Game Recaps 4/23: Aguilar's three homers lead Captains
Lake County crushed seven homeruns in game two including three from Jesus Aguilar and two from Anthony Gallas, crushing Bowling Green 14-4.
Bowling Green scored the game's only run in game one in the top of the second inning. Nick Schwaner singled to right field. Steve Tinoco followed with a one out walk. Kevin Kiermaier doubled down the right field line scoring Schwaner to make it 1-0 Hot Rods.
C.J. Riefenhauser was brilliant against the Captains Saturday afternoon he took a no hitter into the seventh inning before giving up a one out single to Jason Smit. Riefenhauser tossed 6.1 innings allowing a hit, walking three and striking out two.
Mike Goodnight took the loss; he threw 4.2 innings allowed just one run on five hits, walking one and striking out three.
In game two, the Captains just exploded on Hot Rod pitching hitting seven homeruns en route to a 14-4 win. Jesus Aguilar hit three two-run homeruns: the first one occurred in the first inning, he hit his second homerun in the second inning and finished his career afternoon with his third in the fifth, finishing with a career high six RBI.
Anthony Gallas went 3-for-4 matching his career high with three RBI; Gallas hit s solo homerun to left center in the second and a two run to left.
Tyler Cannon's eleven game hit streak ended in the first game, but bounced back in a big way in game two. Cannon went 2-for-4 with a grand slam homerun in the second inning, driving in a career high four runs.
Carlos Moncrief hit his second homerun of the season, in the fifth inning to straight away centerfield.
Lake County heads to Fort Wayne for a three game set at Parkview Field, first game is Monday night at 7:05PM. The Captains will start RHP Kyle Blair (1-0) vs. TBA for the TinCaps. Catch all the action on AM1330 WELW or online at captainsbaseball.com.
The Captains return home on Thursday April 28th for a three game series with the South Bend Silver Hawks the affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, game time is 7:00PM.
AEROS DROP SUSPENDED GAME, 6-2
The Akron Aeros fell to the Reading Phillies 6-2 Saturday afternoon in the continuation of Friday night