Waldron was hit hard tonight.

When I arrived at McKechnie Field for the Bradenton Marauders vs. St. Lucie Mets game this evening, I noted this could be a very high scoring game due to the strong wind blowing straight out to center field. I was correct that the game ended up being high scoring, and it was in large part due to several home runs. However, the wind had very little, if anything, to do with those homers.

Tyler Waldron started the game for the Marauders and pitched his second poor game in a row, after having four good starts after his promotion from West Virginia. I must be his bad-luck charm as I saw him struggle through 3 innings of a rain-shortened game last Tuesday as well. At least on Tuesday he was able to pitch out of trouble for the most part. No such luck tonight.
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