Home... Transactions... Team Rosters... 40-Man Roster... 2025 Projected Rosters... Podcast
News.... Lineups.... Stats.... Draft History.... International Signings.... Scouting Log.... Forum

SoxProspects News

August 7, 2005 at 10:45 PM

8/8 Cup of Coffee

While Wilmington, Greenville, and the GCL Red Sox had Sunday off, the remaining Sox affiliates were playing it up on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. The PawSox beat their division rivals again with a 9-4 over Buffalo. Dustin Pedroia went solo, as did Goerge Lombard. Adam Hyzdu hit his 2nd homer in as many games in his truimphant return to Pawtucket. Abe Alvarez overcame a shaky start to pick up his 11th win of the season. Portland dropped the Sunday matinee to Binghampton, 4-1. The lone stars of the Sea Dogs lineup were David Murphy, who went 2 for 4 and Scott Youngbauer, who hit a home run in the 7th, providing the Dogs only run of the game. Anibal Sanchez took the tough loss despite going six innings, allowing only two runs on four hits, while striking out nine. Lowell beat Aberdeen 5-3 at Ripken Stadium in front of 6,289. Luis Soto and paced the Spinners' attack, both going 2 for 4 on the day. Eugenio Flores picked up his 2nd win in relief, going two innings of no-hit ball to hold the Ironbirds at bay.
Player of the Day: Adam Hyzdu, returning the organization that he helped win a championship, went 2 for 4 on the afternoon, crushing his 2nd homer in as many days (with a grand slam last night), while knocking in three to help pace Pawtucket in their 9-4 win over first place Buffalo.