Game 1; Tanaka vs Bumgarner; Browns score one run in 2nd, 3rd and 5th innings, Bees score 2 runs in 2nd, 1 run in 3rd and 2 runs in 6th to lead 5-3, Browns tie game in 8th and lead off the 12th with a solo HR by Ramirez and hold off Bees. Browns 6/11/1 Bees 5/8/0
Game 2; Cueto vs Syndergaard; Browns score 1 run in first on a 2 out single by Reddick, Bees get a 2 our 2 run HR by Pederson in 6th and sure enough Browns come back to score twice in the top of the 9th for a Browns win.
Browns 3/10/0 Bees 2/6/0
Game 3; Lester vs McCullers; Bees score in first on a double by Leon, Browns score 2 runs in 3rd on a two out walk to Maybin followed by a HR by Seager, Bees tie game in bottom of 3rd, Browns put the Bees down for good with runs in 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th for a 8-2 Browns sweep. Browns 8/10/1 Bees 2/8/0
Bees at 32-43
The Juggernauts came downtown to take on the Browns Saturday night.
Game 1: Lester v Sabathia. Browns get a 3-hit shut out from Lester who walked 2 and struck out 11.They scored 3 runs in the 2nd and 2 in the 3rd including 2-run homers from Guyer and Rameriz. Browns 5/7/0 Juggs 0/3/0
Game 2: Hill v Moore: The Juggs get a solo shot from K. Davis in the 2nd to take an early lead. The Browns get an unearned run in the bottom of the 2nd to tie it up, but leave the bases loaded. They would break it open in the 3rd by scoring 4 while batting around. Hill improved to 9-0 as the Browns reached .500. Browns 6/12/1 Juggs 1/3/2
Game 3: Paxton v Tillman: The Juggs got to Paxton in the 1st for 2 runs but left runners on 1st & 2nd. The Sharts got 1 back in the 2nd on an RBI single from Calhoun. They got 3 runs the 6th and 5 in the 7th to earn the sweep. Browns 9/10/1 Juggs 2/6/2
The Browns travel to Hustontown tomorrow to take on the Lymebees and will face the Lemonheads on Wednesday before looking to finish out the season against The Plague sometime in the next few weeks.
Game 1: Hill v Gausman. The Browns get all their offense in the first 3 innings, but it would be enough. They score 4 in the first with homers from Dozier and Abreu, add two in the 2nd with solo shots from Perez and Seager and sore a 7th run on a Maybin RBI double in the 3rd. The Eliminators had 9 hits but only managed 2 runs off Hill and 2 relievers. Browns 7/10/0 Eliminators 2/9/0
Game 2: Tanaka v Hernandez. The Elims jump on the board first when Herrrera singles to lead off the game, steals 2nd, moves to 3rd on a FC and scores on a Freeman Sac Fly. The Sharts sent 9 men to the plate while scoring 4 runs in the 3rd inning with a little help from a Hernandez error. A Lucroy RBI single in the top of the 4th cut the lead to 4-2 and the Elims tied it up in the 6th when Freeman led off with a double and Donaldson homered to chase Tanaka. The Browns loaded the bases in the 7th, but pinch hitter Dexter Fowler K’d to keep it tied. It stayed tied until the bottom of the 10th when Ramirez led off with a double, moved to 3rd on a FC and scored on Fowler’s single to win it for Shartlesville. Browns 5/9/1 Eliminators 4/6/1
Game 3: Lester v Sale. Once again the Eliminators struck first as Segura reached via a 2-base E3 leading off the game. He came in to score on an E9 in the next at bat as the Elims got a run without a hit in the 1st. A Calhoun second column homer tied it at 1 in the bottom of the 3rd and the Browns pushed in front with an unearned run of their own in the 4th. The Elims got their first hit off Lester in the 5th when former Brown HanRam hit a solo shot to tie it up at 2. But the Browns went right back in front 3-2 in the bottom of the 5th when Sean Rodriguez touched ‘em all. Dozier would add an insurance solo homer in the 8th and Donnie Hart and Brad Ziegler worked perfect 8th and 9th to secure the sweep for the Sharts. Browns 4/8/2 Eliminators 2/1/1
The Browns may have used up all the offense left in our dice for the whole season slashing .273/.324/.566 for the series.
For the first time in Browns History we led off all 3 games of a series with a hit. Although only 1 scored.
The Browns are now 10-15 in games started by a LHP, 27-23 in games started by a RHP, 2-3 in extras and 11-14 in 1-run games. 4 of the Sharts 5 extra inning games have come against the Eliminators.
The Browns are currently scheduled to take on the Stars on 10/15 and the Bees on 10/22 but will look to potentially play on Saturday the 14th as well.
The Brown headed north to take on the Arrogant Bastards last night.
Game 1: Lester v Santana. The AB’s got 2-out baserunners in the 1st, 3rd and 5th off Lester, but couldn’t deliver the next big hit. Meanwhile the Sharts got lead off hits in the 1st, 3rd and 7th but likewise couldn’t deliver a run. Big Papi led off the bottom of the 7th with a double and was lifted for a pinch runner in Dee Gordon. But 3 successive flyballs to the outfield failed to advance Gordon even one base. Still scoreless in the top of the 9th, Maybin reached on an E4 and Seager doubled to make it 2nd & 3rd with no out. Ramirez then hit a ball to center and both runners tagged. Seager was thrown out at 3rd but Maybin scored what would be the only run of the game. Zeigler Worked a 1-2-3 9th for the save. Browns 1/4/0 AB’s 0/3/1
Game 2: Rodon v Hamels. The Slug-Fest of the series. The Brown scored 4 runs on 7 hits including 3 homers (Calhoun, Reyes & Belt) and were still crushed by the AB’s thanks to homers from Trout, Gattis, Andrus and Piscotty. AB’s 9/9/0 Browns 4/7/0
Game 3: Cueto v Scherzer. The Browns opened the scoring with a Seager solo shot in the 1st. The AB’s came right back with a 2 run job from Papi in the bottom half. The Browns drew even in the 3rd when Ramirez worked a 2-out walk and Dozier doubled him home. In the home half of the 7th back-to-back singles to open the frame chased Cueto. With 1st & 3rd and no outs, pinch-hitter Saladino hit one to RF to score Pillar and break the deadlock, the roll needed to get him at home was 54, so naturally I rolled 53. The Browns gave it a shot in the 9th against Britton when Abreu smacked a 2-out double, but again we couldn’t get the next big hit as Belt k’d with the tying run in scoring position. AB’s 3/7/0 Browns 2/3/0
Next up for the Sharts is a Trip to Hustontown to take on the Bees on 10/22, but we will try to play at lest 2 other series before then.
Game 1: Rodon v Verlander: The Wahoos score 4 times despite only getting 3 hits. That’ll happen when you draw 8 walks. The Browns drew close with a Ramirez solo job in the 9th but fell 4-3.
Game 2: Miranda v. Porcello. The Browns tally 10 hits for the first time in a long time including 7 extra base hits, one of which was a Salvy Perez triple! The Browns win 9-4.
Game 3. Tanaka v Kluber. The Sharts score 3 in the 1st and 1 in the 2nd and hold on for a 4-3 win.
Next up for Shartlesville is a visit to the Bastards on Wednesday.