Kane County at Peoria

April 23rd, 2004

Brian Ingram 2B 4 0 0 0
Kory Wayment SS 4 0 0 0
David Castillo C 3 0 0 0
Trevor Brown C 1 0 0 0
Eddie Kim 1B 3 1 0 0
Brian Snyder 3B 3 1 1 0
Dustin Majewski CF 3 0 0 0
David Harriman DH 3 0 1 0
Danny Gibbons LF 2 0 0 0
Chris Tritle RF 3 0 0 0
Sal Frisella LF 4 2 0 0
Brendan Ryan SS 5 1 2 1
Cody Haerther DH 4 0 2 2
Terry Evans CF 3 1 1 1
Tyler Parker RF 4 0 2 0
John Santor 1B 4 0 1 2
Matt Dryer 3B 4 0 0 0
Matt Pagnozzi C 3 1 0 0
Milko Jaramillo 2B 4 2 2 0

E-Wayment, LOB-Cougars-4, Chiefs-6, 2B-Snyder, Evans, Parker, SB-Pagnozzi
Kane County 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 1
Peoria 1 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 X 7 10 0
Steve Bondurant 5 7 6 4 2 0 L (2-2) 0 0 0 23 25 5 10 72 44
Brigmer Leon 2 3 1 1 0 2 ND 0 0 1 9 10 2 2 31 18
J.R. Pickens 1 0 0 0 0 2 ND 0 0 0 3 3 0 1 10 7
Mark Michael 5 2 0 0 1 3 W (2-0) 0 0 0 17 18 10 3 66 38
Brandon DeJaynes 3 0 2 2 3 8 ND 2 0 0 6 9 0 1 62 32
James Mondesir 1 0 0 0 0 1 ND 0 0 0 3 3 0 2
WP-Mondesir 2, HB-Pagnozzi (Leon), IBB-Evans (Bondurant), SO-Ingram 2, Wayment 2, Kim, Snyder, Harriman, Brown, Gibbons 2, Frisella 2, Evans, Ryan, BB-Kim, Snyder, Majewski, Gibbons, Frisella
U-Jesse Redwine, Nick Monaco

The Cougars ran into a great pitching performance by most of the Peoria Chiefs staff tonight as they lost 7-2. Mark Michaels started for the Chiefs and went the first five innings giving up only two hits and one walk. The Cougars got a runner to third in the second after a one out double by Brian Snyder and a ground out by Dusti Majewski to move the runner over. Snyder would be stranded at third after a ground out by David Harriman to end the inning.

Peoria on the other hand had no offensive problems as they cranked out ten hits and seven runs against Steve Bondurant and Brigmer Leon. Bondurant just gave up too many hits along with two walks. Two errors by the Cougars that helped ammount to two of the runs didn't help much either.

Things started off bad in the first for the Cougars as Sal Frisella started things off with a walk. Two outs later Terry Evans would double to left to score Frisella for the first run of the game. Milko Jaramillo lead off the third with a single to center. He would've been picked off by Bondurant at first. Only problem is that the throw from first baseman Eddie Kim was high and Jaramillo would be safe at second. Two out later, Cory Haerther singled to center to score Jaramillo.

Jaramillo would lead off the fifth inning, that would amount in the end to a six to nothing lead for the Chiefs. He would single to right. Frisella then grounded one to short, shortstop Kory Wayment tried to flip one to second baseman Brian Ingram but flipped the ball over his head and everyone was safe. Jaramillo would get to third on the error by Wayment. Brenden Ryan singled to center to score Jaramillo. A ground out later, the Cougars intentionally walked Terry Evans to load the bases with only one out, to try to put a double play in order so that they could escape the inning. Tyler Parker grounded one to first for the second out. On the play Frisella scored and everyone else would move up a base. John Santor lined one to center that centerfielder Dustin Majewski almost caught, that would drive in Ryan and Evans.

Amazingly the Chiefs wouldn't be done scoring or tortoring their fans. Matt Pagnozzi was hit by Brigmer Leon to lead things off in the sixth. Pagnozzi would steal second base. Two outs later, Ryan singled to center to put runners ont eh corners. Haerther singled to center to score Pagnozzi for the seventh run.

Kane County would score their two runs in a wacky seventh inning. Chiefs reliever Brandon DeJaynes walked the bases full of Cougars, Kim, Snyder and Majewski. Harriman would strikeout for the first out. Danny Gibbons would be struck out for the second out. With two strike on Chris Tritle, DeJaynes threw a wild pitch that would score Kim. The next pitch was also wild and this one would score Snyder. The next pitch Tritle would be caught looking at to end the inning.

Parker would lead off the seventh inning with a double pff the top of the wall in center. Santor then lined out to center. Matt Dryer would ground out to third to move Parker to third, with two outs. Brigmer Leon then got Pagnozzi to ground out to short to end the threat.

The Cougars struck out 12 times, six of those were looking. They also walked three times. Snyder and Harriman had the only two hits. J.R. Pickens came in and pitched a perfect eighth inning with two strike outs.

Play By Play

Cougars 1st
Ingram, lined out to first
Wayment, popped up foul to first
Castillo, ground out third base to first base

Chiefs 1st
Frisella, walked
Ryan, popped up to right
Haerther, popped up foul to left
Evans, doubled to left, Frisella scored
Parker, ground out second base to first base
Cougars 0, Chiefs 1

Cougars 2nd
Kim, grounded out pitcher to first base
Snyder, double to right
Majeski, ground out second base to first base
Harriman, ground out third base to first base

Chiefs 2nd
Santor, popped out to center
Dryer, ground out third base to first base
Pagnozzi, fly out to center

Cougars 3rd
Gibbons, struck out looking
Tritle, struck out looking
Ingram, groun dout second base to first base

Chiefs 3rd
Jaramillo, single to center
Frisella, ground out short stop to first base, Jaramillo to second
Ryan, popped out to center
Haerther, single to center, Jaramillo scored
Evans, flied out to right
Cougars 0, Chiefs 2

Cougars 4th
Wayment, ground out pitcher to first base
Castillo, ground out third base to first base
Kim, strike out

Chiefs 4th
Parker, single to left
Santor, fly out to center
Dryer, fly out to right
Pagnozzi, fly out to center

Cougars 5th
Snyder, line out to second
Majewski, ground out second base to first base
Harriman, singled to right
Gibbons, walked, Harriman to second
Tritle, reach on fielder's choice, Gibbons out at second third to second

Chiefs 5th
Jaramillo, singled to right
Frisella, reached on fielder's choice, error on short stop on throw to second, Jaramillo to third on error.
Ryan, singled to center, Jaramillo scored, Frisella to second
Haerther, ground out second base to pitcher, Frisella to third, Ryan to second
Evans, intentionally walked, bases loaded
Parker, ground out to first, Frisella scored, Ryan to third, Evans to second
Santor, single to center, Ryan and Evans scored
Dryer, popped out to right
Cougars 0, Chiefs 6

Cougars 6th
Pitching Change:Brandon DeJaynes replaces Mark Michael
Ingram, struck out looking
Wayment, struck out looking
Castillo, popped up foul to third

Chiefs 6th
Pitching Change:Brigmer Leon replaces Steve Bondurant
Pagnozzi, hit by pitch
-Pagnozzi, steals second
Jaramillo, flied out to center
Frisella, strike out
Ryan single to center, Pagnozzi to third
Haerther, single to center, Pagnozzi scored, Ryan to second
Evans, struck out looking
Cougars 0, Chiefs 7

Cougars 7th
Kim, walked
Snyder, walked, Kim to second
Majewski, walked, bases loaded
-wild pitch, Kim scored, Snyder to third, Majewski to second
Harriman, strike out
-wild pitch, Snyder scored, Majewski to third
Gibbons, strike out
Tritle, strike out looking
Cougars 2, Chiefs 7

Chiefs 7th
Parker, double to center
Santor, lined out to center
Dryer, ground out third base to first base
Pagnozzi, ground out short stop to first base

Cougars 8th
Ingram, strike out
Wayment, strike out
Pinch Hitter:Trevor Brown replaces David Castillo
Brown, strike out looking

Chiefs 8th
Pitching Change:J.R. Pickens replaces Brigmer Leon
Jaramillo, flied out to center
Frisella, strike out looking
Ryan, strike out

Cougars 9th
Pitching Change:James Mondesir replaces Brandon DeJaynes
Kim, lined out to first
Snyder, strike out
Majewski, flied out to center