Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Gerritse's solid relief helps Scorpions even up their record at .500

Yankees prospect Brett Gerritse pitched a dominant two scoreless innings of relief tonight as the Scorpions won their fourth straight game over who else but the Desert Dogs, 5-1; evening up their seasonal record at 6-6. You may remember me writing that the Scorpions beat the Desert Dogs yesterday 5-1, because they did. The only difference: yesterday's game was in Scottsdale. Today's was in Glendale. 

The only Yankees hitter who played in this one, Peter O'Brien, had an unamazing, but productive game. In 4 at-bats, the catcher/third basemen hit a single and scored a run. When you think about it, that's kinda how every game so far this fall has been for him. But hey, I'll take it. If he was to perform like that at the major league level, I'd give him a high-five. 

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