Category Archives: Box Score Recap

Threshers Recap – 4/9/2019

Clearwater (1-5) lost to Lakeland, 3-1.

Julian Garcia 0-1, 7.36) lasted 3.2 innings and 84 pitches.  He gave up 3 runs on 5 hits and 2 walks.  He also struck out six batters.  He threw 49 strikes (58.3%).

Grant Dyer (2.08) came in and stranded an inherited runner.  He retired 6 batters in 2.1 perfect innings.  Yes, that’s correct.  The inherited runner was caught stealing.  So, we have the unusual 6 batters faced in 2.1 innings.  He also struck out three. Continue reading Threshers Recap – 4/9/2019

Threshers Recap – 4/8/2019

Clearwater (1-4) lost to Lakeland, 8-3.

Andrew Brown (0-1, 15.00) lasted three innings.  He gave up 5 runs on 9 hits and a walk.  He struck out two.  Luis Carrasco (9.64) gave up 2 runs in 2.0 innings on 2 hits and a walk.  Connor Brogdon had another scoreless outing, allowing just a walk in 2.0 innings and striking out two.  Zach Warren struck out 2 in 1.0 inning, but gave up a run on 2 hits. Continue reading Threshers Recap – 4/8/2019

Threshers Recap – 4/7/2019

Clearwater (1-2) lost to Dunedin, 2-1.

Kyle Young (0-1, 4.50) retired the first two batters he faced and then gave up 2 runs on 4 consecutive singles.  He walked a batter before ending the first inning.  Then, he retired the next ten batters in succession, striking out three.  Continue reading Threshers Recap – 4/7/2019

Threshers Recap – 4/6/2019

Clearwater (1-2) beat Dunedin 8-3.

Alejandro Requena (1-0, 1.80) had a strong outing.  He pitched 5.0 innings and held the Blue Jays to one run on 3 hits and 2 walks while striking our eight.  He threw 72 pitches, 52 for strikes (66.7%).  He throws a 4-pitch mix of FB, CB, SL, CH.  He had preety good command of each, hitting his spots, keeping the Jays batters off balance, and pitching backward sometimes to great effect. Continue reading Threshers Recap – 4/6/2019

Threshers Recap – 4/5/2019

Clearwater (0-2) blew a middle inning lead and lost to the Dunedin Blue Jays, 7-3.

Damon Jones came out firing.  He struck out 8 batters in 3.0 innings.  His FB sat 92-94 and touched 95 twice in the first inning.  His slider was deceptive and he used his CB to keep hitters off balance.  Problem was he “Aumontian” with his control.  He threw 74 pitches, just 37 for strikes (50%).  The Jays stacked their line up with right-handed bats, and took pitches.  Jones pitched from behind a lot, only 5 of 13 first pitch strikes.  He missed a lot with his FB.  Usually up and away.  I mean up and away in that the catcher had to come out of his crouch to catch the pitches.  Continue reading Threshers Recap – 4/5/2019

Travel Day Recap – 9/12/2018

Wednesday was an off day in the South Atlantic League championship series.  The venue changes to Lakewood and resumes Thursday night.  The series is tied at a game apiece. The BlueClaws will send Andrew Brown against the Lexington Legends in game three. Spencer Howard will start game four.  No announcement for game five.  If necessary, it will be in Lakewood. Continue reading Travel Day Recap – 9/12/2018