Wolves Lose to Binghamton (8-16-17)
Erie Falls 14-5; Rhymes in Town
Transcript: Wolves Lose to Binghamton (8-16-17)
good evening, let's talk sports. time is not on the erie seawolves' side. three and a half games out of the playoffs heading into tonight's series finale with binghamton.a team erie had lost to in five straight meetin. meetings.former pirates, marlins and tigers manager jim leyland and 1984 world series mvp alan trammell in erie tonightwolves already down 1-0 in the 1st when david thompson grounds into the six four three double play. . ..but a run scoresrough seawolves debut for pitcher spencer turnbull but he shows the heat in the 2nd. 95 miles per hour on the strikeout.but in the 3rd he gives up the single to tomas nido. steven moya's throw isn't in time. 3-0 binghamton.the ponies blew it wide open in the 5th. gustavo nunez grounds to first. gabriel quintana's throw home is wide. that starts a seven run frame for binghamton. wolves down 10-0 in the bottom of the 5th when mike gerber gets them on the board with the two run single to right. the union jack may have been flying for u-k night. . but erie needed a white flag in this one.they fall 14-5they're off tomorrow and in bowie on friday. another familiar face in the crowd tonight was former seawolves infielder will rhymes who is now a scout with the los angeles dodgers. rhymes played in 170 games with erie between two thousand seven and oh eight before spending parts of three seasons in the majors.
"it's going to stay in the game in some capacity and fun to watch minor league games and give guys an opportunity to get to the big leagues. it's a little warmer than i remember...the field looks good. happy to run into former teammates and coaches, it's been really
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