Last week was not kind to the Akron Aeros, as they went on the road and lost five of six games. The Aeros now sit at 3-8, the worst record in the Eastern League.
The losses piling up were a result of the team’s pitching imploding, with the Aeros allowing a staggering 47 runs in 51.0 innings. The offense was actually not all that poor — scoring 31 runs in six games — but it is hard to overcome such poor pitching.
The Aeros will look to get back on track in the final two games of a road series in Trenton before coming home for a seven game stretch starting on Thursday. Read More…
From Indians Baseball Insider, April 16, 2013