It was an almost perfect night in the Nationals organization with all but one Nats team picking up a win on Thursday. Here's a minor league round up..........
Triple-A: Syracuse Chiefs.
Final: Syracuse 2, Durham 4.
Ross Ohlendorf tossed 8 innings, allowing 4 runs on 7 hits, while walking 4 and striking out 4. Micah Owens hit his 3rd homerun of the season in the 3rd inning, to pick up RBI #15 on the year. It was a solo shot, yet not enough to help back Ohlendorf. Eury Perez also went 3-for-4 in the game.
Double-A: Harrisburg Senators.
Final: Harrisburg 6, Binghamton 1.
Paul Demny and Ian Krol combined for a no-hitter as the Senator beat the Binghamton Mets, 6-1. Demny went 8 string inning, allowing one runs on three walk, while striking out 5. After throwing 113 pitches, he was relieved for Krol, who was able to finish off the no-hitter for Harriburg. The Sens were able to tally up 6 runs, all in the 1st (2), 2nd (1), and 6th (3) innings.
Single-A Advanced: Potomac Nationals.
Final: Potomac 3, Wilmington 2.
On a wild pitch in the 10th inning, the Nats were able to claim victory to get themselves above .500 on the season. Potomac only collected four hits by four different player on the night, while Wilmington on the other hand was able to muster up nine with only two runs to show for. Brian Dupra pitched 6 innings surrenderin 2 runs on 6 hits, while striking out one. Matt Grace and Derek Self combined for 4 shutout inning with only 3 hits allowed. The Potomac pitching staff didn't issue a single walk on the night.
Single-A: Hagerstown Suns.
Final: Hagerstown 3, Delmarva 1.
The Suns were able to claim victory 3-1 over the Shorebirds, behind the solid bullpen performance and an offensive comeback. After trailing 1-0 in the Suns were able to score three unanswered runs in the later innings to win the 1st game of the series. Dixon Anderson went 6 inning, allowing one run on seven hit, he didn't walk a batter and struck out 5. From there, 5 Suns pitchers combined for four shutout innings of effective relief, surrendering only 1 hit. Wes Schill, Khayyan Norfork, Pedro Severino, and Stephen Perz each had two hits in the game.
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