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813Area has new update 12 hours ago Rays prospects and minor leagues: Bulls outslug RailRiders’ ringers
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre had two stars in its lineup Friday, but Durham’s deep lineup couldn’t be stopped. There was a stunner on Opening Day in the New York-Penn League. Hudson Valley opens against Aberdeen every season, and Hudson Valley had won seven of those games in a row, outscoring Aberdeen 40-10. That streak finally came to an end Friday. Triple-A Durham Bulls (41-26) Durham hit four home runs in a 16-3 blowout of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Jake Cronenworth got it started early with a leadoff homer. Nate Lowe capped the seven-run second with a grand slam. The Bulls scored five more times in the third, and Jake Smolinski and Kean Wong each went deep in the fourth. Austin Pruitt struck out nine and allowed three runs in five innings. 1B Nate Lowe: 2-for-3, 1 R, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 2 BB, 1 K (.876)2B Nick Solak: 1-for-4, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 K (.880)RF Joe McCarthy: 1-for-4, 1 R, 2 K, 1 HBP (.758)SS Jake Cronenworth: 3-for-4, 4 R, 1 2B, 1 3B, 1 HR, 3 RBI, 2 BB, 1 K (1.000)3B Kean Wong: 3-for-6, 3 R, 1 3B, 1 HR, 4 RBI, 1 K (.941)CF Jake Smolinski: 3-for-5, 3 R, 2 2B, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 K (.813) RHP Austin Pruitt: 5 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 1 BB, 9 K (5.46) Durham’s site offers this recap. Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (42-25) A pair of home runs backed solid pitching in Montgomery’s 2-1 win over Chattanooga. Kevin Padlo hit his seventh of the season in the first inning, and Rene Pinto’s first of the season came in the sixth. After Matt Krook struck out three in two scoreless opening innings, Sam McWilliams allowed a run in five innings. CF Josh Lowe: 1-for-4, 1 K (.739)SS Lucius Fox: 2-for-3, 1 3B (.711)3B Kevin Padlo: 3-for-4, 1 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI (.863)C Rene Pinto: 1-for-3, 1 R, 1 HR, 1 RBI (.555) LHP Matt Krook: 2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 K (4.60)RHP Sam McWilliams: 5 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, 3 BB, 1 K (2.00) Class A-Advanced Charlotte Stone Crabs (35-31) Charlotte is at the All-Star break. Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (38-30) Bowling Green needed more than one big swing in a 3-2 loss to Lansing. After a one-out walk by Wander Franco, Chris Betts hit a two-run homer, but the Hot Rods only had four hits the rest of the game. Cristopher Sanchez allowed a run in six innings. SS Wander Franco: 1-for-2, 1 R, 2 BB, 1 SB (.912)C Chris Betts: 1-for-3, 1 R, 1 HR, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 1 K (.813) LHP Cristopher Sanchez: 6 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 4 BB, 2 K (2.93) Bowling Green’s site offers this recap. Short-Season Hudson Valley Renegades (0-1) Hudson Valley’s offense was quiet in a 2-1 loss to Aberdeen. It ended the Renegades’ seven-season Opening Day winning streak against the IronBirds. K.V. Edwards led off the game with a single, and Hudson Valley didn’t get another hit. Daiveyon Whittle struck out five in five scoreless innings. 3B Carlos Vargas: 0-for-4, 1 R (.000) RHP Daiveyon Whittle: 5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 5 K (0.00) CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES Saturday’s games (probables courtesy of milb.com) Durham vs. Scranton/Wilkes-Barre 6:35 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream) Brendan McKay (2-0, 1.80) vs. Nestor Cortes Jr. (2-2, 3.86) Montgomery vs. Chattanooga 5:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream) DOUBLEHEADERTBA vs. TBATBA vs. TBA Both games will be seven innings. Florida State League All-Star Game 7:05 p.m. Bowling Green @ Lansing 7:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. Josh Hiatt (1-2, 3.51) Hudson Valley @ Aberdeen 6:05 p.m. ET (MiLB.TV, radio stream)TBA vs. TBA *Listed as TBA on milb.com Scouting the opposition Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (Yankees)38-27 (1st in IL North)Offense: 367 R (3rd) .849 OPS (1st)Pitching: 4.39 ERA (2nd) 1.32 WHIP (1st)Top-30 prospects: RHP Michael King (5), RHP Chance Adams (15), SS Thairo Estrada (27), RHP Danny Farquhar, C Erik Kratz, 1B Logan Morrison Chattanooga Lookouts (Cincinnati)35-31Offense: 285 R (2nd) .724 OPS (2nd)Pitching: 4.04 ERA (8th) 1.38 WHIP (8th)Top-30 prospects: OF Taylor Trammell (3), RHP Tony Santillan (5), C Tyler Stephenson (6), OF Jose Siri (9), OF T.J. Friedl (12), SS Alfredo Rodriguez (22), 1B Ibandel Isabel (24), LHP Scott Moss (25), RHP Ryan Hendrix (28), RHP Joel Kuhnel (30) Lansing Lugnuts (Toronto)31-36Offense: 303 R (4th) .728 OPS (2nd)Pitching: 4.41 ERA (13th) 1.44 WHIP (13th)Top-30 prospects: SS Jordan Groshans (5), OF Griffin Conine (15), C Gabriel Moreno (20), RHP Sean Wymer (26) Aberdeen IronBirds (Baltimore)1-0 (T-1st in NYPL McNamara)Offense: Will update next seriesPitching: Will update next seriesTop-30 prospects: Will update next series Daily news and links No. 1 pick Adley Rustchman was named the Golden Spikes Award winner, presented to the best amateur baseball player in the country. The MLB.com prospect team picked a breakout prospect in each organization.
813Area has new update 12 hours ago Quick Strikes: Connor Ingram and Eddie Pasquale leaving the Tampa Bay Lightning
A busy Friday in the organization The Bolts It was a a busy day in the Tampa Bay Lightning organization yesterday. It all stared early in the morning when the Barys Nur-Sultan announced signing of Eddie Pasquale. The former Tampa Bay Lightning and Syracuse Crunch player got a one year deal in the KHL. Confirmed: Eddie Pasquale (G) | Tampa Bay Lightning -> Barys Nur-Sultan | https://t.co/JsgZidumEN #KHL— EP Transfers (@ep_transfers) June 14, 2019 View this post on Instagram Thank you @syracusecrunch @tblightning for the last year and a half. Been nothing but first class to me and my family. Excited for the next chapter @barys_official here we go!! A post shared by Eddie Pasquale (@eddie.pasquale) on Jun 14, 2019 at 12:27pm PDT Later that day, the Lightning announced acquiring the Nashville Predators 2021 seventh-round pick in exchange for goalie Connor Ingram. We have acquired the @predsnhl’s seventh-round selection in the 2021 #NHLDraft in exchange for Connor Ingram. https://t.co/NQExqDwBVW— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 14, 2019 Despite showing good numbers on the ice, Ingram had some off ice issues that led to this trade. There were a lot of rumours about what really happened before his assignment to the Orlando Solar Bears [Raw Charge] Controversy came about, however, when Ingram was assigned to the Solar Bears. He was a healthy scratch for three Crunch games with Eddie Pasquale and Martin Ouellette playing instead just prior to his demotion to the ECHL. This all came after Ingram was having a fine year and was named to the 2019 AHL All-Star Team. When Ouellette went down with a broken leg, Ingram was recalled to the Crunch and reportedly had a talk with General Manager Julien BriseBois. After that, he was sent back to Orlando without playing for the Crunch. After Pasquale’s leaving and trading Ingram, there are just two goalies under contract in the Lightning organization: Andrei Vasilevskiy and Louis Domingue. Geo wrote an article about current state of the goaltending in Tampa. [Raw Charge] Prospect wise, the Lightning have Magnus Chrona, Ty Taylor, and Kristian Oldham. Taylor and Oldham are both NCAA goaltenders that have not gotten a chance to start at the NCAA level yet. Taylor was selected in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft in the seventh round and spent last season with the University of New Hampshire. He played in eight games with an .855 SV%. He is not ready for the pro game. The Lightning have also re-signed defenseman Cameron Gaunce to a one-year, two-way contract. Gaunce spent most of last season with the Syracuse Crunch and played two games for the Lightning [Raw Charge] The re-signing of Gaunce is great news for Syracuse Crunch fans after seeing the departures today of Eddie Pasquale and Michael Bournival. Gaunce was as steady as they come for the Crunch providing leadership and mentorship to the younger defensemen on the roster. He is perfectly suited to be the 8th defenseman in the Lightning organization as someone that can fill-in for injuries in the NHL while being a top pairing AHL defenseman. The Tampa Bay Lightning development camp is opening on June 25. The full schedule is available in the following tweet. Book it!The 2019 #BoltsDevCamp will open on Tuesday, June 25 and run through Saturday, June 29.All sessions in Brandon are free and open to the public, we will have a 3v3 tourney, it will be streamed, andddd we don’t have the roster just yet. https://t.co/dcAUENB0MK— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) June 14, 2019 Our 2019 NHL Draft scouting reports continue with a look at Finnish defender Ville Heinola. [Raw Charge] The Tampa Bay Lightning like drafting undersized players with high hockey IQ. They just don’t like to do it when that player is a defenseman. Considered by some to be the second best defender in the draft, Finnish blueliner Ville Heinola may be the one to change that history. The Crunch Syracuse Crunch forward Michael Bournival announced his retirement. He has been dealing with injuries for most of his professional career. [Raw Charge] His injuries started with a concussion in Feburary of 2014 that kept him out for a month and a half. He also missed a month in November of 2014 with a shoulder injury. At the beginning of the 2015-16 season, Bournival was placed on IR for two months with an undisclosed injury that was believed to be concussion related before being activated, waived, and assigned to the AHL. After playing just 20 games during 2015-16, the Canadiens declined to tender a contract to Bournival as a restricted free agent. Watching this athlete go about his business on a daily basis was inspiring. When I think about Michael I'll always remember his commitment and passion to the game. Wishing him nothing but the best in his next chapter! #Warrior #CrunchFamily https://t.co/W0wEt2CpvD— Jim Sarosy (@JimSarosy) June 14, 2019 The front office is already working on the goaltending situation in Syracuse BriseBois said he's deep into working on Crunch goaltending needs for next year. He had no update on status of Lynch or Walcott, though— Syracuse Hockey (@syrhockey) June 14, 2019 The Crunch joined the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs to take a part in the 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb yesterday. We’re honored to have been a part of the @nysfirechiefs #FIRE2019 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb today benefiting @NFFF_News and the FDNY Counseling Service Unit. To all the fire and emergency services members, thank you. #NeverForget pic.twitter.com/dYtpePuLzP— Syracuse Crunch (@SyracuseCrunch) June 14, 2019 Meanwhilem Mike McKenna is realizing that it’s already two years since the last appearance for the Crunch in the Calder Cup Finals. Hard to believe it's been 2 years pic.twitter.com/N6C8KwJq3t— Mike McKenna (@MikeMcKenna56) June 14, 2019 The Game The Washington Capitals have traded defenseman Matt Niskanen to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for former Lightning and Crunch player Radko Gudas. The Flyers retained 30% of Gudas’ salary. ... updated with RS details.TRADE:To Philadelphia #Flyers: D Matt Niskanen To Washington #Capitals: D Radko Gudas (30% retained salary)https://t.co/pOmLyOX15A https://t.co/OhEuPGznRo— CapFriendly (@CapFriendly) June 14, 2019 So um Radko Guess is arguably better than Niskanen.... And now also apparently WAY cheaper?Niskanen isn't atrocious and was once obviously superior. But he is clearly in decline. pic.twitter.com/2RJ21znWen— Stephen Burtch (@SteveBurtch) June 14, 2019 The New York Islanders signed forward Jordan Eberle to a 5-year deal. $5.5 million AAV per season for Eberle. Five years. https://t.co/FSqxtqsbfP— Pierre LeBrun (@PierreVLeBrun) June 14, 2019 SIGNINGIslanders: Jordan Eberle $5.5M x 5 yearsA strong offensive play-driver, but defensively weak. Can be a bargain if he sees a bounce-back in production, but more likely that he's on the decline now. Still close to fair value, which is rare for a UFA. pic.twitter.com/fZqHlepTdH— dom luszczyszyn (@domluszczyszyn) June 14, 2019 The Buffalo Sabres hired Don Granato and Mike Bales as assistant coaches. We have hired Don Granato and Mike Bales as assistant coaches. The pair joins assistant coach Steve Smith as members of Head Coach Ralph Krueger’s staff for the 2019-20 season.Get more info: https://t.co/bekZIUx0Ar— Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) June 14, 2019 The Buffalo Beauts also made a change on the coaching staff. Buffalo Beauts name Pete Perram head coach https://t.co/a7bqyyVYiI— Mike Murphy (@DigDeepBSB) June 14, 2019 Orlando is hosting the PHPA Annual Meeting from June 17th to 21st The #PHPAAnnualMeeting is much more than just a 4-day series of presentations by PHPA staff, mixed in with a hospitality suite, golf tournament, and reception banquet https://t.co/fZXpOhGqyi pic.twitter.com/VHOkxoqzTu— PHPA (@thephpa) June 14, 2019 It’s been 25 years since the New York Rangers won a Stanley Cup. The Blueshirt Banter writers shared their memories [Blueshirt Banter] It’s hard to believe that 25 years ago curses were exorcised and people could finally die happy. June 14th, 1994 the New York Rangers defeated the Vancouver Canucks in a seven game grudge match to win the Stanley Cup, the Blueshirts’ first in 54 years. Every Rangers fan, no matter their age, has been impacted in some way by that 1994 team. For years that 1994 team has felt like a specter looming over the team. Especially as they spent the late 90s and early 00s tripping over themselves and their checkbook into the pit of obscurity. The Calgary Flames blog Matchsticks & Gasoline presented their own version of the best Flames roster. The All-Time Greatest Calgary Flames Roster https://t.co/lA8rvOmhRj— Matchsticks & Gasoline (@MatchsticksCGY) June 13, 2019 A video for nostalgia enthusiasts. I remixed last night's Stanley Cup Game 7 as the classic NHL '94 video game pic.twitter.com/03qStSDsc6— Benstonium (@Benstonium) June 13, 2019
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813Area has new update 20 hours ago Angels: 4 Rays: 9 - A Wendle-ful Return
Snell Struggles, but Choi & Co. come through Is it too early to start worrying? Will the Rays ever win again?! Hard to say, but they would certainly try, with Blake Snell on the mound to help his team break a 3 game losing streak and 2nd series in a row. Rays would also have a familiar face back in the lineup. Batting seventh, the second baseman, Joey Wendle. https://t.co/2bYCj208yI #RaysUp pic.twitter.com/DzeUmusJVs— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) June 14, 2019 Tonight, we show off our #pride. #RaysUp pic.twitter.com/cemNnvaNHw— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) June 14, 2019 Despite the good vibes and new-to-this-season faces, the Rays’ picked up right where they left off with Mike Trout doubling to open the 1st inning. #Rays still can't get Ohtani out— Juan Toribio (@juanctoribio) June 14, 2019 Ohtani singled to put runners on the corner and then stole 2nd. So we have runners on 2nd and 3rd with nobody out. Maybe we’ll get old man Pujols this time? Trout scores on a sac fly. Ohtani scores on an RBI single by Puello. Angels take an early 2-0 lead! #TheHaloWay pic.twitter.com/Yl1qgHoT2g— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) June 14, 2019 Nope. Rays and Snell found themselves in a quick 2-0 deficit before the Rays had a chance to bat. Snell didn’t help himself at all in the next inning, walking Johnathan Lucroy and then giving up a double to Wilfredo Tovar to have runners on 2nd and 3rd with nobody out. Snell started the 2nd well enough, striking out Luis Rengifo and getting David Fletcher to ground out. Instead of going after Mike Trout, Cash Intentionally Walked Trout to get to Ohtani, who walked and made it 3-0 Rays at the end of 2 innings. Finally, Snell was able to get the pesky Angels out 1-2-3 in order, but that would be the only good inning for him. Snell couldn’t keep the momentum going in the 4th inning, only getting one out before Cash brought out the hook. Just 3 1/3 for #Rays Snell tonight as Cash turns to Oliver Drake to face Trout and Ohtani— Juan Toribio (@juanctoribio) June 15, 2019 Blakes final line: 3.1 IP, 5 H, 4 R (3ER), 4 BB, and 3 ER on 79 pitches. Forgettable night. Cash would go to Oliver Drake, who got Ohtani to roll over one to Adames and start an inning ending double play. Except it didn't end the inning. Yandy Diaz couldn’t hold onto the tailor made play and the Angels scored to make it 4-0 Your browser does not support HTML5 video. You might have noticed that I haven’t mentioned anything about the offense. That’s because there wasn’t anything worth mentioning up to this point. Rays couldn’t figure out Andrew Heaney all night, but they figured out the Angels bullpen real quick. It all started when Austin Meadows doubled to open the 6th inning against Heaney, but when Angels manager Brad Ausmus went to his righty bullpen, it was feasting time for the Lefty Rays. Yandy Diaz started things off with a single to bring home Meadows and get the Rays on the board Your browser does not support HTML5 video. After a Ji-Man Choi single put two runners on with nobody out, Rays quickly got two outs, and it looked as if the Rays’ rally would be short lived. Not so fast. Kiermaier was able to get a single past the shift and keep the Rally going. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Heredia walked after a HBP to load the bases. He would leave the game with a Left Hand contusion and is day-to-day. But that didn’t stop the feast. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Rays’ bats finally come to life, and put up 5 runs in the 6th inning to take a 5-4 lead. And it didn’t stop there. Yandy Diaz opened the 7th inning with a double, and Ji-Man Choi gave the Rays some insurance with a blast. Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Ji-Man Magic appeared on the defensive side as well with this amazing pick in the 8th to nab Cesar Puello Dominik Vega Runs kept coming too and everyone was getting in on it. Travis d’Arnaud home Kiermaier, and then Tommy Pham singled home TdA to bring the Rays roaring back and make it 9-4 Rays. When the Rays’ ace was struggling the bats came alive and brought the Rays back from the dead. 6 different Rays combined for the nine runs, and the Bullpen picked up Blake Snell. A combination of Oliver Drake, Emilio Pagan, Colin Poche, Adam Kolarek, and Ryne Stanek went 5.1 IP, 3H, 0R, BB, and 6Ks to shut down the Angels’ bats. Rays win 9-4, snap a 3 game losing streak, and take possession of 1st place. They move to 42-27 on the year and will take the good vibes into tomorrow’s game, where Uncle Charlie Morton will face off against Jose Suarez. First pitch is at 1:10 PM
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Great food although over-priced. Best choices off the Ava Pizza Menu can be found here! Friendly & quick service

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Ballast Point is adjacent to Hillsborough Bay which makes for a great spot to enjoy the sunrise or sunset on the water! There is a 600-foot pier, a shaded splash park, playground, picnic areas, a gazebo and a boat dock/ramp. Perfect spot for a picnic!

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Fantastic food at a reasonable price!

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This is a pretty decent chain Italian restaurant. Great for a late night meal.

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The Nashville Hot sandwich is really spicy but delicious if you like hot foods! I also tried the Dirty Bird which has pimento cheese on it.. This is a foodies dream!

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Datz dough has some of the best donuts you've ever tried, full stop. Creative and unique pastries as well.

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Bernini of Ybor

1702 E 7th Ave. , Tampa FL, 33605
$3 Stoli Martinis until 7pm

1/2 Priced select pastas & entrees 4pm-7pm

Friends & Neighbors (lives in 33605 zip code) lunch discount 20%

The Blind Goat Food and Drink Co.

4106 Henderson Blvd , Tampa FL, 33629
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The Honey Pot

1507 E 7th Ave. , Tampa FL, 33605
It's time for some fun girls! Tease Saturday at Honey Pot! Join the party this week with beautiful dancers, fantastic drink specials, and a world class drag show! Great music from DJ Quest Spins makes the night complete!! $1 drinks from 10pm-11pm & $3 Svedka cocktails (all flavors) from 10pm-midnight.

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