WooSox Rewind: Worcester hanging tough as second half begins

The Worcester Red Sox began the second half of their season last week with an abbreviated series against the Syracuse Mets at Polar Park, and still find themselves with striking distance of the top spot in the International League’s East Division.

Syracuse 6, WooSox 5 (10 innings)
LP: Zack Kelly (4-3)
Big hits:
Christin Stewart 4th inning RBI single

Nick Sogard 7th inning RBI single

Ronaldo Hernández 8th inning RBI double

What went wrong: Late-game comeback was spoiled by a poor tenth inning.

Syracuse 7, WooSox 3
LP: Durbin Feltman (1-5)
Big hits:
Ronaldo Hernández 3rd inning RBI single

Johan Mieses 4th inning RBI single

What went wrong: An ugly 4th inning and it was the beginning of the end.

WooSox 10, Syracuse 8
WP: Chase Shugart (1-0); S: Frank German (2)
Big hits:
Cam Cannon 2nd inning RBI single

Ronaldo Hernández 5th inning two-run double

Grant Williams 7th inning RBI single

Johan Mieses 8th inning RBI single

Unsung heroes: Triston Casas 2-4, 2R; Connor Wong 2-5, 2R; Nick Sogard 1-2, 2 sac flies; Andrew Politi 2 innings scoreless relief.

210Sports’ WooSox of the week
Batter: Ronaldo Hernández 6-13, 3 doubles, 5 RBI, 2 runs.
Pitcher: Chase Shugart 2IP, 0 R, 0 H, 2 K, win

Last week’s transactions
*Friday, July 22: Boston recalled Brayan Bello from Worcester, selected the contract of Yolmer Sánchez from Worcester, optioned Connor Wong to Worcester, and transferred the rehab assignment of Matt Barnes to Worcester. Worcester activated Triston Casas from the 7-day injured list.
*Saturday, July 23: Boston selected the contract of Jaylin Davis from Worcester.
*Sunday, July 24: Worcester added Cameron Cannon from Portland.

This week’s schedule
at Buffalo Bisons (Toronto Blue Jays)
Monday: off
Tuesday: 7pm
Wednesday: 7pm
Thursday: 1pm
Friday: 7pm
Saturday: 6pm
Sunday: 1pm
Schedule subject to change

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