Bees, Bluefish And Four Lineup Cards

The Bees dropped their final game before the Atlantic League All Star break, but I was able to get four lineup cards from the afternoon game.

Trailing 2-0, New Britain pulled within 2-1 late.  But with runners at first and second with no outs in the top of the 9th, the Bees first baseman fielded a bunt and tried to get the lead runner.  Instead, he threw wildly into left field.  Bridgeport scored three runs in the inning and won 5-2.

The announced crowd was 4,547, but the number was either exaggerated, the vast majority of fans invisible and/or they had left by the time I snapped this picture in the top of the 9th inning.

Bees 3 (July 10, 2016)

Bees manager Stan Cliburn not only gave me his dugout lineup card, but also the two official batting order carbon copies.

Bees (July 10, 2016)

I was also able to get Bridgeport’s lineup card.

Bees 2 (July 10, 2016)

Of note for the Bluefish was former MLB journeyman Endy Chavez playing center field and batting second for the Bluefish.

2016: 36 lineup cards (27 dugout/bullpen; 9 “official batting order”)

Lifetime: 99 lineup cards (74 dugout/bullpen; 23 “official batting order”; and 2 “relief pitcher usage”)

Leagues: MLB: American League; National League. MiLB: International League; Eastern League; Carolina League; New York-Penn League. Independent Leagues: Atlantic League; Can-Am League; American Association. Colleges: NCAA – American Athletic Conference; NCAA – Ivy League; NCAA – Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference; NCAA – Northeast Conference; Cape Cod League; New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL); Futures Collegiate Baseball League (FCBL); Cal Ripken Summer Collegiate League
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