Pellegrini One From Record

Minor League Baseball

Brian Pellegrini

Lexington Legends outfielder Brian Pellegrini moved one home run from the single-season team record with his 24th home run of the season in a 12-inning Lexington victory.  Pellegrini has eight games remaining in the season to break Beau Herod’s and Hunter Pence’s record of 25 home runs in a season.  Brian has 31 home runs on the year between Lexington and high A Lancaster.  His 31 home runs rank second in all of minor league baseball.

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Minor League Baseball

Matt Moore

Bowling Green Hot Rods vs. Hickory Crawdads

  • Bowling Green ace Matthew Moore will open the series against Hickory tonight on the mound for the Hot Rods.  Moore is 7-4 with a 2.68 ERA and 141 strikeouts in 100.2 innings this season.  His 141 strikeouts rank third in the South Atlantic League, five behind Lexington’s Jordan Lyles for most in the league.  Moore’s 2.68 ERA is fourth lowest in the league.
  • Hot Rods catcher Tyler Hauschild has one of the strangest hitting streaks you’ll ever see.  Hauschild is currently enjoying a seven-game hitting streak stretched over 25 days.  Hauschild joined the Hot Rods on July 14 and began his hitting streak on July 18.  Tyler has found playing time hard to come by behind Rays prospect Jake Jeffries, who does most of the catching for Bowling Green.  Hauschild has played in 11 games for Bowling Green this season and has at least one hit in nine of them.
  • The Hot Rods are 1-3 against Hickory on the season.  Starting pitcher Chris Andujar has the only win for the Hot Rods and it came while he was pitching out of the Bowling Green bullpen.  No Hot Rod with more than two games played against the Crawdads is batting over .250 against Hickory.
  • Hickory will send right-handed pitcher Jacob Brigham to the mound to open the series with Bowling Green tonight.  Brigham is 2-6 with a 5.12 ERA in 19 games this season.  One of Brigham’s two wins on the year came against Bowling Green when he shutout the Hot Rods through 5.1 innings on April 11, his first start of the season.  As a starting pitcher Bigham is 2-3 with a 4.53 ERA in 11 games.