Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Eddie's Farm: April 19

Oklahoma City

Round Rock only scored in two innings. Problem was, they were both 3-run innings, and the RedHawks drop, 6-2. Sergio Perez got the start, allowing all six runs in an 8H/6ER, 1K:1BB performance in 4IP. Fernando Rodriguez, Sergio Escalona, Gustavo Chacin, and Wesley Wright held the Express to 2H/0ER, 5K:3BB over the rest of the 5IP.

Tommy Manzella was 3x3 with a walk and two SBs, and Collin DeLome was 0x4, with 3Ks, but the lone RBI. Brian Bogusevic (BB, SB) and Robinson Cancel had the other two walks, while J.B. Shuck and Anderson Hernandez had the only other hits.

Man of the Match: Tommy Manzella

Corpus

Corpus trailed twice in the game, but rallied each time for a 5-3 win over NW Arkansas. Jonnathan Aristil threw 6.2IP, 6H/2ER, 6K:4BB, allowing two homers in the win, while Erick Abreu allowed a run in 1.1IP. David Carpenter got his second save with a perfect 9th inning.

Jimmy Van Ostrand was 2x3 with a double, RBI, and a walk; and Jimmy Paredes hit a two-run, two-out homer in the 3rd inning (and added 2SBs). Wlad Sutil was 1x5 (and is hitting .386/.438/.477 over his last ten games), and Federico Hernandez and J.D. Martinez offered up the other RBIs.

Man of the Match: Jimmy Paredes

Lancaster

The sound effect of the game was a "Boom!" Lancaster hit six homers in a 13-3 win over High Desert. More on that in a second. Robby Donovan got his first win of the season with 6IP, 3H/2ER, 9K:0BB; Zach Grimmett threw 2IP, 3H/1ER, 2K:1BB, and Jose Trinidad walked one and struck out one in the 9th inning.

Seven JetHawks had two hits each: Jay Austin (RBI), Jose Altuve (SB), Kody Hinze (2HR, 2RBI, BB), Jake Goebbert (2HR, 2RBI), Ben Heath (HR, 2RBI), Miguel Arrendell (RBI), and Grant Hogue (RBI). Austin Wates also popped a 3-run shot and added a walk for a 4RBI day. Goebbert and Hinze are tied atop the CAL League with five homers each, and eight of the JetHawks 13 runs were with two outs on the board.

Man of the Match: Goebbert and Hinze

Lexington

Tanner Bushue improved to 3-0 with a solid 2-0 win over Savannah. Bushue allowed 2H/0ER, 2K:2BB in 6IP to lower his ERA to 1.80, and Brian Streilein allowed two baserunners (1H, 1HBP) in 3IP to close it out.

Adam Bailey (currently leading the Adopt-A-Player poll) was 2x4, with Delino DeShields (SB), Chris Wallace, and Telvin Nash adding the other hits. Mike Kvasnicka had your lone RBI of the game.

Man of the Match: Tanner Bushue.

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