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Bazardo shines in Texas League debut

Right-hander blanks Hooks for seven innings

By Marissa Rega / MLB.com


Acquired in the deal that sent Ron Villone to the Florida Marlins, Yorman Bazardo pitched seven shutout innings in his Texas League debut Friday.


Yorman Bazardo pitched seven scoreless innings in his Texas League debut on Friday night as the San Antonio Missions cruised to a 13-1 victory over the Corpus Christi Hooks at Wolff Stadium.

Acquired from the Florida Marlins' organization on July 31, Bazardo (9-7) allowed just three hits and a walk while fanning five to lower his Double-A ERA to 3.75. The 21-year-old right-hander started the season with the Carolina Mudcats and pitched one game with the Marlins before being dealt as part of the trade involving Ron Villone.


Reliever Renee Cortez gave up a hit but struck out three in a scoreless eighth. Mike Flannery, who was part of the July 31 transaction, lost the shutout in the ninth by yielding a two-out RBI double to J.R. Phillips.


More than half of the Missions' offense came on home runs. Jon Nelson slugged a solo shot in the second and Adam Jones blasted a two-run jack in the fourth. Two-run homers by Ismael Castro and Jesus Guzman in the sixth extended San Antonio's lead to 10-0.


T.J. Bohn Jr., Jesse Hoorelbeke and Jaime Bubela each contributed an RBI for the Missions.


Corpus Christi starter Peter Bauer (2-2) surrendered five runs on six hits and a walk over four innings, striking out three.

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