Huntsville Headlines 38.014: Montreal Series Recap

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Huntsville Headlines 38.014: Montreal Series Recap

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Huntsville Phantoms at Montreal Blazers
August 29, 2038

Huntsville rode a good starting effort from Alejandro Soto and some timely hitting from second baseman Leyli Yelanian to a 5-2 win over Montreal Sunday evening at Le Palais.

Soto went 7 innings, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits with 6 strikeouts and no walks to pick up his eighth win against 11 losses.

Yelanian, meanwhile, helped the Phantoms jump on top early by mashing a Vicente López knuckle curve over the right field fence for a two-run homer in the top of the 3rd inning. The blow was Yelanian’s 16th home run of the season.

Score: Huntsville 5, Montreal 2
WP: Alejandro Soto PQS: 4
LP: Vicente López PQS: 0
SV: Esteban Velásquez PQR: 5
Player of the Game: Alejandro Soto
Cliché of the Game: “We’ll grab a cold one tonight and go after another win tomorrow,” Soto said.

Huntsville Phantoms at Montreal Blazers
August 30, 2038

Montreal overcame a 2-0 deficit Monday evening to nip Huntsville 3-2 in the second contest of a three-game set.

Starter Jesús López scattered 5 hits and allowed just 2 runs in his 6 innings of work, striking out 6 and walking no one. The Blazers bullpen locked down the win, allowing just 1 hit over the final three innings, with closer Chris Adkins notching his 32nd save.

Catcher Dave Robertson provided the decisive blow in the 7th inning, blasting a solo home run 408 feet to left center.

Score: Montreal 3, Huntsville 2
WP: Jesús López PQS: 3
LP: Vito Reyes PQS: 2
SV: Chris Adkins PQR: 5
Player of the Game: Jesús López
Cliché of the Game: “Win or lose, we pick each other up in this clubhouse,” said López.

Huntsville Phantoms at Montreal Blazers
August 31, 2038

The Blazers took advantage of a big game at the plate by DH Jody Crawford to down the Huntsville Phantoms 4-2 Tuesday evening at Le Palais.

Crawford went 2-3 with 3 RBIs, including a clutch 2-run double to right off Phantoms starter Juan Nicto to give Montreal the lead in the bottom of the 4th inning.

Ultimately, though, the win proved costly to the Blazers as starter Matt Mills suffered a partially torn labrum in the top of the 4th. Team doctors said he’ll miss 3 to 4 months recovering from the injury.

Score: Montreal 4, Huntsville 2
WP: Alberto Deleón PQR: 3
LP: Juan Nicto PQS: 1
Player of the Game: Jody Crawford
Cliché of the Game: “It was just a matter of executing,” said Montreal manager Kayne Grandage.

Huntsville Phantoms at Montreal Blazers
September 1, 2038

Montreal exploded for 10 runs against Huntsville pitching on Wednesday to coast to an easy victory, the Blazers’ third in a row.

Center fielder Roberto López keyed the offense with a 2-4 night at the plate, including a home run and a triple while knocking in 2 runs and scoring 3. Left fielder Juan Santana also had a big night, going 3-5 with 2 RBIs and a run scored.

Huntsville starter Manuel Peña was victimized for 7 earned runs on 8 hits and 3 walks as he suffered his 9th loss of the season.

Score: Montreal 10, Huntsville 4
WP: Jermaine Clayton PQS: 2
LP: Manuel Peña PQS: 0
Player of the Game: Roberto López
Cliché of the Game: “We were the better team today, Maybe that won’t be the case next game, but we’ll enjoy it for now,” López told The Montreal Times.

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Re: Huntsville Headlines 38.014: Montreal Series Recap

Post by handaspencer » Fri May 17, 2019 1:22 pm

My apologies for beating you up, maybe next time :P

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Re: Huntsville Headlines 38.014: Montreal Series Recap

Post by HoosierVic » Fri May 17, 2019 2:08 pm

No hard feelings ... well, maybe a bit.

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