The Pawtucket Red Sox have taken two of the first three games over the Norfolk Tides, winning last night, 3-2.
Germano Strong in 3-2 Win Over Norfolk (PawSox.com)
PawSox 3, Tides 2: Germano Holds Back the Tides (Providence Journal)
PawSox 3, Tides 2: Two-Run Sixths Elevates Pawtucket to Victory (Examiner)
Tides Homers Not Enough to Beat PawSox (Virginian-Pilot)
UP NEXT: The finale of the four game series is tonight at 7:05p.m. Chris Tillman (3-7, 4.78 ERA) starts for the Tides. Daisuke Matsuzaka (0-1, 3.74 ERA) makes another rehab start for the PawSox.
The Pawtucket Red Sox and Norfolk Tides took part in a slugfest last night at McCoy. In the end the PawSox came up on top 11-8.
PawSox Outlast Tides, 11-8 (PawSox.com)
Tides Fall in Slugfest Tuesday (Norfolk Tides)
PawSox 11, Tides 8: Pawtucket Wins on a Wild Night (Providence Journal)
PawSox 11, Tides 8: Anderson’s Shattering Night Leads Pawtucket (Examiner)
Nate Spears Heating Up (45Miles from Fenway)
The Ex Factor (Hyde’s Inside Pitch)
PawSox Jump Out to Early Lead, Hold Off Tides (Virginian-Pilot)
UP NEXT: Game three of the series is tonight at 7:05p.m. Brad Bergesen (2-2, 4.96 ERA) gets the ball for Norfolk. Justin Germano (4-3, 2.93 ERA) starts for the PawSox.
The Norfolk Tides belted three home runs in their 6-4 victory over the Pawtucket Red Sox yesterday in the opener of a four game series at McCoy.
Tides Riding High in Pawtucket (PawSox.com)
Pawtucket’s Mathis is Slapped Around by Norfolk (Providence Journal)
Opt-Out Creeping up for Ohlendorf (Providence Journal)
Johnson Returns to Pawtucket–as Tides’ Manager (Pawtucket Times)
Tides 6, PawSox 4; Tides Line-up Too Much for Mathis (Examiner)
Three Tides Homer in Victory at Pawtucket (Virginian-Pilot)
NOTES: The PawSox welcomed back OF Che-Hsuan Lin. Lin was sent down by the Red Sox after OF Ryan Sweeney was re-instated by the club following a stint on the 7- day disabled list with a comcussion.
UP NEXT: Game two of the series is tonight. Miguel Gonzalez (2-1, 1.50 ERA) starts for Norfolk. Ross Ohlendorf (4-3, 4.07 ERA) will get the ball for the PawSox.
The Pawtucket Red Sox belted five home runs, two by Lars Anderson, in beating the Toledo Mud Hens, 7-4, last night at McCoy.
PawSox Go Homer Happy (PawSox.com)
Weber Surrenders Four Homers in 7-4 Loss to Pawtucket (Toledo Mud Hens)
Anderson’s Two Homes Lead PawSox to Another Win (Providence Journal)
PawSox What’s Next? Norfolk Edition (Providence Journal)
Five Home Runs Lift PawSox over Mud Hens, 7-4 (Examiner)
Pawtucket Continues Mud Hens’ Struggles (Toledo Blade)
UP NEXT: Former PawSox Manager Ron Johnson returns to McCoy to lead the Norfolk Tides in the first of four games beginning this afternoon at 4:05p.m. RHP Zach Clark (NR) will start for Norfolk. Doug Mathis (3-2, 4.23 ERA) gets the ball for the PawSox.
The Pawtucket Red Sox scored seven runs in the bottom of the eighth to come away with a 8-5 win over the Toledo Mud Hens last night at McCoy. The PawSox also received a solid pitching performance from the rehabbing Daisuke Matsizaka, who threw five scoreless innings.
PawSox Rally for Seven Runs in Eighth Inning (PawSox.com)
Hens Fall 8-5 Despite Great Start by Casey Crosby (Toledo Mud Hens)
Matsuzaka Gives His Best Effort to Date in PawSox Win (Providence Journal)
Matsuzaka Pitches Five Innings in Rehab Start (Examiner)
PawSox’ Huge Eighth Carries the Club to a 8-5 Victory Over Mud Hens (Examiner)
Late Rally Spoils Mud Hens’ Surge (Toledo Blade)
Dice-K Stellar in Latest Il Rehab Start (MiLB.com)
Putting on the Hits (Hyde’s Inside Pitch)
UP NEXT: The two squads wrp-up the four game series this evening at 6:05p.m. Thad Weber (3-2, 2.54 ERA) goes for Toledo. Brandon Duckworth (5-1, 4.28 ERA) starts for the PawSox.