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  • | International League | Triple-A Affiliate, New York Yankees (2007) | PNC Field -- 235 Montage Mountain Road -- Moosic, PA 18507 | (570) 969-2255 | |

    date opponent result July 23 @ Columbus W 11-6 July 24 @ Columbus W 8-2 July 25 @ Columbus W 10-6 July 26 @ Louisville L 4-2 July 27 @ Louisville L 8-1 July 28 @ Louisville L 7-3 July 29 vs. Syracuse W 5-4 July 30 vs. Syracuse W 6-3 July 31 @ Rochester L 6-1 August 1 @ Rochester L 5-3 August 2 vs. Lehigh Valley W 9-6 August 3 vs. Lehigh Valley 6:35 PM August 4 vs. Lehigh Valley 1:05 PM August 6 vs. Charlotte 7:05 PM

    u p c o m i n g s c h e d u l e / r e s u l t s

    r a i l r i d e r s a t a g l a n c e

    2019 regular season: 63-48 GB: +6.0 -- 1st Place, I.L. North Home: 37-17 Away: 26-31

    2019 hitting leaders: AVG: Ryan McBroom .317 HR: Mike Ford 23 RBI: Mike Ford 60 SB Billy Burns/Tyler Wade 11

    2019 pitching leaders: Wins: J.P. Feyereisen 8 ERA: Brody Koerner 3.69 K: Daniel Camarena 84 SV: Joe Harvey 9

    date opponent railriders starter opponent starter Sunday, August 4th vs. Lehigh Valley RHP Adonis Rosa (3-1, 3.94) RHP Ramon Rosso (1-1, 4.63) Tuesday, August 6th vs. Charlotte TBA TBA Wednesday, August 7th vs. Charlotte TBA TBA Thursday, August 8th vs. Charlotte TBA TBA

    u p c o m i n g p i t c h i n g p r o b a b l e s

    MOOSIC, PA (August 2-3, 2019) -- The Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders used a three-run fifth inning and a five-run sixth inning to rally from an early four-run deficit and top the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, 9-6, Friday night at PNC Field. After the ‘Pigs scored a run in the top of the sixth to open up a 6-4 lead, the RailRiders answered with five runs in the bottom half to jump ahead 9-6. The first run of the frame came home with the bases loaded when Mandy Alvarez scored on a wild pitch to cut the deficit to a run. Runners remained at second and third for Clint Frazier, who hit a three-run home run to put SWB ahead for good. Two batters later Mike Ford singled and Thairo Estrada doubled to plate the final run of the night as Scranton/Wilkes- Barre sent nine men to the plate.

    The RailRiders used a pair of arms just called up from High-A Tampa on a night where the game entered a 95-minute delay in the top of the third inning. Lehigh Valley scored four runs (three earned runs) off starting pitcher Janson Junk in 2.1 innings before he handed the ball off to his travel partner Daniel Bies. Junk only faced two batters in the top of the third, but with a runner on second and one out, the game was delayed by rain and lightning for one hour and 35 minutes. When play resumed, Daniel Bies came in to pitch and allowed a run to score on a Jose Pirela RBI double. The Gonzaga product- also making his Triple-A debut- tossed three innings and allowed two runs before handing the ball off to David Sosebee in the sixth inning.

    l a s t t i m e o u t . . .

    b r o a d c a s t / m e d i a i n f o r m a t i o n Radio: 1400 AM 1340 AM 1440 AM 106.7 FM 100.7 FM Internet: TuneIn App (Search: “SWB RailRiders”) Television: Radio Twitter: Adam Marco (@amarco_16) Adam Giardino (@adamgiardino)

    1st inning: Grand slam, Gleyber Torres G. Torres: 1-3, HR (21), R, 4 RBI, BB DJ LeMahieu: 2-4, 2B (24), R -- .334 AVG James Paxton: 6.0 IP, 2 H, 2R/2ER, 6 K A. Chapman: 1.0 IP, 0H, 0R -- Save (28)

    a r o u n d t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n

    Scoreless game into the 7th inning Nick Nelson: 6.0 IP, 4 H, 0R, 4 K *Last 6G: 31.1 IP, 4 ER (1.15 ERA), 40 K Rashad Crawford: 3-4, R -- .265 AVG Daniel Alvarez: 1.0 IP, 0R -- Save (15)

    Hadn’t played a game since Tuesday Wilkerman Garcia: 3-4, 2B (2), RBI Glen Otto: 3.1 IP, 3 H, 0R, 3 K Trevor Stephan: 5.2 IP, 7 H, 0 R Estevan Florial: 1-4, RBI, BB

    Second straight 2-1 win over Hickory Led 2-0 after three innings Oliver Dunn: 2-4 -- .242 AVG Brandon Lockridge: 1-4, HR (12), R, RBI Canaan Smith: 2-3, .325 AVG

    New York Yankees (MLB) W 4-2 vs. Boston Red Sox

    Trenton Thunder (AA) W 2-0 @ Hartford Yard Goats

    Tampa Tarpons (A+) W 2-0 @ Clearwater Threshers

    Charleston RiverDogs(A) W 2-1 vs. Hickory Crawdads

    n e w s & n o t e s

    WADE RETURNS: Tyler Wade officially went to the New York Yankees July 28 - August 2, and has reported back the RailRiders lineup prior to Saturday’s game against the IronPigs. In the only game in which he appeared for the Yankees, he came off the bench for an injured Luke Voit. He cracked a solo homer off Yoan Lopez in the 8th inning a 4-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, which was the first home run of the season in 21G/51 AB with the Yankees and just the second of his MLB career.

    FORD FIESTA: With a couple more shots over the last week, Mike Ford has extended his team lead in home runs to 23 and in RBI to 60. A season ago, the RailRiders had Ford lead the team in RBI with 52, and is looking to eclipse the 70-RBI mark over the last month of the season. The last time a RailRiders batter had more than 70 RBI in a season was seven years ago when Brandon Laird drove in 77 runs, and the year before Jorge Vazquez eclipsed the 80-RBI mark by driving in 93 runs.

    A QUICK PROJECTION: Friday featured a win by the RailRiders (63-48, .568) and a loss by the team closest to them in the IL North standings, the Buffalo Bisons (57-54, .514). Scranton/Wilkes-Barre has 29 games to go in the regular season and holds a 6.0-game lead on the Bisons for first place (the largest lead this season was +8.0 GB June 20 following Game No. 70). That means if the RailRiders were to go 15-14 (.517) the rest of the way, the Bisons would need to go 21-8 (.724) to catch them in the division. However, these two teams play four games over four days at PNC Field to wrap-up the regular season leading into Labor Day.

    MAKING MOVES: With 29 games remaining in the regular season, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders are keeping up their torrid pace... of roster moves. As the calendar turns to August, SWB had made 232 total moves (April, 44 | May, 64 | June, 59 | July, 66) which is far ahead of last season’s pace in which the RailRiders had made 207 total moves through July (April, 36 | May, 53 | June, 43 | July, 76) in a year in which they made 275 roster moves (1.99 moves/game) during the regular season. SWB has now made 242 and is averaging 2.16 moves/game this season and is on pace for 303 roster moves through the end of the year.

    RECORD SETTERS: When Mike Ford blasted a two-run home run clear out of Huntington Park in the sixth inning last Thursday afternoon, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders set the franchise record with 165 HR in the first 103 games of the season (1.60 HR/G), which far exceeds the rate for the 132 HR they hit all of last season (0.96 HR/G) and eclipsed the previous franchise record of 164 HR (1.15 HR/G) over 142 games set by the Scranton/ Wilkes-Barre Red Barons in 1998.

    lehigh valley ironpigs (52-57) @ scranton/wilkes-barre railriders (63-48)

    LHP JoJo Romero (2-2, 8.45) vs. RHP Brody Koerner (4-1, 3.76) | Game No. 112 | PNC Field | Moosic, PA | August 3, 2019 | First Pitch 6:35 p.m. |

    s c r a n t o n / w i l k e s - b a r r e r a i l r i d e r s g a m e n o t e s

    overall head-to-head: 5-8

    date location result April 8 Coca-Cola Park L 5-4 April 9 Coca-Cola Park W 5-1 April 10 Coca-Cola Park L 3-2 April 15 PNC Field W 6-5 (10) April 16 PNC Field PPD (Rain) April 17 PNC Field - Game 1 L 5-3 (7) PNC Field - Game 2 L 5-3 (7) May 31 PNC Field W 8-0 June 1 PNC Field W 7-4 June 2 PNC Field L 6-5 June 28 Coca-Cola Park L 4-3 June 29 Coca-Cola Park L 12-3 June 30 Coca-Cola Park L 10-7 August 2 PNC Field W 9-6 August 3 PNC Field 6:35 PM August 4 PNC Field 1:05 PM August 23 Coca-Cola Park 7:05 PM August 24 Coca-Cola Park 6:35 PM August 25 Coca-Cola Park 1:35 PM 2018 results: SWB RailRiders, 11-9 all-time series: RailRiders Lead 98-83

    2019 vs. lehigh valley

  • | International League | Triple-A Affiliate, New York Yankees (2007) | PNC Field -- 235 Montage Mountain Road -- Moosic, PA 18507 | (570) 969-2255 | |

    railriders starting pitcher

    2018: Placed on RailRiders Opening Day roster... Pitched five-plus innings in 2018 season debut on 4/10 vs. Lehigh Valley, allowing two runs on three hits with two strikeouts... Earned relief win on 4/15 @ Charlotte, pitching four innings with four strikeouts... Transferred to Double-A Trenton 5/21 after 7G/4GS with SWB RailRiders: 1-2, 5.85 ERA, 32.1 IP, 32 H (.256 BAA), 8 BB (1.24 WHIP), 16 K (4.5 K/9)... Transferred back to Triple-A SWB RailRiders 7/1... Stint with Trenton (5/21 - 7/1): 7G/2GS, 1-0, 3.93 ERA, 18.1 IP, 19 H (.268 BAA), 6 BB (1.36 WHIP), 16 K (7.9 K/9)...

    2017: Combined with Single-A Tampa and Double-A Trenton to go 10-4 with a 3.52 ERA (107.1 IP, 116 H, 44 R (42 ER), 29 BB, 71 K, 9 HR) in 18 starts… recorded a 24.0 inning scoreless streak from 6/21-7/9… started the season with Tampa, going 4-1 with a 2.45 ERA (36.2 IP, 32 H, 12 R (10 ER), 9 BB, 26 K, 2 HR) in six starts… was promoted to Trenton on 7/3 and was named the Eastern League Pitcher of the Week in his first week (7/3-9) after tossing 13.1 scoreless innings over two starts (13 H, 1 BB, 7 K, 1 HP)… in 12 starts with Trenton, went 6-3 with a 4.08 ERA (70.2 IP 84 H, 32 ER, 20 BB, 45K, 7 HR).

    PERSONAL: Graduated from Clemson in 2015 with a degree in accounting and was a two-time ACC Academic Honor Roll member… Pitched three seasons for the Tigers (2013-15) and was 5-7 with a 7.00 ERA (97.2 IP, 76 ER) in 31G/19GS… Graduated in 2012 from Jay M. Robinson H.S. (N.C.), where he lettered three years in base


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