Former MVP Hurts Herd
It’s a final from Moosic, PA. On a rainy night, a former Bisons MVP reigned over the Herd. Todd Linden doubled, homered and drove in three as the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees bested the Bisons, 6-1.
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Bisons fans new Linden was better than the .140 average he sported when the Yankees came through Coca-Cola Field. The switch-hitting slugger now has three homeruns in his last five games, finding a grove in the middle of Scranton/Wilkes-Barre lineup.
For Buffalo, Fernando Martinez continued to swing a hot bat with two more hits and a double. He leads the International League with eight two-baggers on the season.
Freddy Garcia was solid on the mound, giving Buffalo a quality start. He allowed just three runs on five hits in six innings.
We off to the bus now…a nice little drive through the night back home to Buffalo. See you at Coca-Cola field for the fridaynightbash! We hear the weather should be fantastic!