The Pawtucket Red Sox were supposed to continue their five game weekend series with the Syracuse Chiefs late on Sunday afternoon. But due to Covid-19, we will have to wait for baseball to return. Instead, we will take a look back at what the Paw Sox have done on this day in history.
2019: Game 1- Pawtucket Red Sox (6) at Rochester Red Wings (1)
Teddy Stankiewicz came up big for the Paw Sox in game one of a doubleheader against the Rochester Red Wings. Stankiewicz went six strong innings, giving up just one run on three base hits.The only run allowed by Stankiewicz was on a solo home run by John Andreoli. Mike Miller went 3 for 4 with one run scored and one RBI. Every Paw Sox hitter had at least one base hit in the seven inning game.
Game 2- Pawtucket Red Sox (6) at Rochester Red Wings (1)
This was a makeup of a game from April 27th. The Paw Sox went with a bullpen game, with Jeremy Bleich going three innings, Adam Lau going two innings, and Trevor Kelley going 2 innings. Juan Centeno had four RBI’s in the game, which included a three run double in the third inning.
2018: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Rail Riders (3) at Pawtucket Red Sox (1)
Dustin Pedroia made his last rehab appearance for the Pawtucket Red Sox prior to getting activated off of the disabled list. He was activated for May 25th. Pedroia went 0 for 3 at the plate in the game. Justin Haley got the start for the Paw Sox on the afternoon, going 4 and 2/3 innings, giving up two runs on five base hits. He also walked two and struck out five. Jordan Betts went 2 for 3 on the afternoon, and he drove in the only run for the Paw Sox on the afternoon. Ty Buttrey had two scoreless innings in relief for the Paw Sox.
2017: Louisville Bats (6) at Pawtucket Red Sox (13)
This was the first Pawtucket Red Sox game that was covered by Trifecta Network full time. Any Paw Sox game at McCoy Stadium after this date, we were at the ballpark for covering.
David Price was on the mound for the Paw Sox, making his final rehab start prior to getting reactivated for the season. Price was knocked around hard in 3 and 2/3 innings. He gave up six runs (three earned) on seven base hits. He also walked one and struck out four on 89 pitches, 61 for strikes.Price had his velocity on the night, reaching 94-95 MPH on the radar gun, which was a positive sign for Price going forward. After his appearance, Price told the Paw Sox PR staff that he would talk to the media about his appearance. However, instead of stopping to talk to the media, he just walked out the door and left the ballpark. The Paw Sox hit three home runs on the night, one by Brian Bogusevic, one by Bryce Brentz, and one by Steve Selsky.
2016: Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs (1) at Pawtucket Red Sox (2)
Eduardo Rodriguez got the start for the Paw Sox, going seven strong innings. In those seven innings, he gave up one run on four base hits. The one run that he gave up was a solo home run by Cameron Perkins in the fifth inning. The Paw Sox were down 1 to 0 going into the eighth inning. That’s when Chris Marrero hit his ninth home run of the season. A two run home run to put the Paw Sox up 2 to 1. Pat Light got the save for the Paw Sox in a scoreless ninth inning.
2015: Pawtucket Red Sox (4) at Louisville Bats (5)
Brian Johnson got the start for the Paw Sox on the night, going seven innings. In those seven innings, he gave up four runs on eight base hits. He also struck out seven batters and allowed a solo home run to Chris Dominguez. Yorman Rodriguez also hit a solo home run for the Bats in the eighth inning for the Bats. Luke Montz hit a two run home run in ninth inning to make it a one run ball game. Allen Craig went 2 for 4 on the night with one RBI.
2014: Pawtucket Red Sox (1) at Syracuse Chiefs (4)
Rubby De La Rosa got the start on the night for the Paw Sox, going six scoreless innings and giving up just four base hits. Jeremy Kehrt came into the game for De La Rosa in the seventh inning. He got hit hard, allowing four runs on three hits and walking three batters. The only run by the Paw Sox was on a solo home run by Corey Brown in the ninth inning.
2013: Pawtucket Red Sox (4) at Louisville Bats (3)
Allen Webster got the start for the Paw Sox on the night, and he earned the win in five and 2/3 innings. He allowed two runs on four base hits. He also gave up two walks and struck out four batters. One run that he gave up was on a solo home run to Denis Phipps. Armando Galarraga got the start for the Bats, allowing four runs in six innings of work. Brandon Snyder went 2 for 4 at the plate with two RBI’s.
2012: Toledo Mud Hens (1) at Pawtucket Red Sox (4)
Ross Ohlendorf got the start and the win for the Paw Sox. In six innings of work, he gave up just three base hits and he struck out six batters. Nate Spears went 1 for 4 on the night with his second home run of the season. Ryan Lavarnway went 2 for 3 with two runs scored.
2011: Pawucket Red Sox (3) at Toledo Mud Hens (2)
Andrew Miller got the start for the Paw Sox on the mound, going five innings and allowing two runs on six base hits. Michael Bowden was credited with the win, going two innings and giving up three base hits. The game went into extra innings, and the game winning run for the Paw Sox came in the tenth inning on batted ball by Tony Thomas. That came after catcher Omir Santos had a throwing error to first base.
2010: Pawtucket Red Sox (0) at Durham Bulls (1)
Kris Johnson pitched well in six innings of work, just not well enough. While Johnson gave up one run on three base hits, he got the Loss in the game. Jeremy Hellickson was dominate in the game for the Bulls, going eight scoreless innings, allowing just one base hit and striking out five. The one base hit for the Paw Sox was a single in the eighth inning, spoiling the no hit bid by Hellickson. The only run in the game was a solo home run by Ryan Shealy in the second inning.
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