|Syracuse||OFF DAY||vs. Columbus,
|Hill (3-5, 4.75) vs.
Detwiler (0-4, 5.84)
|Harrisburg||Lost, 3-1||vs. Reading,
|Valdez (0-0, 7.94) vs.
Pivetta (6-4, 3.67)
|Potomac||Postponed||vs. Myrtle Beach,
|Fedde (3-3, 5.00) and
Whiting (6-2, 3.26) vs.
Martinez, Jon (3-4, 5.08) and
Hedges (6-4, 2.25)
|Baez (2-5, 5.21) and
DeRosier (2-3, 5.02) vs.
Espinoza (4-4, 3.35) and
Raudes (6-1, 4.21)
|Watson (1-1, 0.00 @ GCL in ’15) vs.
Hovis (Missed 2015 with Nationals elbow)
Syracuse – OFF DAY
The last-place Chiefs return home on a five-game losing streak as they host the Clippers for three games over Father’s Day weekend. Taylor Hill gets the start tonight against former National Ross Detwiler.
Trenton 3 Harrisburg 1
• Giolito (L, 5-3) 5IP, 6H, 3R, 2ER, BB, 7K, HR, HBP, WP
• Brady 2IP, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 1K
• Bostick 2-4, R, 2B
• Keyes 1-2
Harrisburg fell behind 3-0 after four innings and couldn’t catch up to lose, 3-1 to Trenton. Lucas Giolito needed 92 pitches to get thrrough five innings as he gave up all three Thunder runs (two earned) on six hits (one solo HR) and a walk. He struck out seven while losing his third game. Christopher Bostick singled, doubled, and scored the Senator run to lead the seven-hit, two-walk offense.
Myrtle Beach vs. Potomac – PPD
Last night’s thunderstorms postponed the opener of a five-game series between Potomac and Myrtle Beach and will force back-to-back doubleheaders tonight and tomorrow night, weather/field conditions permitting.
Roster moves: RHP Erick Fedde activated from 7-Day DL; LHP Justin Thomas placed on 7-Day DL.
Greenville vs. Hagerstown – PPD
The rains came from the west to the east and thus washed away the Suns, too. The spectre of 2014 looms as Delmarva continues to win (six straight) and put the pressure on Hagerstown, which leads by a game and a half with four games left in the first half. Third-place Hickory was eliminated with the loss to Delmarva.
Auburn – OPENING DAY
The Doubledays start the 2016 campaign with a five-game homestand: two against Batavia, three against Mahoning Valley. Local beat writer Jeremy Houghtaling has the story on the 2016 roster.