AKRON, OH — The Akron Aeros experienced déjà vu Thursday, falling to the Binghamton Mets 2-1 for the second consecutive night at Canal Park.
Once again, Akron’s bats were quiet, combining to go 6-for-31 with four walks and 11 strikeouts. The team is now 11-for-63 with 21 strikeouts on the year, but manager Edwin Rodriguez is not worried just yet with the slow start.
“We’re going to work,” Rodriguez said. “We’re going to talk, and they have to make adjustments. But this is no concern. And I don’t want them to be concerned.” Read More…
From Indians Baseball Insider, April 5, 2013