Straight Os for Bruso |

Straight Os for Bruso

Tribune staff and Statesman Journal reports

In return for their showdown, Salem-Keizer’s Greg Bruso and Yakima’s Jared Doyle received a couple of no decisions.

Bruso, a 1998 South Tahoe High grad, pitched eight scoreless innings, allowing four hits. He struck out five and walked one in lowering his ERA from 1.82 to 1.48.

“We wanted him to come out of this feeling good,” Salem-Keizer manager Fred Stanley told the Statesman Journal Newspaper why he removed Bruso after eight innings with a pitch count below 100. “He had done his job and our relievers were ready.”

Doyle pitched six shutout innings to drop his league-leading ERA to 0.82.

Salem-Keizer won the game 1-0 on Derek Bell’s 11th-inning double.

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