PawSox's Doyle derails 'Riders

Veteran right-hander allows one hit in 6 1/3 shutout innings

By Staff | April 7, 2013 6:59 PM ET

Terry Doyle (1-0) cruised through the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre lineup Sunday, yielding one hit over 6 1/3 scoreless innings as Pawtucket remained unbeaten with a 6-2 win. The Boston College product and New England native pitched around five walks by striking out five batters.

Mark Hamilton went 3-for-5 with a double and a pair of RBIs for the PawSox, who also got two RBIs from Ryan Lavarnway.

Yankees No. 10 prospect Zoilo Almonte delivered a run-scoring single and walked for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.


Top Reds prospect Billy Hamilton, returning to the lineup after missing one game, tripled and scored a run in Louisville's 3-2 loss to Toledo. The speedy center fielder showed no ill effects after leaving Friday's game with a cramp.

Top Tigers prospect Nick Castellanos collected three hits, including a double and scored a run for the Mud Hens, while Danny Dorn plagued his former team with a two-run homer in the first inning.


Oklahoma City put together a five-run 11th and outlasted Memphis in a 14-10 slugfest. Jake Elmore led the way for the RedHawks, going 5-for-6 with a homer, three RBIs, a walk and three runs scored. Trevor Crowe and Marc Krauss also went deep.

Rehabbing Cardinals infielder David Freese was 3-for-5 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored, while Justin Christian chipped in three hits and drove in four runs. Cards No. 6 prospect Michael Wacha yielded two runs on five hits and four walks over four innings in his Triple-A debut.


Mariners No. 5 prospect James Paxton gave up two runs and scattered seven hits over four innings in Tacoma's 5-4 loss to Fresno. The left-hander notched six strikeouts without issuing a walk.

Michael Kickham, the Giants' No. 12 prospect, allowed a run on four hits and three walks while also fanning six over five frames. Brett Pill drove in a pair of runs for the Grizzlies.

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