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We're looking for a hit," said native son Orlando Gomez, the Keys' manager who had to digest his slice of birthday cake following the team's sixth straight loss. The Keys produced just one meaningful hit Friday night ----a solo home run from No.
In 1989, Gomez was managing the now defunct Gastonia (N.C.) Rangers of the South Atlantic League when a 17-year-old catcher by the name of Ivan Rodriguez made his professional debut. Today, the first professional game for a young phenom, like Pudge,
Trailing by a run in the top of the fifth inning, the game completely unraveled for Frederick. Keys starting pitcher Bobby Bundy lost his command, manager Orlando Gomez was ejected and shortstop Jonathan Schoop committed three errors. With the bases
Limited to just 10 games with Double-A Bowie, Mahoney has missed a considerable amount of time in the first half of the year due to a--strained quadriceps that has forced him to go on the disabled list twice. During his latest trip to the DL, Mahoney
There was nothing particularly unusual about the transaction. Such moves are regularly made throughout the minor league season. The 19-year-old Schoop had played well for the Shorebirds and earned a promotion. Except this roster move was already the
Tyler Townsend had two hits, including a home run in the fifth, and two RBIs...Meanwhile, Tanaka, the newest member of the Keys' rotation, scattered five Salem hits with four strikeouts and Frederick stretched its lead to 21U2 games in the Carolina
Mollenhauer, acquired by the Orioles via the Rule 5 draft, launched a 3-2 pitch over the wall in right-center field to lift the Keys to a 6-5 victory over the Myrtle Beach Pelicans at Harry Grove Stadium. "I hadn't really done much the whole game. So,
Schutz, a recent call-up for the Frederick Keys, had already tried to bunt unsuccessfully earlier in the game and was hoping, on his next glance to the third-base coaching box, that manager Orlando Gomez would take the sign off and allow him to swing.
After producing 32 runs over their last five games, the Keys managed an unearned run on four hits in a 2-1 loss to the Myrtle Beach Pelicans at Harry Grove Stadium. The mood in the clubhouse afterward, however, was not that sour. Despite losing a
The duo at the top of the order reached base six more times Monday afternoon, scoring a pair of insurance runs in a four-run fourth inning and three runs total as Frederick rebounded from an early deficit to defeat Myrtle Beach, 8-4. "Bobby and I are