Thursday, April 15, 2010

#SeaDogs Zapped in Home Opener

The Portland Sea Dogs kicked off their 2010 home slate against the Trenton Thunder (Yankees), and, to the disappointment of the 5,654 on hand, lost in extra innings 4-2.

Trenton Left Fielder Damon Sublett was the hero for the Thunder as he drove a 1-1 Ryne Lawson (0-1) delivery to center field for a 2-Run Home Run at the top of the 11th inning. This gave Trenton an insurmountable 4-2 lead.

Kyle Weiland (ND) picked up the start for the Sea Dogs. Weiland kept the Dogs' chances alive, pitching 5 solid innings of 4 hit baseball. He gave up 2 runs on those four hits, as well as three free passes. The first and second innings were by far Weiland's best, gaining 5 of his 6 strikeouts in the first two frames of the game.

Andrew Dobies came in to relive Weiland. Dobies went two innings in his relief effort, giving up one hit and picking up 3 strikeouts. His one rough patch happened at the top of the 7th. After the inning kicked off with a Kevin Smith single to center, Smith advanced to second after a balk from Dobies. With a runner in scoring position, Dobies got to work, picking up a flyout sandwiched between two strikeouts. Bryce Cox came in after Dobies night was over, pitching three scoreless. Lawson gave up four hits, including the game-winning shot to Sublett in his one inning of work.

Eric Wordekemper (1-0) picked up the win for Trenton. He went two scoreless innings in order to secure the victory. Trenton starter Jeremy Bleich (ND) tossed six innings, giving up two hits and two runs.

The series continues against Trenton tomorrow as right hander Stephen Fife (0-0, 3.60 ERA) takes on David Phelps (1-0, 1.59 ERA). First pitch is scheduled for 6:00 pm at Hadlock Field. The game can also be heard on 1490am WBAE, the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network. Pre-game kicks off at 5:40pm.

Box Score: Here

Mike Antonellis's Audio Tweet- Here




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