The Akron Aeros spent most of the past week on the road in Reading and Binghamton, and before departing from Canal Park, manager Edwin Rodriguez was frank about his goals for the team on the road trip.
“To be honest, I keep telling the guys one game at a time, it’s a long season,” Rodriguez said. “You go out there, we won today [Wednesday], turn the page, we think about tomorrow, and then we go from there. If you start saying ‘win four out of seven,’ then you’re putting pressure on the guys.”
Well, going one game at a time managed to get the Aeros to win four out of seven as the team moved to 19-19 on the season. Akron is five games behind the Erie SeaWolves, who lead the Western Division, but are in a tie for second place with the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
The Aeros will finish their road trip in Binghamton with games on Wednesday and Thursday before beginning a seven-game homestand on Friday. Read More…
From Indians Baseball Insider, May 14, 2013