3 times 9 is 27.
Syracuse 2 Louisville 1
-Brett Tomko (0-6) cannot catch a break. Despite lowering his ERA to 3.12, and tossing 6.2 innings of two-run baseball the Bats (17-37) still lost. Carlos Fisher added two scoreless frames.
-Tomko also went 1-2, providing his only run support with an RBI. 2B Cody Puckett recorded two hits and the only run.
Pensacola 7 Jackson 3
5/22 Game Review
Louisville lost 2-0. Box Score
Miguel Rojas went 1-4 with a double.
Danny Dorn went 1-4 with a double.
Cody Puckett went 2-3 with a double.
Brett Tomko allowed 1 run in 7 innings with 6 walks and 4 strikeouts.
Wirfin Obispo allowed an unearned run in an inning of work.
Brett Tomko lowered his ERA to 3.18 on the season. Cody Puckett raised his line...
After blowing a four-run lead, the Dragons
still managed to come out victorious.
Lehigh Valley 4 Louisville 1
-The Bats (11-25) lost despite another quality start from Brett Tomko (0-4) who went 6.1 innings, allowing three earned runs. Jordan Smith tossed a scoreless inning for Louisville.
-There wasn't much doing for the Bats who got just three hits. One of those, however...
It was not a happy day in the minors,
with three losses and a rainout.
Indianapolis 5 Louisville 1
-Brett Tomko (0-3) was perfect through four innings, before allowing two earned runs in his six innings for the Bats (7-14). He struck out eight. Scott Carroll gave up three earned in just 1/3 of an inning. Ron Mahay and Travis Webb pitched 1.2 scoreless innings.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. -- The Tomko family owns a legacy in Cleveland that has nothing to do with Cincinnati Reds pitcher Brett Tomko, nor does it have anything to do with baseball.
It is all about basketball -- the NBA, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
When Tomko's father, Jerry, was 29 he entered a contest to provide a nickname for the new NBA franchise in Cleveland.
"He not only...
PEORIA, Ariz. -- Matt Latos, the newest occupant of the Cincinnati Reds' pitching rotation, has a Body by Ink, covered in tattoos, and when asked how many tattoos he has he said, "One big one that's not finished yet."
Fortunately for him and the Reds, he did not get tattooed by the Seattle Mariners Tuesday afternoon during his two-inning exhibition debut.
When pitcher Brett Tomko returned to the Reds earlier this month, he walked into the Spring Training clubhouse carrying something that the younger version of himself didn't have during his first turn in Cincinnati.
Right-hander Brett Tomko signed a minor league deal with the Cincinnati Reds - the team that launched his 14-year career - and was invited to join them as they opened camp on Sunday.
Tomko, who turns 39 on April 7, was the Reds' second-round pick in the June 1995 draft. He made it to the majors in 1997 and spent three seasons with Cincinnati. He was part of a four-player package...
Via AP on Fox
February 19, 2012
After passing his physical, veteran pitcher Brett Tomko formally signed a Minor League contract with the Reds on Sunday. He is in Major League camp as a non-roster player and participated in the first workout.
Tomko is back with the team
who originally drafted him
Ben Nicholson-Smith of MLBtraderumors.com has the scoop:
"The Reds have agreed to sign right-hander Brett Tomko to a minor league deal, MLBTR has learned. The 14-year veteran split the 2011 season between the Rangers and their Triple-A affiliate.
Tomko appeared in eight games for the Rangers last year, posting...