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Chiefs split doubleheader with Yankees

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SYRACUSE | Yunesky Maya is making a case that he could be ready for the big leagues again.

With five innings of three-hit baseball and a lone solo homer in the top of the first, he won the front end game of a doubleheader, 3-1, over the Scranton-Wilkes Barre Yankees on Sunday at Alliance Bank Stadium.

Mark Teahen drove in a pair with a single in the bottom of the third, while Jarrett Hoffpauir plated one with a ground out in the second.

The splits for Maya are solid this season: he leads the Chiefs in innings pitched with 145.2 in 24 starts. He has given up 127 hits, walked 34, and struck out 78 overall. His ERA is 3.52 and GO/AO ratio is 1.19.

In his last 10, Maya is 7-3 with a 3.32 ERA, 62.1 innings, 55 hits, 26 runs (23 ER), 15 walks and 35 strikeouts.

The Yankees took the nightcap, 1-0.

Corban Joseph, who hit a solo home run in both games, scored the lone run.

Mitch Atkins gave up four hits over three innings of work as he struck out three.

Audio Highlights: From @ChiefsRadio

Video Highlights: from - Game One, Game Two

Record, Standings: 60-63

Nationals Headline of the Day: Strasburg done for 2-3 starts

Next Game: Aug. 13 vs. Scranton-Wilkes Barre 7 p.m.

Line of the Day Game One: Mark Teahen, 1B - 1-for-3, R, 2 RBI

There wasn’t a lot on it, but Teahen’s single in the bottom of the third got the job done as two scored.

Carlos Rivero was 2-for-3 which raised his average to .310 with some recent moves around the league he leads the International League in hitting.

Line of the Day Game Two: Eury Perez, CF - 2-for-3, K, OF Assist

Even though he didn’t score for Syracuse, Perez ended up with a pair of singles in the loss.

Perez’s assist cut a Scranton run down at the plate.

Brown-watch: 1-for-3, R (Game One); DNP (Game Two)

Brown came around to scored on Teahen’s single in the opener, but then sat out the second game of the afternoon.

Ben Meyers can be reached at (315) 282-2557,, or on Twitter @CitizenMeyers


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