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May 27, 2007 May 27, 2007

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Halfway to DiMaggio: Joe Jiannetti’s fourth inning double extended his hitting streak to 28 games, setting a new Atlantic League record.

The first 25 games of the streak were from when he was with the Surf in 2006, and the final three were for the Bears this year. – Mike Ashmore

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1. KenD - May 27, 2007

Not to take anything away from the streak, but Jiannetti then proceeded to get doubled off second base on a deep fly to center. The only explanation for the play was that he forgot how many outs there were.

Need to comment on the outstanding performance by Carlos Mirabal. Although he only went five, he was overpowering. Moreover, what stood out was his tenacity in overcoming adversity. Josh Arteaga had a tough game at short with two errors including one at the front end of what should have been a double play and Mirabal did not let down. An excellent pitching performance. Got to think some orgnization is keeping an eye on him.

Boy the Barnstormers need some hitting. Henkel didn’t pitch bad at all. Really just the HR to VRod.

They need hitting as badly as the Bears need fans. 1719 on a Memorial Day Saturday night game is not good. Too bad, it’s a good product in Newark this year. I don’t think the lack of beer is huring attendance. It is hurting revenues.

2. Fausto Gabon - May 27, 2007

You can’t get a beer at a Bear game?

3. Fausto Gabon - May 27, 2007

Saw thw NYT article, too bad for the Bear mgmt.

4. www.BrickCityBruins.com - May 28, 2007

The absence of beer is only temporary. It’ll be flowing again as soon as the new vendor settles in.


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