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June 30, 2006 | THE INQUIRER
MOOSIC, Pa. - Eude Brito struck out seven batters in six innings to lead the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons past the Durham Bulls, 5-2, yesterday in the first game of an International League doubleheader. Brian Sanches struck out the side in the seventh for his 10th save. Jim Rushford was 2 for 3 with a double, a home run, two runs scored and three RBIs for the Barons. After a rain delay of more than an hour, the Bulls won the second game, 3-0, using five pitchers in the seven-inning shutout.
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June 28, 2005 | THE INQUIRER
MOOSIC, Pa. - Jorge Toca belted a three-run home run with one out in the top of the ninth last night to give the Charlotte Knights a 4-2 win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons. Reliever Franklin Perez, who entered the International League game at the start of the inning, suffered the loss. Charlotte's Guillermo Reyes singled to start the ninth and moved to second on Roosevelt Brown's groundout. Brian Anderson then walked to set up Toca's heroics. Chris Conte had stolen home on a double steal to give Scranton a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning.
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August 19, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kevin Thompson and Craig Wilson each had four hits yesterday as the Trenton Thunder beat the Norwich Navigators, 12-7, in the Eastern League. Thompson scored four runs and Wilson drove in four as the Thunder had their most prolific offensive day since May 22. Ottawa 5, Scranton 2 OTTAWA, Ontario - Ryan Howard's two-run homer - his seventh home run in eight games - was the only offense for the Red Barons in the International League loss...
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April 20, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Josh Johnson allowed two hits in seven innings and drove in the first two runs to help the Florida Marlins beat the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0, last night. Johnson (3-0) lowered his ERA to 1.00. He has allowed four hits or less in each of his four starts, and batters are hitting .112 against him. The righthander has never thrown a shutout in 108 career starts, and he was pulled by manager Edwin Rodriguez after throwing 98 pitches, 64 for strikes. Mike Dunn and Brian Sanches each worked one perfect inning to complete the two-hitter against a team that came into the game with the highest road batting average in the NL. Johnson struck out nine and walked one. He helped himself with a two-run single, laid down a sacrifice and hustled to cover first while completing a nifty, 3-6-1 doubleplay.
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August 30, 2006 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
Carlos Ruiz drove in five runs last night as the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons beat the Syracuse SkyChiefs, 9-8, and clinched a spot in the International League playoffs. Ruiz gave the Red Barons their first lead with a three-run home run in the fifth, then gave them the lead for good with a two-out single in the seventh. In the eighth, the Red Barons added three runs on a throwing error by pitcher Adrian Burnside and a sacrifice fly by Carlos Leon. Syracuse cut into the lead with ninth-inning home runs by Luis Figueroa and Adam Lind before Brian Sanches was brought in to get the final out and his 18th save.
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September 17, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Josh Johnson showed why he is one of the top starters in the majors yesterday. Even without his best stuff, the righthander was good enough to shut down the St. Louis Cardinals. Johnson pitched six effective innings to lead the visiting Florida Marlins to a 5-2 victory over the Cardinals. Cody Ross had three hits and drove in two runs for Florida, which has won 10 of 14 to stay in the playoff race. Ross extended his hitting streak to 11 games, the longest current streak in the NL, and was 5-for-12 in the series.
SPORTS
June 29, 2012
THE NINTH INNING for the Phillies was pitched by someone without a nameplate above his locker — and the unnamed Jeremy Horst did just fine, thanks. Horst pitched a scoreless ninth, Brian Sanches pitched a scoreless eighth, the majority of the bullpen is the walking definition of untested, and the Phillies are trying to force-feed them experience on the one hand and get back in a pennant race on the other hand. "A balancing act" is what general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. called it. "Pretty damn difficult" is what field manager Charlie Manuel called it. Upstairs, downstairs.
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August 7, 2009 | by Paul Hagen
THIS JUST IN from the Baseball Is A Funny Game file: The Phillies will spend this weekend trying to fend off the Florida Marlins, who are lurking just a little too close for comfort in the National League East despite a string of pitching issues. One of the reasons the Fish have been able to keep their heads above water - sorry, just couldn't resist the mixed metaphor - is reliever Brian Sanches . He comes into the series with a 1.17 earned run average. The twist here is that Sanches might be out of the game by now if it weren't for the Phillies.
SPORTS
April 26, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Omar Infante lined a two-out RBI single that leftfielder Jerry Sands misjudged in the ninth inning, capping a two-run rally that gave the Florida Marlins a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night. Both runs were unearned. Scott Cousins' two-out grounder had scooted under the glove of shortstop Jamey Carroll for an error to score the tying run. Chris Coghlan was then intentionally walked to load the bases, and Infante lined a 1-0 pitch to left. Sands started in, braked and leaped, and the ball sailed over his glove.
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April 20, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Josh Johnson has never thrown a shutout in 108 career starts and he couldn't persuade his manager to let him go for one on Tuesday night. The Florida ace allowed two hits in seven innings and drove in the first two runs to help the Marlins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0. Johnson (3-0) lowered his ERA to 1.00. He has allowed four hits or less in each of his four starts, and batters are hitting .112 against him. The righthander was removed by manager Edwin Rodriguez after throwing 98 pitches, 64 for strikes.
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June 29, 2012
THE NINTH INNING for the Phillies was pitched by someone without a nameplate above his locker — and the unnamed Jeremy Horst did just fine, thanks. Horst pitched a scoreless ninth, Brian Sanches pitched a scoreless eighth, the majority of the bullpen is the walking definition of untested, and the Phillies are trying to force-feed them experience on the one hand and get back in a pennant race on the other hand. "A balancing act" is what general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. called it. "Pretty damn difficult" is what field manager Charlie Manuel called it. Upstairs, downstairs.
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April 26, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Omar Infante lined a two-out RBI single that leftfielder Jerry Sands misjudged in the ninth inning, capping a two-run rally that gave the Florida Marlins a 5-4 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night. Both runs were unearned. Scott Cousins' two-out grounder had scooted under the glove of shortstop Jamey Carroll for an error to score the tying run. Chris Coghlan was then intentionally walked to load the bases, and Infante lined a 1-0 pitch to left. Sands started in, braked and leaped, and the ball sailed over his glove.
SPORTS
April 20, 2011 | Daily News Wire Services
Josh Johnson allowed two hits in seven innings and drove in the first two runs to help the Florida Marlins beat the visiting Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0, last night. Johnson (3-0) lowered his ERA to 1.00. He has allowed four hits or less in each of his four starts, and batters are hitting .112 against him. The righthander has never thrown a shutout in 108 career starts, and he was pulled by manager Edwin Rodriguez after throwing 98 pitches, 64 for strikes. Mike Dunn and Brian Sanches each worked one perfect inning to complete the two-hitter against a team that came into the game with the highest road batting average in the NL. Johnson struck out nine and walked one. He helped himself with a two-run single, laid down a sacrifice and hustled to cover first while completing a nifty, 3-6-1 doubleplay.
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April 20, 2011 | Associated Press
MIAMI - Josh Johnson has never thrown a shutout in 108 career starts and he couldn't persuade his manager to let him go for one on Tuesday night. The Florida ace allowed two hits in seven innings and drove in the first two runs to help the Marlins beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-0. Johnson (3-0) lowered his ERA to 1.00. He has allowed four hits or less in each of his four starts, and batters are hitting .112 against him. The righthander was removed by manager Edwin Rodriguez after throwing 98 pitches, 64 for strikes.
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September 17, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
Josh Johnson showed why he is one of the top starters in the majors yesterday. Even without his best stuff, the righthander was good enough to shut down the St. Louis Cardinals. Johnson pitched six effective innings to lead the visiting Florida Marlins to a 5-2 victory over the Cardinals. Cody Ross had three hits and drove in two runs for Florida, which has won 10 of 14 to stay in the playoff race. Ross extended his hitting streak to 11 games, the longest current streak in the NL, and was 5-for-12 in the series.
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August 7, 2009 | by Paul Hagen
THIS JUST IN from the Baseball Is A Funny Game file: The Phillies will spend this weekend trying to fend off the Florida Marlins, who are lurking just a little too close for comfort in the National League East despite a string of pitching issues. One of the reasons the Fish have been able to keep their heads above water - sorry, just couldn't resist the mixed metaphor - is reliever Brian Sanches . He comes into the series with a 1.17 earned run average. The twist here is that Sanches might be out of the game by now if it weren't for the Phillies.
SPORTS
August 30, 2006 | BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
Carlos Ruiz drove in five runs last night as the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons beat the Syracuse SkyChiefs, 9-8, and clinched a spot in the International League playoffs. Ruiz gave the Red Barons their first lead with a three-run home run in the fifth, then gave them the lead for good with a two-out single in the seventh. In the eighth, the Red Barons added three runs on a throwing error by pitcher Adrian Burnside and a sacrifice fly by Carlos Leon. Syracuse cut into the lead with ninth-inning home runs by Luis Figueroa and Adam Lind before Brian Sanches was brought in to get the final out and his 18th save.
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June 30, 2006 | THE INQUIRER
MOOSIC, Pa. - Eude Brito struck out seven batters in six innings to lead the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons past the Durham Bulls, 5-2, yesterday in the first game of an International League doubleheader. Brian Sanches struck out the side in the seventh for his 10th save. Jim Rushford was 2 for 3 with a double, a home run, two runs scored and three RBIs for the Barons. After a rain delay of more than an hour, the Bulls won the second game, 3-0, using five pitchers in the seven-inning shutout.
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June 28, 2005 | THE INQUIRER
MOOSIC, Pa. - Jorge Toca belted a three-run home run with one out in the top of the ninth last night to give the Charlotte Knights a 4-2 win over the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Red Barons. Reliever Franklin Perez, who entered the International League game at the start of the inning, suffered the loss. Charlotte's Guillermo Reyes singled to start the ninth and moved to second on Roosevelt Brown's groundout. Brian Anderson then walked to set up Toca's heroics. Chris Conte had stolen home on a double steal to give Scranton a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning.
SPORTS
August 19, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kevin Thompson and Craig Wilson each had four hits yesterday as the Trenton Thunder beat the Norwich Navigators, 12-7, in the Eastern League. Thompson scored four runs and Wilson drove in four as the Thunder had their most prolific offensive day since May 22. Ottawa 5, Scranton 2 OTTAWA, Ontario - Ryan Howard's two-run homer - his seventh home run in eight games - was the only offense for the Red Barons in the International League loss...
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