Durham 7, Indianapolis 6. The Bulls score 4 in the bottom of the 9th, the final coming on a throwing error while attempting to turn a double-play…Jeremy Hellickson had his first rough outing in triple-A, surrendering 6 runs on 6 hits and 2 walks in 4.2 innings. He struck out 7…Joe Nelson was solid in his first appearance with Durham, pitching 2 shutout innings, striking out 4 and walking none…Desmond Jennings went 2-5 with a double and 2 RBI…Reid Brignac was 2-5 and Matt Joyce went 3-4 (all singles) and 2 RBI. He also walked once…Chris Richard hit his 19th home run.

Montgomery 5, Mississippi 1. Aneury Rodriguez had his scoreless streak snapped at 24 when he finally gave up a home run in the 6th. It would be the only run allowed in 6.2 innings on 6 hits. He struck out 6 and walked just 1…Cody Cipriano went 1-4.

Ft. Myers 4, Charlotte 3 (11). Alex Cobb gave up 3 runs in 4.1 innings. He struck out 2 and walked 4…Shawn O’Malley was 2-4 with a walk.

Asheville 7, Bowling Green 0. Frank de los Santos took the loss and dropped to 4-7…Tim Beckham was 0-4 and Keyong Kang had 2 (2-3) of the Hot Rods 6 hits and has hit in 7 straight. Beckham also committed his 34th error.

Lowell 10, Hudson Valley 1.

Danville 3, Princeton 0.

Notes from Down on the Farm

  • Triangle Offense has all the details on the Bulls comeback. They also note that Shawn Riggans is day-to-day with a ribcage injury and was not able to play last night. They spoke with Joe Nelson about his demotion. Nelson was adamant that his arm is healthy and that he is fighting a mechanical issue. He felt that he discovered the flaw prior to last night’s game and is excited about how well he threw. [Triangle Offense]

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2 Comments

  1. DRR says:

    I think Desmond Jennings deserves credit for a great decision and at bat in the 9th inning comeback for the Bulls. Batting as the tying run in a game like that, a lot of players would be hacking away and looking to make a heroic play. DJ put down the prettiest bunt for a hit I have seen in a long time. Also, Brignac should get credit for his hustle as well. He was going full steam from 2nd on what looked like an easy double play to end the inning. As it was, it only beat the throw home by a spit second.

    That inning was the most fun I have had at a Bulls game in a while.

  2. DRR says:

    BTW, the Bulls website has the video of the hits in that 9th inning comeback last night. Worth a quick look.

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