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All Hands on Deck: Greensboro highlights a short Monday schedule

Osvaldo Bido
Photo by Sam Santilli of WVNews

On a day when only two games were scheduled to play, Bradenton’s play was stopped by rain while Greensboro squeezed out another one run win over Lakeland.


Bradenton held a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the third at Fort Myers when the game was delayed because of rain.

Aaron Shortridge allowed one run in three innings, on a solo homer, while walking one and K’ing two.

A day after his hitting streak came to an end, Travis Swaggerty hit his third home run. Chris Sharpe doubled in a pair in the first. Cal Mitchell had two hits.


Greensboro (29-14) notched their third one-run win over Lakeland (14-29) in two days by a score of 2-1, even though they didn’t need a walk-off homer to do it.

23 year old right-hander Osvaldo Bido (6-2, 2.45) continued his good season, scattering three hits and a walk over six innings in allowing just one run. He struck out five.

Joe Jacques (2.86) followed with four strikeouts in two scoreless innings of relief.

Greensboro got their first run when LF Fabricio Macias (232/284/384) singled in CF Lolo Sanchez (320/401/513) in the third, followed an inning later by a solo homer from C Grant Koch (219/281/371), his third.

Macias had two of the Grasshoppers’ three hits, the other Koch’s home run.