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Paw Sox Are Playing The Rochester Red Wings In Game 1 Of Sundays Doubleheader

The Paw Sox are continuing their 4 game series with the Rochester Red Wings on Sunday afternoon. Just like yesterday, they are playing 2 today. Yesterday, both teams split the double header. In game 1, the Paw Sox won 2-1 in 8 innings. The Paw Sox were on the wrong end of a no hitter going into the 7th and final inning before the Bryce Brentz hit a 2 out double to center field to tie the game at 1. Then in the 8th inning, Jantzen Witte hit a walk off solo home run to left field.

In game 2, the Paw Sox lost 7-5 thanks to a 5 run 2nd inning for the Red Wings. Bryce Brentz did hit a grand slam for the Paw Sox in the 1st inning, to give the Paw Sox a 4-2 lead. Later in the game, Dan Butler hit his 1st home run of the season to make it a 7-5 ball game. But that is all the offense the Paw Sox could come up with.

Here is your lineup for the Rochester Red Wings (30-33):

CF Zack Granite,

DH Matt Hague

RF Niko Goodrum

C Mitch Graver

1B Byung Ho Park

3B Leonard Reginatto

LF J.B. Shuck

2B Bengie Gonzalez

SS Engelb Vielma

SP Chris Heston

Here is the lineup for the Pawtucket Red Sox (34-30):

DH Rusney Castillo

RF Brian Bogusevic

1B Sam Travis

LF Ryan Court

CF Steve Selsky

C Blake Swihart

2B Deven Marrero

3B Jantzen Witte

SS Mike Miller

SP Henry Owens

Top 1st Inning (1-0 Red Wings)

Henry Owens began his outing with the most surprising outcome ever! He struck out Zack Granite on a 2-2 fastball. However, Owens got back to his normal self by walking Matt Hague on 4 pitches. Then in an 8 pitch battle with Niko Goodrum, Owens was able to strike him out. Owens did get 2 swing and misses on his off speed stuff. Hopefully it was his off speed stuff, the pitches were only in the high 80’s. Following a single to left field for Mitch Graver, Byung Ho Park hit a line shot up the middle that almost hit Owens. This gave the Red Wings a 1-0 lead.

Bottom 1st Inning (1-0 Red Wings)

Rusney Castillo led off for the Paw Sox as the DH. He flew out to centerfield, but the center fielder had trouble finding the ball. At first, he thought the ball was way back, but he had to run in on it to make the nice catch. Following a ground out to the 3rd basemen, Sam Travis hit a single to left field for the Paw Sox 1st hit on the day. To end the inning Ryan Court hit into the 5-4 fielders choice to end the inning.

Top 2nd Inning (2-0 Red Wings)

Owens showed his control problems in the beginning of the inning. Owens’ 1st pitch to J.B. Shuck hit him in the back. It was a slider that was supposed to be on the outside of the plate. Shuck is a left handed hitter which tells you how bad the pitch was. The control problems continued with a 5 pitch walk to Bengie Gonzalez. The next batter, Engelb Vielma, walked on 5 pitches to loaded the bases with no outs for the Red Wings.

Owens started to get burned on all of these walks when Zack Granite came up with the bases loaded. He hit a hanging fly ball to left field for a single. That only drove in one run. After that, somehow Owens got out of it without giving up another run by getting Hague to hit a line shot to the 3rd basemen and then he got Goodrum to hit into a 5-4-3 double play.

Bottom 2nd Inning (2-0 Red Wings)

In the bottom of the 2nd inning, the Paw Sox went 1-2-3. Selsky hit a fly ball to left field to lead off the inning. Then Swihart hit a fly ball to Center field. Then Marrero struck out swinging to end the inning.

Top 3rd Inning (2-0 Red Wings)

Henry Owens started to pitch like an effective pitcher in the 3rd inning. He started the inning by striking out Graver swinging. Then Owens got part to fly out to right field for the 2nd out. Then Reginatto grounded out to the short stop to end the inning. Owens has 62 pitches through 3 innings.

Bottom 3rd Inning (2-0 Red Wings)

The Paw Sox somewhat got the offense going in the 3rd inning. Following a fly ball by Witte, Mike Miller and Rusney Castillo hit back to back singles to put runners on the corners with 1 out. But then right on cue, Rusney Castillo was picked off 1st base to kill the Paw Sox rally. Then Bogusevic grounded out to the 1st basemen to end the inning.

Top 4th Inning (2-0 Red Wings)

Owens made quick work of the Red Wings in the 4th inning. To lead off the inning, Shuck flew out to left field. Then Gonzalez bunted back to Owens, who got the runner out at 1st. To end the inning, Vielma hit a ground ball to Miller at short stop to end the inning.

Bottom 4th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Sam Travis led off the inning with a hard hit single to the left field. Ryan Court then hit a broken bat single to left field to put 2 runners on with no outs. The next batter was Steve Selsky. Recently, Selsky and Brentz have been on a tear in the Paw Sox lineup. Unfortunately this was not one of those times. Selsky hit into a 5-4-3 double play.


Blake Swihart was up with 2 outs and a runner on 3rd base. He has struggled most of the year for the Paw Sox, but he hit a hard hit ball into the Red Wings bullpen to tie the game at 2. This might have messed with the Red Wings starter Chris Heston a little bit as Deven Marrero hit a swinging bunt to the left side of the infield. Heston played the ball and threw it wide to 1st base as Marrero was credited with the single. Witte ended the inning by hitting a ground ball to the 3rd basemen, who then went to 2nd base for the force out.

Top 5th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Owens made really nice plat to begin the inning. Granite hit a swinging bunt to the right side of the infield. Owens came over to play it by bare handing it to 1st base for the out. Following that ground ball, Owens then got Hague and Goodrum to pop out to the 3rd basemen and the catcher. Owens has retired the last 11 Red Wing batters. That began in the 2nd inning when Owens got Hague to line out to 3rd base.

Bottom 5th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Drew Rucinski replaced Chris Heston to begin the 5th inning. Heston went 4 innings, giving up 7 hits, 2 runs, and struck out 1 on 68 pitches (45 strikes). In the 5th inning, the Paw Sox had a chance to score. Mike Miller hit a fly ball to right field to lead off the inning. It also got down for a base hit, but Niko Goodrum came in for the diving catch for the out. Rusney Castillo then hit a single up the middle for his 2nd hit of the day.

Rucinski was able to get out of the inning for the Red Wings after that. He got Bogusevic and Travis to hit ground balls to the 2nd basemen to end the inning.

Top 6th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Henry Owens continued to pitch well after his rocky start. Following a strike out of Mitch Garver, he got Park and Reginatto to fly out. Today is the 1st time Owens was able to get a 1-2-3 inning from May 10th. That is over 6 starts.

Bottom 6th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Ryan Court led off the inning by striking out swinging. Selsky started to get something going for the Paw Sox by hitting a single to left field for a single. That was his 1st hit of the day. Swihart then was in the middle of a long at bat. Rucinski was trying to pick off Selsky from 1st base. Then one of his throws was an error throw which got Selsky to 2nd base. Unfortunately, Selsky was actually picked off 2nd base for the out to kill the rally. To end the inning, Swihart flew out deep to center field.

Top 7th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Owens streak of retiring 14 batters ended in the 7th inning. To lead off the inning, Owens walked Shuck where he struggled to throw strikes. But Owens then got out of the inning pretty quickly. Gonzalez had a sac bunt to get Shuck over to 2nd base. He then got Vielma to strike out looking and then he got Granite to pop out to the Short Stop to end the inning.

Bottom 7th Inning (2-2 Tie)

Paw Sox went down quickly in the 7th inning. Devin Marrero Struck out swinging to lead off the inning. Jantzen Witte then hit a weak pop-up to the 1st basemen. Mike Miller ended the inning by grounding out to the short stop to end the inning. We head to extra inning in game 1 of today’s doubleheader.

Top 8th Inning (3-2 Red Wings)

Kyle Martin came in for Henry Owens as we head into extras at McCoy Stadium. Owens’ final pitching line was 7 inning, giving up 3 hits, 2 runs, 4 walks, 5 strike outs on 105 pitches (64 strikes). He pitched really well after the 2nd inning today by retiring 14 batters in a row at one point.

The Red Wings took the lead back in the 8th inning as Matt Hague hit a lead off home run. The ball looked like it was going to be a harmless fly ball, but the ball kept carrying and it ultimately landed in the flower bed in front of the berm in left field. Martin then got Goodrum to hit a ground ball to 2nd base. He then struck out Graver before Park hit a double right field. Luckily, Park wouldn’t get any father as Reginatto grounded out to 3rd base to end the inning.

Bottom 8th Inning (Red Wings Win 3-2)

Rusney Castillo led off the inning for the Paw Sox as they tried to at least tie the game. Castillo was hit by a pitch to put the lead off runner on for the Paw Sox. Then Bogusevic hit a ground ball to the 2nd basemen who couldn’t field it. Bogusevic was safe at 1st and Castillo got to 3rd base. This put runners on the corners with no outs.

Sam Travis had a chance to do something big for the Paw Sox. Unfortunately he struck out on 3 pitches. Then Ryan Court struck out in a tough at bat. The game then came down to Steve Selsky with runners on the corners with 2 outs.

Steve Selsky struck out on 4 pitches. Nothing was close. The Paw Sox lose game 1 of today’s double header 3-2. Kyle Martin got the loss and Michael Tonkin got the win.

Game 2 of today’s double header starts in about 30 minutes.

Evan is a attending Bryant University and joined the Trifecta Network as an Editor in February of 2016 and is a guest on Down to the WIRE Sports Talk.

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Pawtucket Red Sox To Host Kyrie Irving Night

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Pawtucket Red Sox To Host Kyrie Irving Night At McCoy Stadium

The biggest headline in sports today is the trade of Kyrie Irving to the Boston Celtics. For the Pawtucket Red Sox, they saw this move as an opportunity.

On Thursday night at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket Rhode Island, the AAA affiliate of the Boston Red Sox will be hosting a Kyrie Irving night.

Here are some the highlights of the night at McCoy.

  • Any fan wearing the color green or Celtics apparel will receive free general admission to the 7:05 game.
  • There will be a grand price revolving around Irving’s new number 11
  • PawSox store to have Celtics themed apparel.
  • Pregame dunk tank with Cleveland Cavaliers fan in tank wearing LeBron James jersey
  • Double the admission price for any fans by the name of LeBron, Draymond, Steph, Lonzo, or Kevin Love/Durant.

For the full info from the team check out the tweet by Mike Monaco below.

Kudos to the PawSox for capitalizing on a golden opportunity.

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Pawtucket Red Sox Lose 6-2 To Bisons Despite Good Start By Elias

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Pawtucket Red Sox Lose 6-2 To Bisons Despite Good Start By Elias

The Pawtucket Red Sox dropped game 2 of their 4 game series with the Buffalo Bisons on Tuesday night 6-2 at McCoy Stadium. There were 6,502 fans at McCoy Stadium tonight.

Roenis Elias Pitched much better then what his pitching line showed. He gave up 4 runs in 7 innings, but it should have only been 2 run. Elias was also pretty close to doing something that Craig Kimbrel and Rick Porcello have done this season.

The Paw Sox saw all of their offense from a two run home run from Matt Dominguez in the 4th inning. It was a home run that barley got out of the park.

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Pawtucket Red Sox Play Buffalo In Game 2 Of Their Series Tonight

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Pawtucket Red Sox Play Buffalo In Game 2 Of Their Series Tonight

The Pawtucket Red Sox (61-67) will play host to the Buffalo Bisons (58-70) tonight at McCoy Stadium. The pitching match up for tonights’ game is Joe Biagini (0-1, 3.48 ERA) for the Buffalo Bisons. He will be up against Roenis Elias (1-3, 7.27 ERA) for the Pawtucket Red Sox.

In the first game of the four game series, the Buffalo Bisons beat the Pawtucket Red Sox 6-3 in front of 5,997 fans. The Pawtucket Red Sox were leading 3-2 heading into the 9th inning, with Edgar Olmos on the mound, Gregorio Petit hit a game tying home run just into the Paw Sox bullpen. Later in the inning, Christian Lopes hit a go-ahead 3 run home run to give the Bisons a 6-3 lead.

All 3 runs from the Christian Lopes home run were unearned. That was due to a ball that Jantzen Witte threw into the dirt that Blake Swihart couldn’t pick out of the dirt. Swihart was charged with an error on the play that continued the inning. Other then that, Swihart looked like he could do well at 1st base if he is able to get reps at first base.

Tonights Starting Pitchers

Tonights starting pitcher for the Buffalo Bisons, Joe Biagini pitched well last time out on August 17th. In that game, he shut out the Indianapolis Indians through 4 innings, giving up 2 hits, walking 3, and struck out 4 on 73 pitches (45 strikes). Biagini was pitching for Bisons major league team the Toronto Blue Jays. This season for the Blue Jays, he was 3-8 with a 5.11 ERA in 86 1/3 innings.

Tonights starting pitcher for the Paw Sox, Roenis Elias, was knocked around in his start on August 17th at Louisville. In that start, he went 5 2/3, giving up 7 hits, 4 runs, 3 walks, and 4 strikeouts on 96 pitches (54 strikes).

Tonights Lineups

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Buffalo Bisons:

2B Christian Lopes

SS Gregorio Petit

RF Teoscar Hernandez

1B Rowdy Tellez

C Danny Jansen

3B Jason Leblebijian

DH Mike Ohlman

LF Jon Berti

CF Roemon Fields

SP Joe Biagini

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Pawtucket Red Sox:

CF Tzu-Wei Lin

2B Heiker Meneses

1B Sam Travis

RF Bryce Brentz

3B Matt Dominguez

LF Ryan Court

C Blake Swihart

SS Deven Marrero

DH Dan Butler

SP Roenis Elias

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