Tuesday, July 17, 2007

More wins than losses, but not in San Diego

The Mets lost. San Diego, 5, New York, 1.

New Orleans won. Philip Humber notched his tenth win, beating Nashville 4-1. Humber didn't give up his only run until the eighth as he limited the Sounds to four hits in 7.2 innings. More amazing, for someone hitting below .200, Humber got two hits, one a double, in three at bats, as many as any other Zephyr, to raise his average to .167.

Binghamton won. Starter Michael Devaney picked up his fourth win. Only three more wins to go to even his record at .500, that is, if he doesn't lose any in between. In six innings Devaney held the Trenton Yankees to one hit and no runs.

Brooklyn won. Of the Cyclones three pitchers, number two David Koons pitched the best. He limited State College to three hits and no runs over four innings to raise his record to 4-1. Stephen Clyne pitched the final two: two hits, no runs, 1.80 ERA, fifth save.

St. Lucie won. Lead-off batter Sean Henry got three hits and a walk in five at bats to raise his average to a point below .300.

Savannah got clobbered, 12-4.

The GCL Mets lost.

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