MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Workman fares better this time around

7/30/13: Boston, MA: Red Sox starting pitcher Brandon Workman gets high fives all around as he comes back to the dugout following getting the final out of the top of the sixth inning which would be his final frmae of the night. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Seattle Mariners in an MLB regular season baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff) section: sports topic: Mariners-Red Sox(1)

Bowie Hall of Honor pitcher Brandon Workman fared much better in his second rehabilitation stint with the Portland Sea Dogs.
The Sea Dogs are the Boston Red Sox Double-A affiliate.
Workman pitched three innings in an Aug. 22 game versus the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.
He allowed one earned run on two hits while striking out two. The earned run he allowed came on a home run.
New Hampshire eventually blanked Portland 4-0. The Sea Dogs are now 51-76 overall, last in the Eastern League’s Eastern Division.
Workman is 0-2 with a 6.14 earned-run average. He’s throw 14-2/3 innings, with 10 earned runs on 16 hits, 13 strikeouts and nine walks.
Workman graduated from Bowie High School in 2007, and eventually pitched a scoreless eighth inning in Game Six of the 2013 World Series – helping the Red Sox defeat the St. Louis Cardinals.
It’s unclear whether Workman will pitch at the major league level this year; however, the likelihood grows longer by the day.

Brandon Workman gave up just one run in three innings during a relief appearance on Aug. 22. (Photo courtesy Boston Red Sox media relations)