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'Pigs Edge Wings in 10

June 29, 2018 - International League (IL) - Rochester Red Wings News Release


The Rochester Red Wings dropped a 2-1 contest in 10 innings to the Lehigh Valley IronPigs Friday night at Frontier Field. The series continues with a 7:05 p.m. game Saturday (gates open early at 5:30 p.m.), with fireworks after the game.

The IronPigs threatened in the top half of the first with the bases loaded after three walks given up by Red Wings starting pitcher, Stephen Gonsalves. Gonsalves worked out of the jam ending the inning with a pop-out.

The Red Wings threatened in the bottom of the first after a lead-off double by Byron Buxton against IronPigs starting pitcher, Ranger Suarez. Suarez worked out of the inning, stranding Buxton.

The IronPigs scored first in the top of the second after an RBI single from Mitch Walding, making the score 1-0.

The Wings threatened again with the bases loaded in the bottom of the second with one out. Suarez set down the next two batters to end the inning.

The Wings tied the game 1-1 in the bottom of fourth after an RBI single from Gregorio Petit, scoring Chris Carter.

Suarez was replaced with two outs in the bottom of the fifth by Jake Thompson. Suarez finished with 4.2 innings thrown, allowed eight hits, one earned run, two walks and had six strikeouts. Suarez threw 83 pitches, 58 for strikes.

Gonsalves was replaced by Tyler Duffey in the top of the sixth inning. Gonsalves finished with 5.0 innings thrown, allowed three hits, one earned run, five walks and had seven strikeouts. Gonsalves threw 94 pitches, 56 for strikes.

Tom Windle replaced Thompson in the bottom of the eighth inning. Thompson finished with 2.1 innings thrown, allowed two walks and had one strikeout.

Jake Reed replaced Duffey in the top of the ninth inning. Duffey finished with 3.0 innings thrown with five strikeouts.

The IronPigs scored in the top of the tenth inning on a sacrifice fly by Adron Chambers, making the score 2-1.

The Wings had their scoring chance in the bottom of the 10th inning, but Zack Granite was thrown out at home trying to score on a bunt attempt by Nick Gordon.

The Red Wings pitching staff struck out 15 batters.

The Red Wings out-hit the IronPigs 9 to3, with every batter but Gordon getting at least one hit.

Buxton was 1-for-5 with a double, and Jorge Polanco was 1-for-3 with a walk as part of major league rehab assignments.

Winning pitcher: Windle (6-2)

Losing pitcher: Reed (0-2)

Save: Beato (22)

Box Score: Click here for the box score and play-by-play narrative.

NOTES: Roster Moves: Willians Astudillo had his contract selected by Minnesota...C Jordan Pacheco was placed on the disabled list.

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THIS DAY IN RED WINGS HISTORY

1984- Red Wing manager Tom Verdi reversed the team's line up from top to bottom and the Wings responded with an 8-1 victory over the Pawtucket Red Sox. The effort was led by a lead off by (formerly no. 9) hitter Bob Bonner, who went 4-4.

THIS DAY IN INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE HISTORY

2005 - One of the most prolific base stealers in IL history is on top of his game when the Richmond Braves visit Columbus on June 29. Esix Snead goes 4-5 and steals four bases, sparking the Braves to a 5-4 victory at Cooper Stadium. Clippers' backstop Wil Nieves is no match for Snead's speed on this night, as the Richmond center fielder swipes second base once and third base three times. Snead would finish his third season in the International League with 46 steals and his third consecutive stolen base title. Snead also swiped 61 bases in 2003 and 40 bases in 2004, both as a member of the Norfolk Tides.

BORN ON THIS DAY

1939- Robert Evans (American Director), 1947- Richard Lewis (American Comedian), 1970- Troy Dayton (NFL Tight End)

IT HAPPENED THIS DAY

1916- The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds played a nine-inning game with just one baseball.

1941- Joe DiMaggio singles against Washington knuckleballer Dutch Leonard in the sixth inning in the first game of a doubleheader to tie George Sisler's A.L. consecutive-game hit record of forty-one (41). In the nightcap he collects a seventh-inning single off of Walt Masterson to set the record at forty-two (42) games.

1984- Pete Rose plays in his 3,309th major-league game, surpassing Carl Yastrzemski as the all-time leader. Rose goes 0-for-5, but Montreal beats Cincinnati 7-3.

NUMBER ONE SONG ON THIS DAY

1972- Neil Diamond - "Song Sung Blue", 1985- Bryan Adams - "Heaven", 1990- New Kids On The Block - "Step by Step"


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