Andrew Carraway pitching for the Jackson Generals (Photo courtesy Jackson Generals/MilLB.com)
Andrew Carraway (Saratoga 2006) looks on outings like Tuesday night's (Apr. 10) as learning opportunities, but not just for himself.
Carraway allowed a run on two hits over seven innings and retired 20 straight batters as Jackson defeated Tennessee, 5-1.
Carraway, who struck out four, got in and out of trouble early. The 25-year-old right-hander gave up a leadoff homer to James Adduci and an one-out double to Jae-Hoon Ha in the first inning before settling in. The Smokies did not get another baserunner until Logan Watkins walked with two outs in the ninth against Brian Moran.
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Andrew Carraway, a 12th-round pick of the Seattle Mariners in the 2009 Major League Baseball draft, pitched for the Oneonta Outlaws in 2006 when they were known as the Saratoga Phillies. Carraway's best outing came against current Cleveland Indians prospect Cord Phelps and the Amsterdam Mohawks. The University of Virginia hurler tossed a two-hit shutout over five innings and struck out five. Carraway added a seven-strikeout performance over four innings in a game against Watertown.