Found June 30, 2012 on Mets Merized Online:
Another three wild pitches? Do I have to ship you off to Kingsport? Buffalo 8, Louisville 0 By Connor O’Brien The Buffalo Bisons beat the Louisville Bats last night by a score of 8-0. Matt Harvey, who was recently selected to play in the Triple-A All-Star Game, took the mound for the Bisons, looking to improve to 7-3. He was dominant. Harvey allowed just two hits and one walk in seven shutout innings. He also struck out nine. Harvey was on point the whole night, and could have even pitched into the eighth as he had only 94 pitches through seven. However, Wally Backman turned to the bullpen to get the final six outs. First, he called upon Elvin Ramirez. Ramirez threw a scoreless inning, striking out a batter. Pedro Beato came in for the ninth. He is progressing very well with his rehab and also threw a scoreless inning. The Bisons also had a great night on offense. They began the scoring in the first, with Brad Emaus hitting a two-RBI single. Then in the second, Oswaldo Navarro hit h...
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