Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Biscuits Fall To Jacksonville, Again

Montgomery BiscuitsThe Montgomery Biscuits had a day game, too. In Jacksonville. And, like the Class A Catfish, the Double-A Biscuits had a bad outcome to their game. Jacksonville beat the Biscuits, 6-4.
(John) Lindsey's three-run two-bagger increased his RBI total to 20, tied with Montgomery's Reid Brignac for the most in the Southern League. Xavier Paul, who has hit safely in 11 straight games, blasted a two-run homer in the sixth inning. The designated hitter has gone yard against the Biscuits (12-13) in each of the last two ballgames.

William Juarez (3-1) got the win after allowing three runs -- one earned -- on six hits over five innings. Matt Riley was touched for a run in two innings, while Zachary Hammes tossed two scoreless innings in his first appearance of the season for the Suns (14-11). The 22-year-old missed the month of April due to a strained back.

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The Biscuits head home to open a series with the Mississippi Braves. As it stands now, I'll be meeting up with Two Dogs (Mean Ole Meany) for the Saturday match-up. Should be fun.

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