All posts tagged "Evan Chambers"

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    Marte Begins Rehab; Spikes’ Rookies Shine In Pro Debut

    GCL Pirates 10, �GCL Yankees �1 (box)

    The Pirates beat up on the Yankees this afternoon, and faced an old friend. �John Van Benschoten made a rehab start for the Yankees, and the Pirates did not treat him very nicely. �RF�Gregory Polanco singled and stole second base, and LF Exicardo Cayonez walked...

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    Spikes’ Walk-Off Win; Welker Makes A+ Debut

    Bradenton catcher Eric Fryer, who was hit in the face by a pitch on Thursday night, has broken facial bones around his eye. �That will require surgery to fix -- get the bones properly aligned and stabilized. �He's going to be out of action for at least several weeks and possibly for...

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    Alderson Gets The Win And A Homer; Welker Promoted

    Roster moves: �Relief pitcher Duke Welker has been promoted from West Virginia to the Bradenton Marauders. �Welker had made 20 relief appearances for the Power, earning a 1-1 record and 5 saves, with a 3.63 ERA. �In 22.1 in innings, Welker gave up 16 hits, 14 runs (9 earned), with 24 walks...

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    Curve Win In Late Innings, Power and Spikes Fall

    Wednesday's action in the Pirates' lower minors...

    The Bradenton Marauders vs. Ft. Myers Miracle, along with a few other Florida State League games, have been postponed due to weather.

    Altoona Curve �6, �Binghamton Mets �3 (box)

    Two late-inning rallies gave the Curve the edge over the Mets tonight, and earned Justin Wilson his 6th...

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    Marauders and Spikes Win Big

    Bradenton Marauders �11, �Ft. Myers Miracle �1 (box)

    The Marauders scored early, then poured it on with two late-inning rallies to take a big win over Ft. Myers tonight. �Starter Aaron Pribanic earned his 4th win for the Marauders with 6 innings of work, allowing one run on 7 hits, no walks,...

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    Curve Fall Apart in 9th; Grossman and Huber With 4 Hits Each

    Binghamton Mets �7, �Altoona Curve �6 (box)

    The Curve thought they were in the drivers' seat going in to the bottom of the 9th. �They were leading the Mets, 6-1. �Their starter Bryan Morris had pitched 7 innings and allowed only that one run on two walks and a single in...

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    Spikes Lose Home Opener; Extra Inning Wins For Curve And Marauders

    Saturday's games for the Pirates' lower minor league affiliates

    Williamsburg Crosscutters �5, �State College Spikes �3 (box)

    A full house sell-out in State College went home disappointed tonight, as the Spikes lost their home opener. �The Crosscutters scored 2 runs off starter Zack Dodson in the 2nd inning, on a walk, a...

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    Spikes Open The Season With A Loss; Hughes Wins #9, Krol Saves #17

    Williamsport Crosscutters �5, �State College Spikes �3 (box)

    The Spikes opened their season on the road tonight, unfortunately on the losing end. �Starter Zack Von Rosenberg, who had pitched just one inning in the 2009 season, was charged with the loss. �He pitched 4 innings, and allowed 4 runs on 7...

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    Homers For Anderson (2), Harrison, Latimore, Chambers, and Both Hernandezes

    Lots of home runs in the minor leagues tonight, including Jim Negrych's 2-run homer that won the game for the Indianapolis Indians.

    Bradenton Marauders �9, �Jupiter Hammerheads �7 (box)

    A 5-run inning boosted the Marauders in the early part of the game, and then the Marauders had to use three home runs...

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    Leach Pitches 7 Shutout Innings; Power Lose #6 Straight

    Bradenton Marauders �13, �St. Lucie Mets �1 (box)

    Brian Leach won his third game of the season with 7 shutout innings against St. Lucie. �Leach scattered 4 hits, no walks, and had one batter reach base on an error. �He never had more than one runner on base in any one...

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