Durham 11, Norfolk 9. David Price picked up his first triple-A win, throwin 5 innings, striking out 5, giving up 2 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks…Calvin Medlock gave up 5 runs in 1.1 innings…Jonny Gomes had 4 hits in 6 at bats, driving in 3…Chris Richard drove in 3 runs and Jon Weber was 3-6 and hit his 13th home run.

Jacksonville 10, Montgomery 3. Jason Cromer pitched well, holding Jacksonville to 1 run in 6 innings, but Ryan Reid blew the lead, giving up 5 runs (4 earned) in 1 inning…Rashad Eldridge was 4-5 with a double and a triple. He drove in 2 runs and is now hitting .295…

Daytona 6, Vero Beach 3. Ryan Morse dropped to 2-11 after giving up 6 runs in 7 innings.

Columbus 10, Savannah 5. Jesse Darcy struck out 7 and only walked 1 in 5 innings, but gave up 2 home runs and 3 runs total…Mike McCormick hit his 11th home run…Maiko Loyola stole his 45th base, going 1-4 with a walk and a RBI.

Hudson Valley 6, Lowell 2. Tim Beckham was not in the lineup.

NOTES FROM DOWN ON THE FARM…

  • Karma is a bitch…James Houser who avoided the final 2 weeks of his suspension entering the ’08 season due to a loophole after the Rays added him to the 40-man roster, will miss yet another start due to injury. This time it is a left forearm strain. Houser just recently returned from minor knee surgery. [Biscuits' Batter]
  • He only played in 9 games for the Montgomery Biscuits, but David Price was named to the league’s post-season all-star team. [OurSports Central]
  • Here is a video interview of Durham Bulls hitting coach Gary Gaetti, talking mostly about his days in college. [YouTube]
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  1. chuck says:

    Do you control the ads that go up on the top of the page? I find it a little odd to see an ad for Imperial about buying Red Sox gear.

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  2. The Professor says:

    we don't control the specific ads. The company places ads based on keywords. I mention the Red Sox a lot so "Red Sox" comes up on their keyword search. they place a Red Sox ad. obviously it is a huge flaw in the system.

    of course, not as fun as earlier this season when an ad for "Barry Bonds Ringtones" was a regular feature.

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