ball onto the roof of the Wendy’s Home Run balcony in right-field to up the lead to 5-0.

Scott Sizemore hit the third homer off Pino in the fifth inning to make it 6-1.

The Clippers cracked a couple of homers of their own. In the sixth inning, Luis Valbuena hit a two-run blast to right-field. Then, third baseman Jared Goedert blasted a pitch past the bleachers in left field for his 13th homer in 29 Triple-A games since being promoted from Double-A Akron.

Another Clipper who has seen improvement in his game has been Luis Valbuena. Since his demotion from Cleveland on June 26, he is batting .302 with three home runs and 10 RBIS and has shown power that he didn’t show with the Indians.

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