Blue Jays MiLB Recap – Herd gone wild!
New Hampshire Fisher Cats vs Binghampton Mets (Win 8-1)
The Fisher Cats finally got to play their second game of the season Sunday. Binghampton weather has been rough for the beginning of this season. The Cats bats were a warm breeze in the dead of the near winter that is happening in New York still.
Great pitching and a ton of offense in the late innings led the Cats to a lopsided win.
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John Anderson got things going with 4 innings of 5 hit ball. He would allow 1 run with 3 walks and 4 strikeouts during his work. Murphy Smith would come on for 2 innings of work to record the win. He would allow no hits and strike out 2. The bullpen would only allow one base runner over 5 innings of work.
Pitching Grade: A+
Dwight Smith Jr. led the way on offense as he collected 4 RBIs on 2 hits. The Fisher Cats collected 3 extra base hits out of their 12 total. The bats awakened for 7 runs in the last 5 innings. The Cats were assisted by the Mets as the allowed 2 errors but the Cats were able to capitalize when they had opportunities. Shane Opitz and Ian Parmley collected a stolen base each in the win also.
Offensive Grade: A
Line of the Day – Dwight Smith Jr. 2-5 with 4 RBIs
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