Isabel Giron wasn't real surprised at the way he handled the Capital City Bombers with relative ease.
"I got up this morning and had a good feeling about today's game," the Hagerstown Suns' pitcher said.
So, in Giron's mind, Saturday's five-hit, 6-0 victory at Municipal Stadium wasn't all that shocking. Especially when its compared to the prizes he won with the outing - a promotion and a one-way ticket to Knoxville, Tenn.
The Suns announced that Giron was promoted to the Double-A Knoxville Smokies of the Southern League after the game. He will switch places with right hander Joe Young, who will be returning to Hagerstown for his second stint with the Suns.
Giron (10-9) left Hagerstown in style by turning the tables on the Bombers. The right-hander stunned Capital City on five singles with 10 strikeouts in the 108-pitch complete game to equal Bombers starter Leoncio Estella, who held the Suns to five singles on Friday to take a 2-1 decision.