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  1. Here are all the O's AFL stats in one place: http://mlb.mlb.com/milb/stats/org.jsp?id=bal&y=2019
  2. I appreciate the opportunity both you and @Tony-OH gave me to do this. I really enjoyed doing it and hope to continue in 2020 and beyond.
  3. Thanks for reading. I'm glad you appreciate the effort, It was certainly a labor of love and one I hope to continue next season and beyond.
  4. Trenton Wins Eastern League, 5-2 Baysox homer twice in Game 4. BOWIE, Md. – The Trenton Thunder became the 2019 champions with a 5-2 win over the Bowie Baysox in front of 2,413 at Prince George's Stadium in Game 4 of the Eastern League Championship Series Friday night. Identical to Game 3, the Thunder struck first with a leadoff solo home run in the second inning--this one down the left field line off the bat of Kellin Deglan. Rashad Crawford flared a RBI single, while Zach Zehner sent a ground-rule double to right field to drive in some early insurance runs and give the guests a 3-0 lead. Chris Gittens homered for the second straight game leading off the third inning, extending the advantage to 4-0. The Baysox bats got going a few innings later, cracking the scoreboard in the sixth inning. Cedric Mullins launched a two-out solo home run to right-center field off rehabbing Yankees reliever Dellin Betances to break up the no-hit bid started by Rony Garcia. Bowie’s offense ended their final at-bats on a high note, with Anderson Feliz taking Daniel Alvarez deep to left field for an opposite-field solo home run in the ninth inning. Defensively, the Bowie bullpen kept the squad in the contest after Trenton got to starter Tyler Herb. Tayler Scott, Luis Gonzalez, Diogenes Almengo and Cristian Alvarado combined to allow two runs in the final seven innings. The pitching staff as a unit struck out 13 Thunder batters. The Baysox return for the 2020 season on Thursday, April 9, when they host the Richmond Flying Squirrels—Double-A Affiliate of the San Francisco Giants—in both the home and the season opener at Prince George’s Stadium.
  5. ELCS Game 4 Summary: https://www.orioleshangout.com/2019/09/14/minor-league-playoff-game-summary-9-13-2019/
  6. Thunder Steal 2-1 Decision Baysox face win-or-go-home scenario Friday night. BOWIE, Md. – The Trenton Thunder took a 2-1 series lead over the Bowie Baysox with a 2-1 victory in front of 2,104 at Prince George's Stadium in Game 3 of the Eastern League Championship Series Thursday night. Chris Gittens led off the second inning with a solo home run to right-center field, but the Baysox battled back to tie the game with a run in the fifth inning. Cedric Mullins lined his and the team's second hit of the game to right field to plate T.J. Nichting, who drew a walk off Trenton starter Clarke Schmidt. After loading the bases to lead off the seventh inning, Hoy Jun Park stole home plate with two outs to give the guests another one-run lead. Alex Wells tossed a gem in his second Double-A postseason start, recording three innings with nine pitches or less. The lefty allowed two runs on six scattered hits while striking out eight batters in seven innings. In his final start of the season, Wells tossed just 21 of his 90 total pitches outside of the zone. Steven Klimek retired all six batters faced in the final two innings. Facing elimination, the Baysox send RHP Tyler Herb to the mound in Game Four, which begins at 7:05 p.m. from Maryland, with Trenton’s starter to be determined.
  7. ELCS Game 3 Summary: http://www.orioleshangout.com/2019/09/12/minor-league-playoff-game-summary-9-12-2019/
  8. Trenton, NJ -- The Bowie Baysox evened the Eastern League Championship Series with a 7-2 win over the Trenton Thunder on Wednesday night. The Baysox victory tied the best-of-five-series at one game apiece. Trenton took the early advantage, scoring a run in the bottom of the first inning. Kellin Deglan drove in Ben Ruta with two outs, but Baysox right fielder T.J. Nichting threw a runner out at third on the play to end the frame. Bowie starter Cody Sedlock did not allow another run on the night. In his first appearance of the 2019 postseason, Sedlock went 5.0 innings on the night and had a stretch of nine in a row retired between the second and fourth innings. The Baysox got on the board in the top of the third against Luis Severino, who was making an MLB rehab start for Trenton. Nichting led off the inning with a double, and two batters later was singled home by Cedric Mullins. After a flyout, Yusniel Diaz tripled to score Mullins. Thunder second baseman Hoy Jun Park attempted to throw Diaz out at third, but his throw sailed into the Baysox dugout, allowing Diaz to score and giving Bowie a 3-1 lead. In the fourth, Ryan McKenna tripled and was brought home on a sacrifice fly from Mason McCoy. That run knocked Severino out of the game after just 3.2 innings. The Baysox tacked on another run in the fifth when Mullins scored on a fielder’s choice ground ball hit by Carlos Perez, extending the lead to 5-1. Bowie broke the game open in the top of the eighth inning. With the bases loaded and two outs, Nichting ripped a two-run single down the right field line, making the score 7-1 Bowie. That was part of a three-hit night for Nichting. After Sedlock left the game, Tayler Scott made his Baysox debut in the sixth and tossed a scoreless frame. Luis Gonzalez took the ball next and pitched 2.0-scoreless innings. Cristian Alvarado and Steven Klimek combined to pitch the ninth inning to finish off the win. With the series now tied, game three of the Eastern League Championship Series is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Thursday night at Prince George’s Stadium in Bowie. Alex Wells will start for the Baysox, opposing Clarke Schmidt who will get the ball for the Thunder. Tickets for the Eastern League Championship Series are available at Baysox.com or calling 301-464-4865.
  9. ELCS Game 2 Summary: http://www.orioleshangout.com/2019/09/12/minor-league-playoff-game-summary-9-11-2019/
  10. Trenton, NJ – The Trenton Thunder came back from a 2-0 first inning deficit to defeat the Bowie Baysox 6-2 in game one of the Eastern League Championship Series on Tuesday night. The Baysox struck early, scoring two runs in the top of the first inning against MLB-rehabber Jordan Montgomery. Cedric Mullins led off the game with a walk and moved to second on a single from Anderson Feliz. Mullins then stole third, and later scored when Montgomery made an arrant pickoff throw to first base. Yusniel Diaz then doubled, scoring Feliz and giving Bowie a 2-0 advantage. The Baysox held that lead until the bottom of the third inning when Kyle Holder drove in Hoy Jun Park with a two-out RBI single. The next batter was Brandon Wagner, who tied the game with an RBI singe of his own. The game remained tied until the bottom of the fifth. In that frame, Brandon Wagner walked with one out. Angel Aguilar then looped a single down the right field line. Yusniel Diaz slipped and fell trying to corral the ball, allowing Wagner to score from first and give the Thunder a 3-2 lead. The Thunder broke the game open in the sixth inning, scoring three times. With two on and one out, Kellin Deglan hit a two-run triple to make it 5-2 Trenton. Kyle Holder followed with a sacrifice fly, extending the lead to 6-2. After Montgomery allowed the two runs in the first inning, Trenton did not allow a run for the rest of the game. Game two of the Eastern League Championship Series is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday night in Trenton. Cody Sedlock will start for the Baysox, opposing MLB-rehabber Luis Severino who will get the ball for the Thunder. Tickets are on sale for the Eastern League Championship Series games at Prince George’s Stadium. Single-game tickets for game three and playoff strips are available at Baysox.com. ...
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