MiLB Recap – Pitching fails to impress Sunday
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Dunedin Blue Jays (Off Day Sunday)
Dunedin Blue Jays vs Charlotte Stone Crabs (Pitchers TBD)
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Lansing Lugnuts vs Peoria Chiefs (Loss 5-10)
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Pitching was hard to come by in Sunday’s bash fest. Each of the starting pitchers allowed 5 earned runs through the first 5 innings. Jesus Tinoco allowed 9 hits and walked 1 while striking out 7 in those 5 innings. As the bullpens took over the Lugnuts continued to slide. Allowing 5 more earned runs over the remainder of the game lost the game for the Lugnuts. Colton Turner had a rough outing as he allowed 3 earned runs in 2 innings of work. The Chief offense was unstoppable as the were able to go 6-12 with runners in scoring position.
The Lugnuts had a decent offensive night but it was just not enough to overcome the onslaught that was the Chiefs offense. Anthony Alford recorded 2 hits and an RBI but struck out twice. Richard Urena recorded 3 RBI and his 1 hit was a double. Jason Leblebijian had an outstanding night going 3-4 and hit his firsts home run with the Lugnuts.
Line of the night
Jason Leblebijian 3-4 with a run scored, an RBI, and a Home Run
Lansing Lugnuts vs Peoria Chiefs (Shane Dawson vs Matt Pearce)
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