Reiver Sanmartin looked to continue stringing good starts together and he was just kinda ok Tuesday night. He allowed three earned runs over five innings. He gave up six hits, three walks, while striking out five. Diehl, Alaniz, and Warren all struck out one and pitched a shutout inning of relief. Offensively, Alredro Rodriguez went 3 for 5 with a dinger and three RBI, and Narciso Crook doubled twice, singled, drove in a run, and scored.
Graham “Booty Ship” Ashcraft had a decent line but the Braves got to him a bit. He allowed three earned runs over five innings on five hits, no walks, while striking out five. Demurias and Byrne pitched shutout innings from the pen. Pedro “Cedar” Cedrola went 2 for 4 with a dinger, walk, and two runs scored, and Robbie “Beeper Bob” Tenerowicz went 2 for 4 with a dinger and two RBI. TJ Hopkins also chipped in with a solo home run.
Christian “Solid Snake” Roa pitched pretty well even though his peripheral line wasn’t the prettiest. He threw five shutout innings with five hits, three walks, while striking out two. Jake “Gumby” Gilbert pitched two scoreless innings with a strikeout. The Dragons obviously bashed the hell out of the baseball in this one. First round pick, Matt McLain knocked in four runs with a double and a sacrifice, Mike “Superstar” Siani dingered, walked twice, and scored twice, and Juan Martinez went 3 for 3 with two walks and two runs scored. Allan Cerda also hit a dinger on a 2 for 4 night with a walk and two runs scored. Overall, the Dragons had nine hits, ten walks, and scored ten runs.
Joe “Crab” Boyle struck out ten Cardinals in four shutout innings. He only allowed two hits and two walks. It was after he left the game the wheels fell off in the bullpen. Brandon Leyton went 2 for 4 with a double, home run, and two total RBI, and Reece “Pieces” Hinds socked a two run dinger. Daniel Vellojin went 1 for 4 with a walk and two run scored.