I try to see every home game that Darin Gorski pitches in and it’s well worth the trip. He is a great thinking pitcher who uses a terrific change-up and on Monday he was masterful and just keeps getting better.
Gorski capped off a brilliant month of May pitching a two-hit, complete game, Memorial Day masterpiece to help Binghamton past New Britain, 5-0, at NYSEG Stadium. Gorski faced just three batters over the minimum.
The outing didn’t start smoothly for the B-Met ace, when Corey Wimberly ripped Gorski’s first pitch of the game into the left field corner for a double. That pitch, an 89 mph fastball arrived at the plate too high and too tight; a perfect pitch for a batter hitting from the right side, to pull.
But, Gorski is a fast learner. The tall lefthander retired the next 14 batters in succession. Gorski, noted for inducing batters to hit the ball in the air, was in almost perfect form on Monday. Thirteen New Britain batters hit fly balls to the outfield, three to B-Met left fi...