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Tuesday, July 03, 2007

What I did last night

The Lowell Spinners are a Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox.
The Tri-City Valley Cats are a Class A affiliate of the Houston Astros.
Both teams play in the New York-Penn League

Kalish's blast powers Spinners

Lowell, MA - (July 2, 2007) Ryan Kalish smacked a go-ahead two-run homer in the seventh inning as Lowell rallied past visiting Tri-City, 8-4, on Monday.
Trailing, 4-3, Kade Keowen singled and scored on Kalish's first long ball of the season for the Spinners (9-4).

Jorge Jimenez and Carlos Fernandez-Oliva each had two hits and scored twice and Tyler Weeden drove in two runs for Lowell.

Spinners reliever Jordan Craft (2-0) allowed two runs on one hit while striking out three and walking two in two innings. Christopher Province fanned two over the final two frames for his first save. Starter Joseph Guerra gave up two runs on seven hits while fanning one in five innings.

ValleyCats reliever Carlos Ladeuth (0-2) allowed two runs on four hits with two strikeouts in two innings. Starter Anthony Bello gave up three runs on six hits while striking out three and walking two over five frames.

Catlin Everett and Cirilo Cruz each went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored for Tri-City (3-10).[ --Steve Conley/MLB.com]

Here's the box score.

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At 05 July, 2007 10:36, Blogger ~Autumn said...

So it seems you're a baseball man! I've been following the MLB home team (not very closely mind you and Mikey seems to keep me updated whether I ask or not). Detroit Tigers suck eggs. That may give you a hint as to who we root for!

At 05 July, 2007 10:43, Blogger green said...

The Tigers seem to have a pretty decent team this year. How could they suck eggs? Just because they lost the World Series last season... (I was rooting for them and was very disappointed that they lost.)

At 05 July, 2007 16:57, Blogger ~Autumn said...

They're just the team that causes lots of problems for our team. But other than that, I have nothing against them! LOL

At 05 July, 2007 18:04, Blogger green said...

Didn't you tell me you were a Cleveland Indians fan? If so, now I see where your complaint is...


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