Detroit Tigers Minor League Scoreboard – July 25

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Toledo Mud Hens (51-51)
July 24 vs. Buffalo, W 12-6 (WP: G. De La Vara; LP: D. Gee) (Completion of game suspended on 7/23/10)
July 24 vs. Buffalo, W 5-4 (WP: L. Gagnier; LP: T. Stoner; SV: J. Sborz)
July 25 vs. Buffalo, W 2-0 (WP: A. Figaro; LP: R. Ortiz; SV: J. Sborz)

Wilken Ramirez, Casper Wells, and Ryan Strieby all homered to beat Buffalo in a game played over the course of two days because of weather. Andy Oliver got the start and pitched four scoreless innings in which he allowed two hits and struck out four batters. The 12-6 final was even more of a blowout until Fu Te-Ni gave up four runs in the ninth inning. Five runs over the first three innings were enough for a 5-4 win over Buffalo in the regularly scheduled game on July 24. Jeff Frazier‘s two run home runs was the game’s big blast. Alfredo Figaro helped the team to a third straight win over the Bison with seven shutout innings of two-hit baseball.

Erie SeaWolves (42-61)
July 23 @ Binghamton, W 2-1 (WP: T. Weber; LP: M. Cohoon)
July 24 @ Binghamton, L 8-13 (WP: R. Merritt; LP: D. Below)
July 25 @ Binghamton, W 4-1 (WP: A. Shawler; LP: M. Antonini; SV: L. Oliveros)

Thad Weber‘s didn’t need any help from the bullpen to pitch the SeaWolves to a 2-1 victory over Binghamton. The Erie pitching wasn’t as strong a day later when it took a combined effort from Duane Below and Cory Hamilton to escape an eight run first inning. Home runs from Rawley Bishop and Andy Bouchie combined with seven strong innings from Anthony Shawler were enough to avoid back-to-back loses.

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Lakeland Flying Tigers (12-17 2nd Half Record)
July 19 23 vs. Jupiter, Postponed: Rain
July 24 vs. Jupiter, W 6-5 (WP: J. Gayhart; LP: P. Andrelczyk)
July 24 vs. Jupiter, W 4-3 (WP: E. Crichton; LP: C. Madden)
July 25 vs. Jupiter, W 4-2 (WP: L. Putkonen; LP: B. Hand; SV: W. Ramirez)

Bryan Pounds was the difference in the first game of a July 24 double header with a 3-for-3, three RBI game. Jacob Turner didn’t get out of the fourth inning in the second game as he continues to adjust to life in the Florida State League. Daniel Fields, who had reached base with an RBI single, scored on a wild pitch for the fourth run of the seventh and make Lakeland walk-off winners. Fields drove in two and combined with the rest of the top five in the batting order for nine hits to complete a four game sweep of Jupiter.

West Michigan Whitecaps (9-20 2nd Half Record)
July 23 vs. Wisconsin, L 2-3 (WP: S. Manzanillo; LP: L. Sanz; SV: J. Pokorny) (Completion of game suspended on 7/22/10)
July 23 vs. Wisconsin, W 14-8 (WP: G. Soto; LP: D. Krestalude)
July 24 vs. Beloit, L 4-6 (WP: M. Hauser; LP: J. Pratt)
July 25 vs. Beloit, W 8-4 (WP: J. Wesson; LP: C. Dempster)

The Whitecaps put on an offensive show in putting up 14 runs against the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. Tony Plagman scored four runs after going 3-for-3 with a home run and 4 RBI. He was flanked in the order by Wade Gaynor and Avisail Garcia who each went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI. West Michigan jumped out early with three runs in the first inning en route to an 8-4 win over Beloit. Garcia and Hernan Perez each drove in a pair of runs.

Connecticut Tigers (19-16)
July 23 vs. Tri-City, Postponed: Rain
July 24 vs. Tri-City, W 6-5 (WP: M. Mejia; LP: A. Champion)
July 25 @ Lowell, W 9-5 (WP: R. Guichardo; LP: K. Couch; SV: T. Clark)

The July 24 game with Tri-City went 13 innings and finally ended with a single from Ryan Soares to score Leslie Smith. Soares, Ryan Enos, and Alexander Nunez each drove in two runs and Miguel Mejia pitched the final three innings for the win. Nunez and PJ Polk had two doubles apiece and Eric Roof had 2 RBI a day later to get a win at Lowell.

GCL Tigers (14-16)
July 23 @ GCL Phillies, L 1-9 (WP: M. Hutchison; LP: J. Ferrell)Recap Box
July 24 vs. GCL Phillies, L 2-3 (WP: M. Schuler; LP: F. Celis; SV: J. Gomez)

Jeff Ferrell and Ramon Lebron got rocked in a decisive 9-1 loss that saw the two teams combine for 23 strike outs. Juaner Aguasvivas was the lone bright spot with three hits. Aguasvivas came back the next day with two more hits and 2 RBI while Dixon Machado added two hits in the 3-2 loss.

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