Let's go over how it went down.
Game 1: W 5-4
Todd Redmond got the start and was sharp, throwing 6 innings giving up just 2 ER. Mickey Storey (pictured) threw 2 innings of 1 hit ball, striking out 3. John Stilson came on for the save and got it despite giving up 2 runs.
On offense, the mutli-hit games came from Anthony Gose (2-4), Jim Negrych (2-3, BB), and Moises Sierra (2-4, 2B). Andy LaRoche hit a HR and scored 2 runs in his return to Triple-A.
Game 2: L 2-0
Matt Pagnozzi (pictured) hit an 8th inning HR for the Braves that sealed the deal.
The Bisons only managed 3 hits themselves in this one. Gose hit a double and Jimenez stole a base, his 3rd.
Game 3: L 5-4
Ricky Romero got the start and continued his stretch of solid starts. He went 7 innings, allowing only an unearned run, while walking 3 with 7 hits. Joel Carreno let the Braves back in the game, allowing 2 runs in the 8th. John Stilson blew the save and took the loss, giving up a pair of runs in the 9th.
The big blows were a 2-run HR in the 8th by Joey Terdoslavich (pictured) and a 2-run single in the 9th by Todd Cunningham.
Anthony Gose was the only Bison with multiple hits. He was 2-4 with a double and a stolen base. Ryan Goins walked twice, going 0-2.
Game 4: L 3-2
Justin Germano had a solid start for the Herd, going 8 innings and giving up 3 runs. The big blow came in the 8th with an Ernesto Mejia (pictured) 2-run HR. Claudio Vargas pitched a clean 9th inning.
Multi-hit games from Mike McCoy (2-4), Luis Jimenez (2-4, 2B), and Moises Sierra (2-4, 2B). Ryan Goins had a 2-run single in a late rally in the 9th inning.
For the series, only 2 hitters had a "good" showing.
Moises Sierra (5-15, 1 BB, 2 RBI, 2 2B, 1 3B, 1-2 SB) and Anthony Gose (5-12, 1 BB, 2 2B, 1 SB).