As the Akron Aeros salvaged a disappointing homestand with two wins last Tuesday and Wednesday, manager Edwin Rodriguez mused about what when wrong.
“We were inconsistent,” Rodriguez said. “Then again, we have a young team, and when you have a young team that’s what’s going to happen. One day they look like big leaguers out there, the next day you wonder if they know how to play the game.”
Rodriguez also mentioned that he wanted the team to take things one day at a time on the upcoming road trip. So far, things have gone decently for the 10-14 Aeros, as they took 2-of-4 from the Binghamton Mets and Altoona Curve with three games in Altoona remaining.
Overall for the week the Aeros have gone 4-2, mostly on the strength of their pitching. Akron pitchers combined for a 3.12 ERA and will look to continue that through the rest of the series with the Curve and when they return to Canal Park for a six-game homestand starting Friday. Read More…
From Indians Baseball Insider, April 30, 2013