7/28/10

Game Notes: - Binghamton

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from press release:
Binghamton Mets (53-51) vs. Portland Sea Dogs (51-52)

AA Affiliate of the Boston Red Sox

LHP Mark Cohoon (1-3, 6.37) vs. RHP Stephen Fife (6-3, 3.73)

Game #105 • Wednesday, July 28, 2010

NYSEG Stadium • Binghamton, NY • 6:35 p.m.

http://www.bmets.com/

 
Upcoming Games and Probable Starters


Thursday, July 29 @Erie 7:05 PM RHP Chris Schwinden (4-6, 5.55) vs. LHP Duane Below (3-10, 5.09)


Friday, July 30 @Erie 7:05 PM LHP Mike Antonini (6-9, 4.07) vs. RHP Anthony Shawler (2-2, 4.07)


Saturday, July 31 @Erie 7:05 PM LHP Robert Carson (0-3, 9.60) vs. RHP Brooks Brown (8-7, 4.07)


Sunday, August 1 @Erie 1:05 PM RHP Josh Stinson (8-1, 3.62) vs. RHP Brayan Villarreal (0-1, 1.32)

 
LAST GAME: Despite digging itself an early 7-2 hole, the BMets


powered their way to seven unanswered runs en route to


a 12-8 triumph over Portland yesterday. Josh Stinson did not


have his best stuff, as he surrendered seven runs on seven


hits over 2.1 innings. However, Zach Lutz helped Binghamton


get back into the game in his first game back after a twomonth


hiatus from the lineup. Lutz cracked a two-run homer


in his first trip to the plate off Alex Wilson. He ended with a 3-4


performance with three runs scored and three RBI. Wilson, on


the other hand, was harassed for nine runs over five-plus


innings to take the loss. Nick Evans tied the game at seven in


the fourth with a two-run double and gave Binghamton the


lead with another two-run double in the sixth. Evans ended


the day with three doubles and four RBI in five trips to the


dish. Dylan Owen earned the win for the B-Mets with 3.2 innings


of terrific relief, limiting the Sea Dogs to just one hit.



STARTING PITCHING MATCHUP: LHP Mark Cohoon will make


his seventh start with the B-Mets tonight. He put up his best


start in Double-A in his last turn through the rotation, July 23


versus Erie when he allowed two runs over 5.1 innings in a


loss. Cohoon is 1-3 with a 6.37 ERA over 29.2 innings. He


opened the season with Savannah and racked up a 7-1 mark


and a measly 1.30 ERA over 13 starts (90.1 IP). His ERA


paced the South Atlantic League, as did his three shutouts.


Cohoon was a New York-Penn League All-Star last season with


Brooklyn (SS-A) thanks to a 9-2 record and a 2.15 ERA over


92 innings. The Mets drafted him in the 12th round of the


June 2008 draft out of North Central Texas College.



RHP Stephen Fife gets the call for the Sea Dogs in the series


finale tonight. He took the loss in his last start, July 23 versus


Harrisburg, after allowing five runs (four earned) on eight hits


over six innings. Fife is 6-3 with a 3.73 ERA over 99 innings


with Portland. He made 18 starts between Greenville (Low-A)


and Salem (High-A) last season and went 3-5 with a 3.71 ERA


over 87.1 innings combined. Fife was Boston’s fourth-round


pick in the June 2008 draft out of the University of Utah

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