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strikeouts in eight games. – Despite allowing just one hit in the second game, the Sea Dogs suffered a 1-0 loss. Starter Mike McCarthy allowed the lone hit (a single) in four innings of work in which he struck out three and walked five. – Right-hander
year have been to center or right-center; five of his 16 homers in 2013 went out to center or right-center. – Starter Mike McCarthy was very effective in the first game, tossing five shutout innings and allowing just three hits and a walk while punching
five-plus seasons, and in Atlanta, Mike Smith and Matt Ryan took the Falcons to the NFC title game last year, while Mike McCarthy and Aaron Rodgers have a Super Bowl title of their own. But now, all five teams have hit the skids. In New York the
And if they are faced with the read option in 2013, maybe they can take a page from Green Bay’s book -- Packers coach Mike McCarthy said they will visit Texas A&M and coach Kevin Sumlin this offseason in hopes of figuring out a way to slow down San Francisco
wake of his decision to tie his wagon to Colin Kaepernick instead of Alex Smith (at least for the foreseeable future). Mike McCarthy , Packers: Has a good working relationship with his star quarterback and GM, and already has one Super Bowl ring. The
before Dungy stepped down following the 2008 season. •Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers was drafted in 2005, a year before Mike McCarthy became the head coach of the Packers . Rodgers became the starter in 2008, and Green Bay would go on to win a title in 2010
Ted (Thompson) and [team president] Mark [Murphy] and Mike ( McCarthy ) really for believing in me and giving me an opportunity ..... stretch. “We just kept battling,” said Packers coach Mike McCarthy . ”We had some adversity, we lost some guys to injury and we had some rough
Doubront told Thomas. “ I want to be healthy and help the [ Red Sox ] to win games.” – In relief of Doubront, Mike McCarthy was nearly flawless, allowing just one hit in four innings while punching out two. Though the first hitter he faced lined
and six walks. He did strike out once on Sunday, just his third whiff during the 15-game stretch. – Right-hander Mike McCarthy tossed six innings in which he allowed only one unearned run, and the 26-year-old has now logged 12 innings
Marrero, 23, is hitting .293/.379/.379 overall, and .333/.500/.467 against lefties. – Right-hander Mike McCarthy threw six shutout innings, allowing three hits (two singles and a double) with no walks and two strikeouts. He threw 57
The Sea Dogs roster: Pitchers Mike Augliera Miguel Celestino Keith Couch Mike McCarthy Michael Olmsted Matty Ott Henry Owens Miguel Pena Noe Ramirez Nate Reed Robby Scott Sergio Valdez Catchers Mike Brenly Matt Spring
fifth. He walked the bases loaded and allowed a sacrifice fly to make it 4-0. He was also relieved by a minor leaguer, Mike McCarthy , who allowed a two-run double to Chris Calobello that put another two runs on Miller’s line. He finished allowing three
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