Hoping to turn their luck around against Richmond Wednesday night, the Aeros couldn't stop Richmond from scoring late in the game as an eighth inning three run home run by Richmond's Mark Minicozzi took the game right out of the Aeros hands, and they lost 4-3.
Tuesday night in Richmond, the Akron Aeros faced off against the Richmond Flying Squirrels. Akron put the pressure on the Squirrels early, scoring three runs in the top of the second inning, but Richmond came out on top, 7-6.
Saturday night in Altoona, the Akron Aeros stole the game from the Curve off a home run by third basemen Giovanny Urshela. Trailing 5-4 in the top of the ninth, Urshela's shot led the Aeros to a 6-5 victory over the Altoona Curve.
“I am not going to say that I'm happy it happened, but this is the minor leagues and you have to learn. You have to show up to play every day. Whatever happened yesterday you have to turn the page. This is a learning moment.” Akron Aeros' manager Edwin Rodriguez had that to say about his team's 9-4 loss Friday night.
By the third time Francisco Lindor walked up to the plate Thursday night at Canal Park, the Akron faithful began to chant, "Fran-cis-co." The highly-touted Indians prospect put on a show and gave everyone a look into the type of hitter he can be, going 3-for-5 with a home run, a double and three runs batted in to lead the Aeros to a 5-1 win over the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
In a high scoring game Sunday afternoon, the Akron Aeros fell to the Richmond Flying Squirrels in the fourth game of the five game series. Akron's defense allowed 15 runs to Richmond and answered by scoring only 7 runs themselves.
Richmond, VA- The Akron Aeros got off to a slow start Saturday evening at The Diamond Stadium in Richmond, Virginia. The game against the Flying Squirrels went scoreless up until the last three innings when the Aeros were able to score nine runs to earn a 9-3 win and record a third straight victory.
Aeros first basemen Jesus Aguilar celebrated his 23rd birthday Sunday afternoon at Canal Park and did his part to contribute getting ejected from the game in the fourth inning for arguing a strike call.
The Harrisburg Senators finished a three game sweep of the Akron Aeros Wednesday afternoon at Metro Bank Park. Aeros RHP Will Roberts (6-8) took the loss for the Aeros while Harrisburg's Taylor Hill stretched his winning record to 7-2.
Harrisburg, PA- For the second night in a row the Akron Aeros fell to the Harrisburg Senators. Akron trailed by one run most of the game until the Senators secured their lead by scoring two more runs in the bottom on of the 8th making the final score 4-1.
The Akron Aeros fell to the Harrisburg Senators 7-1 on Monday evening in the first game of the series. Akron Aeros starter Brett Brach (4-4, 4.89) allowed four runs over six innings, including giving up a first inning solo home run to Harrisburg's Jerad Head .
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