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Tigers Minor League Wrap 4-4-08

Durham 2 Toledo 9
Jeff Larish went deep and added a single. Brent Clevlen was 1 for 3 with a walk and 2 RBI. Armando Galarraga pitched 5 shut out innings allowing only 3 hits and a walk while fanning 6. Aaron Fultz pitched a scoreless inning but allowed 2 hits.

Erie 8 Bowie 3 (11 innings)
Big game for Jeff Frazier who had 4 hits including a homer and 5 RBI. Wilkin Ramirez is playing again after his shoulder injury and he had 2 hits. Deik Scram had 2 doubles and Freddy Guzman added 2 hits and 2 stolen bases. Jon Connolly allowed 3 runs on 2 hits and 3 walks in 6 innings with no K’s. Matt Rusch had a blown save, but allowed only 1 hit and no walks while fanning 4 in 3 innings of work.

Lakeland 4 Tampa 5
Scott Sizemore homered to go along with 2 singles and a walk. Duane Below allowed 3 runs, only one of which was earned, on 3 hits and a walk while fanning 4 over 4 innings.

West Michigan 2 South Bend 1
Jordan Newton had catching duties tonight and had the only multi hit game, including a triple. Casper Wells struggled striking out 4 times. Alfredo Figaro allowed a single unearned run on 2 hits and 2 walks in 5 innings of work.

Posted by on April 4, 2008.

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Categories: 2008 Season, Minors

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  1. Having been at the Erie-Bowie game, I can offer the following observations: Connolly looked quite strong and was spinning a one-hitter before he blew up the seventh (both walks, the second hit and first run before the blown save). Sure he hadn’t struck out anybody, but he was getting the Bowie hitters out on grounders and lazy fly balls. The offense looked quite strong, especially Guzman (who can FLY) and Frazier, who has quite a nice power stroke. Wilkin Ramirez also looked good, including some smart baserunning in the 11th, taking second on a throw home and just beating the tag. I must say that the most entertaining part of the game was seeing Bowie’s very own Ben “Crash” Davis start at catcher. Oh how the mighty have fallen…

    by Jerry on Apr 4, 2008 at 11:59 pm

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