1B Kevin Barker went 2-4 in the game while hitting his frist homerun of the season. Barker drove in 2 and scored twice. Adam Rosales and Jolbert Cabrera each had 2 hits in 5 at-bats. One of Cabrera’s hits was a double and he also scored a run. Andy Green went 3-5 on the night with a double and Paul Janish hit his first homerun of the season.
Adam Pettyjohn got the start and went 7 innings, allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and a walk. He struck out 5. Adam is 1-0 on the season with a 5.12 ERA. Bill Bray pitched an inning in relief, striking out 2 while not allowing a runner to reach base. Bray has gone 5.1 innings of relief thus far in AAA, and has allowed no runs and just 1 hit and 3 walks while striking out 10.
Trailing 4-2 going to the 9th, Drew Anderson led the inning off with a solo homerun to draw the Lookouts to within 1. For Drew, it was his only hit of the night in 3 at-bats, though he did walk once and score twice. Then, with 2 on and 2 outs, Luis Bolivar hit his 2nd homerun of the season to give the Lookouts a 6-4 lead and win. The homerun was Bolivar’s only hit of the night as well.
James Avery received a no decision in the start. Avery went 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks while striking out 4.
The Reds had an off-day on Thursday.
The Dragons were also off on Thursday.
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