Trevor May started and struck out seven in his five innings of one run ball, but he was not the story on the mound. He did got 2-for-3 at the plate though, which tells you just what kind of night the R-Phils had. Cesar Hernandez had a ridiculous five single night, and scored five runs. Leandro Castro had three hits, including a double, and a ridiculous six RBI's. Darin Ruf went 5-for-5, and hit the only homer for the Pigs, driving in two and scoring four. Catching prospect Sebastian Valle went 3-for-5 with a double, three RBI's, and two runs scored. Tyson Gillies had two hits and two runs, Jiwan James a double and two runs, and Tim Kennelly had two RBI's and a run. They weren't joking when they said "everybody hits" last night. Only Troy Hanzawa wasn't a help last night, which dropped his season average to .289.
As luck would have it, the first place Reading Phillies are already playing this morning, and trail 2-0 in the fourth. Too bad you can't carry some runs over, right?