September 2010

Thank You

With just a handful games left in the season, I want to take time for some very well deserved thanks. First and foremost, thank you Mike. You’ve given me an amazing opportunity, and one I’ll always be thankful for. I’d also like to thank Media Relations head Chris Cameron, Media Relations Assistant Greg Cavanaugh, and DJ Abisalih. I’ve worked with these three men on a daily basis, and I’ve learned from all of them.

I’d also like to thank the rest of the 2010 season interns, front office staff, ushers, and part-time staff members. There’s so much that goes on behind the scenes at Hadlock, and these people do an amazing job.

Mike told me that the season flies by, and it’s only know that I can really understand how quickly it goes. I can’t thank everyone enough for the chance to do this.

-Matthew McLaughlin 

The Final Four

Pitching Match-Ups for the Final Series of the Season

The Sea Dogs start their last series of the season, going up against New England rivals the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. Here are the pitching match-ups for the final four.

Friday, September 3rd
Kyle Weiland (5-9, 4.60) v Zach Stewart (8-3, 3.71)

Weiland enters the game with a team-leading 115 strikeouts through 123.1 innings pitched. Stewart’s last appearance was against the Sea Dogs on August 29th, where he only lasted three innings.

Saturday, September 4th
Jeremy Khert (2-11, 5.27) v Randy Boone (5-9 3.81)

Khert lasted 4.2 innings in his last outing against Binghamton. He had gone six innings in his four previous starts. Boone won his last start, going seven innings and striking out six against Harrisburg.

Sunday, September 5th
Stephen Fife (7-6 4.50) v Clint Everts (1-0, 4.25)

Fife went six innings and struck out in his last start, a victory over Binghamton. Everts went six innings, allowing only four hits in his last start against Harrisburg.

Monday, September 6th
Alex Wilson (3-5, 6.63) v BJ LaMura (5-6, 3.72)

Wilson lost his last time out, going three innings and striking out three against Binghamton. LaMura went six innings and struck out five in his last start, a no decision versus Harrisburg.  He has not had a win since July 31st.