The Rochester Red Wings lost Thursday night on the road by a 10-2. The Wing’s only two offensive runs came on groundouts in the sixth.
RHP Franklyn Kilome started the game for the Rochester Red Wings. However, he only pitched 2.2 innings and gave up five walks, allowing two earned runs. The Bisons started scoring with two in the bottom of the third.
LHP Alex Troop made his debut on the mound for the Wings in relief of Kilome, finishing with 0.2 innings pitched, surrendering a hit and a walk. Troop becomes the 80th different player to have appeared in a game for the Red Wings this season, as Rochester continues to add to their franchise-record number, which previously stood at 77. Two solo home runs in the bottom of the fifth would put Buffalo ahead 4-0, and the Bisons wouldn’t look back.
In the top of the sixth, the Wings would respond. A pitch would hit 1B John Nogowski before 3B Jake Alu extended his hit streak to 10 games with a sixth-inning single. With two on, groundouts by LF Nick Banks and RF Jack Dunn would score Nogowski and Alu. The two runs would bring make the score 4-2. The Bisons would score six in the bottom of the sixth, capping their rally with a three-run home run.
RHP Matt Brill and LHP Matt Cronin would pitch a scoreless seventh and eighth inning, respectively. The scoreless outing for Brill marks his sixth straight outing without allowing a run.
The Red Wings will continue their last road trip of the 2022 and the series in Buffalo at 6:05 p.m. tomorrow nigh. Rochester will send RHP Logan Verrett (7-9) to the mound looking to rebound.