Grant Nadeau (Cicero, NY/Cicero-North Syracuse) hurled seven shutout innings in the opened, and A.J. Kehlenbeck (Oakfield, NY/Oakfield-Alabama) did a job behind and at the plate as the Tribs tripped Genesee Community College 3-0 and 3-2.
Luis Diaz (Geneva, NY/Geneva) continued his torrid hitting and Shawn Corrigan (Rochester, NY/Rush-Henrietta) silenced the opposing bats to lead the Tribs.
Luis Diaz (Geneva, NY/Geneva) sparked a two-run fifth-inning rally as the Tribunes trimmed Erie Community College 4-3 in the second game of an afternoon doubleheader at Monroe Community College.
Gielow led the fifth inning with an opposite-field single to right. Bobby Frantz (Webster, NY/Webster-Thomas) moved the runner with a sacrifice bunt…
Brownsten will report on February 17th to the Atlanta Braves’ Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando, Florida. Urckfitz heads to the Houston Astros’ facility in Kissimmee, Florida. Redding will spend his spring at Camelback Ranch, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ site in Glendale Arizona.
In twelve seasons at the helm, Bailey’s teams compiled a record of 451-204 winning six Region III championships. His 2007 team advanced to the NJCAA Division II World Series earning him East District Coach of the Year to go with five Region III Coach of the Year awards (1998, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007).
In six appearances with the Peoria Javelinas, Urckfitz is 1-0 with an ERA of 2.25. Opposing batters are hitting .148 against the lefty. Urckfitz has five strike outs to two walks and has tossed five consecutive shut out innings allowing no hits and just one walk. The Javelinas hold a one-game lead in the AFL West with a record of 12-7.
After more than a month break from game action, Urckfitz showed no signs of rust. The third-year pro came on in the fifth inning with his team trailing 5-1 and retired the three batters he faced. The southpaw threw 18 pitches (10 strikes) fanning one.
The Braves chose Brownsten in the 15th round with the 464th pick of the draft and sent the back stop to the Rookie Gulf Coast League. Like every other stop along the way, Brownsten proved himself worthy. This time he needed to show a little patience.
Urckfitz went to the mound Thursday night like he has so many times in the past. This outing, Urckfitz led the Hooks against the Frisco RoughRiders in Texas League action at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas. The left-hander threw 85 pitches (55 for strikes) over five innings in his first start in Double-A.