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Tigers Minor League Wrap – 7/15/07 – A perfect game in Oneonta

Charlotte 4 Toledo 5 10 innings
Brent Clevlen continues to swing it with his 4th homer in the last 9 days (and of the season) to go along with a double and a single. Mike Hessman added two hits. Ron Chiavacci allowed 2 runs on 5 hits, a walk, and 4 K’s in 5 1/3 innings. Eulogio De La Cruz allowed a hit and a walk while fanning 1 in 1 2/3 innings but he did allow an inherited runner to score on a sacrifice fly.

Bowie 2 Erie 10
Jackson Melian went deep and 4 Seawolves had 2 hit games. Jair Jurrjens fanned 9 and walked 3 in allowing 1 run in 6 innings of work.

Lakeland 0 Palm Beach 6
Wilkin Ramirez had 2 of the 5 singles. Justin Justice walked twice. Eleazar Aponte allowed 6 runs, only 3 of which were earned in 7 innings on 7 hits, no walks, and 2 K’s.

Beloit 3 West Michigan 5
Scott Sizemore had 2 doubles and a walk and for the season is hitting 271/387/407. Brennan Boesch and Deik Scram each added 2 hits as well. Matt O’Brien allowed 2 runs on 5 hits, 2 walks, and 5 K’s in 6 innings.

Batavia 0 Oneonta 6
Guillermo Moscoso threw a perfect game! He fanned 7 and then all the other numbers were 0′s. Moscoso is a 23 year old from Venezuela and that’s about all I can tell you about him except that he’s a righty and hasn’t allowed a run in his last 3 outings. A 23 year old having success in short season ball isn’t something to get real excited about, but a perfect game is a perfect game. Congrats Guillermo! Ronnie Bourquin went 2 for 4 and Justin Henry walked 3 times.

GCL Tigers DNP

Posted by on July 15, 2007.

Categories: 2007 Season, Minors

One Response

  1. moscoso’s perfect game is apparently only the second in New York-Penn League history. Wow.

    by Dave Wagner on Jul 16, 2007 at 1:43 pm

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