The Farm Report: 5/31/12

Trenton beat Erie 11-0:
Luke Murton and Kevin Mahoney hit back-to-back singles in the second and Murton scored on a sac fly from Jose Gil.  Addison Maruszak started the third with a single and stole second.  Abraham Almonte drew a walk and Corban Joseph hit into a force out, with Almonte out at second.  Maruszak scored on a ground out from David Adams and Cody Johnson followed with a homer to right, giving Trenton a 4-0 lead.   The Thunder used a double from Mahoney to score another run in the fourth.  Almonte and Joseph hit back-to-back singles int he fifth.  Adams hit into a force out at third.  Luke Murton walked to load the bases.  A passed ball allowed Joseph to score and a single from Gil plated Johnson for a 7-0 lead.  The Thunder scored two more on a homer from Murton in the seventh.  Trenton continued to put away Erie, scoring two runs in the eighth and taking an 11-0 win.  Almonte went 3-4 with a run scored.  Adams went 2-5 with two runs scored, a double and two RBIs.  Murton was 2-3 with a pair of runs scored, a homer, two RBIs and two walks.  Brett Marshall made the start, going six innings and holding the SeaWolves scoreless.  He gave up six hits and a walk, while striking out two.

Tampa is tied 9-9 after 12 innings.

Charleston beat-up Greenville with a 13-2 win:
The RiverDogs scored quickly, as Reymond Nunez singled in the second and Kelvin De Leon drew a walk.  Ali Castillo singled, loading the bases.  A walk to Angelo Gumbs pushed the first run across the plate.  A ground out from Cito Culver plated another run, giving Charleston a 2-0 lead.  Back-to-back doubles from Tyler Austin and Gary Sanchez gave Charleston another run, while Greenville scored their first of the day in the bottom of the inning. Gumbs hit a two run homer in the fourth and Sanchez did the same in the fifth.  It was Dante Bichette’s turn for a two-run shot in the sixth, his first homer of the year.  Austin doubled and moved to third on a wild pitch before Sanchez knocked his second homer of the day.  The RiverDogs plated two more runs in the seventh and took a 13-2 win over the Drive.  Sanchez had another great day, going 3-5 with two runs scored, a double, two homer and five RBIs.  Austin was 2-4 with three runs scored, a pair of doubles and a walk.  Wilton Rodriguez went four innings, giving up one unearned run on two hits, two walks and three Ks.  Brett Gerritse got the win with three innings of work and one run on two hits, two walks and a strikeout.