Staten Island Yankees Win Walk-Off Style


Yankees Legend and YES Network Announcer Paul O’Neill was in attendance as the Staten Island Yankees defeated the Aberdeen Ironbirds in 13 innings at the Richmond County Bank Ballpark…read more

Jairo Heredia

Yankees prospect Jairo Heredia got the start for the Baby Bombers, he pitched four and a third innings allowing a run on four hits, two walks while striking out five.

John Murphy Run down

John Murphy got started at short and led off for the Yankees.  He was 2-for-5 in the game and is seen here tagging out Jared Breen after a run down in the fifth.

Mike O'Neill

Centerfielder Michael O’Neill hit in his sixth consecutive game.

Kale Sumner HBP

Kale Sumner’s hitting streak was snapped at five games.  He reached base twice, once on a walk and once on a hit by pitch (shown here)

Yeicok Calderon

Yeicok Calderon was 3-for-7 in the game, including the game winning RBI base hit in the 13th inning.

Isaias Tejeda

Isaias Tejeda had two hits in the game

Mikeson Oliberto

Mikeson Oliberto had one hit in six at bats.

Daniel Alderich

Daniel Alderich was the designated hitter and was 0-for-4 with two walks

Hector Crespo

Hector Crespo had two hits in six trips to the plate

Bubba Jones Baserunning

Bubba Jones had no hits but walked and scored a run


A member of the Pinstripe Patrol dance team tosses t-shirts into the crowd

Charles Haslup

Charlie Haslup came in relief of Heredia pitching an inning and two-thirds striking out three

Andy Beresford

Andy Beresford followed allowing an unearned run on two hits in two innings of work.

Tyler Webb

He was followed by Tyler Webb who had three strikeouts in two innings of shutout baseball.

Stefan Lopez

Stefan Lopez pitched two scoreless innings in relief.

 Dillon McNamara

Staten Island’s own Dillon McNamara pitched a scoreless inning to earn his first professional win.

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2 Responses to Staten Island Yankees Win Walk-Off Style

  1. chunhuaseo says:

    The depth of the Yankees pitching at the minor league level is about to get a little bit deeper as right-hander Jairo Heredia — who missed all of 2012 — is set to make his official return to the mound on Saturday.

  2. gcorcoran says:

    These are awesome man! I love that picture of Paully O'Neill

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