Erie SeaWolves in-game blog: Sunday

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9th inning: Ryan Robowski shut the door to get his second win of the season. Erie evens the series at two games each with a 6-5 win.

8th inning: More clutch hitting and Erie takes a 6-5 lead. Steven Moya leads off with a deep triple to center, the deepest part of the ballpark. Aaron Westlake then walks before Dean Green singles in a run to tie the game. With Westlake on third, a grounder to third by Corey Jones is thrown home. Westlake ducks a tag in the rundown and everyone is safe. Dixon Machado then singles in a run, his third hit of the game. Erie 6, Altoona 5

Ryan Robowski comes in and allows a leadoff single, but that’s it for Altoona.

7th inning: Erie cuts into the Altoona lead as Jamie Johnson delivers an RBI double and Devon Travis brings in another with a sac fly to right. Altoona 5, Erie 4

Altoona loads the bases with a base hit from Alen Hanson and two walks, but two strikeouts end the inning.

6th inning: Ramon Cabrera leads off with a base hit to left, but three straight flyouts ends the inning. Altoona 5, Erie 2

Altoona scores three times to take a 5-2 lead. Mel Rojas doubles to left before Stetson Allie crushed his second home run to deep left-center. Andy Vasquez walks to chase Tommy Collier before back-to-back singles from Willy Garcia and Drew Maggi to give Altoona a 5-2 lead.

5th inning: Erie ties up the game with timely hitting. Corey Jones singles with one out and Dixon Machado gets his first Double-A single to put runners on first and second. Jamie Johnson then walks the bases loaded before Devon Travis brings in run with a groundout. Erie 2, Altoona 2

A quick 1-2-3 inning for Tommy Collier.

4th inning: 1-2-3 inning for Adrian Sampson. Altoona 2, Erie 1

Stetson Allie hammers a pitch for a solo home run way over the centerfield wall and Altoona leads 2-1.

3rd inning: Altoona ties the game after Tommy Collier walks into trouble. After a Drew Maggi base hit, Kawika Emsley-Pai walks but not before Maggi was picked off. Gift Ngoepe grounded out to second and Alen Hanson drew a walk. Mel Rojas then singled in a run with two outs and is then caught stealing as Altoona tried a delayed double steal. Erie 1, Altoona 1

2nd inning: Erie takes a 1-0 lead after Steven Moya hits an opposite-field double off the left field wall. Aaron Westlake follows with an RBI single to left-center. Corey Jones then connected on a hit and run to put runners on first and third before Dixon Machado grounded out to third. Moya is 6 for his last 6. Erie 1, Altoona 0

Andy Vasquez with a two-out single, steals second and goes to third as the throw to second goes into center. He is stranded through as Tommy Collier has pitched well so far.

1st inning: Jamie Johnson singles to center but he is erased in a 5-4-3 DP.

Tommy Collier with a quick 1-2-3 inning.

Tommy Collier

Tommy Collier

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Adrian Sampson

Altoona Curve (20-28) at Erie SeaWolves (19-28)
1:35 p.m., Jerry Uht Park

Starting pitchers
Altoona RH Adrian Sampson (3-3, 3.06) vs. Erie RH Tommy Collier (1-5, 7.78)

Starting lineups
Altoona – 2B Gift Ngoepe (.253), SS Alen Hanson (.263), CF Mel Rojas (.299), DH Matt Curry (.268), 1B Stetson Allie (.219), LF Andy Vasquez (.282), RF Willy Garcia (.228), 3B Drew Maggi (.313), C Kawika Emsley-Pai (.000)
Erie – CF Jamie Johnson (.222), 2B Devon Travis (.143), LF Jason Krizan (.261), C Ramon Cabrera (.294), RF Steven Moya (.255), 1B Aaron Westlake (.239), DH Dean Green (.261), 3B Corey Jones (.234), SS Dixon Machado (.000)

Rest of the series
Monday: Altoona RH Nick Kingham (1-5, 3.06) vs. Erie RH Warwick Saupold (2-5, 6.26)

Around the Eastern League
Portland at New Hampshire, 1:35 p.m.
Trenton at Richmond, 1:35 p.m.
Reading at Akron, 2:05 p.m.
Bowie at Harrisburg, 6:30 p.m.
New Britain at Binghamton, 6:35 p.m.

Saturday scores
Altoona 2, Erie 0
Erie 7, Altoona 6, 8 innings
Harrisburg 8, Bowie 5
Trenton 4, Richmond 2
Reading 3, Akron 2, 12 innings
Binghamton 8, New Britain 6
Portland 18, New Hampshire 0

–Tom Reisenweber

 

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