Aerodynamics 09/01: Game #137

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Game #137 Wednesday, September 1, 2010 7:05 P.M.
Away Game #66 Waterfront Park Trenton, NJ

Akron Aeros (70-66) vs. Trenton Thunder (79-57)

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Cleveland
Indians                   New
York Yankees

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Aeros Stat of the Day:

  • Seven Aeros batters had multiple
    hit games in Tuesday night’s win over Trenton. The combined total of multi-hit
    games those seven players have for the year is 152.

 

Aerodynamics

  • Light of Day… The Aeros were triumphant over
    Trenton 10-4 as Akron scored in each of its first five innings. Akron started hot as second baseman Jason Kipnis sparked
    the first inning with a triple to right field. After a walk by third baseman
    Lonnie Chisenhall, designated hitter Jerad Head hit an RBI single to score
    Kipnis. First baseman Beau Mills then highlighted the inning with a three-run
    home run to right field. Trenton cut the Aeros lead to 4-2 after a pair of RBI
    singles in the bottom of the first. The Aeros added to their advantage in the
    next two frames. A Kipnis double allowed right fielder Lucas Montero to score from
    second in the second and Mills scored on a sacrifice bunt by catcher Juan
    Apodaca in the third. However, the Thunder responded once again on another pair
    of RBI singles by Daniel Brewer and Romine to make the score 6-4. It was the
    closest Trenton would get as Akron broke the game open in the following couple
    of innings. Head hit an RBI-double to score center fielder Jordan Henry and
    Chisenhall in the fourth and Montero followed with a two-RBI single through the
    hole at second base to plate shortstop Cristo Arnal and Apodaca in the fifth
    for a 10-4 Aeros lead. Both teams remained scoreless from there on out.

  • Wright
    stuff…
    Right-handed reliever Steven Wright earned the win improved to
    2-1. The Torrance, Calif. native gave up four hits and struck out three during
    his time in the middle three innings. Cory Arbiso took the loss to fall to 5-4
    after giving up 10 runs (nine earned) on 13 hits with three walks and three
    strikeouts in four innings of work.

  • Heading
    Home…
    Head had three
    RBI on the night to give him 12 in the last seven games.
    The Topeka, Kan. native currently has an eight game hitting streak and
    has gone 12-34 for a .353 batting average during that span.

  • Chisenhall-of-fame…
    Chisenhall has
    recorded a hit in 17 of his past 19 games. During that stretch, the Newport,
    N.C. native is 25-66 for a .379 average. Chisenhall has also reached first base
    safely in 20 out of his past 21 games.

  • Back
    and forth…
    With the win, Akron gains a game in the Western Division wild card
    chase as Harrisburg fell 1-0 to New Hampshire in extra innings and Altoona
    defeated Bowie 9-1. The Aeros are now 2.5 back of the second-place Senators and
    two games behind the Baysox with six crucial games remaining in the regular
    season. With the Curve’s win, Altoona clinched the Western Division regular
    season title and will be have home field advantage against the wild card
    winner.

  • 700
    Club…
    The Aeros
    congratulate former skipper Brad Komminsk on his 700th victory as
    manager. Komminsk recorded the milestone win during Bowie’s 2-0 win over
    Altoona on Monday. Komminsk was in Akron from 2002 to 2003 and won 244 games
    and led the Aeros to the Eastern League championship in 2003, the first in
    franchise history.

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