Friday, May 22, 2009
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Final: Gwinnett 7, Toledo 3
G-Braves add a run in the seventh and eighth and improve to 22-20.
Through 6 inning
Gwinnett 5, Toledo 3
The Mud Hens got three runs off Tony Armas in the fourth to cut into the G-Braves lead. The fourth inning ended Armas' outing. All three runs were earned and he struck out five. Vladimir Nunez replaced Armas.
After six hits in the first three innings, the G-Braves' bats quieted down. They have no hits with just two walks and a fielder's choices since the third.
Through 3 innings
Gwinnett 5, Toledo 0
The G-Braves strike with two outs in the first after an error on Toledo first baseman Mike Hessman allowed Wes Timmons to score and Brooks Conrad to keep the game alive. The G-Braves followed the error with three straight hits. They added the fifth run in the second on a Timmons RBI single that scored newly-recalled Antonio Perez.
Tony Armas has allowed just one hit through three, striking out five and walking two.
It's the day between rehab assignments at Gwinnett Stadium, but there is still a game. It's Tony Armas (0-0, 2.08 ERA) for Gwinnett going against Toledo's RHP Ruddy Lugo (3-3, 3.77).
Keep it here for updates during the game and your final score.
Last night, Jorge Campillo pitched three relief innings after Tommy Hanson's six-inning gem and Toledo started Jeremy Bonderman down from Detroit with a nagging blood clot in his shoulder.
Campillo allowed four hits and two runs with a strike out in his four innings and Bonderman pitched five shutout innings before the G-Braves tagged him for five in the bottom of the sixth.
But that was yesterday. Here is your lineup for tonight.
CF Gregor Blanco
1B Wes Timmons
DH Brandon Jones
2B Brooks Conrad
3B Van Pope
LF J.C. Holt
C Clint Sammons
RF Reid Gorecki
SS Antonio Perez