The BlueClaws took two of three from Greenville with a 3-1 win on Friday night.
LAKEWOOD, NJ - Adonis Medina struck out 10 over six innings to lead the BlueClaws to a 3-1 win over Greenville on Friday night at FirstEnergy Park.
The BlueClaws (21-14) took two of three from the Drive (21-12) in their lone series of the season.
Medina's (1-2) 10 strikeouts tied a career high set on April 20th at West Virginia as the right-hander earned his first win of the season.
The BlueClaws took the lead in the bottom of the sixth inning on a Darick Hall RBI double and added a run on a Henri Lartigue SAC fly. Hall has now driven home 15 runs in 14 games since coming back from an injury on April 27th.
Harold Arauz threw two scoreless innings in relief and Will Hibbs tossed a scoreless ninth for his third save. Hibbs has now thrown 18 scoreless innings this season.
Raul Rivas went 2-4, his first multi-hit game as a BlueClaw.
The BlueClaws are now 10-10 this year when scoring three runs or less. They won five games in the entire first half last year when scoring three or less. Meanwhile, the BlueClaws have now allowed three runs or less in 19 times in their first 35 games of the season.
The BlueClaws open a four-game series with the Columbia Fireflies (Mets) on Saturday at 4:05 pm at FirstEnergy Park.
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