Spikes Get Back on Track With 2-1 Win Over Doubledays

SPIKES GET BACK ON TRACK WITH 2-1 WIN OVER DOUBLEDAYS BOX SCORE GAME LOG AUBURN, NY – The State College Spikes were held to just two hits in the game, but took advantage of two eighth-inning errors by the Auburn Doubledays to plate a pair of runs and come from behind to earn a 2-1 victory at Falcon Park on Saturday night. State College (21-21) mustered two doubles in the first two innings before being held out of the hit column for...

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Spikes Welcome Record Crowd to Park, Fall to ‘Cutters, 7-6

SPIKES WELCOME RECORD CROWD TO PARK, FALL TO ‘CUTTERS, 7-6 BOX SCORE GAME LOG STATE COLLEGE – The State College Spikes welcomed a record standing-room-only sellout crowd of 5,807 to Medlar Field at Lubrano Park on Friday night, and the second record-smashing crowd of the year at the ballpark saw the Spikes fall to the Williamsport Crosscutters, 7-6. The crowd topped the previous high of 5,775, set earlier this season on June 19th when...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 7/19/10

INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) Indianapolis lost to Lehigh Valley 10-8.  Dana Eveland pitched 3.1 innings, allowing three runs on six hits, with a walk and two strikeouts.  Brian Bass pitched three innings, allowing three runs on five hits, with no walks and five strikeouts.  Daniel Moskos allowed a run on three hits, getting two outs.  Wilfredo Ledezma pitched a shutout inning, allowing a walk and striking out two....

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June Prospects Rundown: State College Spikes

State College started their season in mid-June, shortly after the 2010 MLB draft.  It’s hard enough to draw any conclusions about the performance of the players at the level based on two weeks of play.  What makes things harder is that development is often hard to pinpoint at the lower levels.  The pitchers are throwing mostly fastballs, focused more on their control and command of the pitch than they are of their...

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Pittsburgh Pirates Prospect Watch 7/5/10

INDIANAPOLIS INDIANS (AAA) Indianapolis lost both games of a double header against Louisville.  The Indians lost game one 6-0.  Dana Eveland made his first start with Indianapolis, allowing five runs on six hits in 2.1 innings, with a walk, a strikeout, and two homers.  Brian Bass added a run on a hit and three walks in 1.2 innings.  Steven Jackson pitched two perfect innings, and Vinnie Chulk added a shutout...

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