Beasley pitches four scoreless innings in his third start

In his first two starts of the season former Toombs County Bulldog Jeremy Beasley pitched thee no-hit innings at home against Pensacola and two no-hit innings at Mississippi. However, in next inning in each start Jeremy gave up hits and runs and was lifted from the game. In his third start- at home against the Montgomery Biscuits- he threw four innings and did not allow a run. Jeremy yielded four hits with four strikeouts and two walks as his Mobile BayBears defeated the Biscuits 4-1.

Beasley did not get the win because you have to throw five innings as a starter. Michael Santos took the victory throwing four innings of two-hit ball and former Georgia Tech pitcher Zac Ryan threw the ninth and claimed the save. Montgomery’s only run was ruled unearned.

Jeremy faced five batters in the first inning. He retired Lucas Fox on four pitches with a swinging strikeout. He gave up back-to-back singles to Josh Lowe and Dalton Kelly. Kelly was thrown out a second base on his hit.

With Lowe at third base Jesus Sanchez walked and then Sanchez stole second base. With two Biscuits in scoring position it took Jeremy seven pitches to end the threat on a strikeout of Tristan Gray.

In the top of the second inning a single, a fielder’s choice and and a walk loaded the bases with nobody out. After a mound visit Beasley shut the door on the Biscuits. A strikeout swinging, a pop up to third base notched two outs and the final out came at home plate on a tag out by the catcher.

In the third inning Lowe and Kelly came back up and both flied out to center fielder Brandon Marsh. The third out came on a grounder to short.

Gray opened the fourth inning flying out to center and then Robbie Tenerowicz doubled to right. No problem Jeremy took care of Brett Sullivan on a ground out to second and he struck out David Rodriquez swinging on a 1-2 pitch.

All four of Beasley’s innings were shutout frames against Montgomery. So far this season 9-of-his-10 (90%) complete innings have been shutout innings. For his career 115 of Jeremy’s 145 complete innings have been shutout innings for a percentage of 79.3%.