Portland Sea Dogs (12-24) at Trenton Thunder (21-18)

Friday, May 20, 2011 at 7:05 PM · Waterfront Park · Trenton, NJ

RHP Alex Wilson (4-2, 3.57) vs. RHP Dellin Betances (2-1, 1.00)

Upcoming Probable Pitching Matchups

5/21 at TRE (7:05 PM) – RHP Brock Huntzinger (2-4, 9.00) vs. RHP Craig Heyer (3-2, 3.03)

5/22 at TRE (1:05 PM) – RHP Stolmy Pimentel (0-5, 6.19) vs. LHP Manny Banuelos (1-0, 2.25)

5/23 vs. NHF (6:00 PM) – RHP Stephen Fife (4-2, 2.57) vs. RHP Zach Stewart (3-2, 4.24)

5/24 vs. NHF (6:00 PM) – RHP Michael Lee (1-3, 4.32) vs. RHP Rey Gonzalez (5-1, 1.42)

                   *Games can be heard on the U.S. Cellular Sea Dogs Radio Network



2011 Record (H/R/OR): 1-1/1-3 (2-4)

2010 Record (H/R/OR): 4-6/4-3 (8-9)

All-Time Record: 147-155

All-Time at Hadlock: 77-71

All-Time at Waterfront Park: 70-74

All-Time Season Series (W/L/S): 6-7-4








Current Streak: L1

Past Series: 1-1

Season Record: 12-24

Standing: 6th, 11.5 GB                                      

Last 5 Games: 1-4

Last 10 Games: 2-8

Last 15 Games: 4-11

Last 20 Games: 5-15

May Record: 4-13

Series Record H/R: 1-1-4/0-6-0

Series Sweeps by Dogs H/R: 0/0

Series Sweeps by Opp. H/R: 0/3

Series Finales H/R: 3-3/1-5

Rubber Games H/R: 0-1/0-1

DH Record W-L-S: 0-1-0

2011 Best Mark: 1-0

2011 Worse Mark: 12-24   

All-Time Record: 1,233-1,205

All-Time at Home: 639-575

All-Time on Road: 594-630

Red Sox Affiliate: 580-583

Transactions (DL): 6 (1)

Players Used: 28

Boles’ Career: 614-581

Boles with Boston Org.: 228-223
Boles with Portland:


Games: 2

Record: 1-1

Average: .356 (26-73)            

Runs-Per-Game: 9.0 (18 total)

Home Runs: 2

RISP: .500 (13-26)
Fielding Errors:

ERA: 6.50 (13 ER/18.0 IP)

SP W-L, ERA: 1-0, 1.80

(2 ER/10.0 IP)

RP W-L, ERA: 0-1-0, 12.38

(11 ER/8.0 IP)

Save Opportunities: 0-for-0

Holds: 0

BACK SO SOON: The Sea Dogs match up with the Trenton Thunder (Yankees affiliate) tonight for the start of a three-game series at Waterfront Park…Portland returns to New Jersey just two weeks after the Sea Dogs and Thunder played a four-game series there…Trenton has won four of the six games played between the two teams this year, including 3 of 4 at Waterfront Park.


TURNABOUT IS FAIR PLAY: After beating the Reading Phillies 14-4 on Tuesday night, the R-Phils turned the tables on the Sea Dogs with a 13-4 win of their own Wednesday night…Reading scored the last eleven runs of the game (all against the bullpen) after trailing 4-2, entering the sixth inning…Matt Rizzotti hit two home runs and drove in four…Ryan Lavarnway had a multi-hit game for Portland, his eighth of the year, including his team-leading seventh home run of the season.

RUDE WELCOME: Cesar Cabral took the loss in his Double-A debut Wednesday…The 22-year old relieved Michael Lee to start the sixth inning, holding a 4-2 lead…Cabral gave up an unearned run in the sixth and four earned runs in the seventh, including a three-run home run to Rizzotti…Prior to coming to Portland, Cabral was a perfect 8-for-8 in save opportunities for the Advanced-A Salem Red Sox.

BULLPEN BLUES: All but two of Reading’s runs Wednesday came against Sea Dogs relievers…Cabral, Santo Luis, and Caleb Clay allowed eleven runs, ten of them earned, over the final four innings…It’s the first time that the bullpen has given up multiple earned runs since May 8 when Clay surrendered three earned runs in a 4-1 loss to New Britain.

HEE’S ON FIRE: Jon Hee is 7-for-17 (.412) over his last four games…Hee also has three of his five multi-hit games this season over that stretch…Additionally, he’s hit two doubles, scored four times, and driven in three runs.

RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY: With Thursday’s postponement, the Sea Dogs have now had six of their twelve series affected by weather this season…The team’s next doubleheader is scheduled for May 28th against Trenton at Hadlock Field…Yesterday’s game will be made up on August 17th at Reading.


WHAT’S ON DECK: The Sea Dogs continue their three-game series with the Thunder tomorrow night at 7:05 PM…The series wraps up Sunday afternoon with a 1:35 PM first pitch…Portland then returns home for the longest homestand of the year with nine games in eight days against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Blue Jays affiliate) and the Thunder, which will wrap up a stretch of eleven home games over fourteen days.

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