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18 minutes ago, survivedc said:

I’ll be there tonight, somewhere behind the plate...looking forward to it even if I’d never heard of Tyler Herb before yesterday. 

He was in the mid to upper 90s at times earlier in the year, but below command, no good offspeed stuff. 

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Michael King was previously reported as the game 4 starter for Trenton, but he ended up piggy-backing yesterday and got the win, pitching four shutout innings.

Instead, Rony Garcia will get the start against Tyler Herb.

Garcia is a 21 year-old Dominican prospect who has had a tough go this year as one of the younger players in the Eastern League. He has pitched to a 4.44 ERA in 20 starts in a league where the average ERA is 3.54.

He has pitched better recently, in his last four appearances, he has gone 18 and a third innings, allowed 3 runs on 12 hits with 21 strikeouts on 6 walks.

2080 has him as a 50 FV, describing him as having the body of a future workhorse, but with a 90-94 MPH fastball his only pitch that is even average at this point.

Hope the Baysox can get some runs and knock him around. I really want to go to game 5 tomorrow!

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Herb pretty ineffective. Ok fastball and show me curveball but they were on him and gave up 3 runs in the second.

Tayler Scott gave up a homer to his first batter followed by a couple strikeouts. Slider (maybe?) was effective down and in to lefties.

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Baysox lose 5-2.     The offense didn’t do much the last two nights and their season comes to an end.  Still, a great season for Bowie.   They’ll be sending a lot of good players up to Norfolk next year.  

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2 hours ago, Frobby said:

Baysox lose 5-2.     The offense didn’t do much the last two nights and their season comes to an end.  Still, a great season for Bowie.   They’ll be sending a lot of good players up to Norfolk next year.  

Meanwhile, half the Trenton team will be back in New York in the next 48 hours to continue the MLB season.

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On ‎9‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 12:45 AM, Legend_Of_Joey said:

Meanwhile, half the Trenton team will be back in New York in the next 48 hours to continue the MLB season.

A lot of the Bowie players were upset about this.  That the Yankees brought down rehabbers and AAA guys. 

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