In the Dominican League on Tuesday night, Gregory Polanco kept his hitting streak going, though he has being doing the minimum the last five games. Polanco now has hit in ten straight games, a streak that started on Opening Day. In his last five games, he is 5-for-21 with one extra base hit, no RBI's and eight strikeouts. In his first five games, he went 10-for-20 with four doubles, three homers and eight RBI's, so he has cooled off despite continuing the streak. Polanco went 1-for-5 with a run scored on Tuesday.
Matt Hague went 1-for-4 on Tuesday. He is hitting .296 in 27 AB's this year and has picked up at least one hit in six of his seven games played.
Atahualpa Severino pitched 2/3 of an inning, allowing one hit and striking out...
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