Saturday night is all right for Baseball

After last night’s loss, the Sea Dogs and Reading Phillies play game three of the their series, all tied at one game apiece. — check out this link, the official website for the Boston Red Sox announcers. This year all the radio broadcasters in the league will be providing interviews for the site. I have a feature on Robert Coello and Dan Hoard (voice of the PawSox) interviews Alan Embree.

Notes for today’s game.

BACK AND FORTH: The Portland Sea Dogs produced 17 baserunners but went 2-for-12 with
 RISP and suffered a 7–5 loss at Reading on Saturday night…The Phillies scored
 the game-winning runs off losing pitcher RHP Bryce Cox in the eighth inning. 
 LF Chih-Hsien Chiang knocked
 in two runs and tied the game with a solo-homer (first in Double-A) to lead-off
 the eighth…1B Lars Anderson and SS
 Yamaico Navarro each had two hits
 for the Sea Dogs, who have homered five times in two days.

YOUR 2010 PORTLAND SEA DOGS: Eastern League rosters consist of 24 players for
 the entire season…Portland has 14 players returning from the 2009 season and
 two players on Boston’s 40-man roster: Thursday night’s starting pitcher LHP Felix Doubront and SS Jose Iglesias…The Sea Dogs have four
 of Boston’s Top 10 prospects according to Baseball America.

Top Prospects on Portland's roster according to Baseball America: Casey Kelly # 2, Lars Anderson # 4, Ryan Kalish # 5, Iglesias # 9, Yamaico Navarro # 12, Stephen Fife # 17, Felix Doubront # 18, Che-Hsuan Lin # 20, Luis Exposito # 24, and Kyle Weiland # 26.

yielded four runs on over 5 IP last night but matched a
 career-high in strikeouts with eight…Miller fanned eight last August 26 in
 his first professional start at Binghamton.

and RHP Jason Rice
 made their Double-A debuts in Friday’s game…Portice relieved Doubront in
 the sixth inning and worked two innings to secure a hold…Rice fired a perfect
 ninth inning to preserve the win…Weiland will be making his Double-A debut in
 tonight’s game.

is scheduled to pitch the series opener Monday at New Britain…The
 former 30th overall pick in the 2008 draft split last season as
 pitcher and shortstop…Kelly hit a combined .222 (36-for-162) with 3 homers
 and 16 RBI for Greenville and the GCL Red Sox in 2009…For his career, the
 Florida native hit .219 (64-for-292) with 4 homers in 29 RBI’s…His father, Pat Kelly, played 13 years of pro
 ball, making his Major League debut for the Blue Jays in 1980…His cousin,
 Dustin, played in 25 games with the Sea Dogs in parts of two seasons (2004
 & 2006).

WHAT’S ON DECK: Portland continues their 4-game series with Reading
 tomorrow afternoon beginning at 1:05 PM from First Energy Stadium…The Sea Dogs
 stay on the road Monday by opening up a 3-game series against the Rock Cats (Twins
 affiliate) at New Britain Stadium.

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