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Where Have All The Runs Gone? – Game 19

April 25, 2012


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Record – 8 – 11 ( 6 GB of Harrisburg in Western Division)
Attendance : 2,150 
Time: 2:12 

 It was going to be hard for Trevor May to better his last start in Richmond, but he did. He went one innings better, three fewer hits, and on few run allowed. In all he went six innings, throwing 90 pitches (55 for strikes). He allowed one measly hit, struck out seven and walked two. J.C. Ramirez worked two near perfect innings, walking one in the process.  Tyson Brummett slammed the door on the Flying Squirrels in the ninth to pick up his first save of the year.

May’s counter part, Chris Heston, did not have a bad outing himself. In fact, it was his best outing this year. In seven innings he allowed on run (unearned because of an error he committed), scattered six hits and struck out seven. The innings pitched, strikeouts, and zero walks are all season bests for him. Tom Vessella worked a perfect eighth, striking out one in the process.

Steve Susdorf had the best night at the plate for both teams, going 3-for-3. Darin Ruf, Steven Lerud, and Troy Hanzawa all added one hit each.  Tug Hulett drove in the lone run of the game.

For the Flying Squirrels this was the first time they have been shutout in back-to-back games. Juan Perez picked up the lone hit for Richmond, as they did not advance a runner past first base tonight.

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