The Indianapolis Indians were walk off winners. Andy Oliver did some impressive work with his 94-mile-per-hour fastball. Check out Jordy Mercer crush a baseball for his first homer of the season at the 2:15 mark. Jared Goedert walked off the Mud Hens and cranked up the victory bell.
“Honestly, I thought I walked on a close call and then [the umpire] called it a strike, but I wasn’t thinking about [the cycle],” the California native said. “I got the head out and the guy threw a good pitch; fortunately, I got the barrel on the ball and it took off. I came back to the dugout and it kinda hit me, ‘Wow, I did the cycle in four at-bats.’ It was a pretty cool night, I’m definitely happy. As a team, we put it to them tonight.”
Lambo missed most of last year after he had surgery on his right wrist. He is crushing the ball with Altoona and just missed a cycle on April 6. Lambo’s numbers are all listed below…gotta love the ten hits.
“It was a great individual night, but also a great team night,” said Lambo. “I definitely won’t forget it. I’ve never done that, period, so it’s definitely a big accomplishment.
Cool video on Jared Hughes pitching in Altoona that rolls into a video on Pedro Alvarez too…
Those four Alen Hanson errors have me very curious when I look at the Bradenton Marauders numbers.
The West Virginia Power stats with impressive power from Stetson Allie….along with nine punch outs.