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Cardinals Devour Expos 11-0

Photos By Joe Gigli

Augusta - New Jersey Cardinals hosted the Vermont Expos on Friday August 17, 2001. The Cardinals put up 11 runs and shut out their competition. (above) The umpire looks on and stand clear as Mackerel Jordon, swollows bat boy Warren Brown. (right) Cardinals #3 Santo De Los Santos, streches out a double on Expos #8 Ryan Ellis.

Augusta - Skylands Park - NJ Cardinals blew out the Vermont Expos 11-0 on Friday August 17, 2001, in front of

Cards Shut Out Expos 11-0

2800+ fans. (above) A Cardinal batter # 12 dan Moylan waits for his pitch. (right) Cardinals Starting pitcher Corey Mattison pitched, gets the win pitching 6 scoreless innings and allowing only 2 hits.

(left) Young Daniel Kondel, of Highland Lakes; can't keep his eyes off Claudia Cardin-Al.

Photos By Joe Gigli

(left) Cardinals #21 John Santor, looks over his bat as he takes a step out of the box. (right) Cardinals second baseman #11 Seth Davidson, keeps his eye on a pop fly to short right field.


Friday night August 17, 2001 in NY-Penn League action at Skylands Park, the New Jersey Cardinals beat the Vermont Expos (Class A Montreal Expos), 11-0, in front of 2,837 fans. The win improves the Cardinals mark to 25-33, while Vermont slipped to 21-37.

Righty starter Corey Mattison improved to 4-5 on the year, combining with reliever Josh Teekel to spin the 3-hit shutout. Mattison fired six innings of 2-hit ball, striking out three and walking none for the win. Teekel picked up his second save of the season with three scoreless innings of relief.

Matt Williams, Billy Schmitt and Seth Davidson paced the Cardinals attack with two hits apiece, while Williams and John Santor both knocked in two runs. Santo De Los Santos also added a double and a run scored in the win. John Nelson also had a base hit and a run scored, extending his current hitting streak to eight games.

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