Lamigo Monkeys 3 Fubon Guardians 1

Fubon Guardians (9-12) at Lamigo Monkeys (12-9)
Taoyuan International Baseball Stadium
Friday, August 11, 2017

WP: No. 74 Zeke Spruill (11-2, 2.42 ERA)
LP: No. 44 Scott Richmond (6-6, 4.76 ERA)
S: No. 20 Chen Yu-Hsun (27)
MVP: Lamigo SP Zeke Spruill (7 IP, 6 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 5 K)


Home Runs:
Guardians: None
Monkeys: No. 23 Yang Yao-Hsun (5)



Game Notes:

  • Chen Chun-Hsiu's bases-loaded sac fly in the bottom of the sixth proved to be the game-winning RBI as Zeke Spruill and the Lamigo Monkeys edged Scott Richmond and the Fubon Guardians in a well-pitched game in Taoyuan. 
  • Spruill was dominant for the second consecutive outing, allowing just one run as he moves into a tie for the CPBL lead in wins with teammate Zack Segovia. 
  • Richmond turned in a quality start, allowing three runs over six innings. He has allowed three or fewer runs in three straight starts. 
  • Spruill has not allowed a home run in 63.1 consecutive innings, a streak that dates back to May 26.

Attendance: 2:45
Game time: 5,014

Comments

  1. I wrote a comment earlier today regarding the fact that professional teams in the homer-happy era should look for more ground ball pitchers, a comment inspired by Zeke Spruill's success in preventing home runs this season, as reported above. However, the comment has since apparently been deleted. Is there are a problem with your system, or do you routinely delete published comments? This is not the first time that one of my comments has disappeared from your site, and I won't waste my time commenting on your posts if they are not published.

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    1. Hi. No, we did not and would never delete an intelligent baseball post! In fact, we really enjoy your insightful comments. I didn't receive an email notification that said you posted (and we usually do). So perhaps it was a site error... Sorry about that but no, we would never delete a relevant post from a reader!

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    2. Guys like Kern and Woodall are getting more than 2:1 ground outs to fly outs....woodall pitches to contact more than Spruill who gets weak contact as his hits/9 show.

      Loree went from over 50% GBO career but his numbers this year have dipped well below that for reasons I have no idea.

      The one problem with groundball pitchers is their defense. This league has a knack for making routine plays look difficult...

      Thanks for the comments, always insightful and sorry for the technical problems

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