Heredia Convinces Manager to Leave Him In During Impressive Start

The State College Spikes fell flat in Luis Heredia’s second start in the New York-Penn League Tuesday in Batavia, N.Y. The Spikes fell to 6-3, while Batavia improved to 4-5. State College made some miscues in the field that spiraled into runs for Batavia, allowing the Muckdogs to secure a 3-1 win at Dwyer Stadium. It was the second game of a three-game set. Luis Heredia The 6-foot-6 Mexican right-hander, just 17 years-old,...

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Mud Hens Slip Past Indians To Open The Series

Toledo Mud Hens  4,  Indianapolis Indians  3 (Box)   The Indianapolis Indians’ 9-inning rally was cut short, as the Toledo Mud Hens slipped past the Tribe by just one run at Victory Field tonight.  Rudy Owens made a solid start for the Indians, but it was not enough to hold off the Mud Hens.  Owens was charged with his third loss of the season, giving him a 6-3 record and a 2.51 ERA. The Indians were first onto the...

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Gregory Polanco and Alen Hanson Homer for West Virginia

Game two of the four game series in Lakewood, saw the West Virginia lineup explode for nine runs, with the highlights being home runs from Alen Hanson and Gregory Polanco. Zack Dodson picked up the win with two runs over six innings, with both runs coming in the first inning. Just like yesterday, I’ll have the individual player reports on Hanson, Willy Garcia, Jose Osuna and Taylor Lewis, as well as Polanco, who didn’t...

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Indians Win Series With Hit-O-Rama, 10th Save For Wood

Indianapolis Indians  9,  Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees  8 (Box)   The Indians and the Yankees traded the lead back and forth while combining for 23 hits, until the Indians ended up on top for the win at Victory Field tonight.  That gives the Indians a 3-1 win of this 4-game series with the Yankees, and their 8th win in the past 9 games.  Neither of the starting pitchers, Dellin Betances for the Yankees and Daniel Cabrera for the...

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State College Spikes Players Notes: 6/25/12

The State College Spikes opened a three-game series against the Batavia Muckdogs Monday night at Batavia’s Dwyer Stadium. It was State College’s first true road trip of the season, and 2011 seventh-rounder Jake Burnette, a 6-foot-4 prep right-hander from Georgia, was on the mound. Like most of their games early in the season, the Spikes (6-2) utilized solid situational hitting and a plethora of singles to seize a 7-4 win...

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West Virginia Power Player Notes: 6/25/12

West Virginia started a four game series in Lakewood tonight with Nick Kingham on the mound. This was the first time I saw him pitch, as well as the first time seeing Alen Hanson, Willy Garcia and Jose Osuna. Gregory Polanco wasn’t in the starting lineup, although he did pinch hit in the ninth. Although not in the same prospect class as the other three batters, I kept an eye on Taylor Lewis as well. Nick Kingham Kingham’s...

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