BOWIE, MD — A terrible illness seems to be seeping down from the big league club and infecting the pitchers on the Akron Aeros’ staff.
Akron fell to the Bowie Baysox at Prince George’s Stadium 7-6 after the team gave up seven runs for the second consecutive night. The Aeros have allowed 50 runs in nine games on the season — a shocking 5.56 runs per game — the key reason for their slow 3-6 start.
Left-handed reliever Edward Paredes was the main culprit Saturday, as he allowed four runs on four hits (one home run) while only recording two outs. Paredes dominated in his first three outings — only allowing three hits, no runs, and no walks in five innings while striking out eight — but Bowie simply had his number. Read More…
From Indians Baseball Insider, April 13, 2013