Sunday, May 15, 2011

Eddie's Farm: May 14

Oklahoma City (16-20)

OKC drops their 3rd straight game with a 2-1 loss to Salt Lake. Jordan Lyles' record is now 1-3, despite 7IP, 7H/2ER, 4K:0BB, and throwing 67 of his 107 pitches for strikes. David Carpenter allowed 2H/0ER, 0K:1BB, but did not record an out. Gustavo Chacin inherited that no out bases-loaded jam in the 8th, but got out of it without issue, and ended up walking one in 2IP.

Max Ramirez was 3x4 on the night, with Locke, Dopirak, Clemens and Shuck getting the other hits. Clemens had your RBI, and Shuck provided the only XBH of the night.

Man of the Match: Jordan Lyles

Corpus (12-23)

Corpus dropped their 9th straight game with an 11-2 loss at Frisco. Kyle Greenwalt allowed 7H/7ER, 2K:1BB in 4IP, while Arcenio Leon allowed 3H/3ER, 3K:1BB in 2IP. David Berner allowed 2H/1ER, 1K:1BB to send his ERA north of 10.00 (10.06).

The Hooks only got five hits - with Jeff Keppinger hitting a homer, Jon Gaston collecting a triple, and Jimmy Van Ostrand getting a double. Keppinger also drew a walk as the Hooks were 0x5 w/RISP.

Man of the Match: A guy on a rehab start can't get the MotM, so it goes to Jimmy Van Ostrand, who also drew a walk.

Lancaster (16-20)

Jose Cisnero was the man as Lancaster beat Lake Elsinore 5-1. Jose Cisnero allowed just 5H/0ER, 7K:2BB in 7.2IP. Wander Alvino walked one of the two batters he faced, and Kirk Clark gave up a solo homer in the 9th.

Jose Altuve (2B), Erik Castro, Jonathan Meyer (2B, RBI), and Grant Hogue (2B, 2RBI, SB) had two hits each, with Ben Heath getting a double and 2RBI. 7-8-9 hitters (Meyer, Heath, Hogue) went for a combined 5x11 with three doubles and 5RBI.

Man of the Match: Jose Cisnero

Lexington (17-19)

Asheville had the lead twice (3-0, 4-3) before Lexington rallied for a 5-4 win. Carlos Quevedo had a weird game. He allowed 8H/4ER - all of his earned runs came off of solo homers - but with 13K:0BB in 6IP. So yes, of the 26 batters Quevedo faced, he struck out half of them. Garrett Bullock made his Lexington debut (more on that in the next post), walking two in 0.2IP, and Brian Streilein improved to 3-0, getting the win with 0H/0ER, 4K:1BB in 2.1IP.

Emilio King was 3x4, Adam Bailey was 2x4 (RBI), and Jiovanni Mier was 1x4 with a homer and 2RBI. Tyler Burnett was 0x2, but with 2BB.

Man of the Match: Carlos Quevedo, whose K:BB ratio is now 18.00 (36K:2BB) on the season.

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