Aerodynamics Game #121: 08/19/10

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Game #123 · Thursday, August 19, 2010 · 7:05 P.M.
Road Game #60 · FirstEnergy Stadium · Reading, PA
Akron
Aeros (63-59) at Reading Phillies (59-62)

Cleveland Indians                            Philadelphia
Phillies

Aerodynamics

  • Extra
    innings…
    The Aeros took the Phillies into extra innings Wednesday night,
    but could not pull out the win as they dropped a 3-2 decision on the road. Both
    starting pitchers allowed two-run home runs, but remained solid otherwise. The scoring began in the top of the fourth
    inning when designated hitter Jerad Head extended his hit streak to 16 games
    with a two-run home run over the left field fence, scoring second baseman Jason
    Kipnis, who reached on a walk.
    The R-Phils tied the game in the bottom of
    the sixth when Michael Spidale singled to left field and Tagg Bozied hit his
    third home run of the series to even the score 2-2. After three shutout innings
    by both teams, Reading
    scored the deciding run when John Suomi scored after a fielding error by first
    baseman Beau Mills and a throwing error by Kipnis.

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  • Building
    Barnes…
    Akron’s
    starting pitcher Scott Barnes earned a no decision despite limiting the
    Phillies to just two runs on four hits. He struck out five and walked one over
    six strong innings. The Chicopee, Mass.
    native has four straight quality starts of at least six innings pitched and
    fewer than three earned runs.
    During that stretch, Barnes has struck out 22
    batters against eight walks with six runs over 25 innings pitched.

  • Oh my… Right-handed
    reliever Omar Aguilar (2-5) took the loss even though he did not record an
    earned run in his 1.1 innings of work. The
    Merced, Calif. Native holds a 0.00 ERA in his last seven appearances where he
    has allowed just two hits and four walks, while striking out nine batters in
    7.1 combined innings

  • Back and
    forth…
    Akron returns home Friday night to start a three-day weekend series
    with the Harrisburg Senators. The two teams are in the thick of the Western
    Division wild card race, along with the Bowie Baysox. After moving into a tie
    for third place on Tuesday, the Aeros dropped back down to fourth place with
    the 3-2 loss at Reading and the Senators’ 10-1 win over Erie. Bowie fell 3-0 at
    the hands of Trenton, so Akron remains
    two games back of the wild card with 20 games to be decided.

  • Reading
    vs. Jason…
    Infielder Jason Kipnis hit streak ended Wednesday vs. Reading,
    but not before he could extend it to double digits on Tuesday. Kipnis became
    the eighth player on the Aeros to have a hit streak of 10 consecutive games or
    more. So far in the month of August, the Northbrook, Ill. native has hit .356
    (21-59) with seven multi-hit games and nine extra base hits with three home
    runs, three triples, and three doubles. He has hit 14 RBI and scored 11 runs. Kipnis has crossed the plate in six
    straight games for the Aeros, scoring a total of seven runs.
    Wednesday also
    marked the end of the team reaching double hits in four-straight games with New
    Britain and Reading. In those four games, the Aeros belted out 59 hits.

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