Monday, August 23, 2010

Eddie's Farm: August 22

Round Rock

Dah! I hate it when Oklahoma City beats Round Rock, because then The Oklahoman tickles themselves with feathers and cackles with glee. Round Rock loses 4-2. Josh Banks threw 7IP, 5H/3ER, 5K:0BB, 2HR, WP, and Sergio Perez allowed 2H/1ER, 0K:1BB in 2IP. Drew Locke was 2x3 with a walk and his 17th homer of the year. Oswaldo Navarro and Collin DeLome had a double each.

Man of the Match: Drew Locke

Corpus

That's more like it. Corpus rolls all over Arkansas, 10-2. Erick Abreu threw 7IP, 6H/0ER, 5K:1BB; Arcenio Leon allowed a hit, 2K:3BB, and 2ER in 1IP, and Jailen Peguero allowed a hit in 1IP. David Cook carried the big bat, with a 4x5 day that included two solo homers. Mike Affronti was 3x5 with 4RBI, and Albert Cartwright and Freddy Parejo had two hits each. J.D. Martinez was 1x4 with a walk, and Koby Clemens was 0x3 with 2BB. Jon Gaston hit his 11th homer of the year.

Man of the Match: David Cook

Lancaster

Lancaster jumped on High Desert early for a 13-7 win. Pat Urckfitz threw 5IP, 8H/2ER, 6K:1BB; Kyle Godfrey walked two, threw one wild pitch, and allowed two unearned runs; Brian Wabick threw two scoreless innings, and David Berner gave up 4H/3ER, 2K:1BB in 1IP.
Brandon Barnes was 3x6 with a double and 2HR (his 26th and 27th), driving in four runs, and getting an outfield assist. Jose Altuve was 3x5 with an RBI; Bryce Lane was 2x4 with a double, homer, and 3RBI. Jay Austin was 2x3 with a triple.

Man of the Match: Brandon Barnes

Lexington

Though it was close for most of the game, Lexington never trailed, beating Augusta 8-2. Tanner Bushue allowed 3H/0ER, 4K:2BB in 6IP; Brad Dydalewicz allowed 4H/1R (0ER) in 2IP, and Dan Sarisky allowed 2H/1ER, 1K:1BB in 1IP. Our Boy Aaron Bray was 2x5 with a double and 3RBI, Jiovanni Mier was 2x3 with 2BB and an RBI, Jonathan Meyer was 2x4 with a walk and an RBI, and Renzo Tello was 2x4.

Man of the Match: Our Boy Aaron Bray

Tri-City

Cancelled - rain

Greeneville

The Gastros rode a 4-run 3rd inning for a 5-2 win over Princeton. Ruben Alaniz allowed 4H/1ER, 5K:0BB; Paul Gerrish allowed three hits and an unearned run 0.1IP; Ryan Cole struck out five in 2.2IP, and Brian Streilein allowed a hit in 1IP. Telvin Nash was 1x4 with a two-run double, Roberto Pena added an RBI, and Delino DeShields was 1x4 with a double and 3Ks.

Man of the Match: Ruben Alaniz.

1 comment:

John Bateman said...

Drew Locke, after a terrible start, has really done well since. He has passed Bogusevic in average and is closing the gap in OBP. Quite a few more RBI in 40 fewer at bats. Higher OPS and more extra base hits. However Bogusevic is more likely to be up to majors next. Astros can't use age as an excuse since he is just a year older than Bogusevic and a year younger than Bourgeois. Bourgeois has been unimpressive, Michaels is below average and Lee is one big roadblock for all the outfielders. Shuck is young and has looked good so far and the guy at AA looks good as well. Bourn will start the season next year as centerfielder and I would love to see him bounce back but he is doing a pretty good Willy Taveras act right now.