OPS 1.054 with
17 RBI, 4 2B and 7 HR
9 G, 3 W, 1 S
0.96 ERA, with a 1.18 WHIP
4 GS, 2 CG, 3-0
with a 1.00 WHIP
26 HITS, 11 RBI,
5 2B, 3 3B, 4 HR,
5 SB with
22 HITS, OPS 1.042
15 RBI, 1 2B and 6 HR
4 GS, 3 CG, 1 SHO
3-1, 2.02 ERA, with a 0.76 WHIP
4 GS, 3 CG,
4-0, 0.86 WHIP,
with a 1.87 ERA
22 H, 16 RBI, 72B,
1 3B & 3 HR.
LDBA XL - Highlights
Midlothian @ Muncy - May
Series Game #5: Charlie Blackmon (Mid) goes 5 for 6 with 4 runs scored and 5 RBI. Hits for the Cycle: Single, Double, Home Run, Triple
Spring Branch @ New Bosox - May
Game #3: The Bosox's Chris Bassit throw's the first No HItter of the season vs the Duffers, throwing 3 BBs and 6 Ks.
Pembroke @ Pinehurst - May
Game #4: Michael Fiers for Pinehurts throw's a No Hitter vs the Pembroke Gems. With 1 out in the first he walked Acuna but then immediately induced a double play from Arenado. The Gems then proceeded to go down 1-2-3 for the rest of the game. Counting the double play in the 1st Fiers retired 26 in a row after Acuna's walk.
Portland @ Salem - July
Moncada continued his MVP caliber season, by logging the second cycle of his career. His latest achievement came at the expense of the Pilgrims against Walker Buehler. He led off the game with a double, hit a solo HR in the 2nd, and added a couple of singles, before coming up in the bottom of the 8th with 2 outs; 2 runners on. The game was already in hand, with Salem up 7-4, but a roll of 33 netted a 5 as Moncada tripled the hard way. He finished 5-5 with 4 RBIs.
Bangor @ Midlothian - August (Full Article)
Game 4: Jon Gray entered the game with an unsightly 6.79 ERA in a dozen starts. Would you believe that J. Gray proceeded to toss the sixth no-hitter in the 40-year history of the Bruins, blanking the Ironmen 8-0? Gray walked Freddie Freeman twice and struck out eight in improving to 5-4 on the season.
Foster Fowl @ Pembroke Gems - October
October 7, 2020 Game 2 of the Foster Fowl at Pembroke series, with Patrick Corbin vs Mike Foltynewicz. Mismatch, huh? When Corbin set down the side on strikes in the 1st inning Pembroke knew it might be a long day. Trailing 2-0 on a Freese HR in the 1st, Pembroke managed to put the ball in play in the second with a grounder to SS (plus 2 more Ks). The trend was established as Pembroke struck out 4 more times from the 3rd to the 6th. Note that the Fowl kept pounding out runs. With 18 up and 18 down Corbin needed one more trip through the Pem lineup to do the unthinkable. In the 7th there were 2 flies to center and a K. In the 8th there was more futility with 2 Ks and a pop up. We go to the 9th as Corbin took an 8-0 lead to the hill. The fans are all standing, making the loudest noise heard in their ball park for a visiting team since it opened. The noise got louder as Adam Engel struck out. Ryan McMahon was next and he likewise Kd, leaving Jackie Bradley Jr as Pem's last hope to break up the perfecto. This was no contest as Jackie fanned, sending Corbin to the record books.
Pembroke @ New Bosox
Let's play two.. or more!
NBO 7, PEM 6 in 19 innings.
NBO had a 5-3 lead entering the 9th, Arenado hits a 2-run HR to tie it at 5-5.
In the 14th inning Acuna hits a HR to make it 6-5 PEM.
NBO gets a bases loaded SF from Lindor in the bottom half to tie it again at 6-6.
Fast forward to the bottom of the 19th inning and Kevin Pillar leads off with a second column single.
Juan Lagares drives him in with the game winning double.
Eleven pitchers were used in this contest.
Cody Stashak was the winner pitching three 1-hit innings.
Yimi Garcia was the hard-luck loser.