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Tigers Minor League Wrap 7/23/09

Syracuse 1 Toledo 18
It took the Mud Hens 7 innings to out produce the Tigers post All Star break run total. Carlos Guillen went 3 for 4. Brent Clevlen homered 3 times. Lot’s of people got lots of hits. Check out the boxscore. And Chris Lambert went 8 innings and allowed just 1 run with no walks and 6 K’s.

Akron 4 Erie 3
Brennan Boesch homered. Deik Scram doubled. Pat Stanley went the 4 innings before this was suspended and allowed 2 runs on 4 hits, no walks, and 1 strike out. Jared Gayhart walked 2 in one inning. Brett Jensen got the blown save when he allowed 2 runs on 3 hits in 1 inning of work.

Akron 5 Erie 6 11 innings
Brennan boesch homered, singled, and walked. Andy Dirks also singled and homered. Jonah Nickerson fanned 4 and walked none allowing 5 runs on 7 hits in 5 innings. Cody Satterwhite pitched 2 innings and fanned 2.

Lakeland 6 Jupiter 14
Joe Tucker went 3 for 5 with a triple. Christopher White went 2 for 4. Charlie Furbush struck out 6 in 4 innings, but he also allowed 2 homers. Lester Oliveros was rocked for 5 runs and only recorded 1 out.

West Michigan 6 Quad Cities 2
Mark Sorensen allowed just 2 runs on 5 hits, 2 walks, and 5 K’s in 8 innings. Bryan Pounds doubled and homered. Ben Guez and Billy Nowlin each had 2 hits. Hernan Perez went 3 for 4.

Oneonta 13 Tri-City 2
Michael Rockett went 3 for 6. Rawley Bishop doubled and tripled. John Murrian doubled twice. Luis Palacios went 3 for 5. Andy Wilk fanned 8 and allowe no runs or walks and only 3 hits in 7 innings.

GCL Pirates 10 GCL Tigers 4
Eddie Rush went 3 for 4. Luis Castillo had 2 hits. Ramon Lebron struck out 7 and allowed 4 runs on 3 hits and 4 walks in 4 innings.

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