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Report from the Fort Day 1 (Afternoon Edition)

Today I traveled down to Sarasota, Florida to watch the Sea Dogs take on the Bowie Baysox.  Baltimore’s minor league complex is separate from the big-league complex, so I was unable to get any updates on the Major League game.

That's Joe Flacco's brother Mike.

That’s Joe Flacco’s brother Mike.

Final Line score
                          R    H   E
Portland       2     9    3
Bowie             5     9    2

Boxscore for Portland

Meneses SS/2B  (0-3, BB)
Coyle  2B (2-for3, 2 1B, SB, RS)
De La Cruz RF (1-3, 1B)
Vitek 3B (1-4, 1B)
Jacobs LF (0-1, HB, BB)
LeBlanc LF (0-2)
Wilkerson CF (1-2, 1B, SB, RS)
Johnson CF (0-2)
Almanzar 1B (0-2)
Hedman 1B (0-2)
Flacco DH (2-for-4, RBI, 2 1B, 2 K)
Blair C (0-2)
Escobar (0-2)
Natoli EH/SS (1-2, 1B, BB)

Pitching
Kyle Kaminska 4.2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, ER, 0 BB, 2 SO
Nefi Ogando 1.1 IP, 0 H, BB
Charle Rosario IP, BB, 2 SO
Kyle Kraus IP, 3 H, 2 R, 2 ER
Robby Scott IP, H

Quick hits from today….

  • I thought this was baseball? Two football connections in Sarasota – Bowie’s John Ruettiger (Rudy’s nephew) playing for Bowie…Michael Flacco (Joe’s brother) for Portland
  • Former Sea Dogs Jeff Corsaletti surprised me with a guest appearance…Corsaletti is an assistant coach for an area Sarasota High School Baseball team…They were getting set to play after the minor league games.
  • Former Sea Dogs in the Baltimore system who were in appearance: Manny Delcarmen, Luis Exposito, Miguel Gonzalez  and Yamaico Navarro.
  • During Spring Training, most of the Triple-A coaching staff is assisting in the big leagues…Portland’s coaching staff worked the Pawtucket game, while the Salem staff worked the Portland contest.
  • I had a chance to chat with these former Sea Dogs: Bryce Brentz, Ryan Dent, Derik Gibson, Alex Hassan, Jeremy Hazelbaker, Alex Wilson and Steven Wright.
  • On Tuesday Matt Barnes starts for Portland against New Britain at Boston’s complex.
Kolbrin Vitek (pictured right) is feeling healthy after back issues in 2012.

Kolbrin Vitek (pictured right) is feeling healthy after back issues in 2012.

Getting excited? Sea Dogs news and notes

I know these days are tough, the snow falling outside around New England puts a damper on thinking of baseball actually happening soon.  As we’ve seen in the past, the snow can melt quickly. But don’t quote me on that!

The Sea Dogs open up their 20th season on April 4th against the Trenton Thunder (Yankees affiliate)…For those who aren’t up-to-date on our lovely technology, you can order tickets online.

  • Charles Johnson coming to Hadlock Field…breakdown of the events here
  • Sea Dogs Hosting College Fair on April 23rd
  • Bogaerts, Bradley knocking on big league door – redsox.com news

Former Sea Dogs in the World Baseball Classic

Close but no cigar for Baltimore last year...Miguel Gonzalez (pictured right) shined in his MLB debut.

Close but no cigar for Baltimore last year…Miguel Gonzalez (pictured right) shined in his MLB debut.

  1. Mitch Dening (Australia)
  2. Ray Chang (China)
  3. Che-Hsuan Lin (Chinese-Taipei)
  4. Hanley Ramirez (Dominican Republic)
  5. Anthony Rizzo (Italy)
  6. Miguel Gonzalez (Mexico)
  7. Luis Mendoza (Mexico)
  8. Adrian Gonzalez (Mexico)
  9. Rick Renteria MGR. (Mexico)
  10. Xander Bogaerts (Netherlands)
  11. Anibal Sanchez (Venezuela)

Listen to my interview on the Minor League report with my baseball buddies Jay Burnham and Mike Passanissi

Enjoy the weekend! There’s plenty of baseball to watch.

 

 

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