Loons Beat Silverhawks; Cody White PromotedJune 24, 2007 - Midwest League (MWL) - Great Lakes Loons
At the end of the ballgame, Loons manager Lance Parrish announced that White was promoted by the Los Angeles Dodgers to their High-A team, the Inland Empire 66ers. In the month of June, White went 4-0 with a 0.72 ERA while striking out 19 batters in 25 innings of work.
White tied his season high with eight innings of work in his final start with the Loons. The southpaw only allowed four hits and struck out five Silverhawks. Thomas Melgarejo came on in relief to work a perfect ninth inning to earn his first save of the season, and the first of his professional career.
With the score tied in the seventh, Loons shortstop Francisco Lizarraga doubled down the right field line to open the inning. With two outs in the frame, first baseman David Sutherland grounded an RBI-single up the middle to give the Loons a lead they would never relinquish at 2-1.
The Loons pick up their first win of the second half of the 2007 season and improve their second half record to 1-3. The Silverhawks fell to 3-1.
The Loons hit the road for a four-game set with the Fort Wayne Wizards beginning Monday night. Game time is set for 7:00pm and is available in Mid-Michigan on 100.9 WYLZ or online at Loons.com.
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