Thompson And Nido With Key Hits In Comeback Win For Binghamton | Astromets Mind

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Thompson And Nido With Key Hits In Comeback Win For Binghamton

Binghamton Rumble Ponies @ Richmond Flying Squirrels


May 22, 2017


Blake Beavan @ Andrw Suarez


Teams
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

R
H
E
Binghamton
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3

5
10
0
Richmond
0
3
0
0
1
0
0
0
0

4
8
1
W: Reyes (1-0, 2.13 ERA); L: Snelten (4-1, 1.66 ERA); Save: Regnault (1)


The Highlights:

Pitchers

Blake Beavan (6.00 ERA) – 6 IP, 8 H, 4 R (4 ER), 1 2B, 1 HR, 12 TB, 3 BB, 6 K (2 K/Sw), 6 GB: 4 FB: 8 LD: 2 PU, 78 Pitches (51 Strikes), 3 Swinging, 17 Called, 3.8% SwStr, 8.8% Whiff/Swing, 13 Pitches/IP, 29 BF
Ben Griset (3.46 ERA) – 1 IP, 1 GB: 2 FB, 18 Pitches (12 Strikes), 0 Swinging, 5 Called, 0% SwStr, 0% Whiff/Swing, 18 Pitches/IP, 3 BF
Scarlyn Reyes (W, 1-0, 2.13 ERA) – 1 IP, 1 K (1 K/Sw), 1 LD: 1 PU, 9 Pitches (6 Strikes), 2 Swinging, 1 Called, 22.2% SwStr, 40% Whiff/Swing, 9 Pitches/IP, 3 BF
Kyle Regnault (S, 1, 1.17 ERA) – 1 IP, 1 GB: 2 FB, 10 Pitches (5 Strikes), 1 Swinging, 1 Called, 10% SwStr, 25% Whiff/Swing, 10 Pitches/IP, 3 BF

Batters

CF - Champ Stuart - 0-4, 1 BB, 3 K, 27.3% SwStr, 66.7% Whiff/Swing, 4.4 Pitches/PA
SS - Luis Guillorme - 1-5, 1 R, 1 GIDP, 3.6 Pitches/PA
C - Tomas Nido - 3-5, 2 RBI, 2.6 Pitches/PA
1B - Cody Decker - 1-3, 1 2B, 2 BB, 2 K, 9.5% SwStr, 33.3% Whiff/Swing, 4.2 Pitches/PA
LF - Kevin Taylor - 1-2, 1 R, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 3 BB, 4.8 Pitches/PA
2B - L.J. Mazzilli - 1-5, 1 R, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 1 K, 1 GIDP, 5.3% SwStr, 11.1% Whiff/Swing, 3.8 Pitches/PA
RF - Kevin Kaczmarski - 0-4, 1 K, 10% SwStr, 25% Whiff/Swing, 2.5 Pitches/PA
3B - David Thompson - 3-4, 1 R, 1 RBI, 4.75 Pitches/PA
SP – Blake Beavan - 0-1, 1 SAC, 1 K, 14.3% SwStr, 20% Whiff/Swing, 3.5 Pitches/PA
PH – Matt Oberste - 0-1, 3 Pitches/PA
PH – Jio Mier - 0-0, 1 R, 1 HBP, 33.3% SwStr, 100% Whiff/Swing, 3 Pitches/PA


Recapish


            The Binghamton Rumble Ponies put together a 9th inning rally to come back for a 5-4 win in their series opener with Richmond Monday night. Blake Beavan was added to the Ponies rotation from Triple-A for this start, but he left the team in a 4-0 hole after six innings on the hill. The Bingo bats finally got to Beavan’s counterpart in the 7th, and then just would not quit on this game as they ran out of strikes in the 9th. Unfortunately, for some reason the Richmond MiLB.tv feed covered most of this game from terrible angles, so the highlights are more limited than expected.
            Tomas Nido and David Thompson both had 3-hit games at the plate, and both provided key hits during the 9th inning rally. They also both singled in their first AB, Nido during the 1st inning and Thompson to start the 3rd. Also shown is Nido’s second hit, which came with two outs in the 6th, and a Cody Decker double.

Thompson



Decker

            The Flying Squirrels got to Beavan first when they put together a three run rally in the 2nd inning. The bottom four of the Richmond lineup connected for four straight singles to make it 2-0, and a third run came home on an RBI groundout from Slade Heathcott.
            Champ Stuart made a great diving catch to end the 3rd inning and the coverage somehow caught it; plus there is a David Thompson highlight below as well.



            Chris Shaw made it 4-0 when he took Beavan deep to right center field in the 5th for his sixth homer of the year.
            The Rumble Ponies cut that lead in half with a 7th inning rally. Kevin Taylor and L.J. Mazzilli started the frame with back-to-back doubles, and then David Thompson came through with an RBI single two batters later.




            With the Rumble Ponies just one rally away from tying this game, Manager Luis Rojas turned to Ben Griset for the 7th, and he turned in a perfect frame. Rojas then turned to Scarlyn Reyes for the 8th, and he turned in a perfect frame. The Binghamton pitching staff started Monday with the second best ERA in the EL (3.37), though about a half-run behind league leading Trenton. However, if you break that down by starters vs. relievers, you see that the relievers ERA is less than a tenth of a run behind Trenton. In other words, the Binghamton pen has been lights out.
            The good relief pitching helped setup the 9th inning comeback. Binghamton scored their three runs in the 9th on just three singles, only one of which reached an outfielder. The rally started when David Thompson was ruled safe on an infield single with one out in the frame. The Richmond Manager did not agree with the call, so the umpires got together to make sure they got it right, but it basically couldn’t get overturned at that point.


Next up was pinch-hitter Jiovanni Mier, and he reached on a HBP. The lineup then turned over for Champ Stuart, but he struck out for the third time and second out of the 9th, which left it up to Luis Guillorme. Guillorme beat out a weak grounder to third for the second infield hit of the inning, loading the bases for Tomas Nido.


            After a 5-38 start to Double-A, Tomas Nido was hitting .324/.359/.535 over his previous 18 games entering Monday night, with seven doubles, one triple, two homers, 16 RBI’s and just eleven strikeouts in 78 PA (14.1%). He had a four hit, four RBI night Friday in the Bowie opener, so Richmond brought their closer in to face him. Didn’t matter who was facing him, Nido was going to make contact, and he turned on one against Reyes Moronta for a two run single into LF. Tie game, 4-4.


            Cody Decker followed with a walk, which loaded the bases for Kevin Taylor. Taylor didn’t have to do a thing except watch four pitches go out of the strike zone for an RBI walk to give Binghamton their first lead of the night.
            With his team now up 5-4, Rojas went to lefty Kyle Regnault for the 9th, and Regnault made it three perfect innings of relief to seal the deal on a really good come back win for Binghamton.
            These two are back at it for the middle game of this series Tuesday night at 6:35 PM. P.J. Conlon (4-2, 3.47 ERA) is looking to bounce back from a shaky effort in his last start against Altoona, and he’ll be starting opposite Sam Coonrod (1-4, 5.19 ERA).



Pitcher Coverage


Table 1 – Beavan pitch stats by inning

1st
2nd
3rd
4th
5th
6th
Total
Total
12
17
12
13
16
8
78
Strikes
5
11
7
11
10
7
51
Swinging*
0
1
1
0
0
1
3
*3.8% Swinging strike rate; 8.8% Whiff/Swing rate




  

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