In 140 Characters or Less: Nick Greenwood makes his 100th career start this afternoon as the Bees go for a series win against York at 1:00 P.M. #NewBritainVsEverybody
Series: This series will be the final time that York and New Britain will face off against each other in the regular season. New Britain has taken victories in the first 2 games of the series, with a 4-3 win on Thursday night and a 7-2 win last night. York assertively won game 3 by a 13-4 score. The series will conclude this afternoon at 1:00 P.M.
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Tuesday, August 15th vs. Southern Maryland: Two-Fer Tuesday
Wednesday, August 16th vs. Southern Maryland: Princess and Superhero Night/YMCA Fun “4” Everyone Day
Thursday, August 17th vs. Southern Maryland: Coors Light Cup Giveaway/Thirsty Thursday
Friday, August 18th vs. Bridgeport: Scrubs Night/Red Cross Blood Drive/Fat Tire Friday/Foul Pole Friday
Saturday, August 19th vs. Bridgeport: Game 2 of Home and Home Doubleheader/Scout Campout/FIREWORKS
Sunday, August 20th vs. Bridgeport: Schaller Hardware City Family Fun-Day
The Bees: Last night, Brian Dupra struggled in his start, allowing 7 runs, all of them earned, in less than one full inning. The bullpen took over, combining for 7 1/3 innings of relief, striking out 8 batters, allowing 6 total runs. New Britain scored their first 3 runs in the 5th inning with a 2 RBI single by Jordan Hinshaw followed by an RBI knock from Jovan Rosa. Their 4th and final run came in the 8th, when Jake McGuiggan brought home Craig Maddox with a sacrifice fly.
The Opposition: All of York’s offense yesterday came in the first 4 frames, with 3 of them being multiple run innings. 12 batters came to the plate in the 1st, scoring 7 runs, 1 more would come across in the 2nd, 3 more in the 3rd, and then another pair in the 4th for a grand total of 13. Telvin Nash and Isaias Tejeda each homered in the 1st inning. Each player in the York starting lineup except Alonzo Harris scored at least once, and each player drove in at least 1 run.
Starting Pitchers – New Britain: LHP Nick Greenwood (1-4, 5.40) | York: LHP Logan Williamson (5-8, 5.10)
Key to the Game – Nix Nash, restrain Tejeda: Both Telvin Nash and Isaias Tejeda have been thorns in New Britain’s side during this series. Nash has gone 6-13 with 2 doubles, 2 homers and 4 RBI, while Tejeda has hit 4-11 with 2 homers, 4 RBI and has scored 4 runs. In order to stop York’s offensive momentum, Nick Greenwood and the Bees pitching staff will need to keep those two players off the bases, as the Revolution offense has revolved around them for much of this series.
Bees Buzz: With a hit in last night’s game, Jake McGuiggan is now 1 hit away from 100 hits in his professional career…Brandon Fry’s outing last night was his longest outing since he pitched 3 full innings of relief on May 6th in Sugar Land…Brian Dupra’s start last night was the shortest start in Bees franchise history, only lasting 2/3 of an inning…Craig Maddox has gone 5-11 in this series, and has recorded multiple hits in 3 of his last 5 games…York scored 7 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning yesterday, which ties New Britain’s season high for most runs given up in a single inning…Jovan Rosa has recorded a hit in 10 consecutive games…Mike Hepple has not allowed an earned run in 11 of his last 14 outings…York scored 13 runs in last night’s game, which is the largest number of runs that the Revolution have scored against the Bees in franchise history…Last night’s game was 18 minutes shorter than New Britain’s longest 9 inning game of the season (3:33 on July 8 at Bridgeport)…Jovan Rosa extended his consecutive games played for the Bees streak to 244 yesterday, and his overall consecutive games played streak to 267, including postseason. Rosa is also 5 games away from 900 games played in his professional career.
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