It's a beautiful day. Let's recap two (days)!
Our weekly look at the standings.
No offense for the Red Wings. Johnson and Johnson complete a shutout as the Lookouts split. A wild inning lifts the Miracle. Murphy's law wasn't enough for the Kernels.
A big comeback for the Red Wings. A not awful, but not good day for Jose Berrios. Not much offense for the Miracle. A second big day for Trey Vavra. Randy LeBlanc strikes out four in one inning.
Highlights and sidelights.
Our regular Saturday feature, which actually shows up on Saturday for a change.
In looking at these, remember that they are done on a team-by-team basis. In other words, we're giving an award for being the best player on each team for the 2014 season. Thus, someone who spent half the season for one team and half the season for another, while he may have done very well for both, might not be the player of the year for either one.
Well, August and the first day of September.
I know these are late, but having done them all year, I wanted to do the last one, too. We'll have players of the month for August at some point as well.
A big inning isn't enough for Elizabethton. Aaron Hicks and Kris Johnson lead Rochester to victory. A big day for Jorge Polanco.