CROSSCUTTERS BLOW OUT BOMBERS

OF Carl Uhl slide safely into 3rd base with one of his three triples on Tuesday night

OF Carl Uhl slide safely into 3rd base with one of his three triples on Tuesday night

This was a record night for the Cross Cutters as it was the most runs that the franchise has ever scored in a game. Here is the Game Wrap Up courtesy of CrossCutters.com:

Latest Home Game Recap (Aug. 4) – In front of a season high 4,293 fans, the Williamsport Crosscutters blasted the Staten Island Yankees 20-4, upping their Wild Card lead on the Yankees to two games.

The Cutters started quick scoring four runs in the bottom of the first inning. RF Zach Collier singled to lead off the frame and scored when LF Carl Uhl hit his first triple of the game to left center.

CF Leandro Castro then hit a sacrifice fly to center scoring Uhl from third. With two outs SS Jeremy Barnes walked leading to 3B Anthony Hewitt’s fourth home run, a two-run shot to leftfield.

With a 4-0 lead heading into the bottom of the 3rd inning Uhl lead off by hitting his second triple of the game to center. Castro then hit his own triple to right scoring Uhl. C Sebastian Valle plated Castro with a sacrifice fly to notch his 30th RBI of the season.

With one out in the 3rd, Barnes got things started again with a single. After a Hewitt strikeout, the Cutters would score seven more runs in the inning, highlighted by 1B Darin Ruf’s second home run of the season, a two-run shot to left.

Collier hit the Cutters third triple of the inning scoring DH Francisco Murillo and 2B Evan Porter. Then Uhl hit his second triple of the inning to score Collier. During the 3rd inning the Crosscutters scored nine runs on one home run, four triples, one double and two singles. Seven of the runs were scored with two outs.

The thirteen run cushion was more than enough for Cutters starting RHP Joshua Zeid (4-3, 2.42) who pitched a stellar six innings allowing no runs on four hits while striking out five Yankees. He kept the Yankees off balance all evening and escaped a second inning bases loaded jam with an inning ending strikeout.

In the bottom of the fourth Williamsport scored two more times giving them a 15-0 lead.

In the 5th, the Cutters once again put a crooked number on the scoreboard plating five more runs to increase their lead to 20-0.

The Cutters shutout was lost in the top of the 8th when the Yankees scored three runs off of reliever Reginal Simon (0-1, 9.22).

Seven Crosscutters had more than one hit led by Collier who went 4 for 6 with 4 RBIs and two runs scored. Uhl finished 3 for 6 with three RBIs and three runs scored. Hot-hitting Leandro Castro went 2 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs scored and Hewitt was 3 for 5 with a home run, three RBIs and three runs scored.

The Cutters and Staten Island tangle again Wednesday night at Bowman Field at 7:05pm. The game can be heard on ESPN 1050AM, 104.1FM or online at crosscutters.com.

Cutters Carvings- 
The 20 runs scored by the Cutters were the most ever by a Crosscutters team and the most in the New York-Penn League since Staten Island beat Brooklyn 21-6 on August 21, 2006… The Williamsport record for runs was set in 1931 when Williamsport beat Elmira 31-18… OF Carl Uhl set a Williamsport record with 3 triples in the game and the team set a Williamsport record with a total of six 3-baggers in the contest… 10 of the 19 Cutters hits were for extra bases Tuesday… Attendance of 4,293 was the largest crowd of the 2009 season… OF Leandro Castro was named the PSECU/Cutters Player of the Week for the 2nd week in a row. Castro hit .480 with 3 home runs and 6 RBI’s for the week ending August 2. Castro was also named the Phillies Minor League Player of the Week for the same period… LHP Matt Way was promoted to Lakewood on Monday. The Cutters added RHP Chad Poe to the roster from the GCL Phillies on Tuesday… Former Cutters Joe Savery was recently called up to Lehigh Valley and made his Triple-A pitching debut on Monday picking up the victory… Cutters homestand continues through this Sunday.

Final 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
Staten Island 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 4 10 2
Williamsport 4 0 9 2 5 0 0 0   20 19 1
Box | Wrap | Log W: Joshua Zeid (4-3); L: Matthew Richardson (0-1); HR: Anthony Hewitt (4), Darin Ruf (2)

 

Box Score / Game Wrap / Game Log

Batting >

Batters POS  AB  HR  RBI  BB  SO  LOB  AVG 
Almonte, Z  CF  .282 
Rabago, H  .238 
Medchill  LF  .300 
Gross  RF  .128 
Murton  1B  .281 
Mack, D  RF-LF  .301 
Lyon  3B  .143 
Milo, J  DH  .235 
Angelini  SS  .155 
Landoni  2B  .226 
Richardson, M  .000 
Solbach  .000 
Bailey  .000 
Watkins, B  .000 
    36  10  20  .252 

 

BATTING
2B: Murton 2 (9, Zeid, Simon).
TB: Almonte, Z; Rabago, H; Murton 4; Mack, D; Milo, J 2; Angelini; Landoni 2.
RBI: Murton (22), Mack, D 2 (24).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Murton; Almonte, Z 2; Angelini.
GIDP: Lyon; Landoni.
Team RISP: 3-for-11.
Team LOB: 8.

FIELDING
E: Angelini (6, fielding), Landoni (4, fielding).
PB: Rabago, H 4 (5).
DP: (Lyon-Murton).

Pitching >

Pitchers POS  NOTE  IP  ER  BB  SO  HR  ERA 
Richardson, M  (L, 0-1)  2.2  11.17 
Solbach    1.1  10  11  4.10 
Bailey    3.0  2.00 
Watkins, B    1.0  2.10 
        19  20  14  10  2.43 

 

 

Batting >

Batters POS  AB  HR  RBI  BB  SO  LOB  AVG 
Collier  RF  .263 
Uhl  LF-CF  .210 
Castro, L  CF  .351 
Batts  LF  .181 
Valle  .352 
Gugel  PH-C  .000 
Barnes, J  SS  .294 
Schoenberger  PH-2B  .179 
Hewitt  3B  .218 
Ruf, D  1B  .286 
Murillo  DH  .281 
Dabbs  PH-DH  .217 
Porter, E  2B-SS  .191 
Zeid  .000 
Poe  .000 
Simon  .000 
Wertz  .000 
    42  20  19  18  10  15  .250 

 

BATTING
2B: Valle (12, Solbach), Barnes, J (13, Solbach).
3B: Uhl 3 (3, Richardson, M, Richardson, M, Solbach), Castro, L (4, Richardson, M), Collier (1, Solbach), Hewitt (5, Solbach).
HR: Hewitt (4, 1st inning off Richardson, M, 1 on, 2 out), Ruf, D (2, 3rd inning off Richardson, M, 1 on, 2 out).
TB: Collier 6; Uhl 9; Castro, L 4; Valle 3; Barnes, J 3; Hewitt 8; Ruf, D 4; Murillo 2.
RBI: Uhl 3 (8), Castro, L 3 (22), Hewitt 3 (21), Valle 2 (31), Ruf, D 2 (5), Collier 4 (7), Barnes, J (24).
2-out RBI: Hewitt 2; Ruf, D 2; Collier 2; Uhl; Castro, L; Valle.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Barnes, J; Castro, L 2.
SF: Castro, L; Valle.
Team RISP: 8-for-14.
Team LOB: 5.

FIELDING
E: Porter, E (4, fielding).
PB: Gugel (1).
DP: 2 (Barnes, J-Porter, E-Ruf, D, Porter, E-Schoenberger-Ruf, D).

Pitching >

Pitchers POS  NOTE  IP  ER  BB  SO  HR  ERA 
Zeid  (W, 4-3)  6.0  2.42 
Poe    1.0  0.00 
Simon    1.0  9.88 
Wertz    1.0  2.25 
        10  3.04 

 

 

Solbach pitched to 5 batters in the 5th.

WP: Wertz.
HBP: Ruf, D (by Solbach), Murillo (by Solbach), Mack, D (by Zeid).
Groundouts-flyouts: Richardson, M 1-3, Solbach 0-2, Bailey 4-2, Watkins, B 0-1, Zeid 7-6, Poe 3-0, Simon 0-2, Wertz 1-1.
Batters faced: Richardson, M 17, Solbach 18, Bailey 10, Watkins, B 4, Zeid 24, Poe 3, Simon 8, Wertz 4.
Inherited runners-scored: Solbach 1-1, Bailey 3-3.
Umpires: HP: Joe Muenzer. 1B: Chris Nguyen. 2B: . 3B: .
Weather: 84 degrees, partly cloudy.
Wind: 12 mph, Out to CF.
T: 2:53.
Att: 4,293.

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One response to “CROSSCUTTERS BLOW OUT BOMBERS

  1. I can’t help but laugh!

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