Three out of four ain’t bad. Columbus, Akron and Kinston all won 1-run games yesterday. Kinston won the longest game in the history of the Carolina League, beating Myrtle Beach 3-2 in 23 innings. They used eight pitchers to get through the game, which lasted 6 hrs and 27 min. Lake County was the lone loser in the minor league system, dropping a 7-2 decision.
Roberto Perez, C-KIN: 4-9, HR (1), RBI, 3 R, BB, K.
A superhuman game for Perez, as he not only led the team in hits with 4, but he scored all three of the K-Tribe runs and caught ALL 23 INNINGS. I honestly cannot imagine how exhausted he must have been after catching 23 innings in the Carolina heat, and the fact that he was able to swing a bat at all by inning 23 is a miracle. Not only was he able to swing, but he led off the inning with a single and came around to score the winning run and send everyone home. I’d say that Roberto earned himself the day off today, but Kinston has a doubleheader scheduled so he’ll probably find himself behind the dish yet again. Perez is hitting .462/.523/.692 over his last 10 games, and is up to a very respectable .259/.398/.370 on the season. He’s leading the team in OBP and is 5th in AVG, all while playing gold glove defense behind the plate.
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